James Gravenor (fl.1741-1768)
Mahogany, oak, leather and brass
79.0 x 217.0 x 135.0 cm
Place of origin
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Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire (Accredited Museum)
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This mahogany writing table with no less than 48 drawers contains many surprises such as hidden draws and folding lecterns.
George III mahogany writing table with five rows of drawers on the principal sides and single rows of drawers on the ends, with 2 top drawers and metal gilt drop handles, dentil frieze above and the upper border of the recesses carved with flowers, scrolls and rosette ornaments under top.
Makers and roles
James Gravenor (fl.1741-1768), cabinet maker