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1960s French Executive Desk

1960s French Executive Desk

Regular price $4,993.00
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  • Professionally Restored in our Workshop
  • Circa (age):1960
  • Style: Mid Century Modern
  • Materials: Walnut Wood, Brass
  • Period: Vintage (20 to 100 years old)
  • Returns accepted for 14 days

Measurements: 74″W x 30″H x 38″D

Feel free to contact us for any specific measurements you need.

Color Finishes: Lacquered, Stained, Polished

Elegance Reimagined: 1960s French Executive Desk
Step into an era of unparalleled sophistication with this extraordinary 1960s French Executive Desk. Exemplifying the grace of French design, this masterpiece, hand-crafted from prime mahogany wood, stands as a testament to timeless artistry.

Art Deco Allure
Drenched in a luxurious dark mahogany hue, the desk is a visual delight, beautifully offset by ebonized moldings and intricate accents. A gleaming high-gloss lacquer finish further accentuates its opulent appeal, reflecting the finest nuances of Art Deco design.

Function Meets Form
Beyond its arresting aesthetics, the desk is a masterpiece of practicality. A generous rectangular tabletop offers an expansive workspace, while two ingenious side drawers cater to your storage needs, their interiors freshly lacquered for a contemporary touch.This unconventional design element, combined with the desk's subtle intricacies, conceals the side drawers, allowing them to function as personal, almost secret compartments.

Distinctive Details
Elevating this piece are its stretched pedestal legs, ornamented with exquisite brass moldings and leg caps, not just ensuring sturdiness but adding a touch of opulence.

A Legacy of Luxury
Whether gracing a professional office or a private study, this French Executive Desk promises to be more than just a piece of furniture. It's a statement of luxury, style, and history, ready to elevate your space and serve you impeccably for generations to come.

SKU: RLA-711 View full details