English Carlton House Desk, Satinwood And Tulipwood, Edwardian Period
A charming English Carlton House desk from the Edwardian period. This desk showcases satinwood and tulipwood and celebrates a timeless Regency appeal.
This Carlton House desk has to be one of our favorite pieces of Classical English furniture and there is a fantastic story around it. The original Carlton House desk was designed by George Hepplewhite in the 18th century for the Prince of Wales. The name derives from Carlton House, which was the, then, London residence of the Prince.
This desk is very practical. The U shaped design around the writing surface includes assorted small drawers and two side boxes that generally open upward. The tapered legs and architectural style reflect its Neo-Classical influence and timeless Regency appeal.
Stunning satinwood and tulipwood with inlaid boxwood and ebony stringing create elegance and high style. In any event, the elegant wood exterior is truly an eye-catching element of this Carlton House desk.
Cleary this beautiful Carlton House desk functions as its original purpose, as a desk, and it will certainly stand out in any room because of its classical appeal and design.
The dimensions are:
Width: 44.5 in
Depth: 23 in
Height: 38.5 in
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