Antique Victorian Rosewood magazine stand

Antique Victorian Rosewood magazine stand


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RARE Antique Victorian Rosewood magazine stand. This period American Victorian "Rosewood magazine rack" dates from 1855 to 1870 and was made from solid rosewood not rosewood veneers. Solid American rosewood pieces are almost impossible to find. This entire piece is made from solid stock. This rosewood magazine stand was most probably made in New York. Measures 37 inches to the top of its finials,34 inches to the top shelf. The bottom shelf measures 15 and one half inches high,22 inches wide,14 and one half inches deep with 4 and one quarter inches spaces between the dividers. The second shelf measures 14 inches high,12 and one half inches deep and 22 inches wide. The top shelf measures 11 inches deep,20 and three quarters inches wide. Excellent condition.

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