An Arts & Crafts Oak Liberty Reading Bookcase By Leonard Wyburd


Circa: 1890-1900

Depth: 13"

Height: 32.5"

Width: 23"

Period: Arts & Crafts, Mid-Century

Location: Hungerford

Made from oak this bookcase would have been designed by Leonard Wyburd an interior decorator and furniture designer who work for Liberty’s of London during the late 19th/early 20th century. He was the head of Liberty’s furnishing and decoration studio from 1883 until 1903 and is is considered to be an important part of the Arts & Crafts movement. This bookcase is typical of his design style and the construction methods used during the Arts & Crafts period.

“A neat Arts & Crafts period bookcase by one of the movements leading designers."