This Victorian secretary desk and cabinet features an arched top with carved scroll trim, a secretary desk workspace behind a door with an especially gorgeous wavy wood grain, and three drawers below. The top contains a display cabinet with two adjustable shelves inside and a secretary desk with pigeonhole cubbies, a small drawer, and dividers for files at the back. The base consists of three dovetail drawers with carved handles, scrolled ornaments in the centers, and oval trim. A key is not included. The cabinet is made in two pieces which are currently attached with simple brackets.
Please note, there are dents in front of the secretary door, a large chip missing in the left side at the back, a small number of light scratches in the finish, and a couple of repairs to the veneer in the right cabinet door at the bottom edge (see photos).
90.5" High x 41" x 20.5
2 halves are connected base is 31.5"
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