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Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk

Carriage House Antiques

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Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk
Gentleman's Roll-Top Lap Desk

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Antique; 19th century
Very Good; only one drawer pull-tab remains, one roller in back is cracked.
Country of Origin:
14.75" L x 17.25" W x 9" H

Why We Love This

Gentleman's mid-19th-century roll-top lap desk. When drawer on front is pulled open, roll top rolls back and pigeon hole secretary rises out of base. Desk top opens to reveal felt-covered writing surface. Below writing surface are segregated compartments. Felt covered bottom. Brass pull on front drawer, brass detailing on perimeter and on front lid. No key.
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About Carriage House Antiques

Antique dealer, collector, artist, stylist, art director…these are some of the many hats Robin Hall has worn over the years. With a classically trained background in fine arts, and hailing from three generations of antiques dealers, collecting with an eye for design is part of her DNA. Connecticut-based, specializing in English and American collectables with an emphasis on elegant country, Robin combs New England and the UK for her collection.