A fine quality early 19th century large library centre table/desk. The rectangular mahogany table has a brick red tooled leather top that is in beautiful antique condition, with subtle marks and water spots just giving a sense of age. Handsome carved legs stand on original castors. This centre table is timeless, and comes in lovely original condition. Circa 1830
A beatuiful mid-Victorian bird's eye work table, made from Maple on a trestle support and finely detailed legs. With two drawers this makes an ideal writing table, one drawer to store papers and files, and the other to store inkwells and smaller work/stationary items, some of which can be hidden away. Great condition.
The restrained, clean lines of the Regency period can be seen in this rosewood Davenport of the early 19th century. The writing section sits on a bank of 4 drawers, fixed to it but pivotting to the side to allow the use of a chair. The sloping lid with a tooled leather opens to reveal a drawer-fitted interior. To the right side is a concealed pen and ink drawer that, once withdrawn, hinges neatly to the side. A brass gallery completes the top.The base has a panelled back, and original small wooden handles and brass escutcheons. Beneath the base plinth are concealed original castors. A fine and elegant writing desk. Circa 1820.
A small early 18th century Walnut Kneehole Desk. The honeyed tones of the walnut is enhanced by fine herringbone inlay to the top surface and drawer fronts. The drawers, which are lined with oak, retain their original brassware. The central kneehole has a small cupboard space. It is a charming piece of furniture from the walnut period, and is in good condition, with some restorations and repairs that can be expected in such a piece. Circa 1720
A fine late 18th century small roll top writing desk in mahogany. The stunning satinwood interior is fitted with pidgeon holes (the small drawers seen at the back are dummy drawers). The full writing surface slides out, and the leather inset writing pad (possibly the original leather) can be raised on a ratchet. Below are 2 useful drawers with brass knob handles. The 4 tapered legs are raised on fine brass casters. Restrained Georgian design, warm but light colour, and excellent cared for surface, and wonderful originality, makes elegant desk a perennial delight. Circa 1780
This is a stunning and rare Antique Victorian Mahogany Twin Pedestal Fall Front Desk with raised cabinet section enclosing adjustable shelves, four small drawers with pen box and fall front leather topped writing surface with Chubb Locks. The locking system on this desk is quite unique and rare. The single lock when closed fully locks the whole desk so all the lower drawers, the side cupboards and the fall front are all locked. The whole pieces is made from superb quality Mahogany including all the drawer linings and has an inlay with the initials CL or LC and dated 1878. Measurements are as follows; 57" inches widest x 29" inches deepest x 56.25" inches highest. Desk height is 30" inches. Raised section measures 26.5" inches from the desk x 12.75" inches deep. The fall front writing surface measures 27" inches wide x 22" inches deep. Overall condition is very good and original. Shows no signs of restoration or non original parts. Has usual wear and tear commensurate with age and use. Very clean and ready to use. Top section lifts off and the top unscrews from the twin pedestals thus making it easy to transport and install. Collection is welcome from WR8 Worcestershire or I can arrange delivery anywhere in the UK just email me your postcode for a quote, thank you.
This is a Fabulous Antique Victorian Walnut Naval Campaign type Twin Pedestal Kneehole Desk. Measures 49" inches wide x 21.5" inches deep x 30 " inches high. Condition is good and very usable. Does have one lock missing and wear and tear commensurate with age and use. Please view photos.
An original Edwardian Draper's desk. Good condition for age with original handles and locks. All facing timber is pitch pine. The top has the markings for measuring material at the front and back. This superb desk was made to be free standing, as the back is panelled the same as the sides. Nine useful drawers with dovetail construction and pine linings.
A nice Edwardian Mahogany and gilt tooled leather top kneehole desk comes in good condition ,it has gilt brass quadrants to drawers,sides and handles .The leather top has been recently replaced.A good looking desk and a size which would fit into any house.
An unusual Victorian Mahogany and Inlaid Writing Desk with leather desk top two top drawers and cupboard over a single two handle drawer.Under the drawer is a metal lined celleret.On turned legs this neat desk is both practiicle and space saving.(you can hide your bottle under the drawer while pretending to work)
A Late Victorian Mahogany Twin Pedastal Writing Desk with leather top.This desk is in good condition consummate with age the leather top has had wear but with no rips ,tears or rings..Arranged as a bank of four drawers with larger central drawer it also has a good size knee hole.The desk comes in one complete piece but I easily secured it in the back of my Volkswagen Passat Estate car for shipment.
A fine mahogany and marquetry inlaid twin Pedastal writing desk with replacement leather top in olive green.This desk is easy to assemble as it comes in three sections.It has three desk top drawers on top of of two pedestals each depicting fine marquetry inlays of classical scenes.A welcome addition to any office or property.
This is a superb late 19th Century French Rosewood 'Bonheur Du Jour' ladies writing desk. The upper section with two mirrored doors enclosing a stunning satinwood shelved interior above three small drawers all with lock and original key. The desk below has a tooled leather writing surface above three drawers on four Cabriole style legs. All in very good condition commensurate with age and use.
Antique Burr Walnut Kidney Shaped Writing Table This beautiful antique writing table in burr walnut was originally supplied by the London firm of Edwards and Roberts. It still has the original label to the underside of the top.
The frieze is fitted with two mahogany lined drawers with hand cut dovetail joints and the original locks.
The table stands on well turned and carved end supports with cabriole legs, a cross stretcher and the original gilt brass and white ceramic castors.
The combination of the beautiful decorative timbers, the kidney shape and the known London supplier make this a rare and desirable table.