SOLD ITEM 3457 - Antique Victorian Eastlake drop front desk

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Eastlake furniture, This classic Eastlake design dating to about 1870. Charles Eastlake's masculine, architectural designs were a stark contrast to the feminine, organic designs of the Art Nouveau movement. The details are great: ball-and-stick rails; tapestry-carved drop-front panel; unusual brass panel and medallion; and side lamp brackets. This is a very handsome secretary made from cherry. It was made in the northeast, possibly New York or Chicago
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