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Antique French Cherrywood Louis Philippe Bibliotheque Bookcase circa 1850

Antique French Cherrywood Louis Philippe Bibliotheque Bookcase circa 1850

Napoleon III Period Burl Walnut Bibliotheque, France Circa 1870 | From a unique collection of antique and modern bookcases at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/bookcases/

Napoleon III Period Burl Walnut Bibliotheque, France Circa 1870

Napoleon III Period Burl Walnut Bibliotheque, France Circa 1870 | From a unique collection of antique and modern bookcases at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/bookcases/

A handsome pale oak bibliothèque of breakfront form from France c. 1885 possessing the original antique glass doors and standing on bracket feet. Please notice the subtle manner employed by the designer of this bookcase to enhance its elegant tall appearance. The proportion of the cabinet doors on the top and bottom with their simple rectangular panels, are unbroken by any horizontal line. The pair of cabinet doors in the base each feature a raised panel with a moulded edge and are set…

A handsome pale oak bibliothèque of breakfront form from France c. 1885 possessing the original antique glass doors and standing on bracket feet. Please notice the subtle manner employed by the designer of this bookcase to enhance its elegant tall appearance. The proportion of the cabinet doors on the top and bottom with their simple rectangular panels, are unbroken by any horizontal line. The pair of cabinet doors in the base each feature a raised panel with a moulded edge and are set…

Antique French Louis XV/Louis XVI Transitional Period Cherrywood Buffet Bas d’Armoire circa 1775

Antique French Louis XV/Louis XVI Transitional Period Cherrywood Buffet Bas d’Armoire circa 1775

A William IV period walnut bookcase/display cabinet with a brass gallery from England c. 1835. This lovely piece has an unusually shallow depth as it was originally designed and constructed for an interior where space was at a premium but a cabinet with a handsome presence was both desirable and necessary. The outstanding feature of this cabinet is the use on the left and right of a fully turned column of solid walnut. Not only is each column constructed from a solid block of walnut but ...

A William IV period walnut bookcase/display cabinet with a brass gallery from England c. 1835. This lovely piece has an unusually shallow depth as it was originally designed and constructed for an interior where space was at a premium but a cabinet with a handsome presence was both desirable and necessary. The outstanding feature of this cabinet is the use on the left and right of a fully turned column of solid walnut. Not only is each column constructed from a solid block of walnut but ...

Empire style walnut vitrine having ebonized columns, Austria c.1890 | From a unique collection of antique and modern vitrines at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/vitrines/

Empire style walnut vitrine having ebonized columns, Austria c.1890

Empire style walnut vitrine having ebonized columns, Austria c.1890 | From a unique collection of antique and modern vitrines at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/vitrines/

George III Style English Mahogany Breakfront Crossbanded with Rosewood  $15k

George III Style English Mahogany Breakfront Crossbanded with Rosewood $15k

Antique French Painted Enfilade Buffet circa 1770

Antique French Painted Enfilade Buffet circa 1770

Pine Cabinet, Two Doors, Lower Drawer, Austria c.1875. This handsome pine cabinet was originally conceived and constructed to provide safe and secure storage. The cabinet door on the right is opened with a key while the left door is latched with vertical slides. Once the right door is locked and the key removed the doors and drawer remain inaccessible. While the lower drawer appears to be easily opened because of the pair of iron knobs it is actually secured by the lower edge of the two…

Pine Cabinet, Two Doors, Lower Drawer, Austria c.1875. This handsome pine cabinet was originally conceived and constructed to provide safe and secure storage. The cabinet door on the right is opened with a key while the left door is latched with vertical slides. Once the right door is locked and the key removed the doors and drawer remain inaccessible. While the lower drawer appears to be easily opened because of the pair of iron knobs it is actually secured by the lower edge of the two…

Antique George III English Painted Cabinet Bookcase, circa 1820 | From a unique collection of antique and modern bookcases at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/bookcases/

Antique George III English Painted Cabinet Bookcase, circa 1820

Antique George III English Painted Cabinet Bookcase, circa 1820 | From a unique collection of antique and modern bookcases at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/bookcases/

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