A mid/late 18th century Continental (possibly Dutch) walnut freestanding desk/table - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
The top consists of a solid walnut top with moulded edge with an integrated brush and slide (ideal for using a laptop or tablet if used as a desk).
The table (desk) has five moulded edge walnut drawers with pine linings, original steel locks and brass handles of a circular design.
The piece has a shaped front and back rail with carved decoration at the bottom which is also carried round to the sides.
The table (desk) has dummy drawers to the opposite side (back) replicating those at the front which makes this a freestanding piece.
The table stands on four tapering flute and stop fluted legs of sophisticated design.
This table is very versatile piece as it could be used as a desk, dressing table or side table.
This piece is in very good condition and can go straight into a home.
Height: 29'' / 74cm
Width: 32.75'' / 83cm
Depth: 20'' / 51cm
brush & slide: width - 15'' / 38cm
depth - 14.5'' / 37cm