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Chinese huang huali doctor's desk, with removable top supported by a pedestal base, each side with a drawer and lower shelf, 152 cm wide, 68 cm deep, 81.5 cm high;Purchased Singapore circa 1980, sold at Barsby Auctions 22nd September 2013

Chinese hardwood bureau desk, the fall front writing surface revealing a fitted interior, above 4 drawers, 91 cm wide, 105.5 cm high

A Chinoiserie single drawer desk, the black lacquered and gilded frame, with gilt metal mounts to apron and legs, inset with a red leather writing surface to top, (losses to lacquer), 75 x 90 x 46 cm

Early 20th century chinoiserie desk, black lacquered decorated with black and gold outdoor scene, 106 cm wide, 49 cm deep, 79 cm high

Chinese hardwood desk, with 4 drawers containing carved handles, 122 cm x 56 cm, 79 cm high,

A Chinese carved stone 'camellia' desk screen with stand, Late Qing dynasty 21 cm high, 13 cm wide, . Provenance: South Australia Private Collection, acquired from a local estate in the early 2000s

Chinese blackwood twin pedestal desk, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, sometimes called a doctor's desk, the top with three drawers is removable, each of the columns with two smaller drawers and an open lower lattice shelf. Provenance: Sydney private collection

A Chinese watercolour and gouache on paper, probably Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the figural narrative scene depicting a Regal figure with attendants watching a game of archery, a scholar at his desk beside a pavilion to one side, in a muted palette with s

Ornately carved Chinese Qing desk with pigeon holes, 3 small drawers & single door over 2 long drawers, dragon carved apron & legs, 95 cm wide, 116 cm high appox.

Chinese black lacquer double pedestal desk, of rectangular form with inset cane top, having two short drawers, height 76.5 cm, width 192 cm, depth 76.5 cm

A Chinese red lacquered elm desk, 19th century. 88 cm high, 131 cm wide, 61 cm deep

A Chinese rosewood and burl wood pedestal desk with four drawers to each pedestal and a central frieze drawer, each drawer inset with a burl wood panel, 138.5 x 83 x 69 cm

An old pair of Chinese wood desk screens, with heavily gilded deeply carved figures. Length 34-35 cm

Vintage Chinese rosewood pedestal desk and chair twin pedestal desk with eight drawers and accompanying chair. Height 78 cm Width 137 cm depth 55 cm

Chinese doctor's desk twin pedestal with drawers mounted above carved decoration and bottom open shelves, the top lifts off for removal, 152 cm wide, 68 cm deep, 81.5 cm high

Antique Chinese ornately carved desk each side with 2 drawers, 115 cm wide, 86 cm deep, 79 cm high

A Chinese twin pedestal desk in three parts, qing Dynasty (late 19th century), in rosewood and with good patina, the desk raised on pedestals with two drawers, squared legs supported by undertier stretchers in a lattice arrangement. Height 85.5 length 153.

An early 20th century Chinese bamboo desk lacquered and hand painted with birds and blossom

A Chinese hardwood double-pedestal writing desk, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the top inlaid with three marble tiles Provenance: Purchased from a private home in Beijing, 1992/93

A Chinese huanghuali scholar's desk, 20th century, the straight top containing three drawers above a pair of pedestals each containing two drawers rose on straight legs joined by open lattice shelves. 176 cm long 74 cm wide 88 cm high

Circa 1910, Chinese carved rosewood desk, heavily carved, curved, with pierced hutch back featuring ornate dragons. Joints loose. Captain Skinner estate. Height 117 cm. Width 122 cm. Depth 57 cm

An early 20th century ebonised carved Chinese exportware writing desk

A Chinese blackwood desk 19th century, with a 'Cracked ice' pattern across the base, together with a horseshoe-back chair

Lady's table desk with an elongated rectangular mirror, a small cabinet, a single full width drawer, a hinged slope, retractable lopers, internal compartments and small drawers and inlaid and applied Chinese decorations to each surface