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Desks & Writing Furniture

  • A Fine End Support Table Firmly Attributed to Gillows of Lancaster
  • Porcelain mounted Bureau Plat in the Manner of Edward Holmes Baldock
  • A Fine Georgian Davenport In the Manner of Gillows
  • A Fine Low Countries Escritoire from the late Seventeenth Century
  • A Fine Writing Table in the Manner of Gillows of Lancaster
  • Marquetry Bureau Plat in the Louis XVth Manner
  • A Fine Library Desk
  • A Fine Pair of Pedestal Desks in the Regency Manner
  • A Very Fine Writing Desk Firmly Attributed to Wright & Mansfield
  • An Antique Mahogany Pedestal Desk by Hamptons
  • Magnificent Oak Partner’s Desk made in the Gothic Manner
  • George III Mahogany Partners Desk
  • An Elegant Example of a Writing Table of the George IV Period
  • A Marquetry and Gilt Bronze Secretaire by Rogie after the original in the Wallace Collection
  • A Georgian Writing Table by Gillow
  • Marquetry Antique Library Table by Howard & Sons
  • A Magnificent Cartonnier in the Louis XVI Manner after the Original Creation Made by Simon Oeben
  • A Magnificent Bonheur du Jour of Exhibition Quality Attributed to Holland & Sons
  • An Antique Mahogany Oval Partners Desk
  • An Exceptionally Rare Secrétaire, After the J.H. Riesener Example in The Wallace Collection
  • A Louis XVI Centre Writing Table in the Aesthetic Taste, Firmly Attributed to Holland & Son
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XV Manner By François Linke
  • A Library Centre Table in the Louis XVI Manner
  • An Oak Pedestal Desk After a Design by Thomas Chippendale
  • A Fine Bureau Plat in the Manner of André-Charles Boulle
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XV Style
  • An Exceptional Marquetry Writing Table Davenport
  • A French Bureau Plat Painted in the Vernis Martin Style
  • A Bureau Plat in the Louis XIV Manner By Toms and Luscombe
  • A Pedestal Desk in the French Empire Manner
  • A Davenport of Rare Form
  • An Ebonised Writing Desk
  • A Library Table in the Adam Manner Almost Certainly by Maple & Company