Seldom seen desk by Fletcher Aviation, circa 1940. This unusual example is finished on all sides, has six drawers with two pull-out surfaces. The base is powder-coated steel; the case and drawers in mahogany that have been impeccably refinished.
Scandiline oiled walnut wall unit, circa early 1970s. This example has two desks, integrated chest of drawers and a cabinet with a lock. There are three adjustable five foot tall bookshelf units and one magazine holder. This is modular so it can be arranged in many different configurations. Desk widths are 31.25″ and the shelves measure 9.25″.
Teak and polished steel desk by Pace, circa early 1970s. This example has an exquisitely grained teak top with three inset drawers. Drawers have teak dividers within. The bases are triangular mirror polished steel over wood 20 mg prozac. The top of the desk has been impeccably refinished.
Stunning walnut lucite and acrylic floating desk or console table circa mid 1960s. This architectural example has solid clear lucite sides and cream acrylic drawer fronts and top that are wrapped in figural grained walnut.
Stunning rosewood desk by Erik Wortz circa mid 1960’s. This all original example has incredible figural graining to the Brazilian rosewood. It has three drawers on one side and and drop down door on the other.
The back of the desk has open compartments for extra storage. Comes with original key.
Free form walnut anodized aluminum and wicker executive desk circa late 1950’s. This lovely example has a beautifully grained walnut top, 4 drawers and pull out shelf and walnut framed wicker privacy screen. It has recently been impeccably refinished.
Phenomenal walnut and anodized aluminum desk circa late 1950’s. This example has elegant and sculptural solid walnut legs, anodized aluminum tapered pulls and beautifully grained top. It has 5 drawers with one file drawer with a wicker and aluminum privacy screen. The back is finished. It has recently been impeccably restored.
Florence Knoll for Knoll desk and return circa late 1960’s. This example has a bright chrome plated steel leg system two drawers (one file and one standard size) and three shelves that pull out from behind a door (see photos). The finish is done in a dark walnut lacquer.
Flame grained rosewood art deco desk circa early 1940’s. This example has phenomenal blonde sap grain to the rosewood. It has four drawers a pull out shelf and polished chrome pulls. The finish is a French polish so it is very high sheen. Finished on all sides.
Muriel Coleman for Vista iron walnut and glass desk circa early 1950’s. This seldom seen example has a lovely wrought iron frame with x legs and inset metal mesh storage area. The drawers are walnut with iron handles. This example has a new glass top, the iron frame has been newly powder coated and the walnut drawers impeccably refinished.