Gianfranco Frattini Mid Century Modern Rosewood Bookmill

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peterm
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Gianfranco Frattini Mid Century Modern Rosewood Bookmill

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Empty, it is more in the manner of Louise Nevelson. Filled with books, pottery and the like, it looks misused; it doesn't need to hold anything to be appreciated.

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I'd hate to have to find a book in a hurry. On the other hand, it might be just the thing to encourage children to read.

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