Bertram & Son mahogany english bookcase

Beautiful English library from the 19th century.
Two bodies, corner and mahogany, it opens with solid doors at the bottom and glazed in the upper part.
Stamped Bertram & Son (circa 1830, in London).

Data sheet

Height7.2 ft
Width5.1 ft
Depth1.7 ft
Length8 ft

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Very beautiful corner bookcase in mahogany, with two bodies and on plinth.
It opens at the bottom left with two double doors, a door in the corner and a double door on the right.
Each door has five panels with molded frames and are separated by uprights decorated with fine grooves and carved rosettes. The whole is surmounted by a tray with a facade carved with wolf teeth as well as grooves.
The upper part is composed in the same way, but has three-pane doors, separated by molded crossbars.
Mahogany shelves, molded field; the backs are also mahogany.
A ledge with a tray similar to the lower tray tops it all.
19th century english work (mid-Victorian period)
It is stamped BERTRAM & SON - DEAN St OXFORD St.

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