An Empire period secretary desk was commonly called a "butler" desk, used with a stool for a butler to manage a large manor staff and estate accounting.
- American antique furniture from around 1935 said to be from New York state
- Solid cherry with beautiful curly or birdseye maple drawer fronts
- Restored finish in excellent condition, preserving minor mars & shrinkage separations - see photos
- Wood knobs are original
- Drawers have hand cut dovetail joints
- No keys
- "Secret" desk looks like a chest when closed, pull out and front drops down
- Backsplash is removable
Size is 45" wide, 21" deep, and 52" tall with surface 29.5" high.
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Item # 46469