An early 19th century Regency mahogany knee-hole writing table.
The table stands on four tapering reeded legs, has one left hand mahogany lined drawer and two dummy drawers all with original gilt brass knob handles.
To each side of the knee hole is a bowed and inlaid door with it’s original knob handle and to the centre of the knee hole a cupboard with a tambour sliding door.
The writing surface has a replaced leather hide with tooled gilt Greek key decorated edges and a mahogany cross banded edge.
The writing surface hinges open to expose a storage area for a washing set and mirror, all of which are now missing.
The writing table is polished at the back so it can free stand and has it’s original brass casters.
The table is in excellent condition with a replaced leather writing surface and the polish has been sympathetically restored. (Circa 1820)
Height 81cm (31.9 inches)
Width 91cm (35.8 inches)
Depth 61cm (24 inches)
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