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Secretary-bookcase, 1825–35, Made in New York, New York, United States, American, Ebonized mahogany, mahogany, mahogany veneer, gilding, bronzing
Secretary and bookcase. Lock maker: Joseph Bramah (British, Stainborough Lane Farm 1749-1814 Pimlico); Date: ca. 1775; Culture: British; Medium: Satinwood and...
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Secretary and bookcase. Date: 1795-1810; Geography: Possibly made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Possibly made in Baltimore, Maryland
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Unknown (American), Secretary, between 1780 and 1800, mahogany, satinwood, gilt, glass, and brass, Overall: 81 1/2 × 36 3/4 × 20 7/8 inches (207 × 93
Empire style mahogany wardrobe-secretary, ca 1800, designed by Nikolaj Abraham Abildgaard (1743-1809) for King Christian VIII. Denmark, 19th century
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Dutch writing desk, allegory of Napoleon 1st In mahogany veneering and flowers marquetry in fruit wood Height: 154 cm, width: 92 cm, depth: 45 cm Holland
Detail from a dutch writing desk, allegory of Napoleon 1st In mahogany veneering and flowers marquetry in fruit wood Height: 154 cm, width: 92 cm
Silver cabinet, Silver case whose face is dominated by turning, with all hurled mahogany colonets and pinnacles inlaid with an ivory piping
Mahogany commode-secretary with bronze decorations, designed by Charles Percier (1764-1838) and Pierre-Francois-Leonard Fontaine (1762-1853)
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Secretary, between 1770 and 1785, mahogany, white pine, mirrors, gilt and brass, Overall: 102 1/2 × 42 1/2 × 24 inches (260.4 × 108 × 61 cm)
Fall-front Secretary. Date: 1833-ca. 1841; Geography: Made in United States; Culture: American; Medium: Mahogany veneer, mahogany, ebonized wood, pine, poplar
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Salon cylinder organ in the form of a secretary, of oak and mahogany (the flaps of flower plate), the side pockets covered with green boring flaps
Empire style mahogany secretary, 1811, by Johan Petter Berg. Sweden, 19th century.  Stockholm, Nordiska Museet (Ethnological Museum)
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Chippendale Mahogany Secretary/Bookcase C. 1760 Antique Furniture
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Secretary, ca. 1800–1820, British or Irish, Pine carcase, veneered with satinwood, sycamore and rosewood; mahogany drawer linings; gilt-bronze mounts, H
Oak Louis Seize secretaire, secretary furniture furniture interiors wood oak mahogany lemon wood maple wood enamel, Louis Seize oak secretary veneered with...
Empire style mahogany secretary with black marble top, open. France, 19th century
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Drop-front secretary (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en armoire). Maker: Guillaume Benneman (active 1785, died 1811); Modeler: Mounts modeled by Louis...
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Directoire style mahogany secretary, gilt bronze depiction of Apollo in the central panel, attributed to Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841), open
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