An early 19th century Georgian mahogany dwarf cabinet bookcase.
The cabinet top has a pair of doors, inside is a single adjustable shelf and the very top has a low gallery with ebony line inlay.
The bookcase is decorated with ebony reeding to the glazed cupboard doors and edges.
The cupboard base has an oak lined drawer with oval brass handles and ebony bead detail.
The pair of cupboard doors have a central figured mahogany front bordered by a reeded ebony moulding and opens to two adjustable shelves with a reeded front edge.
The bookcase sits on turned tapering short legs, is made from very good quality mahogany and is in good original condition. (Circa 1810)
Height 155cm (61 inches)
Width 75cm (29.5 inches)
Depth 41cm (16.1 inches)