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June 10, 2014 - Filed under: Antique Revolving Bookcases — Mandy

Revolving Bookcases were once considered the ideal solution for housing a small library in a parlour, a traditional piece of furniture that was easily adapted to a number of decorating tastes and uses. It is a four sided unit which is mounted on a revolving base, sometimes referred to as a carousel bookcase, useful and functional storage solution for books in several rooms of the house.

Most are made from high quality wood such as mahogany, and are employed in a study as a means of keeping favourite books near to a comfortable reading chair. Ideal to keep a large amount of books in a small space, while keeping the books easily accessible, most having two shelves on each side and being the same height as a table.

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