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Pine Kneehole Desk
England. Circa 1820.
While it probably didn't have a leather top in its earliest iteration, this desk has been raised in both appearance and stature, as casters have been retrofitted to the bun feet (probably at the same time as when the leather was added). The kneehole desk is typically a formal affair, but the country elegance of this pine desk gives it a certain earnestness; it's ready for work and isn't afraid to get a little dirty in the process.
H: 30", W: 37.25", D: 19"
Antique desks and writing tables, England, Pine, Desk, JDV 99
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