Offered by: The Furniture Rooms
Benover Road Kent , England Call Seller 44.779.966.0323


Antique Satinwood Carlton House Desk c1900

$ 4,884
  • Description
    This is a beautiful antique, mahogany and satinwood with ebony string lining Carlton House desk. There are plenty of storage compartments to accommodate all of your stationery. In addition to the ten smaller drawers, there are five larger lockable drawers below. The top has been relined with a fine quality gilt tooled faded green leather inset sliding writing surface. The drawers are all fine cut solid mahogany with hand cut dovetail jonts, the desk has been fully restored and hand polished and is in excellent showroom condition

    Carlton House desk is a specific antique desk form within the more general bureau à gradin form. The carlton House desk form is supposed to have been designed in 1790s for the Prince of Wales (who later became George IV) by George Hepplewhite. It is named after Carlton House, which was at the time the London residence of the Prince of Wales.

    Age: 1900

    Style: English Antique Furniture

    Material: Satinwood

    Origin : UK

    Condition: Excellent

    Restoration; Fully hand polished

    Dimensions: back 95h desk top 77h x 108w x 57d cm
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 1900-1919
    Materials: Satin wood
    Condition: Good. Condition: Excellent Restoration; Fully hand polished
    Styles / Movements: Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 461235
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