An imposing Regency secretaire, veneered with yew and burr yew, mahogany banding and boxwood stringing. Arranged with five graduated drawers below a frieze that conceals two shallow secret drawers, the top two drawers open as one to a secretaire interior, fitted with pigeon holes and drawers. All flanked by quatrefoil gothic style columns with ebonised capitals and plinths. Stands upon splay feet united by a serpentine frieze.
Scottish, circa 1810 - 1830
This object incorporates old ivory and has been registered with Defra
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