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Arts & Crafts-style Mahogany Bookshelf c. 1950 : Lot 236

Arts & Crafts-style Mahogany Bookshelf c. 1950 : Lot 236

Arts & Crafts china cabinet, two-door form with leaded glass panels at top, refinished, replaced back, 44"w x 15.5"d x 58.5"h, very good condition

Arts & Crafts china cabinet, two-door form with leaded glass panels at top, refinished, replaced back, 44"w x 15.5"d x 58.5"h, very good condition

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No.5 | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No.5

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No.5 | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity

LIMBERT: Early two-door bookcase (no. 334 1/2) with leaded glass doors and eight adjustable shelves, ca. 1905. (Extremely rare, one of the only ones we've seen.) Stamped 334, marked in ink 334 1/2. On casters: 56" x 42" x 14"

LIMBERT: Early two-door bookcase (no. 334 1/2) with leaded glass doors and eight adjustable shelves, ca. 1905. (Extremely rare, one of the only ones we've seen.) Stamped 334, marked in ink 334 1/2. On casters: 56" x 42" x 14"

Arts & Crafts Leaded Art Glass Two-door Birch Bookcase, the interior with later fittings for four adjustable shelves, ht. 57 1/2, wd. 42, dp. 14 in. Sold for $325.

Arts & Crafts Leaded Art Glass Two-door Birch Bookcase, the interior with later fittings for four adjustable shelves, ht. 57 1/2, wd. 42, dp. 14 in. Sold for $325.

2 Victorian Vintage Art Deco Peacock feather BOOKEND book ends decor statue pair

2 Victorian Vintage Art Deco Peacock feather BOOKEND book ends decor statue pair

Peacock Bookends Jewel-tone greens and golds glimmer against deepest tones of mahogany; intricate filigree borders and majestic peacocks recall the renowned artistry of the Art Nouveau period. A stunning addition to your library!

LX_44 Liberty & Co. Arts & Crafts 2 door bookcase in oak with leaded glazed doors and copper handles.  Liberty & Co. Circa 1900.

LX_44 Liberty & Co. Arts & Crafts 2 door bookcase in oak with leaded glazed doors and copper handles. Liberty & Co. Circa 1900.

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