Hindley & Sons, in the manner of Thomas Jeckyll
a Rare Aesthetic Movement Desk, circa 1875
walnut and ebonised, the compartmentalised superstructure with embossed panel doors with Japanese motifs, enclosing multiple pigeon holes, flanked by seven drawers and three open recesses, above a sliding-front mechanism writing slope with inset leather top, enclosing two further short drawers, supported on twin pedestals with three recessed drawers
129cm wide, 71cm deep, 131cm high, stamped 'C. Hindley & Sons, 134 Oxford St. London 7856'