This is a mid-20th century vintage, Federal style secretary desk with a hutch on top.
It features a swan neck pediment with a prominent finial, a display hutch behind glass panel doors with decorative lattice mullions, and a secretary desk base with four curved drawers below. The secretary desk interior has pigeonhole cubbies and small drawers inside as well as two semi-secret compartments (see photos). It is made in one piece and does not come with a key.
Please note, there is noticeable wear and tear to this vintage piece including scrapes and scuffs to the inside and outside of the secretary base, especially at the ball and claw feet (see photos), and clouding and scratches to the finish on the writing surface. The outside of the drop-front door of the secretary also shows some cracking/checking to the veneer (see photos).
82.5" High x 36" Wide x 18.5" Deep
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