Here is a fabulous mahogany bureau, of the weight I have never felt in a bureau before. The design is slightly different to many, as there are no lopers to hold the fall in place when open, this being done by two smaller drawers flanking a central one above three lower drawers. The columns on the front corners are interesting, often noted on later furniture as being a more north western manufacture. The interior being of quality too, and in my mind isn’t too busy or fussy to still be useful.
This is for sale and could be viewed by contacting me. I hope you like it as much as I have enjoyed working on it, just tidying up the timber and handles, cutting keys as needed and cleaning the fluff from the locks to get them working again!
Let me know if you think it was worth it! Oh, and yes, it’s for sale, so ask for further information, delivery costs right to your office! Thanks, Andy.
Here I have on show a Georgian mahogany chest, featuring four graduated drawers, fabulous colour and patina. Featuring working locks with two keys.
This item has had remedial restoration and has a fabulous colour, it was admired by many people, and so I’m hoping that I can deliver it to the right home in the not too distant future. Please ask for details, the width across the front is 100cm, the depth is 48cm, and the height is 74cm. Offers encouraged!