Circa 1890, neat-sized oak break-front bookcase. With three enclosed compartments to the top and base, each with quarter-cut figured oak doors with brass drop handles. The upper section has three adjustable shelves in each side and 3 fixed shelves in the central section and the deeper lower section has two adjustable shelves. The bookcase is from the late 1800’s but shows the quality craftsmanship of the Arts and Crafts movement, especially seen in the scalloped moulding of the doors. Could also make an attractive kitchen cabinet.
- Size 200 cm high x 177 cm wide x 47 cm deep