Antique English Carved Oak Sofa Foyer Library TABLE Jacobean Tudor Writing Desk
Antique English Carved Oak Writing DESK Sofa TABLE Jacobean Tudor
~Direct from England~
~Ornately carved antique English oak writing desk or sofa
table with impressive silhouette and commanding design!~
~HUGE CARVED BULBOUS ‘Cup and Cover’ legs. Magnificent!~
~Full length carved turned stretcher and cross stretcher for stability and support~
~Entire apron has those classic carved “priory arches” with lovely open carved geometric brackets around the legs~
applied carved designs on the upper blocks match the carved designs on lower
~FULL LENGTH drawer for storage on this gorgeous “bureau plat”!~
~In today’s home this desk/table would make a statement in any room, and placement is easy, as it can “float” in the middle of your room because there’s no “backside”.~
~SOLID OAK, Heavy and strong, well built by craftsmen of the period~
largest dimensions, from outer leg to outer leg, 44” x 30”;
table top, 42.5” x 27.5”.
Professional packaging and shipping on this item will require freight service due to size. White glove service, fully insured, FOB Shreveport, delivered and placed inside your home (first floor only), typically 4-6 weeks, depending on your location.
This item is in good condition for its age, with normal signs of age and use, dings, scratches, and other imperfections. Top has some splits on the corners, nothing that harms stability or use. I always provide multiple photos that should be considered as an integral part of the description and I encourage you to email me with any questions you might have prior to bidding. Please keep in mind antique furniture should be purchased for its uniqueness, higher quality material and craftsmanship and antique patina, charm and character….NOT for like-new condition!!!
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