Antique Desks

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17th Century Italian Renaissance Cassone

Rare untouched 17th Century renaissance cassone from Florence, Italy. Walnut with inlays in olive- and satinwood. Lock, key and iron fittings. Everything untouched for 400 years, with a fantastic patina.

19th Century Chinese Qing Dynasty Coffee Table With Original Lacquer

Elegant Chinese coffee table with original black and red lacquer. Table top with beautiful natural age-related patina. The apron and legs elaborately carved, black and red lacquer. From Fujian Province, China, 1840-1850. Original condition with clear lacquer finish.

19th Century Swedish Gustavian Style Chest Of Drawers

Chest of drawers, Gustavian style. Painted in blue shades. Tabletop blue-gray marbled. 3 drawers. Upper drawer with ‘à la grecque’

20th Century Danish Bookcase With Glass Showcase On Top

Freestanding bookcase with glass showcase on top. Pair of sliding doors from shelf side. Denmark circa 1950. Made to order, one of a kind.

A Qing Chinese Black And Green Lacquer Altar Table. Shandong 1830-1840

A Qing Chinese Altar table with everted ends on the top, square legs with stretchers. Original lacquer, black with green lacquer top. Natural age-related patina which is highlighted by a light clear lacquer finish. Shandong Province, China, 1830-1840.

British Military Campaign Mahogany Chest Of Drawers

A fine English military officer’s Campaign chest. Flame mahogany with a beautiful grain. Two short drawers over three long drawers sitting on bracket feet. Accented with original brass hardware and carrying handles. Key of later date. England 1840-1860.

Chinese Black Lacquer Coffee Table With Bamboo Inlaid

Chinese black lacquer coffee table. The top with bamboo wicker inlaid. Attractive patina throughout with lots of charming evidences of age and wears. China c. 1900.

Danish Black Lacquer Writing Desk

Freestanding desk in high-gloss black lacquered mahogany. The front includes drawers and a door, shelves to the opposite side of the desk. Adorned with an all around brass trim. This desk is raised by eight legs with brass foot caps. Denmark 1950-1955.

Freestanding Qing Dynasty Black Lacquer Sideboard

Black lacquer sideboard with multiple drawers and two doors. From Hebei c. 1880-1900. This sidebord is perfectly useable as a freestanding centerpiece given the depth: 68 cm / 26,8 in.

Frits Henningsen Mahogany Writing Desk, Circa 1940s

A Danish mahogany writing table by Frits Henningsen, furniture designer and cabinet maker (1889-1965). Mahogany desk on tapered legs. Apron with three drawers, middle drawer with built-in pen tray. This desk is a classic example of Henningsen's elegant clean lines and use of quality woods with perfect balanced craftsmanship. A rectangular top with with molded edge above three drawers raised on square tapered legs. Denmark c. 1940s.

Jacob Kjaer Mahogany Writing Desk

Mahogany writing desk. We have reason to believe that the table is made by Danish Cabinetmaker Jacob Kjær (1896-1957). 4 drawers, table top with raised curved edge, brass details and endings to the feet. Very fine quality craftsmanship. Copenhagen, Denmark c. 1950.

Late 19th Century Spanish Colonial Side Table Crafted In Narra Hardwood

Side table crafted in Narra hardwood. The rectangular top is made of one piece of wood raised on square tapering legs. God patina. From the Philippines, late 19th century. Narra is the national tree of the Philippines and a tropical hardwood tree, often referred to as Philippine Mahogany, and is today classified as a protected wood species.