Someday, this is what my shelves will look like. Old books and potions.

“Blessings be on this house,“ Granny said, perfunctorily. It was always a good opening remark for a witch. It concentrated people’s minds on what other things might be on this house.

Antique Bookcase Table | Content in a Cottage

they are the most accessible and wisest of counsellors, and the most patient of teachers" ▼ Charles William Eliot - Photo:Circular Regency bookcase c.

on the Downtown Mall, Charlottesville. Less than $500! :-)

the Book Chair . When my hallway chair needs to have the seat replaced, this is what I am doing

I'd love a secret library through an armoire unlocked with an antique key...

'old keys and books' quoted by previous pinner vintage leather bound books and rustic rusty vintage keys steam punk pirates sailing ship high seas

Revolving Bookcase

Revolving Double Bookcase The idea of a double-sided bookcase came from a Georgian piece made in the and sized for a large English Manor Ho…

Unique bookcase

That Tardis bookshelf is happening. 32 Cool and Creative Bookshelves That Geeks Would Love

Just like my Grandmother's rotating bookcase, which is now in my home. One of my most prized possessions.

Revolving Bookcase: What Is It? What Is It Worth?

A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR BOOKCASE BY GILLOWS, CIRCA 1820-30. With a circular top above four banks of adjustable open shelves, four deep and five shallow, above a plinth with brass castors, one shelf stamped 'GILLOWS.LANCASTER' - Dim: 34¼ in. (87 cm.) high; 24 in. (61 cm.) diameter

I love this idea: spinning circular bookshelf. This one's a George IV rosewood circular bookcase by Gillows, circa

Antique

American Victorian rosewood carved double swivel seat tete a tete with table center and red velvet upholstery

This is full size that was copied     Elga's Miniatures

WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD ETAGERE, England, circa 1840 <> London, Mallett Antiques - A highly unusual William IV stepped etagere / bookcase with each scrolled sides on each tier, the upper two embellished with mirrored backing.

I worked at a publishing house in Philadelphia that had a hidden "library shelf" door.  It was great fun to astonish visitors by disappearing when they turned to inquire of the receptionist.

I worked at a publishing house in Philadelphia that had a hidden "library shelf" door. It was great fun to astonish visitors by disappearing when they turned to inquire of the receptionist.

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