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Edwardian mahogany and oak kidney shaped desk, c. 1905, the top inset with gilt tooled brown leather, the frieze with three drawers over six pedestal drawers all with Robert Adam style gilt metal pierced handles, height 76 cm width 114 cm depth 66 cm. Prov
A fine Victorian walnut ladies desk, the hinged sloping writing surface inset with leather, surmounted by fret. The kidney shaped desk, with inset leather and bulbous end supports, each terminating in out swept feet. 89 cm high, 103 cm long, 58 cm deep.
An English Elmwood desk, 1930-1940s, kidney shaped with a central frieze drawer and side columns with three drawers all with metal pull handles in a ruched design, the desk top and drawer fronts with burr parquetry, upon curved ogee bracket feet. Height 71
An impressive mid 19th century rosewood desk of kidney shape with gadrooned edge and single drawer to the frieze. The platform base with elaborate cabriole legs and casters and carved pedestal support. Height 75 cm. Width 139 cm. Depth 71 cm
An Art Deco mahogany and burr walnut veneer ladies writing desk, of kidney form with inset leather top, chrome handles and shell molded feet, probably Emglish but export label from Paris 124 wide, 52 deep, 75 cm high
A Victorian mahogany kidney shaped desk, circa 1850, the unusual kidney shaped top with raised compartment centrally with fold down leather inlaid writing slope which opens to reveal a fitted interior of miniature drawers and below a pair of curved drawers
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