A handsome and fine quality Regency period mahogany secretaire bookcase. The upper section has an over-hung cornice with broken pediment and central carved urn and shell inlay, above two astragal glazed doors opening to reveal an arrangement of three adjustable shelves. The top is raised on a chest of drawers base, the top drawer having a fall front opening to reveal a well fitted interior with an arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes, above six oak lined drawers with brass oval back plate handles, raised on ogee bracket feet.

Circa 1820.

Width 48″ (122cm) Depth 22″ (56cm) Height 95″ (241cm)


Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in original structural condition and is completely sound. It has retained its original colour and patina, and the characterful old marks under the polish that might be expected on an item of this age and authenticity. In our opinion, the photographs are representative. There are some minor repairs required to some of the mouldings etc., which will be discussed with the client and undertaken prior to delivery.


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