Posts filed under Type: Desks & Bureaus

Queen Anne Walnut Escritoire


A Queen Anne Walnut and Feather banded Escritoire

With reverse ogee moulded cornice above a cushion frieze drawer, over a fall enclosing four secret drawers behind two pull out compartments comprising six pigeon holes, with eleven drawers below and a gilt tooled leather inset writing slope to the underside of the fall, above two short and two long drawers, on large bun feet.

112 x 50.5 x 164 cm (44 x 19 1/2 x 64 1/2 "  (width x depth x height ) 



George I Walnut Bureau

George I Walnut Bureau 

In beautiful condition with, on the interior nine pigeon holes, three longer drawers above and one below and four smaller drawers below. A substantial and genuine piece of antique furniture, of exceptional colour. 

Height 107cm, Width 92cm, Depth 55cm



Edwardian Carlton House Writing Desk

A beautiful Satin wood Carlton House Desk circa. 1905

Height 96cm Width 130cm Depth 60cm


This very fine example of a Carlton House desk typically has the u shaped drawer arrangement around the sitter, no pigeon holes and the typical sloping curves to the right and left. Making this a very fine example of the specific Carlton House writing table type. 

The Carlyon House desk is believed to have been designed for The Prince of Wales in the Eighteenth Century by George Hepplewhite and named after the Prince's residence of the time Carlton House.