Overall: 51-1/2"H x 34-1/4"W x 11-1/2"D
Consists of: (1) #911 Section, (2) #913 Sections, (1) #951 Crown, (1) #945 Box Base
Made to order. Please allow approx. 2 weeks for delivery.
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The same features that have sustained the sectional bookcase for over 100 years are employed in the newly created Millennium Collection. This lawyer style bookcase is hand made in the USA using sustainably sourced North American hardwood. The fully assembled solid wood shelf sections securely stack together with an interlocking system. No tools required – simply unpack and stack the glass door sections in any combination. Easily add more shelf sections as your library grows. The receding glass door sectional unit is well built with a brushed nickel pull and a mechanical equalizer to keep the door from binding and allow for easy, one-handed operation. Expand this three stack combo with other Millennium Standard Depth shelf sections, including the wood panel door, pull out shelf and more.
The perfect mix of heirloom quality and modern style, the Millennium Barrister Bookcase collection is crafted by hand from kiln-dried solid Cherry, Oak, Birch or Walnut. The Millennium 900 Series features wider rail door frames and distinctive beveled edges. Mix, match and stack shelf sections to create your custom look.
The natural beauty of wood is in its unique color, grain and texture characteristics. Finishes are designed to enhance this distinction in wood. Thus, the finished product may differ from the above color swatches and an exact match cannot be guaranteed.*
If an exact color match is required, please contact customer service at 1-800-873-4253 for a wood finish sample.
I bought a set (3 cabinets, top piece and base) of barrister bookcases about 35 years ago shortly after I started to practice. While we're all self-isolating, I took them apart today to clean and refresh them with some wood oil. The craftsmanship that went into them was again evident. This is a wonderful piece. Office (or home) you should have one. All that work to become an attorney? Do yourself a favor. To the people that built this - Thanks! Gary M. Growe, Esq. LSU Law Class of 1975