18th Century Library Bookcase

18th Century Library Bookcase

In the manner of THOMAS SHERATON (c.1751-1806)
18th Century Library Bookcase

Date & Origin c. 1790, England
Dimensions
H
227 cm (89 inc)
W
245 cm (96 inc)
D
58.50 cm (23 inc)
Description
A Fine and Elegant Breakfront Library Bookcase in the Sheraton Manner

In Honduras mahogany with delicate and restrained inlay in satinwood, the lower cupboards, have inlaid ellipsis with anthemion quadrants; rising from a plinth base, the glazed upper section has intertwined lancet astragals, and is surmounted by a tracery pierced swan necked pediment, centred with a fan roundel and, to the sides, extensive satinwood banding.

Circa 1790
Medium
mahogany, satinwood, glass
Condition
excellent
Stock Code 7444
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
227 cm (89 inc)
W
245 cm (96 inc)
D
58.50 cm (23 inc)
Description
A Fine and Elegant Breakfront Library Bookcase in the Sheraton Manner

In Honduras mahogany with delicate and restrained inlay in satinwood, the lower cupboards, have inlaid ellipsis with anthemion quadrants; rising from a plinth base, the glazed upper section has intertwined lancet astragals, and is surmounted by a tracery pierced swan necked pediment, centred with a fan roundel and, to the sides, extensive satinwood banding.

Circa 1790
Stock Code 7444

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