18th to early 19th century English brass inkstand. All handmade from heavy stock brass. Measures 7 inches high by 7 inches wide by 2.75 inches deep at the center.
18th century English oak slant front desk circa 1780. Full step-back interior, secret drawers, and slide to allow access to the first drawer. Fine original condition, including the finish, the brass hardware, and the key. Lovely patina. Measures 36 inches wide, 42 inches high and 20 inches deep.
Fine hand made reproduction Georgian travel lap desk made by M. Barba May in 1994 of solid mahogany. A superb exact copy of an original from circa 1800. Measures 14.5" long x 10.25" wide x 4.5" high.
American Victorian library stand with slide-out shelf circa 1875. Solid walnut with raised panels and burr walnut veneers. Hand-tooled green leather surface. Removeable pull-out desk section with secret compartment. Excellent condition. Museum quality. Measures 33 inches high, 18.5 inches deep and 21 inches wide.
Antique ship captain's ebonized roll top lap desk circa 1850. Excellent original condition. The tambour roll functions perfectly. Brass mountings, cut glass inkwell and original key. Measures 12 inches wide, 10 inches deep and 7 inches high.