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The Shrubland Park Georgian Period Mahogany Free Standing Writing/Library Table

Origin England
Period 18th Century
Materials Mahogany.
Dimensions
W. 53.54 in; H. 29.53 in; D. 29.13 in;
W. 135.99 cm; H. 75.01 cm; D. 73.99 cm;
Condition Excellent.
Creation Date 1790
Description England c.1790.

This Superb Freestanding Georgian Library Mahogany Writing Desk/Library Table has a Wonderful Natural Patina and is Crossbanded in Carefully Selected Tulipwood Veneers and is a Rare Example of the Finest English Craftmanship of the Eighteenth Century. First rate construction using the finest of timbers with elegant tulipwood cross bandings and boxwood inlays with a natural and honest patina, and with a pedigree of a fine country house set this table high on the agenda for museum or collector alike. A bonus is the original writing leather in wonderful state. Note: Centre Drawer with additional writing slide.

Provenance
Purchased from the Library Shrubland Park Suffolk England. Home to Baronet Middleton.

"Possibly the Finest and Grandest House in Britain"

Literature: Norman Adams English 18th C Furniture for its almost exact Pair (undoubtably by the same maker) now in the Bank Of England Collection.

Signed: English Furniture of the period hardly ever signed.
Styles / Movements Georgian
Incollect Reference Number 337692
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