Classic early G-Plan in the form of this late 1950's desk, Originally a dressing table but the dark tones and square outlines are far better suited to a desk in the modern home.Floating top with recessed top drawer and 4 flanking drawers so plenty of room.Ebonised legs with brass detail to legs and handles.Overall very good condition, some lig..
----- ON HOLD -----Very stylish floating top teak desk by Austinsuite, circa 1970'sVery similar but much rarer than the G-Plan fresco style that it was inspired by (or perhaps inspired?) Like the G-plan it was initially designed as a dressing table, glass has kept the top immaculate since purchase so very little work was needed to ..
Large, sturdy oak desk circa 1960's/1970'sDesigned as a writing/artists desk with 2 shallow, wide and long drawers with 2 handles each.The top is a blue/grey vinyl, possibly a later replacement. Signs of use as to be expected, faint marks to the vinyl and patches to the oak edges as pictured.Of course, what would spoil a dining table could be ..
Attractive reworked console or kitchen table.The table, originally form the early 20th C, has had it's base painted in a hard wearing dark blue with the table detail picked out in gold and new brass handles fitted.The top has been completely replaced with a sturdy oiled oak surface.108cm wide, 47cm deep and 71cm high.£195 Pick up from our sto..
A classic G-plan design from the 1960's/1970's Fresco range, originally designed purely as a dressing table but it's angular looks and floating top have taken on a second lease of life as a sought after desk, perhaps more suited to todays home. This one is complete with the large, rectangular original mirror. 2 d..