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A very fine late George III writing desk with extensive satinwood inlays and other vibrant veneers, and the original Hepplewhite fire-gilt brass pulls, circa 1810-1820  (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) Robert Gillow was born in Singleton … Continue reading

A New York Federal cylinder desk with Federal eagle inlaid prospect door, signed and dated by the maker, Thomas Timpson, 1786 SOLD TO A WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR If you are interested in acquiring an item like this one, or if you … Continue reading

An outstanding and very rare English nineteenth century George III style mahogany and satinwood inlaid cylinder form writing desk, with line inlays and the original three part gilt-leather tooled writing surface, the central panel which pivots forward towards the sitter. … Continue reading

An outstanding Salem, Massachusetts mahogany Federal serpentine front secretary, circa 1785-1795 FURTHER DETAILS AND PHOTOGRAPHS PENDING For additional information, please contact C. Lyman McCallum, Jr. at 1~803~834~3787, or simply email us at As always, your inquiries are welcomed!

A very handsome, visually pleasing, and attractive coastal Massachusetts Federal or Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid writing desk, with an upper case, with two doors which open to reveal storage compartments, a lower writing desk with a baize lined surface, and … Continue reading

“A George III Mahogany desk with original brasses, cross-banded top, and fitted writing surface. Original bracket feet, no repairs. Circa 1785-1800” SOLD

A very rare and desirable English George III Style Mahogany and Satinwood “Cylinder” Desk with a fitted interior, late nineteenth century An outstanding and very rare English Nineteenth Century George III Style Mahogany and Satinwood Inlaid “Cylinder” Form Writing Desk, … Continue reading

An appealing American Hepplewhite slant top desk from the Middle-Atlantic Colonies, most likely the Baltimore and Philadelphia urban environs, late 18th early nineteenth centuries. The interiors contain a series of document partitions, horizontal drawers, and a central prospect door flanked … Continue reading

A very fine late George III writing desk with extensive inlay and fire-gilt brass pulls. The top is inlaid with gilt-tooled hunter green leather THE GILLOWS WORKSHOP: Robert Gillow (1704-1772) Robert Gillow was born in Singleton in the Fylde, Lancashire … Continue reading

A fine American Federal Oxbow Slant-Top Secretary Desk, circa 1780, with original pulls and old rich surface, Salem or Boston. SOLD