Large, freestanding five-drawer mahogany desk with elaborate marquetry inlay a
There is a reserved elegance to this mahogany writing desk from England. The clean lines, slightly tapered legs capped with brass feet and 3 smooth running drawers all add to the distinctive classic style of this desk.
Beautiful English campaign style Desk with brass drawer pulls, brass casters and threaded legs that unscrew from the top. Constructed of elm, a mahogany colored finish has been applied to the wood.
This lovely and elegant French antique bureau plat or writing table has a variety of veneers with 3 working drawers. The decorative brass ormalu and hardware is all original and create the "look" that made these French desks famous for their fashion around the world.
This Italian writing desk circa 1880 is covered with incredible inlays of exotic woods, producing a wonderful presence. The 5 working drawers on the front of the desk are repeated in an outline of decorative inlays on the back of the desk.
The aged dark red mahogany compliments the clean mid-century style in this free standing desk with locking drawers and original brass pulls. A few unique features are the drawers and drop down cabinet doors on the back.
Antique Danish Baroque oak table, circa 1860-1880
This table features tapered legs. a deep apron with two drawers, and applied carving to the front.
Antique Danish renaissance Revival table made of oak, circa 1880. The heavily carved apron is flanked by applied masks at each corner while the carved bulbous legs are connected by a molded stretcher. This could be used as a small dining table or as a gentleman or lady's desk.
Simple and elegant, this Swedish drop leaf table is made from a rich yellow birch that glows with depth and character. Of special note are the stylized paw feet and the flame birch sides and book matched top, a more expensive addition at the time.
It is the vibrant aqua blue color that draws attention to this fun old farm table from Sweden. Upon closer examination(refer to photos), you will see a base layer of blue, with areas painted over with green and where both layers are worn off the natural pine below.