A George III brass mounted Carlton House mahogany writing table.  The table retains the original brass mounts, handles, Bramah lock and castor cups.
Note: The wheels, castor forks and faded green leather insert are of later date.

Literature: Hugh Roberts, ‘The first Carlton House Table’, Furniture History Journal, 1995, pp. 124-8.
Illustrated:
G. Bernard Hughes, ‘The Regent’s Oak Writing Table’, Country Life Annual, 1969, fig. I.
Rhoda Koenig, ‘Top Dog’, The World of Interiors, December 1969, p. 76.


 


  • Provenance

    Partridge Fine Arts Ltd., London, England.
    Collection of Mark Birley, London, England.
    Private collection, London, England.


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