Raymond Loewy for Mengel oak drop-front desk/dresser with ebonized doors and iron legs. USA, 1953.
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Victorian oak drop-front desk with great carvings. Circa
1900.The love of vintage and antique one-of-a-kind pieces is what drives native Californian Lynda Lairmore to keep scouting the local countryside and Paris flea markets alike for unique finds. With a passion ...
Early-20th-century oak drop-front writing desk with glass cabinet
and original brass hardware. Open desk, 18.5"L x 12"W x 12"H; top right drawer, 12"L x 8.5"W x 3.5"H; glass cabinet, 13"Lx 10"W x 31"H; left cabinet: 18"L x 10"W x 21.5"H. ...
Drop-front desk secretary over a chest of drawers,
designed by Raymond Loewy for Mengel. Circa 1940. Made of maple with a white matte lacquer finish, complemented by smoked gray oak drawer fronts and black painted metal legs and hardware. Interior ...