A good George III mahogany bureau circa 1780 with working locks + keys and practical fitted interior. Cross banded inlay decoration. Brass swan neck handles. Standing on bracket feet. A charming piece of Georgian furniture with lovely warm colour and patination.
The old inset has been removed and the bureau awaits a baize or leather replacement. The customer can choose.
This item can be viewed in our warehouse or in your own home by arrangement. Delivery to London and the home counties free of charge. Please enquire for deliveries to other locations.
We have a large and eclectic stock from traditional Georgian and Victorian through to 20th Century vintage all located in a large warehouse in Northamptonshire close to Junction 15 of the M1.
Delivery to London and the home counties is usually free of charge and we are very happy to bring items for home viewing without ...show more description obligation.
Internal Ref: SA135 ...show less description
Height = 108 cm (43")
Width = 105 cm (42")
Depth = 54 cm (21")
About the Date of Manufacture
This antique was produced in the Georgian period (1714 - 1837). At the time that this antique was being crafted, the first four Hanoverian kings of England: George I, George II, George III and George IV were successive Kings of England.