Circa 1810, George III inlaid mahogany kneehole desk. In figured and plum pudding mahogany with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony string inlay, the rectangular top sits above a frieze. With one long, and two short drawers with original brass loop handles. Beneath are two cupboards with a bank of drawers in the right-hand side and an open cupboard on the left, all supported by original bracket feet. It is in excellent condition with good colour and patina.
- Size 81 cm high x 132 cm wide x 56 cm deep