Unusual Edwardian bookcase, circa 1910. Glazed two-door top over a considerably wider two-door cupboard base. Despite unusual proportions it is not a marriage note how the reeded detail beside the doors is repeated in the base. Possibly originally made for commercial or office use rather than a domestic piece with the wider base affording a useful bit of counter space. Lots of unusual detail here mirrored sides presumably to reflect lamp light, a shaped front profile to the bookcase top (bowing out as it rises), bobbin turned spindles to the cornice repeated as supports in a recess between the top and base, also with mirrored panels and geometic panelled doors to the base. With a maker’s label for the Liverpool company Drury & Hobrough. Presented here in good solid but unrestored condition.
Dimensions: Width 56″, depth 21″, height 90″.
WIDTH: 56 in | HEIGHT: 90 in | DEPTH: 21 in
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CONDITION: normal wear with age