A superb drop-leaf desk by the American designer Gilbert Rohde. Circa 1930s-1940s. The desk is crafted from mahogany and beech wood that are newly re-lacquered. The new finish gives the warm red-brown and orange tones of the wood a smooth gloss. Rohde's design echoes Neoclassical furniture & architecture in the two columnar legs and in the overall simplicity of form. The legs are fluted and rest on a platform base. The single drop-leaf allows for economic use of space. This is an exquisite, versatile desk that will surely be a centerpiece in your home.
The desk is in great condition and newly refinished. There are minor scuffs and dents that have been absorbed into the gloss, making them barely visible.
59 in. width
75 in. width with drop-leaf extended
30 in. depth
29 in. height
27 in. skirt clearance
This Baroque-style Portuguese table was constructed in the 20th Century. It is a marriage of antique parts. Overall the table is comprised of rosewood with a beautiful, warm tone. There are 3 drawer compartments with brass pulls. An outstanding feature...
Versatile Mid-20th Century drop leaf table, crafted in maple and made in Sweden. Designed with open gate legs to be folded or adjusted to adapt to many different spaces. Dimensions with sides down: 33.25 in. width11.5 in. depth28.5 in. heightDimensions...
WAS $5,800 | NOW $4,640 This round center table was made in the Early 20th Century in the Empire style. Its design is one of symmetry and balance: a classic circle atop a pedestal base. The mahogany wood has a...
Pair of 20th Century round stool side tables. Designed in the style of Sergio Rodrigues, they have dish tops and three legs that taper upward. The wood is a beautiful, warm orange-yellow tone.Dimensions:15 in. diameter17 in. heightCondition notes:In good condition...