French writing bureau with fall, secret compartment and key. A beautiful and prctical desk for your paper work regardless of whether you are using pen and parchment, tablet or laptop. Measurements are 85 cm by 50 cm deep x 76 cm at the desk and the overall height 98 cm. Price was $785, now $585.
Blackwood writing bureau or desk, early 20th century. Pigeon holes within and storage below, original key locks cupboard and desk. Measurements are 76 cm wide 33 cm deep standing 121cm high.
Georgian antique writing bureau mid-1800s with fall front in excellent original condition. Fitted interior and brass handles. Measurements are 86 cm wide 47 cm deep, 99 cm high at the back 80 centimetres high at the desktop. Price $790
Writing bureau sometimes called a fall front desk. This particularly well made piece of furniture is compact, elegant and useful. What a rare combination. Measurements are 90 cm wide, 44 cm deep and 108cm high. The writing or desk height 75 cm.
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.
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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.
From the early 1900’s this bureau was made in England from oak in the Jacobean Revival style. A very useful piece of furniture that provides a compact desk. The lighter colour shows off the grain in this piece.
60 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 100 cm high.
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.