Antique Mahogany Partners Desk
This handsome mid 19th century antique partners desk has well figured mahogany timbers throughout.
It is stamped marked for the furniture dealer 'James Winter of Wardour Street, London' known to be trading between 1823 and 1870.
It has benefitted from professional restoration and has a hand dyed green leather writing surface with gilt and blind tooling
surrounded by a band of mahogany and a 'thumb moulded' edge.
The top is fitted with mahogany lined drawers with hand cut dovetail joints, original locks and turned wooden knobs.
The pedestals are each fitted with three drawers to the front and cupboards to the reverse.
One cupboard has a shelf and the other has folio slots.
As with all good pedestal desks it is made in tree sections, the top and two pedestals, for ease of movement and installation.
This good quality well proportioned antique partners desk has recently been professionally cleaned and polished and has a very attractive mahogany colour.
It would look make a good focal point in any traditional or contemporary office or study area.
Width: 60 inches - 152cm
Depth: 40 inches - 102cm
Height to top: 29.5 inches - 75cm
Height to knee hole: 23 inches - 59cm
Width of knee hole: 23 inches - 59cm