Bookcases began as built-in cupboards for medieval, handwritten books but eventually became ornate and freestanding. The poem “Shake, Mulleary and Go-ethe” captures the joy of owning beautiful book storage:
I have a bookcase which is what
Many much better men have not
There are no books inside, for books
I am afraid might spoil its looks, etc.
—H. C. Bunner, American novelist and poet
Cherry Media Entertainment Cabinet
With a gorgeous cherry finish, this cabinet was finely constructed from top-grade kiln-dried solid mahogany. It has double hinged doors that fold to the side to reveal TV or other entertainment device. There are hand-painted gold foliage and floral accents as well as antiqued brass hardware, all in the colonial style.
Cherry 20-Tier 10.5-ft Open Wall Bookcase
This stunning bookcase was hand-crafted using Old World techniques and solid mahogany construction. It has a cherry NC finish, 20 shelves (16 adjustable), 4 light sockets on top shelves, fluted accents, and tongue-and-groove joinery, all in the traditional style.
Solid Mahogany Espresso Bookcase Display Cabinet
Featuring an espresso finish and kiln-dried solid mahogany, this exquisite display cabinet makes an ideal bookcase. In the traditional style, it has 2 cabinets with 4 beveled-glass sliding doors, recessed-antiqued brass handles, and 2 removable shelves. There is also a bottom cabinet with paneled sliding doors and a plinth base. It breaks down into 2 sections.
Mahogany Barrister Stacking Bookcase with Leaded Glass
This eye-catching piece boasts complete mahogany construction. Crafted by hand, it has 5 shelves with glass doors (top glass door leaded with diamond design), antiqued brass hardware, and 5 sections that stack on top of each other.
Antique c. 1800 Oak Cross-banded Hanging Corner Cabinet
An absolutely unique piece, this corner cabinet is antique oak, cross-banded, and paneled. Quite unusually, it has an inlaid oval in the door’s center that depicts an effigy of Brittania seated with a British Union Flag and holding a laurel branch.
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