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A very stylish late 19th Century Victorian glazed dresser / bookcase in original mahogany finish. It dates from around 1880 to 1900 and has original cabinetry, glass, wooden handles, lock and key. This came from a private Client home in Amersham, Buckinghamshire where it lived form new, owned by the same family in the same house. We fully cleaned the whole exterior then repainted the top internal section with Farrow & Ball Wevet colour paint. This has given the piece the mix of antique, rustic and contemporary. It is very stylish, subtle in design and very flexible in the colours – to match a vast array of room palletes. The colour is superb having aged beautifully over the last 120 years+. There is one small old repair to the left hand side of the top section. Please see the photograph. Clearly a professional repair (approx 5cm x 4cm) but there is colour variation to the wood.
We think it would also make a fantastic and individual kitchen / diner cabinet or a bookcase/ dresser. The piece splits in to two sections for ease of transportation and siting. The bookcase stands at 240cm tall so please check your ceiling heights carefully before purchasing. This is an impressive size that will certainly commands lots of attention.
Superb original antique chic charm with a very contemporary slant.
Dimensions: 240cm High, 121cm Max Width, 55.5cm Max Depth (bottom), 28cm Max Depth top section (at the top cornice)
Max internal storage within the bottom section: 40.5cm
Max internal storage within the top section: 22cm
Delivery requires a dedicated two man service and will be to ground floor only.