Antique Pedestal Desk

Antique Pedestal Desk
Circa 1850
Free standing oak pedestal desk with solid oak gallery and retaining the original leather lined writing surface. Nine cock-beaded drawers with wooden knob handles. One lock is replaced, others are original.
The whole stands on a plinth base with concealed castors on the underside.
Charles Hindley & Sons were established at 31 & 32 Berners Street, London, as carpet and rug manufacturers, later taking over the Oxford Street cabinet-makers Miles & Edwards in 1844. The company was a noted furniture-maker, receiving a Royal Warrant of Appointment and a place at the 1851 Great Exhibition.


Stamped on inside of central drawer C. Hindley & Sons, 154 Oxford Street, London and the numbers 3490

53.94 inches
31.10 inches
29.72 inches
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