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Material: Leather
Hand Carved Whitewashed Desk or Console in the Manner of John Dickenson
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Impressive mid century modern writing desk or console table having whitewashed carved wood with lattice pattern and finished on top with leather and chrome. Chunky legs with Asian f...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Chrome

Jacques Adnet, Leather-topped Mahogany Desk with Bronze Details, France, 1955
Located in New York, NY
Provenance: Palais des Consuls de Rouen. Bibliography: For an illustration of these pieces, see: Rouen, le Palais des Consuls. Presentation booklet. 26. For an illustration of these...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Bronze

Louis XVI Ormolu-Mounted Tulipwood and Amaranth Bureau Plat
By Philippe Claude Montigny
Located in Kittery Point, ME
In the style of Montigny (Philippe-Claude Montigny, mai^tre in 1770), the rectangular tooled leather-lined top surrounded with a later ormolu border, above two frieze drawers and sim...
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18th Century and Earlier French Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Bronze

Contemporary Desk in Solid Oak and Blackened Steel Legs by Carbonell Design
Located in Miami, FL
The contemporary 'Saddle' desk is made with a solid white oak top and blackened steel legs. Standard overall dimensions are 80 W x 32D x 29.75 H. The natural edge saddle leather is o...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Cut Steel

Art Deco German Curved Desk in Walnut
Located in Houston, TX
Elegant German Art Deco Desk is made out of walnut wood. Has slightly curved top with leather insert in the middle. There is thin keyed drawer. Desk is supported by 2 wide rectangula...
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1940s German Art Deco Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Walnut

Secret Desk Cabinet
Located in Paris, FR
Desk Cabinet Secret with structure and 2 doors in solid walnut in natural finish outside and with maple inserts inside in natural finish. Internal elements and base in metal in matt...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Metal

Organic Modern Castelo Desk, Green Marble Brass, Handmade Portugal by Greenapple
Located in Lisboa, PT
Castelo Desk, Contemporary Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Greenapple. Designed by Rute Martins for the Contemporary Collection, the Castelo modern desk table pays h...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Marble, Brass

Modern Chiado Console Table, Red Leather, Stone, Handmade Portugal by Greenapple
Located in Lisboa, PT
Chiado Console, Contemporary Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Greenapple. The Chiado console table honors Lisbon’s historic quarter, cap...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Granite, Onyx, Marble, Brass

Modern by Giuseppe Carpanelli Pegaso Writing Desk Walnut Wood with Leather
Located in Desio, IT
Writing desk in Canaletta walnut with large drawer with push and pull mechanism, small drawers with metal handles in the upper part. Legs in solid wood in Canaletta walnut tone. Top ...
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2010s Italian Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Walnut

Guillerme & Chambron Writing Desks in Oak and Leather
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Guillerme et Chambron for Votre Maison, writing desks, oak, leather, France, 1960s. This set of desks is designed by the renowned French duo Guillerme et Chambron. This design holds...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Oak

Modern by Giuseppe Carpanelli Desyo Writing Desk Walnut Wood with Leather
Located in Desio, IT
Writing desk in Canaletto walnut. Pen-holder and predisposition for electrical outlets. Upholstery of drawers and basement available in leather, Nabu...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Walnut

Modern Castelo Console Table, Sahara Marble, Handmade in Portugal by Greenapple
Located in Lisboa, PT
Castelo Console, Contemporary Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Greenapple. Designed by Rute Martins for the Contemporary Collection, th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Marble, Onyx, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel

Modern Castelo Console Table, Sahara Marble, Handmade in Portugal by Greenapple
Located in Lisboa, PT
Castelo console, Contemporary Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Greenapple. Designed by Rute Martins for the Contemporary Collection, th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Marble, Onyx, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel

Modern Castelo Console Table, Onyx Stone, Handmade in Portugal by Greenapple
Located in Lisboa, PT
Castelo Console, Contemporary Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Greenapple. Designed by Rute Martins for the Contemporary Collection, th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Marble, Onyx, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel

Dakota Jackson French Art Deco Postmodern Mahogany Executive Partners Desk 96"
Located in Dayton, OH
Vintage Dakota Jackson post modern Art Deco style executive partners desk featuring mahogany with leather insert and stainless steel frame. A V-Shape pattern veneer top with Black Leather inset. 2 pedestal cabinets below: each with 2 standard drawers and 1 file drawer, front and back. Polished Stainless Steel drawer pulls, post, floor plates, and arced trestle supporting desktop. DJ Chelsea Black Leather, Polished Polyresin finish. Dakota Jackson (born August 24, 1949) is an American furniture designer known for his eponymous furniture brand, Dakota Jackson, Inc.,[1] his early avant-garde works involving moving parts or hidden compartments,[2][3] and his collaborations with the Steinway & Sons piano company.[1] Jackson helped establish the art furniture movement in 1970s SoHo,[4][5] later becoming a celebrity designer in the 1980s.[6][7][8] His background in the world of stage magic helped him get his first commissions and is often cited as the source of his point-of-view.[6][9] Early life Dakota Jackson was born on August 24, 1949, and grew up in the Rego Park neighborhood of Queens, New York. Stage Magic Jackson's father, Jack Malon, was a professional magician.[10] Mr. Malon learned the trade from his own father, who studied stage magic in early 20th century Poland.[1] Jackson began studying magic at a young age and sometimes performed with his father.[11] Jackson's name, in fact, grew out of a road trip to Fargo, North Dakota.[11] Throughout his adolescence and into his early 20s, Jackson immersed himself in the world of magic.[2] In 1963, Jackson began to perform in talent shows at his junior high school, William Cowper JHS 73 (which is known today as The Frank Sansivieri Intermediate School),[12] and at children's birthday parties.[13] Jackson also began to build his own props, including large boxes for sawing a woman in half and small boxes from which doves would emerge in full flight.[11] Jackson acknowledges the importance of these early experiences with magic to his later career as a furniture designer: "The demands of performance taught me how to discipline myself to achieve aesthetic ends."[1][2][14] After Jackson graduated from Forest Hills High School in 1967, he continued performing as a magician, working in art galleries, night clubs, touring in the Catskills, and giving private performances at society events.[2][13][15] When he was 17, Jackson had studied with magician Jack London to learn the dangerous bullet catch trick.[16] "What appealed to me was the notion of doing things that appeared miraculous" Jackson once recalled.[6] "I was interested in spiritualism. I was interested in things like bullet catching, things that really challenged individual sensibilities, that were frightening, on the edge."[2] He didn't find the opportunity to perform the trick publicly until a decade later at Jackson's final professional performance as a magician.[1] It was documented in Andy Warhol's Interview (magazine), in a story titled "Dakota Jackson bites the bullet."[1][16] Jackson admits that he sometimes tires of references to his magician background, although he acknowledges it as an important part of his history.[2] The Downtown Arts Scene In the late 1960s, Jackson moved into a loft on 28th Street in Chelsea.[1][17] Jackson became part of the Downtown scene, a community of "artists, dancers, performers, and musicians" who moved to the neighborhood for the cheap rent and social life.[1][8][17][18] In October 1970, Jackson performed with the Japanese group Tokyo Kid Brothers at New York's La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club (also known as Café La MaMa) in a rock musical production called "Coney Island Play" ("Konī airando purē).[19] The show explored themes of cross-cultural communication and understanding[19] and was a follow up to the group's debut performance of "The Golden Bat" at La MaMa earlier that summer.[20][21][22] Jackson played the part of a "clever conjurer."[19] Over the next few years, Jackson became interested in minimalist dance and performed in the dance companies of Laura Dean and Trisha Brown.[2][15][23] Jackson credits his exposure to minimalism and minimalist dance in particular as having had a strong influence on his approach to design; in 1989, Jackson told the Los Angeles Times: For me the essential fineness of a design is in the idea, not the object itself ... In minimalism, the object is pared down to its basic meaning by stripping away all the excrescence ... —those elements that do not contribute to the pure idea.[24] Design career In the early 1970s, as he experimented with performance and dance, Jackson began branching out as a special effects consultant to other magicians, film producers, and musicians[2][23] such as Donna Summer.[6][9] The loft also gave Jackson an opportunity to apply his creativity and building skills: "These were times when lofts were not ... luxury condominiums. These were tough, tough raw spaces ... and we artists, bohemians, creative people, we created our environment. So I had to build".[17][25] Recognizing his skills as a builder, Jackson decided to shift away from performance and become a full-time maker.[1][15][17] He began making a variety of objects, including furnishings for other artists and magic boxes with hidden compartments for art collectors and galleries.[17][24] Jackson's social connections helped spread word about his work[15] and this led to his first commissions.[1] Early Commissions Desk for John Lennon by Dakota Jackson In 1974, Jackson's career as a designer began when Yoko Ono asked him to build a desk with hidden compartments for husband John Lennon.[26] "She wanted to make a piece of furniture that would be a mystical object; that would be like a Chinese puzzle," Jackson recalled in a 1986 interview published in the Chicago Tribune.[6] The result was a small cubed-shaped writing table with rounded corners reminiscent of Art Deco era style.[15] Touching secret pressure points opened the desk's compartments.[23] This commission helped build Jackson's reputation and allowed him to merge his experience as a magician and performer with his developing interest in furniture.[27] In 1978, a bed designed for fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg garnered Jackson even more notoriety.[8][10][28] [29] Called "The Eclipse", the bed was described in The New Yorker as "large, astounding, sumptuous, with sunbursts of cherry wood and quilted ivory satin at head and foot."[10] A lighting system positioned behind the headboard switched on automatically at sunset and spread out rays of light "like an aurora borealis,"[2][17] which grew brighter and brighter until turning off at 2 am.[23][30] Commissions like these continued to come in[8] and Jackson soon became known as a designer to the rich and famous.[30] Some of his other clients from this period included songwriter Peter Allen, Saturday Night Live creator and producer Lorne Michaels, Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner, and soap opera actress Christine Jones.[8] The American Art Furniture Movement and the Industrial Style In the late 1970s, Jackson was among a small group of artists and artisans producing and exhibiting hand-made furniture in New York.[5][31] Jackson and his peers were part of the "American Art Furniture Movement," a group sometimes called the "Art et Industrie Movement,"[32] named after the leading art furniture gallery of the era,[32] Art et Industrie, founded by Rick Kaufmann in 1976.[33] In a 1984 Town & Country article titled "Art You Can Sit On," Kaufmann said he created the gallery to "serve as a locus to the public for artists and designers creating new decorative arts."[31] The works on display were "radical objects" that drew from a number of fine art traditions, including "Pop, Surrealism, Pointillism and Dada [which were] "thrown together with the severe lines of the Bauhaus and the Russian avant-garde, mixed with Mondrian's color and filtered through a video sensibility—all to create a new statement."[31] The article described Jackson as a "ten-year veteran of the genre" and pointed to the "clean forms and quiet colors" of his furniture.[4] Jackson showed a variety of industrial-looking lacquer, metal, and glass works at Art et Industrie, including his Standing Bar (also known as the Modern Bar),[33] a lacquered cabinet that Jackson designed in 1978 for his wife (then-girlfriend) RoseLee Goldberg.[13] Other works from this period include the T-Bird Desk, Self-Winding Cocktail Table, and the Saturn Stool...
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Late 20th Century Art Deco Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Stainless Steel

Great English partner desk, writing desk, mahogany
Located in Berlin, DE
Great English partner desk, desk 1870, mahogany Solid mahogany, partially veneered. Three-drawer frame profiled on both sides, slightly protruding table top. Writing surface decorat...
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20th Century English Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Hans Von Klier For Skipper Executive Desk And Credenza, Italy, 1970s
Located in ABCOUDE, UT
Impressive executive desk and matching credenza designed by Hans von Klier in the 1970s. A striking combination of differently textured materials in three colors makes this desk an i...
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1960s Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Chrome

Antique Victorian Writing Table / Desk
Located in London, GB
A smart and very useful antique Victorian writing table / desk. This was made in England, it dates from around the 1860-1880 period. I...
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1860s British High Victorian Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

Louis XVI Style French Writing Desk
Located in Austin, TX
Writing desk from France in the Louis XVI style. This piece has been ebonized and finished with a lustrous French polish of museum-quality. There are four dovetailed drawers each wit...
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1910s French Louis XVI Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

French Louis XV Bureau Plat Desk or Writing Table with Embossed Leather
Located in Hopewell, NJ
An outstanding French Louis XV desk having embossed leather top and a faux front on its back so will look lovely in the center of any room. The writing desk has three spacious drawer...
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Early 1900s French Louis XV Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

19th century Art Nouveau Secessionist leather and mahogany writing table
Located in Malton, GB
This is a very high quality 20th century mahogany and leather writing desk. It dates to the late 19th century and looks to have strong influence from the Secessionist movement which ...
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19th Century Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Mahogany

Vintage Walnut and Oak Leather Top Desk
Located in London, GB
A very stylish and well made vintage walnut and oak leather top desk. This was made in England, it dates from around the 1950-60’s. It is beautifully designed and is of superb quali...
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1950s British Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Oak, Walnut

Guillerme et Chambron Oak and Leather Mid-Century French Desk
Located in London, GB
A Guillerme et Chambron petite desk. Oak and leather. France, c1960s. Single drawer to the underside. A delicate design, which will fit into a smaller space. Good vintage co...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Oak

Arthur Brett English Traditional Mahogany Tooled Leather Top Executive Desk 72"
Located in Dayton, OH
Mid 20th Century Arthur Brett & Sons Executive Desk. A rectangular form made from mahogany with tooled leather top. Features three large dovetailed drawers within the frieze. Each dr...
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Mid-20th Century Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Mahogany

French Louis XV 19th Century Walnut Hoof Foot Desk or Writing Table
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Elegant French Louis XV 19th century walnut three-drawer (dovetailed) desk from Avignon with embossed leather top, original key and cabriole legs. This remarkable desk, crafted from ...
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19th Century French Louis XV Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Vintage Reproduction of Sir Winston Churchill's Leather Top Partners Desk
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Handsome copy of Winston Churchill's George III style partners desk crafted in mahogany with a tooled leather top on a case with three drawers on either side supported by square tape...
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Mid-20th Century English George III Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Antique Georgian Period Writing Table / Desk
Located in London, GB
A charming and very well made antique Georgian writing table / desk. This was made in England, we would date it to around the 1800-1820 period. It is of superb quality, this is a ve...
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Early 1800s British George III Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

Original Jugendstil Herrenschreibtisch+Armlehnstuhl, J. W. Müller (Wien um 1905)
Located in Wien, AT
Objekt: Jugendstil Herrenschreibtisch (freistehend, 9 Schubladen) + Armlehnstuhl Entwurf: J. W. Müller (K.u.K. Hoftischlerei, Wien um 1905) Modell-Nummer: - Ausführung: J. W. Müller ...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Elinor and John McGuire set for Lyda Levi: desk with bamboo director’s chair
Located in Roma, RM
Elinor and John McGuire set for Lyda Levi: desk with bamboo director’s chair, leather bindings, brass and canvas details. San Francisco 1970s. Product details Desk dimensions: 85 W x...
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1970s American Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Directoire Style Fruitwood Writing table / Desk
Located in Laguna Beach, CA
Directoire Style fruitwood leather top writing table / desk made from 19th century and later elements. With a rectangular leather top with fruitwood borders, central frieze drawer fl...
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1950s European Directoire Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Fruitwood

Antique French Leather Top Bureau Plat Desk
Located in London, GB
A stunning antique French leather top bureau plat desk, made in France and dating from around the 1930’s. This is of outstanding quality, with beautifully cast ormolu mounts through...
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1930s French Louis XVI Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Ormolu

Vintage Jaguar Green Lacquered Louis XVI Style Writing Desk
Located in East Hampton, NY
British Jaguar green lacquered Louis XVI style desk with original embossed leather top and two drawers. This desk sits on brass casters. Simply stunning and elegant.
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1940s French French Provincial Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Seventies Studded Teak Desk
Located in London, England
Outstanding studded detail teak desk. An almost architectural feel to the proportions and construction. Some light marking in places as to be expected, see photos. France 1970s L...
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1970s French Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Teak

Great English Partner Desk/Writing Desk 20th Century, Mahogany
Located in Berlin, DE
Great English Partner Desk/Writing Desk 20th Century, Mahogany Solid mahogany, partially veneered. Three-drawer frame profiled on both sides, slightly protruding table top. Writing ...
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20th Century English Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Baker Furniture English Regency Mahogany Leather Top Writing Desk
Located in South Bend, IN
An exceptional English Regency style writing desk or console table By Baker Furniture USA, Circa 1940s Carved mahogany, with embossed leather top, and original brass hardware and ...
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1940s American Regency Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Vintage Tooled Leather Traditional Carved Campaign Style Office Writing Desk 62"
Located in Dayton, OH
Late 20th Century campaign style desk. Features a rectangular form with brown tooled leather top and two drawers in the frieze. Each drawer has brass lion knocker pulls. The desk is ...
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Late 20th Century British Colonial Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Hardwood

Double desk with tilting and opening desks, inside two large compartments.
Located in Cesena, FC
Double desk with opening desks Double desk with tilting and opening desks, inside two large compartments, Each side of the desk has 2 drawers. The cabinet is solid walnut, in first...
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Mid-19th Century Italian Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Walnut

Antique French Walnut Bureau Plat Desk
Located in London, GB
A stunning antique French walnut bureau plat desk, dating from around the 1900-1910 period. It is of outstanding quality, this has fantastic gilt metal ormolu mounts all over, inclu...
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Early 1900s French Louis XV Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Ormolu

High end palissander desk by Promemoria italy, 1990s
Located in HEVERLEE, BE
High end italian desk by Promemoria italy with a incredibly beautiful palissander frame and top. Inside the two drawers we find a leather finish, labelled with makers mark. The nat...
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1990s Italian Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Palisander

Antique Leather Top Writing Table / Desk
Located in London, GB
A fantastic antique leather top writing table / desk. This was made in England, it dates from around the 1930-50’s. The quality is outstanding, it stands on boldly turned and fluted...
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1930s British Victorian Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

Early 20thC Louis XVth Style Kingwood Bureau Plat
Located in Altrincham, GB
Early 20thC Louis XVth Style Kingwood Bureau Plat with fine gilt bronze mounts applied to cabriole legs by - Lysberg & Hansen – Copenhagen - 56"w x 30"h x 30"d - The Copenhagen firm ...
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1910s Danish Louis XV Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Ormolu

Semi-circular delicate antique mahogany ladies' desk Louis XVI, Paris 1880
Located in Berlin, DE
Delicate antique mahogany ladies' desk Louis XVI, Paris 1880 Semi-circular solid mahogany wood body. Extremely rare form. With 5 lockable drawers. Cover plate framed with brass gall...
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19th Century French Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass, Bronze

Louis XVI writing desk with pull-out surface, featuring an inlaid compass rose
Located in Cesena, FC
Elegant Louis XVI writing desk with pull-out writing surface, inlaid on the top with a compass rose. Elegant writing desk with pull-out writing surface, inlaid on the top with a com...
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Late 18th Century Italian Louis XVI Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Maple

Theodore Alexander "Chateau du Vallois" French Mahogany Leather Writing Desk 48"
Located in Dayton, OH
Theodore Alexander "Chateau du Vallois" French Provincial Writing Desk. Features a serpentine form made from mahogany with tooled leather surfaces. Includes three dovetailed drawers ...
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Late 20th Century French Provincial Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Mahogany

Pierre Jeanneret: X Leg Chandigarh Desk, France/ India c. 1960
Located in New York, NY
Pierre Jeanneret (1896-1967) A rare and spectacular four-drawer bureau in teak by Pierre Jeanneret for the civic buildings in Chandigarh, India, designed by Le Corbusier. A stunning...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Aluminum

Antique William IV Writing Table / Desk
Located in London, GB
An outstanding antique William IV writing table / desk. This was made in England, it dates from around the 1830-1840 period. It is of the utmost quality, this stands on bold legs wi...
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1830s British William IV Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

Guy LeFevre for Maison Jansen Lacquered Wood w/ Leather Desk, France C 1970s
Located in Norwalk, CT
Designed by noted designer Guy LeFevre who worked extensively with Maison Jansen in the 1970s, this handsome desk incorporates many of his signature details. The base and hardware ar...
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1970s French Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Steel

Early 19th Century Louis XVI Style Large Mahogany Desk with Green Leather Top
Located in Troy, MI
Found in France, this Louis XVI style mahogany desk dates from the 1830s. Generously sized at over five feet wide, this desk is finished on both sides and can float in a room. Front ...
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Early 19th Century French Louis XVI Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

French Louis XV Kingwood Leather Top Bureau Plat Desk With Gilt Bronze Ormolu
Located in South Bend, IN
An outstanding French Louis XV style writing desk or bureau plat desk By R. Soriano Spain, 20th Century Gorgeous kingwood, with ornate gilt bronze ormolu mounts, and embossed blac...
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20th Century Spanish Louis XV Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Bronze

Early 19th Century English Lap Desk on Stand with Original Leather
Located in Middleburg, VA
Early 19th Century English Lap Desk on Stand with Original Leather. England, circa 1800-1830. Measures: 20" H, 14.5" W, 9" D
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Early 19th Century English Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

French Empire Style Mahogany Bureau Plat
Located in Winter Park, FL
An early 20th century French Empire style bureau plat, or executive desk, with five dovetailed drawers and pull-out side extensions. Bookmatched flame mahogany veneer over solid oak....
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Mid-20th Century French Empire Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Brass

Ralph Lauren Bauhaus Inspired Desk in Rosewood, Chrome and Leather
Located in Peabody, MA
A Bauhaus inspired design in rosewood with tubular chrome framework and a leather insert top by Ralph Lauren from his Laurel Drive Collection.
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Bauhaus Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Chrome

Jorge Zalszupin Directors desk, Brazil 1960s
By L’Atelier, Jorge Zalszupin
Located in Brussels, BE
In 1960, Jorge Zalszupin designed and manufactured this large desk as part of the Componivel Series at his own company, L’ Atelier, located in Brazil. Its outer framing runs along th...
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1960s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Wood

Antique Louis XVI Style Mahogany and Ormolu Bonheur du Jour by Winckelsen
Located in London, GB
Antique Louis XVI style mahogany and ormolu bonheur du jour by Winckelsen French, 1864 Height 105cm, width 73cm, depth 42cm Charles-Guillaume Winckelsen (French, 1812-1871) is the c...
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Mid-19th Century French Louis XVI Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Marble, Ormolu

French Louis XV Style Figural Maple Burl Writing Desk Napoleon Bureau Plat 72"
Located in Dayton, OH
Monumental Louis XV / Napoleon III style office desk. A serpentine form made from birdseye maple with three large dovetailed drawers in the frieze and long tapered cabriole legs. Fea...
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Late 20th Century Louis XV Leather Desks and Writing Tables

Materials

Bronze

Empire Mahogany Desk With Hunter Green Leather Top, Circa 1930
Located in Bridgeport, CT
Empire mahogany desk with tooled hunter green leather top. The desk with bronze banding and trim, bronze finely fluted corner medallions, fluted and tapering legs with bronze caps an...
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Early 20th Century American Empire Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Bronze

Frits Henningsen Solid Mahogany Writing Table and Chair Set
Located in Kastrup, DK
Frits Henningsen, Danish furniture designer and cabinet maker (1889-1965). Solid Cuba mahogany writing table and chair. The writing desk displays a rectangular top with molded edge ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Scandinavian Modern Leather Desks and Writing Tables

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Leather, Mahogany

English George III Mahogany & Leather Pedestal “Rent” Writing Desk ca. 1800
Located in Shippensburg, PA
GEORGE III MAHOGANY & TOOLED LEATHER PEDESTAL DESK WITH "RENT" COMPARTMENTS England, ca. 1800 with numerous hidden compartments Item # 311EFP30W A rather special find, this positiv...
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19th Century English George III Antique Leather Desks and Writing Tables

Materials

Brass

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