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This is a Louis style desk made in the 1920s or earlier. High quality, with a fabulous design of inlaid floral marquetry in the center drawer. This can be utilized as a dressing vanity or an office desk. Laptop can fit in center or side area. Both drawers are deep and can hold files. A mirror would also be a gorgeous addition to be used in an antique style French boudoir. This piece really makes a statement. Sorry photos are not better, I will try to post more if I can take them outside. It has great character and a few little issues. Althought you can't see in photo#4 there are 2 dents that you can see in certain light. They are not immediately noticeable and do not detract at all. A couple of bangs from normal wear but overall in lovely condition. Shipping would be via freight truck and I would get a quote from Craters and Freighters before purchasing.
Measurements are as follows:
52" wide on top, 18" deep, and 10 1/2" in the narrowest part of the piece. Height is 21" tall
and opening for chair is 24" wide. Feel free to email any questions. Shipping is only an estimate depending on location. I shipped this from the East Coast and it was about $500 with insurance.
These are very hard to find especially in this condition. There is a lovely ochre colored paint trimmed with a gilded finish. The hardware is very decorative and it is all original.

1920s Louis Style French Kidney Shaped Vanity Desk Ochre and Burl wood Inlaid floral design Rare Original


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: wood, burl wood, antique hardware, inlad marquetry work
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 305 reviews
  • Favorited by: 54 people