French Louis-Philippe 19th Century Two Part Bookcase with Blown Glass Doors

A French Louis-Philippe walnut two-part bookcase from the 19th century with blown glass doors and three wooden doors. Created in France during the mid-19th century under the reign of King Louis-Philippe, this walnut two-part bookcase epitomizes elegance and refined craftsmanship. The upper section, narrower in depth, features three doors adorned with very pretty and authentic wavy blown glass panels. These doors open to reveal spacious inner shelves, perfect for displaying books or cherished collectibles. The doors are separated by narrow vertical cartouches, reminiscent of pilasters, each topped with delicate acanthus leaf clasps, adding a touch of classical sophistication to the piece. The lower section, deeper and more robust, showcases three wooden doors with molded accents, that provide ample storage space. The rich walnut patina enhances the natural beauty of the wood, while the paneled design adds a sense of timeless elegance. This thoughtful combination of glass and wood creates a harmonious balance between display and storage. Ideal for a living room, study, or library, this Louis-Philippe bookcase brings a touch of historical charm and practicality to any home. Its graceful lines and detailed craftsmanship make it a stunning focal point, while its functional design ensures it meets your storage needs. The combination of wavy glass doors and paneled wooden doors ensures this bookcase will be a cherished addition to your decor, celebrating the beauty and sophistication of mid-19th century French design.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 65.75"W x 17.7"D x 75.6"H
Inventory Number: ZZ151
Price: $11,950