S/320 Early Nineteenth Century Mahogany Stationery Box
The slanted lid, with a plain brass plaque, lifts to reveal a compartment with six vertical divisions for letters and papers and two further compartments either side of a removable pen tray, which when removed reveals a sizeable area for pens.
The brass and steel locking pin locks the full width, oak lined drawer under, which is fitted with a mahogany knob handle.
The whole, fitted with a key, is of a pleasing colour, in good condition and retains a patination.
12 in. (30.5 cm.) Wide
8 in. (20 cm.) Deep
9¾ in. (25 cm.) High
English Circa 1830