circa: 2000 width: 50 height: 89.5 length: 13.25 This antique style yew bookcase was recently handmade in England by a third-generation cabinetmaker as a Georgian period reproduction. From the production process to the materials used, every aspect of this bookcase is of the utmost quality. The yew, for instance, having been treated to an elaborate hand-worked finishing process, displays an incredibly rich complexion and grain, while the astragal moulding also looks quite striking. The white-painted interior provides an especially elegant contrast with the yew, while the moulding, shaped bracket feet and stylish solid-brass escutcheons help to give this English-made bookcase the beautiful appearance that its incredibly sturdy structure deserves. Both the upper and lower sections of the bookcase lock with accompanying keys, and they separate for shipping and easy movement, so this bookcase is as convenient a piece as it is useful for storing books on its fully adjustable shelves. Whether you are looking for a striking bookcase to complement your antique furniture collection, or whether you have need of a stunning yet functional item for your office, this handmade beauty is the one for you!