About the dealer

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)

About the object

A Fine Quality George III Period Mahogany, Satinwood Banded 
And Marquetry Inlaid Library Writing Table, Having Replacement 
Gilt Tooled Leather Inset To Banded Top Over Four False Frieze 
Drawers And Unusually One Drawer To Each End Raised On
Elegant Turned & Reeded Tapering Legs Terminating On 
Original Brass Cup Castors

(A fine quality table of useful proportions that could be used 
as both a desk in an office or study, or a central standing table 
in any other room due to its elegance. It would even work nicely
on the back of a settee or similar and the leather top is perfect
for accommodating a collection of photo frames or similar in this 
scenario. The leather is a modern replacement and suits the table
perfectly which has many fine details including the satinwood
banding, the marquetry inlay to the drawer fronts and the good
quality oak drawer linings. Another exceptional feature is the legs
which are as finely turned and executed as one is ever likely to find.)

Circa 1810

Height - 30in
Width - 50in
Depth - 26.5in

Stock number

8124