North German Empire Secretary, circa 1810
From the Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein region of Germany, once part of Denmark, a handsome Empire secretary in ash with tiered bureau bookcase with bowed doors. Interior writing desk is in birch and kingswood and consists of ten small drawers and one closed compartment which houses two interior drawers. Desk top offers two sliding door panels in oak with an adjustable lift-up writing or reading surface, also in oak. Three long storage drawers follow underneath desk top. Denmark, circa 1810.
writing surface is 31" form the floor.
WIDTH: 46 in | HEIGHT: 80 in | DEPTH: 22 in
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CONDITION: Secondary wood is oak. All locks are original and hand made in the old style with very complex cut out key patterns . (2) original keys Lower back panel was replaced..