Tempora mutantur, times change, but we see that the classics endure in these gems from the 18th century, the “golden era” of furniture taste, design, and execution.
Chippendale type mahogany secretary desk, circa 1760+, with separate bookcase top. You can look forward to filling the upper section with your favorite books and collections. The desk below has pigeon holes, hidden file drawers, a prospect door and drawers, all on bracket feet below. English.
H. 83.5″, w. 40.5″, d. 23″.
A major acquisition at a most tempting figure. $2950.