This compact desk with lock and filing drawers is a useful and attractive piece of furniture in the antique style. Condition report. Burn marks on the leather in the upper right. May we request that you check this in the photos, and put your desk lamp on this bit, if you buy it.
136 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 78 cm high.
A very rare item. A fall front desk with a piano hinge (very strong) and multiple drawers inside the desk and also below. Probably made around 1960/1970.
103 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 116 cm high.
A hall table in the Louis XV style incorporating four drawers. Shaped legs, serpentine front and a great colour combine to make this a very attractive (as well as useful) piece. Could look good as a hall table or side table in the lounge, or in the bedroom.
155 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 76 cm high.
From the early 20th Century this fall front desk or escritoire provides a compact desk for laptop or conventional (pen and paper) work. Lift the desk up and your workspace is discretely hidden, while your books are still accessible below. Please note the period brassware.
60 cm wide x 31 cm deep and 116 cm high.
An unusual little desk in the Queen Anne Revival style.
Probably made in the early 1900’s, the inclined top is at a comfortable angle for parchment or iPad.
Underneath a large storage area for ink bottles or chargers, or whatever!
60 cm wide x 55 cm deep and 76 cm high at the back (standard desk height at the back).
An oak desk made in England around 1950. A leather topped writing surface with a (rare) piano hinge running the whole width and giving significantly more strength than is customary. Pigeon holes are inside. The exterior features elaborate carving.
80 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 100 cm high.
A reproduction desk of compact dimensions with a leather top and gilt tooling around the perimeter. Standard height at 76 cm. Some scratches on the front drawer that may be a deal breaker. Otherwise great useable shape.
122 cm wide x 60 cm x 76 cm high