30 item(s) found:

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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

Georgian walnut veneer and cross banded bureau, blaise lined slope top with ten fitted and internal drawers, above two short drawers and two long drawers raised on bracket feet, height 107 cm, width 98 cm, depth 55 cm

Colonial cedar Clerks desk. Galleried back; central lidded writing slope with leather inset; and turned legs. Height 76 cm. Width 105 cm. Diameter 76 cm

Fine quality 19th century flame mahogany escritoire, the fall front writing slope concealing extensive inlaid and pigeon hole compartment, four drawers fitted

A Colonial kauri campaign desk opened with writing slope above drawers and cupboards with an upstand back closed to a trunk form. Height 120 cm. Width 92 cm. Depth 60 cm

An important French mid 19th century satinwood, bonheur du jour, the centre with three drawers flanked cupboards, each with ormolu banding, and doors with painted porcelain panels, above a frieze drawer with enclosing inset leather writing slope, ormolu mo

A Victorian oak desk, last quarter 19th century, the rectangular top with a gallery of small drawers and shelves above the leather-lined writing surface, the central hinged slope enclosing a well fitted with pigeon holes, the frieze with real and false dra

19th century blackwood dual slope top clerk's desk on turned legs

Rare Edwardian mahogany elevated bureau desk 'The Eclipse', London, Brand patent No. s 27871 and 7254. The envelope top open and mechanism raises a lift top writing slope and multi section compartment which elevates when writing slope is slid forward. Bene

An interesting Australian 19th century cedar Clerks desk the gallery top rail above sloped top with book support and three drawers with and turned legs, a drawer stamped with 'Proudly Restored By Dewitt Antiques Hobart'

A good Victorian oak twin pedestal partners desk, circa 1870, the rectangular tooled leather inset top above two arched kneeholes, with two small drawers to either side fitted with apertures to house ink wells configuration and a further two slide drawers

A Victorian mahogany Dickens desk, the rectangular top with a substantial gallery comprising a pair of pedestals, each with small drawers secured with locking side bars, flanking an open central section with shelf and spindle gallery behind a central leath

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',

A French ebonised writing bureau, 19th century, the top with brass gallery above a writing slope opening to a fitted interior, on slender cabriole legs with carved ormolu detail throughout 70 cm wide, 38 cm deep, 90 cm high

A superb mid-Victorian burr walnut twin pedestal Dickens desk, the back section having a shelf with brass pierced gallery flanked by pillars each with three drawers, above a leather inset hinged adjustable writing slope, below three frieze drawers with sat

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

An Australian cedar Clerks desk C1860 and later with hinged writing slope and enclosed tray

A superb marquetry serpentine front bombe bureau, circa 1820, the exterior with intense marquetry inlay displaying overflowing floral baskets with a narrow tapered top and fold down writing slope opening to reveal a recessed fitted interior of miniature dr

A Louis XV style marquetry inlaid secretaire a abattant, circa 1870, the tall bombe shaped cabinet with marble top and with a superb marquetry inlaid bouquet of flowers inlaid to the pull down door revealing a superb fitted interior of miniature drawers an

Cedar twin pedestal desk. Eight drawer gallery back with tooled leather writing slope and side pads. Height 110 cm. Width 132 cm D 64 cm

A William IV ladies mahogany desk, circa 1830, the rectangular hinged folding top opens to reveal a leather writing slope and adjustable mirror over a series of six small lockable drawers and all supported on a twin pedestal base, with faux drawers to back

Georgian mahogany drop front bureau with fitted interior, the slope front with elaborate parquetry decoration.

Victorian Dickens desk. Mahogany with a sloped writing top with large and small sized drawers

A Regency revival roll topped desk, circa 1900, the mahogany desk with domed roll opening to reveal multiple pigeon holes and drawers with leather embossed writing slope over central frieze drawer with timber stringing flanked by two four drawer pedestals

A George III mahogany kneehole desk, the rectangular top with moulded edge above a single long hinged drawer above a shaped drawer and a central recessed cupboard flanked by conforming three drawer pedestals, raised on bracket feet with recessed castors, t

A fine George III mahogany cylinder top desk, the top retracting to reveal the interior writing section, fitted with a hinged writing slope in green leather, the frieze fitted with two cock beaded drawers supported on square tapering legs, 114 cm wide, 177

An early 20th century Colonial pine clerk's desk, the stepped moulded cornice above three tambour fronted panels enclosing pigeon holes and filing shelves, above a hinged writing slope enclosing a drawer and pigeon holes above seven long drawers, raised on

A Victorian period mahogany secretaire of a type rarely seen with panels of flame mahogany, the secretaire stands on a two doored cupboard and has a mirrored and panelled fall front which opens onto a complex interior with stationery racks and a leather in

Victorian walnut ladies writing table, of serpentine outline with writing slope and glass ink bottles inset with leather, on carved end columns with stretcher and each with carved out swept supports