Edwardian Mahogany and Inlaid Small Kneehole Desk – PJ1152

An attractive and good quality Edwardian mahogany kneehole desk or dressing table in the Georgian manner, the rectangular top having decorative satinwood banding, above a full width drawer, above a knee-hole with recessed cupboard, flanked by three graduated drawers to either side. The desk is raised on bracket feet. All drawers feature brass drop handles with pierced backplates. Unusually, this desk features a polished mahogany back, allowing it to free-stand in a room if so desired, rather than having to be place against a wall.

Circa 1910.

Height 30″ (76cm) Width 31″ (79cm) Depth 19″ (48cm)

£425

Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in original structural condition and is completely sound. The polish has been revived, by our own craftsmen, by hand in the traditional manner. There are some minor old marks commensurate with age and use; in our opinion the photographs are representative.