Cabinets and Bookcases

A 19th century rosewood inlaid pedestal display cabinet

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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.

Edwardian Vitrine Cabinet

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This pretty piece of furniture was made in about 1890.
It is mahogany cross-banded in satinwood and lined in yellow silk.

Vernis Martin Sedan Vitrine

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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

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

Walnut Open Bookcase

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

Victorian Two Door Pier Cabinet

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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

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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

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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

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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.