Circa 1900, large Edwardian oak square revolving bookcase. The square top is in quarter sawn oak and has a raised beading around it, with fore edges in reeded sections of oak. The bookcase has 3 tiers, with each in sections which are separated by rectangular uprights with canted corners, and held in place by brass screws. There are 4 straps at the end of each of the divisions. With a cruciform base with rounded corners and finishing on a brass clasp and brown porcelain castors. The bookcase is clean and it retains its original colour and patination.
- 115 cm high x 60 cm wide x 60 cm deep.