A gorgeous Louis XVI style three door bookcase in golden oak and glass, French circa 1900. Paneled construction in luscious, red-toned golden oak with delicate relief carvings and multipaned, beveled glass windows in each of the three doors. The plinth base and top are molded, the corners are curved with carved molding. Relief carved rose and floral swag with Louis XVI ribbon detail adorns the lower panel on the center door. The two side doors are graced by single rose branches. Between the doors are dividers with carved marquise and dot motif extending from a half sunflower. At the outer corners there are carved rose boughs, also stemming from partial sunflowers. The brass hardware consists of molded handles with foliate bottoms and floral top escutcheons. Each separate compartment has three adjustable shelves. The side compartments have 17" interior width with a 12.5" door opening. The center has 26" width with a 22.5" door opening, all compartments are 14" deep.
Condition: Good condition. Some nicks and dents, a little age discoloration, all typical for its age and use.
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