A flat writing table or desk, usually having several drawers.
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Item No. 1038Fine, English Regency style bureau plat
In rosewood with brass trim; having three drawers; the top inset with gilt, embossed, dark-blue leather blotter; raised on brass casters. Finished on all sides, suitable for placement in the center of a room. Circa 1900.
61" wide by 35" deep by 30" high
Item No. 1031Regence period bureau console
In solid cherry with original patina, having one long central drawer. Circa 1700.
52" wide by 28" deep by 30½" high
Item No. 937Very fine French, Neoclassical style, brass-mounted bureau plat
In solid mahogany with flame mahogany veneers, tapered, fluted legs terminating above elegant brass mounts, original hand-tooled leather, five drawers, and tirets (pull-out surfaces) on both sides. Circa 1830.
64" wide (94" wide with both tirets extended) by 31" deep by 30" high
Item No. 816Catalan, Baroque period, marquetry-inlaid, slant-front bureau
In walnut veneer with boxwood inlay, monogram surmounted by a crown. Two small external drawers above three long drawers, with an additional six interior drawers behind fold-down writing compartment. First half of the 18th century.
49½" high by 46" wide by 23½" deep
Item No. 414Louis XV style, Italian bureau plat
With painted verde gris finish and embossed leather writing surface, exaggerated cabriole legs ending in pied de sabots. Late 18th or early 19th century.
65" wide by 29" deep by 30" high