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Item Name
Concealed TV screen bookcase
Details After decades of deep TV cabinets... the advent of plasma screens and the later refinement of LCD screens meant that TVs could at last be wider and, most importantly... slimmer. However, large screens can sometimes dominate an otherwise traditional setting. The TV bookcase is the perfect solution... In the upper section, the bottom two rows of books are false. To reveal or conceal the screen, this panel of false books easily rises and falls using the same principle of counter balancing to that of a sash window... a design first applied in the 1670s. The cavernous base section provides ample space for other electronic equipment, and is fitted with pocket doors, allowing them to partially retract into the carcass. The upper section is designed to accept a 42 inch screen. Above the screen bay are conventional book shelves. Over all dimensions are approximately 53ins w x 24ins deep lower section x 87ins high. A fabulous item.
Stock No.
In the old Bylaw days this was Ref No. 367
Current RRP
In 2006 the Bylaw RRP was 7,575
Approx Age 14 years
Offer Price Taken
Delivery Offer Buyer collects. With the sash weights etc... This piece requires competent removal. The selling price is an unbelievable bargain but it may be wise to seek out ex Bylaw craftsmen to ensure safe removal and re-location of this very special item.
Viewing Initially contact or phone 01568 780 216. Your contact details will then be passed on to the seller.
Reason for Sale

A downsize from a large family home

Known Faults described by the seller as in excellent condition.
Further Notes The seller is located quite close to the M5 network if viewing is required. This TV bookcase is part of a collection of items being offered by the same vendor. 1st photo is the actual piece. The other three are representative stock photos.
To purchase or for more information, please call Graham at Cottage Industry Marketing on 01568 780 216
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