Item no. 1210 / Romweber

Romweber French Neoclassical Mahogany and Burl Wood Bubble Glass Breakfront Bookcase Cabinet, Circa 1930s


An outstanding French Neoclassical or Louis XVI style bubble glass breakfront bookcase cabinet or dining cabinet

By Romweber

USA, Circa 1930s

Gorgeous book-matched flame mahogany, with burled olive wood, inlaid satinwood marquetry and Greek key design, gold gilt details, mullioned bubble glass front doors, and original brass hardware. Upper cabinet locks, and key is included.

Measures: 51.38″W x 14″D x 82″H.

Very good original vintage condition.

Circa 1930s
Brass, Burlwood, Glass, Mahogany, Satinwood
Very Good
Condition Notes
Very good original vintage condition. Minor surface wear expected from age and use. Shows beautifully.

1 in stock

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