BOOKCASES / BOOKSHELVES
Edwardian Oak Revolving Bookshelves With Book Rest c.1900
These revolving bookshelves are still the most desirable pieces of furniture, gentlemen young and old love them. This solid oak example is in remarkable original condition. It has an amazing capacity to hold numerous books or journals and has an added adjustable book rest for 'lazy' readers
Length: 54cm Depth: 54cm Height: 105cm
Art Nouveau Vestry Cabinet or Bookshelves c.1900
This unique piece was originally a church vestry cabinet made to hold the prayer books. It is solid maple and very slim and tall (requiring a stabilizing point). Its beautiful Art Nouveau elements and removable shelves make it ideal for use as an open display case or for storage of small books, DVDs or CDs.
Length: 71 cm (84 cm at top) Depth: 15 cm Height: 192 cm
Edwardian Oak Bureau Bookcase c.1910
This wonderful Edwardian solid oak piece was made by noted British maker, Harris Lebus and features decorative filigree on the two glass doors. The top bookcase has three adjustable shelves, while the lower section combines a fully fitted fall front bureau with a chest of three strong drawers. It dismantles into two sections for ease of relocation and is in excellent original condition. This piece is desirably sized for those awkward nooks found in most heritage homes, particularly next to fireplaces, or as a feature in a more contemporary house.
Length: 97 cm Depth: 40 cm Height: 211 cm
Late Victorian Elevated Bureau Bookcase c.1895
This attractive late Victorian piece is in outstanding condition. Its dark stained pine is French polished with a near perfect glow. It is desirably small with a glazed two door bookcase above a fitted fall front bureau. There is a long drawer and a solid two door cabinet. The handles and glass are original and there are three working locks. It is in two manageable pieces for easy transportation. This exceptional piece is signed by its proud original owner and was obviously made by a superior
Length: 80 cm Depth: 38.5 cm Height: 191 cm