Circa 1880, George III style mahogany four door break front cabinet bookcase. The bookcase has a classical Georgian style cornice with a flame mahogany panel. On the top there are 4 glazed doors with very stylish geometric astragal glazing. Inside on the right section there are 3 adjustable shelves with a moulded front edge which is polished. The double centre section has 2 adjustable shelves and on the left side there are 3 adjustable shelves again. The inside of the bookcase is also polished. Between the 2 centre doors is a stylish brass bezel. Beneath the doors there is a flat section with a moulded edge. At the bottom there are 4 panelled doors, each with flame mahogany panels and beaded with a canted corners. The brass bezel on the centre doors occurs again. Inside each section is a single shelf. Beneath the bottom 4 doors there is a double ogee moulding and the whole piece stands on an enclosed plinth. The bookcase is a neat size, good colour.
- 232cm high x approximately 210cm wide x 56cm deep.