Lady’s office said “Capuchin”

This lady’s desk has the particularity of being transformed.
When you open the tray, you will see a circular step appear, reminiscent of the hood of the monks of the Capuchin order.
The tray is the perfect size for writing or working on the computer.

This desk has an inkwell and a moire sun visor to work in peace.
A pull tab allows the tray to be tilted for reading or drawing. Its slightly curved legs add grace to this marvelous desk.

We find on the drawers the initials F and M, signs of the Freemasons.

This varnished walnut desk can be unfolded and stored according to your desires and needs.

Early XIX
France

Height: 36,61 inch (93cm)
Width: 27,95 (71cm)
Open depth: 25,59 inch (65cm)
Closed depth: 16,14 inch (41cm)

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