Offered by: Alain Michel Antiques
Rue Henri Wafelaerts 41 Brussels 1060 , Belgium Call Seller 025378204

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A Set Of 4 Globe Wernicke Bookcases In Mahogany-19th Century

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  • Description
    Elegant set of four large Globe Wernicke London mahogany bookcases from the end of the 19th century - Early 20th century from England which have two lower advanced part (the two lower elements are deeper) as well as a drawer in their base

    The four bookcases are made up of 6 elements. It is rare to find such a beautiful set that looks stunning when placed side by side.

    The bookcases can be left together and form a large bookcase or separately or two by two etc.

    The bookcases are made of mahogany and are composed of a molded base and top and 6 glazed elements

    The windows slide inside the bookcases and have of brass handles

    They can be used as bookcases or display cabinet

    in perfect condition and very beautiful patina

    The bookcases match perfectly into an old or contemporary interior
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: mahogany
    Condition: Good.
    Styles / Movements: Aesthetic Movement, Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 709757
  • Dimensions
    W. 136.61 in; H. 84.25 in; D. 12.6 in;
    W. 347 cm; H. 214 cm; D. 32 cm;
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