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Sheraton style mahogany writing desk, rectangular top with moulded edge inset with green leather top, above two drawers, raised on square tapering legs, terminating in brass castors, 77.5 cm high, 108.5 cm wide, 56 cm deep approx

Maple kidney shaped desk, with insert writing surface and tapered square legs, 92 cm wide, 72 cm high

A French transitional style tulipwood parquetry lady's desk, 20th century, the kidney shaped marble topped desk with a central drawer, pairs of smaller side drawers and raised on curvaceous tapering legs, embellished throughout with perspective cube pa

A late 18th century Mechanical Architects desk, the front legs pull forward to reveal green felt writing surface, which when lifted reveals a sectional compartment below. Flanked by two slide out candlestick rests. 80 x 87 x 58 cm.

A vintage Queensland maple two-drawer desk over tapered legs, black leather insert to top, 76 x 138 x 76 cm

A gilt bronze mounted kingwood bureau plat, French, 20th century, with tooled tanned leather insert top, faux drawers to the rear and ormolu mounts to the cabriole legs, 76 cm high, 140 cm wide, 90 cm deep

A kingwood bureau plat with tooled tan leather insert and sliding panels at either end supported on ormolu mounted serpentine legs, French, 20th century, 76 cm high, 140 cm wide, 79 cm deep (not extended)

A George II walnut knee hole desk with three drawers on cabriole legs. 71 cm high, 71 cm wide, 45 cm deep.

A modernist teak bureau with pigeonholes and writing slide, below three long drawers on turned legs, 100 cm high, 92 cm wide, 40 cm deep. Purchased in the late 1950s. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.

A small walnut roll top lady's desk, 20th century, of elegant neoclassical form elegantly embellished with strung feather banded panels, the small drawer activating the roll top to reveal a trio of small drawers, with a baize covered fold out writing s

Early Victorian rosewood ladies desk the top with three small drawers, pull-out leather inset writing serface, two drawers beneath, all with gadrooned decoration on baluster shaped spiral supports on acanthus scroll legs, joined by a similar stretcher

Walnut drop front bureau. Drop down front with fitted interior of drawer & pigeon holes. Three drawers under. Cabriole legs.

A Victorian cedar desk, mid 19th century, the desk with a green leather writing plane, a central drawer flanked by pairs of small drawers with turned timber pull handles, raised on turned tapering legs with porcelain casters. Height 77 cm. Width 136 cm. De

A Victorian mahogany writing table, 19th century, the top with a brown leather tooled writing surface, bullnose edging and apron, raised on turned baluster legs with toupie feet. Height 76 cm. Width 152 cm. Depth 91 cm

A French mahogany leather top two drawer writing desk on square tapering legs. 73 cm high, 98 cm wide, 49 cm deep.

A 19th century English mahogany roll top desk, the roll top enclosing pigeon holes and drawers above a single cock beaded drawer, on tapered legs with castors

An early huon pine desk, one drawer with finely turned legs and cross banded edge, circa 1820, 77 cm high, 99 cm wide,56 cm deep

A quality George III flame mahogany lady's writing desk, the rectangular top with concave breakfront, plain upstand gallery terminating in rondels, the central frieze drawer flanked by single drawers with double false front, circular embossed acanthus

Late Victorian cylinder writing desk. Exterior extensively decorated with floral and scroll marquetry. Galleried top over three external drawers. Cylinder top opens to bureau containing pigeon holes, three internal drawers and felt inset sliding writing su

A 17th century Italian secretaire with fall front enclosing drawers on bulbous turned legs, with x stretchers and original iron hardware. Provenance: purchased from John Dunn antiques in 1969, originally belonging to an Italian diplomat. 93 cm high, 140 cm

A Louis XVI style mahogany desk, early 20th century, with a tan leather tooled top above a central drawer, flanked by pairs of shallow side drawers all beaded with simple brass trims, raised on fluted tapering legs with brass toupie feet. Height 75 cm. Wid

A fine French inlay and parquetry rosewood bureau plat, 19th century, of serpentine profile with a fine central floral bouquet upon a woven parquetry design, with cross banding, stringing and floral whorls to the corners, a single bird's eye maple lined dr

A Louis XVI style rosewood and marquetry bonheur du jour, later 19th century, with label of Ecole Blanc, Rue Paradis Marseilles, of elegant proportions, the writing desk with a central glazed velvet lined cupboard flanked by open compartments, the hinged t

A fine small Second Empire Tulipwood and marquetry inlaid bureau plat in the Louis XV style, circa 1848-1870, with a serpentine profile, quarter veneer panelling and centred with a floral cartouche with wide strung cross banded borders and scrolling spandr

A Directoire style flame mahogany desk, late 19th century, an elegant desk with a brown leather key fret tooled top, having slightly extended corners embellished with veneer borders, a central drawer and two deeper side drawers, with tapering and veneer bo

A George II mahogany library desk, circa 1755, the rectangular tilt top with floral and riband moulded rim, inset with tooled green leather, with three frieze drawers, above a kneehole cabinet flanked by three drawers to each side, gilded brass handles to

Antique cylinder roll top desk, fitted interior standing on fluted turned legs, veined black marble top over three drawers. Fitted interior, 121 cm high, 116 cm long, 61 cm W. Ex Oliver von Wilpert

A fine quality Regency period rosewood writing table with sewing well, the top with a band of cut brass inlay and 'rise and fall' padded back, the single drawer fitted with a green baize writing slide - standing on four elegant turned legs with ori

An early 20th century English oak fall front writing bureau with two drawers on elevated legs in the Chippendale style, 98 x 73 x 42 cm

A 20th century French style lady's kingwood Bonheur du jour, the writing desk with classical ormolu mounts including framing to the painted fall front and frieze panels, scrolling legs

Antique French inlaid lattice work cylinder bureau, fitted with banks of drawers, all standing on square tapering legs, approx 122 cm high, 124 cm long, 52.5 cm wide

A fine French Empire style walnut and ormolu mounted tooled leather top writing desk supported on square tapering bronze mounted legs. 77 cm high, 148 cm wide, 79 cm deep

A French Louis XVI style walnut and parquetry ladies writing desk on cylindrical fluted legs. 102 cm high, 79 cm wide, 48 cm deep

A late 18th/ early 19th century Mechanical Architects desk, the front legs pull forward to reveal a cream felt writing surface, with a compartment below, with two slide out candelstick rests

A Queen Anne style walnut veneered writing desk, with a shaped rectangular leather inset top, above a single frieze drawer, cabriole legs, 77 x 113 x 59 cm

A good boulle manner ormolu-mounted and brass-inlaid bureau de Dame, late 19th century, the fall front enclosing a leather-lined writing surface and fitted interior above a frieze drawer, on cabriole legs, the top, front, and outside faces of all legs inla

A Victorian cedar side or writing table, 1860s/70s, the rectangular top with moulded edge above a pair of frieze drawers, on turned legs. Height 78 cm. Length 106 cm. Width 50 cm.

Danish six drawer desk, black ebonised legs, rosewood body, c1960s, Denmark

A mahogany campaign style desk, early 20th century, English made, the desk with a brown tooled leather top above three drawers with faux cockbeading and having swing handles over square backplates with recessed cups, and raised upon square form straight le

An early/mid-20th century French bureau plat, the traditional multiple serpentine top with cut brass and white metal fancy inlay to the central section, centred with a queen in a carriage drawn by two lions, ornate scrolling floral framing, strung banded b

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