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11/15/2019 07:36 PM
EARLY 19TH CENTURY DROP FRONT DESK
Age. Early 19th century
Composition. Hard wood
Size. 43 high 39 wide 19 deep
Comments. Circa early 1800s desk features dovetail corners on the top, fancy cut bottom panels and the back is made from a pair of 17 wide boards. It has four drawers that are either 3, 4, 5 or 6 deep and have oval brass pulls. The desks interior has a full galley with cubbies as well as drawers and has a pair of pullouts supports that the drop front rest on. The woods finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and a nice warm brown hue. This desk is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has wood wear, small, shallow wood dents/grooves and soiling/stains. The hinges on the drop front have been replaced, it is missing a bail on one of the drawer pulls, there is a small chip on the face of the bottom drawer as seen in our photo and the top has stains as seen in our photo. Needs some work but when done youll have a very nice, vintage desk for your home with lots of room for paperwork and supplies.
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