Louis XV Bureau de Dame, Late 1700s - Louis XV bureau de dame, late 1700s, in walnut veneers in bold designs. This is an charming French piece with modern functionality that is beautifully finished and polished. The slant front opens to reveal aContinue reading
English Tambour Lid Desk - English tambour lid desk, ca. 1840s, mahogany, of Hepplewhite style. This intriguing desk hides your work in elegant fashion. As the lid rolls up, it reveals an adjustable ratchet movement writing surface with gold embossedContinue reading
Antique English Sheraton Side Table - This antique English Sheraton side table as potential as a desk, dressing table, or sideboard. The top is bounded by a rim over two working drawers on turned legs with a shelf below. Mahogany, ca, 1820s, h. 31.25″,Continue reading
French Poudresse - French poudresse, early 1800s. Directiore period. Walnut. H. 27″, w. 30″, d. 17″. $395.
Continental Knee-hole Desk -  This is an early Continental knee-hole desk, ca. 1710+ with wonderful walnut burl sections surrounded with banding on each drawer. The serpentine molded edge top is richly inset with brown leather with gilt embossing. All is supportedContinue reading
French Chiffoniere - French chiffoniere, ca. 1770, in fruitwood. This three drawer stand has warm tones highlighted by brass ring handles. The tray top is above a case with square tapered legs. This has a bit of separationContinue reading
18th Century English Mahogany Secretary Desk - Small English mahogany secretary desk, late 18th century, with a dentil cornice over a case with glazed doors in a diamond design over a lower case with a drop down lid revealing a pigeon hole interior.Continue reading
French Trictrac Table -     French Trictrac table hidden within an 18th century Louis XVI writing desk. The gold embossed green leather top also reverses to a green felt surface for card games. The game surface is recessed withContinue reading
Petite Louis Provincial Slope Top Desk - This petite Louis provincial slope top desk is of chestnut in a warm walnut color. The top has curving sides with turret corners above a base with quill drawers flanking a shallow apron. The curvaceous legs followContinue reading
Early Georgian Bookcase Bureau, 18th century - Early Georgian bookcase bureau, 18th century. Of walnut with banding and herringbone inlays, this desk is  a model of convenience in any period. The interior contains pigeon holes and small drawers for all manner of deskContinue reading

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