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 pedestal desk, retailed by James Shoolbred & Co., London (stamped and labelled), 1880s, the rectangular top with original gilt-tooled leather writing surface above three frieze drawers and a pair of pedestals, each with three drawe
A small Victorian cedar leather topped desk. Second half 19th century, the desk with an olive green tooled leather top above two drawers each with a pair of turned timber handles, raised upon slender baluster and turned legs. Height 78 cm. Width 105 cm. De
A Victorian cedar desk, 19th century, the maroon leather topped table desk with two half width frieze drawers and raised on slender baluster and turned legs terminating in brass casters; as found. Height 81 cm. Width 152 cm. Depth 92 cm
Victorian mahogany & cedar desk, with open fitted storage compartment, tooled leather writing surface on turned reeded legs and brass castors. Makers mark stamped to drawer 'DOVESTON, BIRD & HULL MANUFACTURER', 138 cm wde, 86 cm deep, 87 cm high (closed) a
Colonial cedar twin pedestal writing desk, c.1860-1870, maker unknown, the desk front has two side drawers with twin, pedestals each having three drawers upon castors, the top has three tooled leather writing surfaces, the central slope is a lift-up type w
A late 19th century Australian cedar pedestal desk the supper structure with a rectangular top above a pair of cupboard doors enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes, the desk with a tooled green leather writing surface above three short drawers and raise
An Australian full cedar library table, by Andrew Lenehan, circa 1870 the rectangular top with rounded ends and leather insert above two short drawers with turned handles and two false drawers (lacking handles), above fluted and carved end supports with ou
Early Colonial five drawer casuarina desk on four splayed tapered legs with spade feet, first quarter 19th century. The desk is decorated with a double stringing of what appears to be huon pine and baleen, there are two shallow 'secret' drawers Concealed i
The Fitzgerald cedar desk, circa 1848 of rectangular form with a hinged writing slope to the front enclosing four pigeon holes, standing in a simple cedar frame, with inscription to the underside of the writing slope 'R. Fitzgerald, Dabee, October 2 1848',
An Australian cedar library table, circa 1860, the rectangular top with moulded edge above two short drawers with turned handles, raised on twin tapering column end supports on rectangular platforms joined by a turned stretcher and raised on S-scroll feet
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