Three-door bookcase, France,
second half of the nineteenth century.
The cabinet, excellent proportions,
has three doors closed by a wooden panel in the lower part and glass in the upper part.
Below two large retractable drawers
The mahogany exterior has a glossy finish
and the reddish color typical of this wood.
The interior, veneered in oak, is divided into two parts
by an upright placed between the second and third door.
In both compartments four comfortable shelves
mounted on ladders and easily adjustable in height.
The indicated width includes the upper frame.
the measure of the body only, excluding the frame is 180 cm.
The internal depth is 40 cm.
Completely demountable and therefore easy to place even in difficult to access environments.
Internally restored and polished with shellac
and externally with wax finish.