Rosewood Stamped Secretary, Transition style - 1900

20th century
Transition style
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From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Rosewood desk with iron stamping on the back.
    It opens at the waist with a drawer, veneered with butterfly wings and fitted with pearled ring handles with mascaron.
    Below, the flap, veneered in developed wood, is fitted with an original lock with scroll escutcheon and key.
    When open, the compass-mounted flap is darkened with brown leather with spandrels, vignettes and cold pattern.
    The interior, also in rosewood, features six small drawers with chased lens knobs, a central space and a fixed shelf.
    The lower part of the cabinet features a double door, inlaid in the same spirit, with authentic lock, escutcheon and key.
    The lamp base is adorned with a bronze acanthus leaf motif and soup tureen.
    The front jambs, partly molded and highlighted by bronze falls with rosette and acanthus leaf motifs, are flanked by humped feet with openwork clogs.
    The whole piece is topped with a grooved marble top.
    With its interesting dimensions, quality workmanship and wood species, this secretary will fit in easily with your interior.
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    Date : 1900
    Excellent condition.
    Varnished finish
    Delivery possible in France and abroad.
    Dimensions :
    Width : 82 cm
    Depth : 40 cm
    Height: 132 cm

    Ref.170424.2

    Ref: YVT6GNM7WO

    Condition As new
    Style Transition style (Furniture Secretaries of Transition style Style)
    Period 20th century (Furniture Secretaries 20th century)
    Country of origin France
    Width (cm) 82
    Height (cm) 132
    Depth (cm) 40
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France
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