A Superb 18th Century Mahogany Chippendale Kneehole Desk of wonderful original colour and condition, retaining original handles, locks and very nicely shaped Ogee bracket feet. The Desk has chamfered fluted corners with fretwork and C scrolls on the centre drawer that are particularly fine and a rare feature. The Drawer linings are in Mahogany with veneered matched Mahogany on the fronts.
Height = 84 cm (33″)
Width = 95 cm (38″)
Depth = 54 cm (21″)
An outstanding George II Mahogany Secretaire Kneehole Desk of small proportions with Superb rich colour and patina. The desk is in original condition retaining the original handles. It is made from finest quality solid Mahogany and the wonderful top remarkably is made from one solid piece. The exceptionally clean linings are in Oak.
A Fine George 1st Figured Walnut Kneehole Desk of small proportions, With quarter veneered and feather banded top. lovely mellow colour. Retaining its original handles escutcheons and locks. The Oak linings are in superb clean condition.
Price £4,200 SOLD
A superbly Figured Walnut Queen Ann Kneehole Desk circa 1710 of small proportions with very good original Oak linings, matched veneers and feather banded throughout. It is quite unusual and a nice feature having all four corners of the top inverted. The handles have been replaced in keeping with the period. The shape of the apron and feet are typical of this early period of English furniture.
A very fine Early 18th century George 1st Cuban Mahogany kneehole Desk of small proportions. The quality of the timber along with the colour and patina make this piece special.
The handles were replaced probably in the late 18th century. The Oak linings are in excellent condition as are the original feet. This piece was made in the early days of the fashion for Mahogany furniture, in later years Mahogany furniture was mass produced and the quality of the timber was mostly inferior as was the craftsmanship.
29″ 1/2 wide