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19th Century Mahogany Early Victorian Two-Piece Bureau Bookcase

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An 1860 early Victorian mahogany two-piece bureau bookcase. This is a mixed wood piece with the front in burled mahogany and sides and secondary wood as ash. It has double glass doors on top with fret work in the top corners. There are four shelves that are adjustable with handcrafted notches and slats at 1’ intervals. The top cabinet cornice is adorned with beadwork trim and crown molding. The top has a skeleton lock and brass lined keyhole. There are carved oak leaf embellished locks, and beadwork in a Gothic design at the top of both corners. The lower cabinet has a drop down writing surface that is felt covered. There are eleven pigeonholes and one drawer in the bureau section. There are three lower drawers with turned drawer pulls. The front of the lower section drawers are quarter veneered. On the front corners of the lower section are carved spindles.

  • This is a very large and heavy piece of furniture. Please bring ample assistance, furniture pads and a furniture dolly for removal. Item is not available for transfer to any EBTH warehouse. Item must be picked up locally by winning bidder during the published pickup times.


The cabinet is in very good antique condition, in its original finish with nice patina.


44.0" W x 88.0" H x 20.0" D

upper section is 12 D x 47 H x 41 W. The lower is 44 W x 41 H x 20 D.

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