24 April 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY ARCHITECT'S TABLE
ATTRIBUTED TO GILLOWS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY
The rectangular double-hinge ratcheted top with two later hinged side flaps, above a secretaire drawer enclosing a mahogany-lined fitted interior with a green baize-lined slide fitted with a writing-slope, above six mahogany-lined compartments with ivorine alphabetic lettering plaques and two cedar-lined drawers, on turned tapering reeded legs, with brass caps and castors, the lock stamped 'BRAMAH'
Extended: 54¾ in. (139 cm.) high; 78 in. (198 cm.) wide; 25¼ in. (64 cm.) deep
Closed: 35¾ in. (90.5 cm.) high; 45½ in. (115.5 cm.) wide; 25½ in. (64.5 cm.) deep
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