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The Althorp Secretary Bookcase / Cabinet - High Gloss

Althorp Living History  Furniture Collection

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A flame mahogany and Morado banded Bureau Cabinet, with an architectural cornice centred by a gilt crest, above two glazed doors enclosing 45 drawers and 19 pigeon holes above two slides, the bureau opening to reveal a leather inset slide and a fitted interior with 8 drawers below enclosing a cabinet and drawer below.

Features:

  • High Gloss Finish
  • This item must be installed by a licensed contractor with the wall anchoring Anti-Tip kit' provided.
Style George II
Category Cabinetry
Type Tall Bookcases & Cabinets
Main Materials Flame Mahogany Veneer, Morado Veneer, Glass

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