|Product Type: Standard||Style: Traditional|
|Finish: 1: Birch||Finish: 2: Brown|
|Finish: 3: Cherry||Finish: 4: Mahogany|
|Finish: 5: Oak||Finish: 6: Walnut|
|Frame Material: Wood||Solid Wood Construction: No|
|Shelving Included: Yes||Doors Included: Yes|
|Drawers Included: No||Orientation: Horizontal|
|Back Panel: Closed||Foldable: No|
|Handpainted: No||Mobile: No|
|Wall Recessed: No||Commercial Use: No|
|Eco-Friendly: No||Country of Manufacture: United States|
All wood selection, joinery, staining and finishing is still performed by skilled artisans. To meet Hale Bookcase's criteria of aesthetic perfection, wood stains are hand-sprayed and hand-rubbed between carefully applied coats.
During September 1907, Mr. F.E. Hale, a designer of sectional bookcases purchased the facility of Horracks Desk, incorporated the company and bookcase manufacturing started. Mr. Hale retired in 1918.
By the late 1960's, through the request of their customers, Hale designed and brought to market first, an open wood bookcase, 84" high with adjustable shelves.
Hale Bookcase's mission is to produce quality wood products at a fair price with total fair commitment to the customer and stable employment for the local workforce.
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Well-made, easy to assemble
Timothy from New Milford, CT– Verified Buyer
These bookcases are modular and can be customized for any space. They are easy to assemble (just stack them), but be sure to level them appropriately when empty with only a few sections stacked for safety.
Julie Seeger from Waltham, MA– Verified Buyer
The only thing I would have preferred is for the locking mechanism to be more substantial or perhaps there could be a lock on each side of the sliding door.