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A majestic 19th century French Bibliothèque, of very tall and slender proportions.  

Demonstrating a pair of glazed upper doors, retaining their original glass above a pair of panelled doors.  Featuring well-executed Faux Bois in the form of rosewood.  Faux Bois was a popular technique used in 19th century France and England, as exotic wood species such as rosewood and mahogany, were difficult to import and could often be quite costly.  


A magnificent bookcase of very tall and slender proportions that would grace any interior well.  


Height - 278cm 

Width - 126cm 

Depth - 28cm 




A Tall 19th C Faux Bois Rosewood French Glazed Bibliothèque - Bookcase Cabinet

  • Height - 278 cm

    Width - 126 cm

    Depth - 28 cm

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