English George III Inlaid Mahogany Secretaire Bookcase

Last Quarter 18th Century

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Description

Property from a New York Private Collection.

English George III inlaid mahogany secretaire bookcase.

  • The upper section with pierced swan's-neck cresting, above inlaid, simulated fluting and Greek key banding.
  • Gothic-arched cupboard doors enclosing shelves.
  • The slightly projecting lower section crossbanded and with a secretaire drawer opening to an interior fitted with satinwood paneled drawers, green-stained fruitwood secret drawers, and centered by a marquetry cupboard door flanked by attached twist-fluted half-columns.
  • The case with three long graduated crossbanded drawers, all with brass drop handles.
  • Raised on short bracket feet.

Provenance

Ginsburg & Levy inc, New York, 1971

Condition Report

Revive
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Like New

Wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions

Height: 104 inches / 264.16 cm
Width: 47 inches / 119.38 cm
Depth: 22.52 inches / 57.2 cm

Materials

Mahogany, Brass, Clear Glass

Period

Georgian

Decorative Style

Traditional Style

Country of Origin

United Kingdom

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