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Gillows kidney shaped ladies desk in mahogany and rosewood

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Gillows kidney shaped ladies desk in mahogany and rosewood
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A fine kidney shaped mahogany and rosewood, brass inlaid ladies writing desk or dressing table. The brass bound top fitted with a central shaped frieze drawer. The undertier with a pierced brass swag cast gallery supported on four turned legs with fluted feet terminating in brass cappings and castors.

The original Victorian circa 1850 attributed to Gillows of London. From a Private Collection.

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Size Information Inches | CM

Width: 38 inches  |  Depth: 21¼ inches  |  Height: 29¾ inches

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