Antique Partners and Pedestal
18th Century George III Period Antique Estate Desk
18th century George III period mahogany estate desk. The estate desk was originally intended for use without a chair, so makes a very useful bedroom piece to use as a dessing table with mirror on top if there is no room for a chair, or as a small sideboard for the dining room as it is the perfect height at which to stand to serve.
English circa 1790 £2,800
George I Period Early 18th Century Walnut Desk
Early 18th century George I period desk made of quarter cut burr walnut with feather banding around the drawers. Desks of this height are sometimes referred to as an estate desk as they were designed to be stood at, but it could equally have been designed for use as a sideboard in the dining room or as a dressing table. This is a very good example of this period of pre-mahogany cabinet making. The hand made construction is very fine, with oak lined drawers, proper dovetails, feather banding and a double moulded edge around the drawer surround rather than on the drawers themselves. There are seven drawers as well as a cupboard set in the central recess. The walnut has faded to a lovely golden colour and the piece has achieved a good deep patina.
English circa 1720 £4,800
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89cm / 35" wide
52cm / 20½" deep
79cm / 31" high
Antique Pedestal Partners Desk
Good large scale antique partners pedestal desk. This desk has drawers both sides, plenty of knee room and patented warranted locks made by Mordan & Co of Finsbury in London. They look at bit like Brahma locks. The drawers are graduated with the larger ones lower down and they have proper dove tailed construction. The green leather top is probably not original but is old enough to have a good patina.
English circa 1820 £7,800
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Antique Pedestal Desk
Antique desk made of good dense mahogany with interesting figuring in the grain. Drawers one side and finished on the reverse.
English circa 1840 £3,800
Mahogany antique desk
Antique desk made of exceptionally fine mahogany with concave front and old green skiver. The quality and construction of this desk are second to none, slide open the drawers and check out the dovetails inside.
English circa 1770 £3,600
Oak antique pedestal desk
Antique pedestal desk made of very dense grained oak. This desk is extremely well made with precision construction in every aspect of the design. There are drawers on one side and the desk is properly finished to the reverse so that it can stand alone as well as against a wall. Two of the drawers have interesting interiors, one of which has a lift out divided section with wooded cover over the top. The cover closes automatically when the drawer is closed. The leather can be conserved or replaced to your specification.
English 1840 £2,850
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33 1/2" deep
Antique pen and ink tray
Most excellent antique pen and ink tray made of ebony and with ebonised sections and extensive brass inlay all round this is a really fine quality desk top accessory for the discerning modern gentleman who wants people to know he can afford the best and that only the best will do. English circa 1815 £1250
19th century mahogany antique pedestal desk
Good early nineteenth century antique pedestal desk made of nice well figured mahogany. It has been stripped (not sanded) and is ready for repolishing. The leather was not original and has been removed. Handles have been removed for polishing and will be replaced after polishing is completed. Timber looks nice when polished £500
Maple antique desk
This desk dates from 1840 and had worn out skiver, so choose any colour leather for the top that you like.
Also useful as a dressing table, it is made of the most beautiful wood called "birds eye" maple which has a pattern of small knots like birds eyes throughout. This one is designed to stand against a wall, and had a gallery around the top to prevent all your stuff falling off the back and sides £2,250
126cm wide x 57cm deep x 75cm high
49.5" wide x 22.5" deep x 29.5" high to the surface
Mahogany antique partners desk
Mahogany partners desk, with drawers one side of the pedestals and cupboards the other and drawers both sides of the top, with fine faded patina old tooled leather, and with generous 25" knee clearance, English c. 1835 £6,800
60" wide x 37" deep x 32" tall