Stunning Maple & Co Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Antique Writing Table

£1,295.00

Constructed By The Renowned Cabinet Makers Maple And Co, This Stunning Writing Table dates from around 1900 in the Edwardian period.

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Stunning Maple & Co Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Antique Writing Table

Constructed By The Renowned Cabinet Makers Maple And Co, This Stunning Writing Table dates from around 1900 in the Edwardian period.  With a green tooled leather writing insert and stationary compartment, two unusually shaped drop leaves, all of which are beautifully crossbanded in satinwood and boxwood and ebony string inlay.  It also has a beautiful decorative brass gallery and a central mahogany lined drawer with brass swan neck handles and key with working lock.  The piece as a whole stands elegantly on shaped legs with castors.

The mahogany has aged to a rich shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 84 cm / 33 inches

Length: 59 cm / 23 inches ( closed )

Length :  108 cm / 42.5 inches ( open )

Depth: 52cm / 20.5 inches

Ref  No : 06036

 

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Delivery within mainland England, Scotland and Wales approx £60 + VAT.

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