Antique Writing Desk, William IV Bonheur Du Jour, A Solomon, Circa 1835
This is an antique writing desk, a William IV bonheur du jour, stamped A. SOLOMON 59 GT QUEEN ST. Abraham Solomon was a London furniture broker and antique dealer c.1830-40, dealing in quality Georgian furniture.
Superior quality, in good proportion with a wax polished finish
Select mahogany displaying good, consistent colour
Appealing grain interest with a desirable aged patina
Three quarter galleried top displays well
Standing upon attractive, turned and tapered, helically reeded legs
All legs riding upon original brass castors
Smooth action pushing back lower surface to release writing desk and unlock upper cover
Gold tooled, olive green leather skiver writing surface offering multiple angles on ratchet
Stationery wells to each side with a removable pen tray and secret cubby below
Upper full width row of stationery cubbies over a suite of six drawers dressed with turned pulls
A magnificent piece Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 96cm (37.75'')
Max Depth: 60cm (23.5'')
Max Height: 116cm (45.75'')
Desk Width: 52cm (20.5'')
Desk Depth: 38cm (15'')
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Our Ref: 18.5095