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  • The use of exotic veneers and inlays typical of the Georgian period are all included in this desk. Santos Rosewood and quartered Walnut banding are accented by Satinwood and other rare species of inlay to add exceptional interest. Special details include hinged butterfly brackets to support the extended leaves, and two fully functional drawers for holding supplies. The graceful swept legs ending in reeded feet are capped with solid brass rosettes, making this a superb example of this late 18th century English design.
    Product ID: 38-846
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  • This desk features multiple hours of hand painted decoration on the top surface, on all four sides of the desk and on the legs. The scenes depict figures in an Oriental garden; socializing, working or fishing. There are four drawers: a pencil drawer, a file drawer on the left and two drawers on the right. The drawer pulls and ormulu on the feet are made of solid brass. Also available without hand painted decoration.
    Product ID: 66-846
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  • This desk is adapted from the original sewing table, made in Philadelphia circa 1805 and displayed in the Blue Room at Winterthur. The kidney-shaped top features elaborate Satinwood with contrasting Mahogany. The desk also features Walnut and Santos Rosewood veneers. The center section comes standard with a leather surface for writing. There is a center drawer which conforms to the aprons that are surrounded by a geometric inlay. The elegant legs, with hand-carved leaf motif at the top, are reeded and turned. Also available without leather, 83-841.
    Product ID: 83-840
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  • The original of this Mahogany desk and bookcase, made for the Updyke family in the 1770s, is one of ten block-fronted examples crafted by members of the Townsend and Goddard families of Kingston and Newport, Rhode Island. Block fronting, or the raised-recessed-raised triad of panels with the shell as an integral part of each, is considered to be uniquely American. The last one remaining in private hands was sold at Christies on June 3, 1989 for $12.1 million, a world record-breaking price. The hand carving represents 37 hours by meticulous Kindel artisans to achieve the beautiful and precise look of the original. Seventeen drawers and six compartments line the desk, and the ten separate sections in the bookcase are channeled to allow numerous subdivisions.
    Product ID: 83-844
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  • The Pagoda Vitrine is made of Mahogany and is laboriously hand carved totaling over 111 hours. Various details cannot be preliminarily carved by machine. The entire top of the pagoda is completely hand carved from raw mahogany. The intricacy of the fretwork, the hand-carved tiles and the sculpted pour fret come together as a magnificent example of Kindels talented artisans.
    Product ID: 88-820
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