breakfront

break·front

 (brāk′frŭnt′)
n.
A piece of furniture, such as a cabinet or a bookcase, with a central section that projects beyond the sections to either side.
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breakfront

(ˈbreɪkˌfrʌnt)
adj
(Furniture) (prenominal) (of a bookcase, bureau, etc) having a slightly projecting central section
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break•front

(ˈbreɪkˌfrʌnt)

n.
a cabinet, bookcase, etc., having a central section extending forward from those at either side.
[1925–30]
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Several of the lots have been consigned locally, including a late Georgian mahogany Breakfront Linen Press, an impressively large piece with interesting provenance, having formerly been owned by Earl of Chesterfield of Bretby Hall, then by Sir Derek Bailey of Brinsop Court, Herefordshire and thence by descent.
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The mahogany dining set HUD ordered includes a table, sideboard, breakfront, and 10 chairs with a blue velvet finish, CNN reported.
The furniture order included a mahogany sideboard, tables and a breakfront with 10 mahogany chairs featuring a blue velvet finish, according to records obtained by CNN. 
A neoclassical giltwood sofa (1765), and pair of armchairs also broke the 2 [pounds sterling] million barrier, as did a mahogany breakfront bookcase of 1763 with virtuoso carving on the doors.
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One of the highlights of the month was a stunning early-19th-century mahogany Gothicinfluenced Breakfront secretaire bookcase, being 103 inches in height and selling for PS1,600.
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Cameron Cox has done the breakfast room with mostly antiques, using painted furniture (including a 1970s Henredon table) and a huge heritage breakfront that was formerly in the home's dining room.
American furniture had several strong selling lots, including a Mahogany bookcase breakfront, selling to an online participant for $3,750, more than double its high estimate of $800/1600.
His security ID badge was prominently displayed in the family breakfront. Their mother used to say that Kostas was fated to talk for a living.