This is an attractive and good quality antique Sheraton style Jaycee leather serpentine writing table, circa 1940 – 1950.
• Circa 1940 – 1950
• Sheraton style shape writing table
• Wood Flame Mahogany
• Curved gallery
• Bank of six central drawers
• Two cupboards
• Stamped “Jaycee” cabinet maker
• Single panel green and gold leather tooled insert
• Serpentine inlaid shaped drawers
• Brass loop handles
• Sheraton style reeded tapering legs
• Spade feet
• Attractive proportions
• Excellent value
• Good condition
• Very Functional
This is an attractive and good quality antique Sheraton style burr walnut serpentine leather writing table, circa 1940 – 1950. The writing table is stamped with “Jaycee” in the right hand drawer (cabinet maker). The writing table boasts a curved gallery above a bank of six central drawers and enclosed with a cupboard either side. A serpentine gold and leather tooled insert sits above two serpentine satinwood inlaid drawers. The serpentine drawers’ features brass loop handles. The table sits on Sheraton style tapering spade feet. The drawer bottoms are constructed of engineered timber and the drawers linings are constructed of oak.
This desk would compliment any home office. This item base would certainly grace any home. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Gallery Height 97cm or 3’ 2¼2
Writing Height 76cm or 2’ 6”
Knee Height 62cm or 2’ 0¼”
Knee Width 76cm or 2’ 6”
External Width 91.5cm or 3’ 0”
Depth 55cm or 1’ 9½”
The table is in excellent condition and commensurate with the age of the item. The leather is in very good condition. All drawers are free running and close flush to the frame. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Free of wood worm, solid in joint and ready to use.
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