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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "An extremely, rare, narrow, late-17th/early-18th century, oak, bureau bookcase with unusual features"
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In two parts. The top section has an ogee moulded cornice above a pair of fielded, panelled doors which open to reveal the bookcase with fitted shelves. The bottom section has a fall front opening to reveal a bureau fitted with pigeon holes and drawers and a well. The frieze is fitted with lopers above a panelled section with a pair of fielded, panelled doors below. They open to reveal fitted drawers above two cupboards. The sides are characteristically plain. The ironware is original, and the brassware is replaced. Standing on front bun feet and back stile feet. Excellent original colour and patina. English, 1675-1725.
Height 202 cm., 79½ in., Length 84 cm., 33 in., Depth 61 cm., 24 in.
|Height||202.00 cm||(79.53 inches)|
|Width||84.00 cm||(33.07 inches)|
|Depth||61.00 cm||(24.02 inches)|
Mailing address: Bartons Lodge