Antique desk in original paint


  • £2,200.00
  • €2,582 Euro
  • $2,863 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique desk in original paint

A gorgeous little 19th century pedestal desk in superb untouched condition. This beautiful desk has remained in amazing original condition from the mid 19th century. The seven drawers graduate in size, the bottom two being unusually deep and good for storage. Each drawer has its original painted green lined design, on a buff painted background with little turned rosewood handles. The surface to the top of the desk is somewhat faded, but still shows signs of the original geometric design.


  • H: 74.5cm (29.33in)
  • W: 112cm (44.09in)
  • D: 53.5cm (21.06in)


19th Century

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Telephone: +44 (0)1892 549099



51 St Johns Road
Tunbridge Wells
United Kingdom


Phoenix is a beautiful shop, situated in the historic town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Kent.

Peter & Robert have have worked within the antiques industry, for over thirty five years and joined forces to open Phoenix Antiques thirty years ago and in that time, they have built a thriving successful business.

Initially specialising in original painted furniture, some pieces often being painstakingly hand scraped down to the very first period colour, a true labour of love!

This passion naturally flowed into the love of the beautiful French fruitwoods, so often used in many of the carefully chosen pieces they now stock, together with many fabulous period mirrors, chandeliers, sconces, upholstered furniture and many more deliciously decorative things.

They have a fabulous look and have built up a large discerning client base, both here in the U K and overseas. Please do look at the website here.

Opening times:


TUESDAY - SATURDAY 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

Telephone: +44 (0)1892 549099 - answering machine available if closed

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