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18th century mahogany kneehole writing table

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

18th century mahogany kneehole writing table, with re-entrant corners to the top, fitted with a narrow drawer to the frieze. Cupboard to the kneehole enclosed by a door with reeded edge, flanked by three drawers to each pedestal, on bracket feet. Top 29in. x 20in.

ID:  3239

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Kent

Items can be seen by the public without a prior appointment at Belmont House, Belmont Park, Faversham, Kent on at least 28 days each year between March and September, 10 such days to fall on weekends and the Sping and Summer Holidays and at all other times by appointment. For details see www.belmont-house.org