Large 19th Century Pine Pigeon Hole Shelving
A magnificent piece! These very large pigeon holes were picked up in a home farm in Cheshire, and were likely used for organization and display in a shop back in their day. The name "pigeon hole" is a metaphoric nod to the actual nesting boxes of pigeons, and is often used to describe an organizational structure with open compartments. These ones are large enough to hold books and anything else you'd like to display.
Dimensions: 58.5”H x 48.75” W at top x 14” D (plinth top) and 10.7”D (on pigeon holes)
Note: Some chips to the front of the wood shelves, as seen in pics.
Please note: antiques can (and often do!) come with dents, chips, cracks, stains, uneven coloring, and signs of their old age—small details that contribute to big character.
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