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American Made, Not Highly Produced, Hand Rubbed finish, Hand Picked Crotched Mahogany. This table is 52″ inches wide, 13 FT long including 3- 24 inch leaves. This table’s design: Tulip Wood inlays, Prima Vera surrounding a fabulous field of Swirled, Crotched, Mahogany, it has a 3 bead edge.
18th century Dutch mahogany book case secretary. Towering 9 ft high, this exquisite mahogany bureau was hand-crafted in the Netherlands around 1780. Over the centuries, the mahogany has developed a beautiful patina, so that it now displays a deep, lustrous complexion and a highly pronounced grain. As fine as this exquisite wood appears, the design itself is also quite striking: The interior of the desk thus reveals a series of drawers Neoclassic urns on the front on the doors and slant front secretary door and drawers. The bombe chest/bureau section is spectacular with the carved apron, scroll feet, and brass pulls adorn each of the exterior drawers, which feature hand-cut dovetails and a key is included which locks the drawers. It measures a huge 108″H x 22″D x 55″W. This will be the most statement making piece in the room.
Origin, Vienna Austria. Ca. 1830. This is by far the finest Period example we have had in nearly 15 years in business. This incredibly fine Recamier was purchased and refinished in Germany in 1998 from Manfred Ehrl, one of the most acclaimed antiquarians. Imported to the US in 2005. Museum Quality. No wood worm or damage on this superbly constructed Walnut Frame. Back can be easily removed for more open look.