21. October 2010 04:16
Maitland-Smith's: Partner's Desk with an aged Regency finished walnut burl & old chair leather inlaid top. On both sides there are operating drawers, file drawers and a set of faux drawers that pull out to reveal shelves. This desk makes a distinguished statement.
Councill: The Clark's Writing Desk has a Neo-classical style with a modern twist. A leather or figured walnut top is available on this handsome desk.
Theodore Alexander: This hickory writing desk has a unique leather parquet top with spiral turned legs and "x" stretcher is reminiscent of the William & Mary period.
Stickley: Brad Pitt eat your heart out! Actually he owns this original turn of the century Harvey Ellis desk. If the original desk were to sell at auction today, I'm guessing it would no doubt bring in upwards of $100,000! The original Stickley pieces are worth a ton!
Baker: Barbara Barry definately knows a thing or two about Hollywood glamour when it comes to this elegant mahogany desk!
Theodore Alexander: This unique leather-top writing table can function beautifully as a desk or as a console. Lots of little drawers and secret compartments inside. We love this desk and makes for a great gift during the holidays!
Theodore Alexander: Here is the same desk above closed...
Maitland-Smith: Here is a sweet little rattan desk that Maitland-Smith was given permission by the original owner of this desk seen in Charleston, South Carolina to copy for their Traveler's Club line.
Stickley: This is the Westcott Street Library Table that can function both as a large writing table or as a hall table. The dark copper hardware on the drawer fronts fits the large scale of this table.
Baker/Milling Road: This unique malacca bamboo desk has always been a very popular desk with our customers because it compliments many styles and fits into smaller spaces and adds a nice statement to any room!