Edwardian mahogany bookcase revolving on a base
This Edwardian mahogany bookcase, revolving on a base was first made circa 1910.
The bookcase of square form, revolves so that all four sides can be viewed easily when you wish to choose a book to read.
The bookcase stands on a cross section base with castors under.
There are many places to use this around the home, they are not only very practical but also very attractive once they are filled with books.
Imagine how many books this would store!
The solid mahogany top with a moulded edge, above the 8 shelves that have slats running down the sides, that make the bookcase look stylish.
86.5cms high (34ins)
Delivery UK mainland £75+vat
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