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A George I walnut and marquetry kneehole desk

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I walnut and marquetry kneehole desk, fitted with a long drawer with fall-front enclosing five small drawers and pigeonholes, flanked by six short drawers about the cupboard in the recess on bracket feet, inlaid with panels of late 17th Century marquetry with birds perched on flowering branches and flower-sprays on an ebonised ground in shaped panels within ebonised and ivory diagonally-striped borders, 31in. wide (GJ 482)

ID:  38471

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

East Sussex

Public view at Firle Place, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex Tel: 01273 858307 at all times when it is open to the public