Clayborne’s
Amish Furniture in SC

Decorative Bookshelves

The Best Amish Furnishings - At the Best Prices!

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These Amish made bookshelves are perfect on their own, or are an exact match for our 600 series entertainment centers.  Available in a variety of heights, the Amish make them out of both solid oak and cherry, and you can get them with or without doors. The back is solid veneer. If our standard sizes don’t include what you need, ask us, and we will let you know how much it will cost to have them custom built to your exact specifications. Beside the fact that you can get these in both oak and cherry, our “decorative” bookshelves vary from our “standard” bookshelves in that they have a fancy moulding around the top and you can get the doors. The doors are available with or without glass for the same price.

Height

36”

36”

Common Measurements: 13.25” Deep x 37.5” Wide (at top)

Wood

Oak

Cherry

# Adj. Shelf

2

2

# Fixed Shelf

0

0

Price - No Doors

$225.00

$320.00

Price - w/ Doors

$345.00

$490.00

48”

48”

60”

60”

60”

60”

72”

72”

72”

72”

Oak

Cherry

Oak

Oak

Cherry

Cherry

Oak

Oak

Cherry

Cherry

See Also:

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3

3

3

3

4

4

4

4

0

0

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

1 (center)

$280.00

$395.00

$335.00

 (same)

$475.00

 (same)

$410.00

 (same)

$585.00

 (same)

$425.00

$600.00

$435.00 only bottom

$565.00 top+bottom

$620,00 only bottom

$800.00 top+bottom

$515.00 only bottom

$670.00 top+bottom

$730.00 only bottom

$950.00 top+bottom

Standard bookshelves, oak only, no doors, no fancy trim on top

Sleigh style bookshelves, oak or cherry, with or without doors

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Compilation copyright (c) 2002 - 2004 by Clayborne’s Amish Furniture - Some photos of Amish rockers, tables, chairs, beds, corner nook, etc by Don Bruechert