1930’s Gordon Russell Oak Desk from Bolton School

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1930’s Gordon Russell Oak Desk from Bolton School

MILES GRIFFITHS ANTIQUES

Fabulous 1930’s Gordon Russell Oak Desk from Bolton School

Designed by WH Curly Russell for The Masters Desk at Bolton School and made by Gordon Russell workshops, the design number is 893.
This quality oak Gordon Russell kneehole desk is in the original finish and features panelled sides and two panelled cupboards doors, inside one is shelved whilst the other has four beautifully made sliding trays. Very well made throughout and in fabulous condition. Perfect to use as a writing desk or computer at home or the office.

Dimensions
Height: 74cm (29.37")
Width: 137cm (54.37")
Depth: 60cm (23.81")

Additional Info
The kneehole opening is 64cm high x 56cm wide.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 74cm (29.13in)
  • W: 137cm (53.94in)
  • D: 60cm (23.62in)

Period: 

First quarter 20th Century

 

Miles Griffiths Antiques Ltd.  Unit 2 Deanfield Court. Link 59 Business Park. Clitheroe Lancashire. BB71QS - See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/contact.asp#sthash.VWB6mGyQ.dpuf
Miles Griffiths Antiques Ltd.  Unit 2 Deanfield Court. Link 59 Business Park. Clitheroe Lancashire. BB71QS - See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/contact.asp#sthash.VWB6mGyQ.dpuf
Miles Griffiths Antiques Ltd.  Unit 2 Deanfield Court. Link 59 Business Park. Clitheroe Lancashire. BB71QS - See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/contact.asp#sthash.VWB6mGyQ.dpuf

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MILES GRIFFITHS ANTIQUES

Yorkshire Dales
By Appointment Only
LA6 3PJ
United Kingdom

WWW.MILESGRIFFITHSANTIQUES.CO.UK

Miles was born in 1970 and raised in a country house in Lancashire. Here, his parents’ eclectic interiors (his mum once famously painted the loo seat purple!) undoubtedly stoked his interest in antiques and design.

Trained yet bored by his textile design degree, Miles moved on and with his mum, established a local retail emporium. He supplied antique props for the shop floor, which gained interest and attention from members of the public.

This was the beginning of Miles Griffiths Antiques.

Opening his first antiques shop, Miles quickly gained a local fan club, he’d often return with his wares to find queues waiting for their next antiques fix. Later, having outgrown the shop, Miles dealt primarily with the antiques trade at fairs. This meant very early morning starts and he was soon travelling all over the country.

He established a following on the circuit as a reputable dealer with a superb eye for the decorative and unexpected.

- See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/meet-miles.asp#sthash.9xIQudqK.dpuf

Miles was born in 1970 and raised in a country house in Lancashire. Here, his parents’ eclectic interiors (his mum once famously painted the loo seat purple!) undoubtedly stoked his interest in antiques and design.

Trained yet bored by his textile design degree, Miles moved on and with his mum, established a local retail emporium. He supplied antique props for the shop floor, which gained interest and attention from members of the public.

This was the beginning of Miles Griffiths Antiques.

Opening his first antiques shop, Miles quickly gained a local fan club, he’d often return with his wares to find queues waiting for their next antiques fix. Later, having outgrown the shop, Miles dealt primarily with the antiques trade at fairs. This meant very early morning starts and he was soon travelling all over the country.

He established a following on the circuit as a reputable dealer with a superb eye for the decorative and unexpected.

- See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/meet-miles.asp#sthash.9xIQudqK.dpuf
Miles was born in 1970 and raised in a country house in Lancashire. Here, his parents’ eclectic interiors (his mum once famously painted the loo seat purple!) undoubtedly stoked his interest in antiques and design - See more at: http://www.milesgriffithsantiques.co.uk/meet-miles.asp#sthash.9xIQudqK.dpuf

Miles was born in 1970 and raised in a country house in Lancashire. Here, his parents’ eclectic interiors (his mum once famously painted the loo seat purple!) undoubtedly stoked his interest in antiques and design.

Trained yet bored by his textile design degree, Miles moved on and with his mum, established a local retail emporium. He supplied antique props for the shop floor, which gained interest and attention from members of the public.

This was the beginning of Miles Griffiths Antiques.

Opening his first antiques shop, Miles quickly gained a local fan club, he’d often return with his wares to find queues waiting for their next antiques fix. Later, having outgrown the shop, Miles dealt primarily with the antiques trade at fairs. This meant very early morning starts and he was soon travelling all over the country.

He established a following on the circuit as a reputable dealer with a superb eye for the decorative and unexpected.

Now in its 25th year, Miles Griffiths Antiques is a friendly, family run company with Miles’ wife Rebecca, cousin Emily and good friends, Mark and Simon on board.

Miles and Rebecca’s children, Maisie and Sandy often help out in the holidays.

Many of you will have met Miles’ faithful canine companions Alf and Sprout, who appear in many of the website images.

Miles deals mainly in English antiques from the 1700s to the best 20th century designers.

Member of LAPADA and CINOA

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