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A Sheraton Revival style kidney desk with leather inlay, mahogany and satin wood, three central drawers, 76 cm high, 110 cm wide, 65 cm deep

Edwardian Sheraton style breakfront desk with 3 drawers, open shelves, insert writing surface and cross banded inlay, supported by tapered square legs, 84cm wide, 108.5cm high

A Sheraton style mahogany and satinwood inlaid hinge top writing desk, English, 20th century, closed 87 cm high, 65 cm wide, 54 cm deep

An Edwardian Sheraton Revival mahogany pedestal desk, with inset leather top and satinwood banding. 75 cm high, 136 cm wide, 71 cm deep

Sheraton Revival kneehole desk. Inlaid decoration. Full length top drawer over 6 drawers under. Recessed cupboard. Height 80 cm. Width 95 cm. Depth 42 cm

A George III mahogany Sheraton kneehole desk. It has a rectangular top, which is above four frieze drawers. It has a recessed front with neo classical marquetry, and is flanked by pedestals, each with an arrangement of three drawers. It has brass drop ring

A Sheraton style rosewood and marquetry desk, the roll top beneath a rectangular back with a central mirror, the whole with foliate boxwood inlay, raised on square tapering legs, brass caps and castors, 78 x 120 x 53 cm.

Sheraton Revival cylinder front desk, the cylindrical front enclosing a fitted interior, on two pedestals with graduated drawers on square tapering supports, terminating in castors. Height 115 cm. Width 65 cm. Length 121 cm.

A 19th century mahogany and line inlaid lady's writing desk, in the Sheraton style, circa 1840, the upper section with a three-quarter gallery with central shell inlay above an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers and a pair of faux book spine drawers,

Edwardian Sheraton revival walnut desk chair, with upholstered back and seat, United by a generous boxwood inlaid horizontal splat, all resting on turned and fluted forelegs and ceramic castors

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