Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Desks

American Cherry Secretary Desk, Circa 1760+

American Cherry Secretary Desk, Circa 1760+

The warmth of this glowing wood will enhance the ambience of your room as well as showing your good taste for furniture of the "golden era of furniture design". The lid opens to reveal a pigeonhole interior with valanced compartments above small drawers flanking a...

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Fine quality New England nightstand, circa 1800-20s

Fine quality New England nightstand, circa 1800-20s

Fine quality New England nightstand, circa 1800-20s. Legs form turret corners of a case with shallow drawers. Tapered spiral carving leads to diminutive feet. Mahogany with good character. Old splice repair to the middle of the top. Excellent color and old finish. H....

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George III Mahogany Breakfront

George III Mahogany Breakfront

   George III mahogany breakfront, late 18th to early 19th century. All construction is with fine hand cut dovetails, hand planing, square cut nails. Brass locks and proper later oval brass pulls. The desk features green leather with gold embossing. A sublime addition...

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French Country Sophisticate Small Desk in Fruitwood

French Country Sophisticate Small Desk in Fruitwood

French country sophisticate small desk in fruitwood, late 18th to early 19th century, built with a convenient writing slide as well as a side drawer for quills and inks. The top is inlaid with a cross and banding. H. 25.75", w. 26.5", d. 16.5". $675.

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French Bureau de Dame

French Bureau de Dame

  A French bureau de dame, 18th or early 19th century. An elegant and spirited example with a great central floral inlay over herringbone veneers with crossbanding. The drawers repeat the pattern above a scalloped apron. All rests on tall cabriole legs of the Louis XV...

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18th Century Laptop Desk

18th Century Laptop Desk

An 18th century laptop desk in the George III manner. Compact and sophisticated, a shell inlaid lid opens only when the drawer and the roll top are released. Even the tambour top is inlaid. Proper brass lifts and a pull complete the exterior. Inside is a baize writing...

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