6388 - Antique 1800's Library Bookcase / Display Cabinet – St Anne Marble Top

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A superb piece, this beautiful library bookcase features;

  • mahogany timber & mahogany timber veneer construction
  • circa 1840 – 1845
  • original hand-made glass
  • in-set St Anne marble top (removable)
  • 2 glazed display doors with blind bases
  • angled front-facing corners
  • complete & matching ornate brass escutcheons
  • 1 lock, 1 key
  • splayed bracket feet
  • angled legs
  • certificate of authenticity; French, 1840-1845

Condition overview; in good condition, relative to its age, it is a beautifully hand-crafted piece.  There are no chips or cracks in the marble or glass.  As to be expected on a well-used piece of this vintage, it displays a number of general wear, knock and surface marks.  Over the years there have been repairs made, including to the gallery and the veneer, however none detract from the aesthetics of the piece.

Dimensions; 930mm wide x 405mm deep x 1460mm high.  Internal cabinet depth; 325mm deep

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