Gothic revival oak partner desk, c. 1880, the rectangular top with inset gilt tooled brown leather writing surface over a carved frieze, above twin pedestals with panelled doors, height 75 cm width 143 cm depth 100 cm
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 c.1900 American oak roll-top desk, mid-sized with traditional S-form tambour roll enclosing a fitted interior, raised on two pedestals each with four drawers, central frieze drawer, panelled sides. 122 x 76 x 116 cm
A George II rare burr walnut forefront bureau of small proportions, feather banded detail, the interior with a mirrored central door flanked by secret column slides and further pigeonholes and a combination of six drawers, the base with full width top draw
A George III mahogany and oak bureau, circa 1,800, of typical form, the fall enclosing a baize-lined writing surface and an arrangement of small drawers above two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, the fall and drawers with inlaid decoration an
Arts & Crafts oak Gothic revival desk with inset green baize top, two frieze drawers, cupboard to one side enclosed by carved foliate panel door, twin spiral fluted uprights to the opposite end joined by a plain stretcher, original brass lock plates
A rare George III oak country knee-hole desk, with a single drawer across the top, three small deep drawers either side and a cupboard door in the centre on brass H-hinges, the plain top with thumbnail moulded edge and bracket feet. The brass ring handles
An antique Gothic styled oak two person library desk, 19th century, the library or student desk of sloping form with fleur-de-lys finials, the top with provision for writing implements, four small drawers with brass plates and swing handles and raised on k
An Italian Renaissance style oak pedestal desk, with a rectangular leather inset top, above three frieze drawers to either side, each pedestal with a single carved panelled door to each side, carved with hunting trophies, mask heads and leaf tip borders, 1
A carved Chippendale style oak pedestal desk, circa 1920s, the English made desk with a felted top and relief carved edging above a frieze drawer and pedestals each with fleur de lys embellishments and cast brass swing handles and shaped plates, a gadroon
An Edwardian oak, roll top action, Cutler style desk, early 20th century. the desk has a roll-top sliding door action with interior drawers and stationery compartments. the base has twin pedestal drawers with pull out writing shelves, with makers label Ang
A George III country oak fall front bureau, the fitted interior with a combination of ten drawers below seven pigeon holes, two with secret drawers, all above four full width graduated drawers, swing handles, bracket feet. 92.5 cm x 51 cm x 101 cm
An Art Deco oak bureau, British, circa 1930, the fall front revealing tooled leather panel and inset pigeon holes and drawers above two proud cupboards with central carved floral motif, on stylised paw feet, 76 cm width x 48 cm depth x 106 cm height.
A fine antique French kingwood Bonheur-de-jour, 19th century, of transitional rococo style, the parquetry horseshoe shaped desk with a shaped timber gallery and conforming shelves to a central marble topped pedestal with two small drawers above a leather w
An antique oak pedestal desk in the Gothic/Jacobean manner, 19th century, having a tooled and extendable green leather top above a central drawer flanked by pedestals each with two drawers with gothic strap brass pull handles above two tiers of open shelvi
A small oak three drawer lady's desk, early 20th century, of pleasing design, the shallow desk with a simple top, relief carved with foliate motifs to a frieze drawer flanked by a pair of bold sunflower style carved drawers, all with brass ring pull handle
An American oak, roll top Cutler desk, early 20th century. The desk has a roll-top sliding door action with interior drawers and stationery compartments. The base has twin pedestal drawers with pull out writing shelves, with makers label: 'Cutler'. Height
A rare and important Japanese oak pedestal desk designed by Walter Burley Griffin for Newman College, University of Melbourne, circa 1917, with original pull out slides and timber handles, stamped James Moore and Sons, City Road, Melbourne, 79 cm high, 213
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