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The main carcass is of oak and various veneers of rosewood and satinwood. With original key slide out writing top and a rouge marble top.
A quality, finely finished French fiddleback mahogany and satinwood inlaid cylinder top desk c1900. The desk has fiddleback mahogany panels bordered with satinwood and box/ebony bands. Exquisite fiddleback mahogany top ...
A 19th Century Georgian antique mahogany cylinder desk by Gillows of Lancaster.
The desk has two drawers, a slatted mahogany tambour rolling lid, a slide forward writing surface, nine internal drawers ...
Offered for sale is this 19th Century antique primitive Swedish bureau, desk in old paint.
This is a French antique mahogany writing desk Has marble top with brass gallery, decorated with brass borders to drawers fall, sides, ink wells are missing
This is a stunning quality Edwardian period mahogany inlaid cylinder / roll top desk by Edwards and Roberts, in the Sheraton revival style. The finest quality fiddleback mahogany cross-banded with ...
A truly superb American Roll Top Desk bearing the markers brass plaque to the front. Made from walnut and of the very best quality. All the sides and back are ...
Early 20th Century walnut roll top desk, the moulded edge top with decorative carved beading underneath, the tambour roller top opening to reveal a selection of drawers, pigeon holes, compartments ...
A stunning Victorian solid oak cylinder desk of outstanding workmanship and design. The galleried top gives way to a finely carved cylinder front, that reveals a well fitted interior with ...
This is an unusual and stylish Dutch marquetry cylinder topped desk. The rectangular shaped desk is in rosewood which has faded nicely. The sides, gables and legs are smothered in ...
This is a good 18th Century antique desk with a tambour roll which opens to reveal the interior which has 2 small drawers and pigeon holes and sliding writing platform ...
Edwardian mahogany inlaid turn of the century cylinder desk with fitted interior and sliding wrighting section.
A George III period mahogany cylinder top desk, the main structure in satinwood and harewood, the drawer fronts beautifully figured in harewood with Kingwood banding with fine line inlay to ...
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