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A superb solid oak bookcase dating from around the turn of the century to the 1920’s and very much of the Arts & Crafts influence (1880-1920 in the UK) . The weight and colour of the oak, together quality of carpentry show the overall quality of this piece. It has some nice details setting apart from the rest too. Very attractively designed and well produced feet, together with pegged shelf end stays set the design detail. This reflects both the quality of carpentry and craftsmanship, together with the Arts & Crafts design elements. It was hand made by James Phillips & Sons of Union Street Bristol (1877-1973). They were a well known family run business of quality carpenters, created by James Phillips as a one man company. Their mahogany dining tables now fetch £2000-£4000 regularly.
Perfectly sized to accommodate in most homes and will fit in to contemporary, traditional or Scandi hygge/minimalist themes. Just style with your own personal taste. The shelves are set at fixed but graduating heights.
Beautiful classic design and flexible storage options.
122.5cm High (to top of upright), 120.5cm Max Width (including protrusions at the ends), 22.5cm Deep (33cm to front of feet)