Store Item: Kittinger Historic Newport Collection Mahogany Chippendale Secretary Desk. Description: Exact replication of a Job Townsend desk found in the Hunter House in Newport, Rhode Island. Considered one of the most important pieces of early American furniture, this two part secretary desk features an upper section with two doors that open to two stationary shelves with partitions. The lower section is a slant desk that opens to interior drawers with famous shell carvings contained within the circumference, the lower section has four solid wood drawers all with dovetailed construction with sand casted brasses and handles, the desk sits on to of ogee bracket feet.
Kittinger was licensed by the Newport Preservation Society, Newport, Rhode Island to reproduce important historic furniture pieces made in Newport, Rhode Island during the 18th century. Condition Report: Very Good Condition with nice original finish, has scuffs and scratches as expected with wear and usage. Measurements: 82.5" H X 42.75" W X 26 D.Items are pre-owned and will show the usual signs of scuffs, scratches, wear and use. Upholstered items may have wear, tears and stains associated with usage. Please do not hesitate to message for additional photos, details or dimensions. All information displayed is represented to the best of our knowledge, and can be judgmental or subjective. All dimensions and/or measurements are approximate and can vary.
The item "Kittinger Historic Newport Collection Mahogany Chippendale Secretary Desk" is in sale since Thursday, June 10, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Desks & Secretaries". The seller is "grimdog" and is located in Canton, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.