circa: 1960 width: 56 height: 84.5 length: 16.5 This antique style flame mahogany bookcase was crafted in England around 1960 as a Georgian period reproduction. Today, the flame mahogany remains as beautiful as ever, with a deep, lustrous complexion and a striking grain that are sure to look great in any setting. Solid brass pulls form a lovely complement to the flame mahogany. The astragal glass is also quite elegant, allowing a stylish view into the contents of the bookcase. Meanwhile, the lower portion of the bookcase features a wonderfully beautiful selection of flame mahogany doors. Additionally, all doors lock, so you can store your things with security in mind. As sturdy as it is beautiful, this bookcase also features fully adjustable shelving and disassembles easy into the top and bottom sections, the latter of which simply sits atop the other and remains in place without screws. This bookcase has sustained some superficial wear marks but remains strong and steady, so overall condition is very good.