Walnut Chippendale Secretary Desk (SOLD)

This example of Philadelphia craftsmanship demonstrates what the finer hands of this period could do with a secretary desk.  A scrolled top with three urn and finials are all nicely complemented by vine carving surrounding a bold carved center shell make this piece a stand out.  Two paneled doors with escutcheons complete the top half of the secretary.  The lower half of the desk has an interior with four pidgeon holes, a center door with flanking columns and eight symmetrically placed drawers.  This desk has a four-drawer arrangement with nice ogee feet.


The brass, finials and feet have all been replaced.

Origin: Philadelphia, PA.
Date: c. 1770.
Dimensions: Width 43.25" | Height 93.75" | Depth 22.5"
Price: SOLD
Walnut Chippendale Secretary Desk (SOLD)