a superb pair of chippendale style mahogany open bookcases book shelves dating from 1900

A Superb Pair of Chippendale Style Mahogany Open Bookcases, Book Shelves dating from 1900


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

NZ55

Description

A Superb Pair of Chippendale Style Mahogany Open Bookcases, Book Shelves dating from 1900
These are fine quality pieces built in mahogany, the shelves can be adjusted and the underside of each of the open bookshelves is arcaded with Dark Blue leather tooled in Gold
The shelves have moulded front edges, and are 10” deep and 26” wide
The Bookcases are in very good condition, sound and handsome, they are 30” wide, 35” high and 13” deep
NZ55
We Give Free Delivery to Mainland England & Wales, to see all of our current stock please visit our web site at www.elmgarden.co.uk Delivery times vary from 7 to 28 days
NZ55
We Give Free Delivery to Mainland England & Wales,
Delivery times vary according to your location usually 7 to 28 days
We only operate an online store and regrettably viewing in person is not an option. In the unlikely event you wish to return an item you should contact us immediately. We will then arrange for you to return it to us at the buyer's expense, the item must be returned back with us in the same condition as it left and a full refund will be issued  there may be a small surcharge to Scotland please enquire tudl183@me.com
Our Courier service is a 'One Man Kerbside' service. The driver will gladly provide extra assistance where necessary but may also require additional assistance if the item is bulky and/or heavy. Insurance is provided from door to door
Please note that items collected by parties other than our own appointed courier will not qualify for our returns policy
For shipping further a field we offer help and assistance to your own courier, or we can recommend couriers to most parts of the world
Internal Ref: NZ55



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