A Swedish Grace period flamed birch and rosewood pedestal desk with fruitwood inlays, designed by the renowned architect and furniture designer: Carl Malmsten (1888-1972) Produced by A.B Svenska Mobelfabrikerna - Bodafors, Circa 1930-1940. In three parts: the rectangular top above a classic Malmsten style inlaid frieze with three drawers, raised on pedestals with single doors center with brass rings. Shelves on one side pull-out drawers to the other. ending with carved block feet. Metal plaque and stamped.
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