Circa 1870, Victorian oak open bookcase, the top with ogee moulding and stylish apron beneath above two open sections each with three adjustable shelves. There is a stylish section in the middle with moulding on each side and at the ends there are two flat plasters. Beneath the top section there is a small moulding, on which the top section sits, and a small breakfront section with a flat fore edge. At the base, there are three solid panelled doors. Inside the right hand section there are two shelves, and in the left-hand double section there are also two shelves, all with oak veneered facings. The panels on the doors are framed, and beneath this there’s a small ogee moulding and the whole bookcase stands on an enclosed plinth. The bookcase is clean and sturdy.
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