Rare small stepped children's desk in solid oak - late 19th century

19th century
Other style
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Charming oak desk with a recessed tier at the top. The latter has a top with a scalloped rim and consists of 4 small drawers carved with leaves and flowers opening with a chiseled brass button.
    On the desk, a sliding shelf pulls out to enlarge the work surface. It is trimmed in the center of a beautiful brown leather with central vignette and golden frieze.
    Underneath, a large, relief-shaped drawer is embellished with a beautifully crafted key and an original lock. It is framed engraved with stars in its corners.
    The whole is supported by four soberly turned legs.
    This lovely little child's desk will seduce you with its rarity and originality.

    Period: Late 19th century

    Excellent condition after restoration in our workshop. Waxed finish only.

    Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specializing in furniture transport.

    Maximum height: 77 cm
    Maximum width: 59 cm
    Maximum depth: 39 cm

    Ref: 0NEYAH7G07

    Style Other style (Office Furniture of Other style Style)
    Century 19th century (Office Furniture 19th century)
    Width (cm) 59
    Height (cm) 77
    Depth (cm) 39
    Materials Oak 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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