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).
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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.