A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany glazed bookcase.
This bookcase consists of a cornice with shaped moulding with two astragal glazed doors below.
The doors consist of ebonised paterae to each corner with ebonised beading to the door, the doors open up to reveal an interior with three adjustable shelves.
The base section consists of two doors each with fine quality curl mahogany panels with paterae in each corner with ebonised beading to the door.
At each side are carved trusses of acanthus design and the cupboard doors open up to reveal one shelf inside.
The bookcase stands on turned feet, the front feet having gadrooned decoration.
This piece is in very good condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home or office.