Bookcases

It is believed that the first bookcases were created at sixteenth century in Spain, but soon appeared in French kings castles. In Italy, cities of Naples and Milan bookcases had inlay of ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoise shell, shells, precious stones, and later with metals.Spaniards were keener on decorating the inside of the cabinet; they liked to produce a variety of boxes, kept in cabinets.Almost all the mentioned furniture was dimmed by a luxury seventeenth century Florence bookcases, which used to be decorated with even rarer materials: ebony, faience, gold-plated bronze.Portuguese cabinets were special in terms of the rarity of the wood.Nowadays, in order to save the space, people seldom devote an entire room for books.However, there are people adoring books, so they often look for functional furniture, and for that, a perfect fit are antique bookcases, unique by its designs, usually made of a precious wood they will please the owner for many years...

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