We present this elegant and original desk, Louis XVI of the late 18th century. The wood is blond mahogany, the veneer is herringbone embellished with particular framed inlays on the drawers and on the sides of a lighter wood.
The mouths of the locks are in gilded bronze with floral motifs, the squared shoes are in brass, we can appreciate the ebony thread in the lower part of the legs. Instead in the second part the wood is carved with three parallel grooves, a gilt bronze crown divides the change of the design.
The rectangular shelf is in solid mahogany, the leather is new, replaced by our trusted restorer: in a beautiful English green, with golden greek.
The locks are all functional, the back is practically identical to the front with false drawers that keep the mouths of the locks in gilded bronze.
As you can guess from the images, was restored in Madrid in our trusted laboratory, Professor Jorge Paz Gonzalez, specialized in the restoration of antique furniture, who managed to keep the original patina without losing the personality and identity of the case and this gives the furniture a considerable added value.