London, South Kensington
15 May 2002
The Property of Sir John and Lady Acland
A late George III mahogany tambour fronted cylinder bureau
The tambour front revealing two adjustable shelves and sliding leather lined writing section and a central, hinged adjustable slope, two frieze drawers below opposed by two dummy drawers to the reverse and a dummy drawer and slide to each side on square tapering legs with caps and castors, lock to the sliding section stamped 'PATENT I.BRAMAH' with two coronets, the locks to the frieze drawers stamped 'I.BRAMAH' with a coronet
38½in. (98cm.) high; 30½in. (77.5cm.) wide; 22½in. (57cm.) deep
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