Cabinets and Bookcases

A 19th century rosewood inlaid pedestal display cabinet


This 19th century rosewood display cabinet has a pedestal top above an inlaid frieze with cherubs suspending a basket of fruit, it is inlaid on the front and sides with a plain back.

Vernis Martin Sedan Vitrine


This elegant and unusual piece, a display cabinet in the form of a sedan chair, was made in France in about 1870.

Walnut Corner Cabinet


This Queen Anne style corner cabinet in walnut was made at the start of 20th century.

Walnut Open Bookcase


This simple and elegant open bookcase is Victorian, C.1850.

Victorian Two Door Pier Cabinet


This handsome two-door cabinet was made in England C.1860.
It is walnut and burr walnut, with decorative inlay in boxwood to the doors and flanking ends, which are shaped.

Mahogany Open Bookcase


This simple elegant open bookcase is Victorian, C.1850.
Of breakfront form, it presents three shelves beneath a straight cornice and it stands on a shallow plinth.

Price: £1,800.

Edwardian Mahogany Cabinet


This tall elegant display cabinet is English, C.1890.
In the Georgian style, with its thirteen-pane astragal glazing and its ball-and-claw feet, it has two doors beneath a straight dental cornice.

Edwardian Mahogany Cabinet


This nicely shaped single-door cabinet is Edwardian, C.1890.
It is mahogany, with satinwood and boxwood inlay and its interior is newly lined in silk.

Edwardian Satinwood Corner Cabinet


This attractive corner cabinet of curved outline is Edwardian, C.1890.
It is very high quality satinwood with fine marquetry and pen-work.