A Louis transitional XVI style tulipwood fall-front bureau, early 20th century, with a red and grey marble top, canted edges, and four drawers with bookend veneers and stringing, a mock drawer fall front opening to a fitted interior with two small drawers
The Sir Cecil Beaton Cbe desk' a fine Louis XVI tulipwood & parquetry bureau En Pupitre, the three quarter pierced gallery top above the tooled leather mounted sloping top, flanked by narrow drawers to the sides above the front tambour shutters enc
French Louis XV style cylinder top bureau, with marquetry inlay, ormolu mounts, a drawer and cylinder type desk with pull out writing surface and various internal drawers and shelf, 83 cm wide, 53 cm deep, 103 cm high
A William and Mary oak fall-front writing bureau, circa 1,700, with moulded facings and brass escutcheons, 105 cm high, 87 cm wide, 55 cm deep. Provenance: purchased from Seven Creeks Estate, Euroa, Leonard Joel, October 1973, Lot 564, illustrated page 25
Stunning 18th century Italian Louis XVI style knee hole bureau, set with a rectangular top with inlay and cross banded borders, sliding open to reveal compartments, above a central faux drawer flanked by two pairs of drawers in inlay borders, raised on tap
A Georgian fall front bureau in mahogany, four graded drawers with swan neck handles. The fall opening to fitted interior of pigeon holes and small drawers and a cupboard. Height 107 cm, width 110 cm, depth 58 cm.
A 18th century Dutch figured walnut bureau, of bombe form, with a fall front and raised on paw feet, the whole decorated with foliate marquetry inlay. Provenance: from the Estate Judith Blennerhassett Williams, purchased 1955 in London.
A modernist teak bureau with pigeonholes and writing slide, below three long drawers on turned legs, 100 cm high, 92 cm wide, 40 cm deep. Purchased in the late 1950s. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.
Late Victorian cylinder writing desk. Exterior extensively decorated with floral and scroll marquetry. Galleried top over three external drawers. Cylinder top opens to bureau containing pigeon holes, three internal drawers and felt inset sliding writing su
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
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