A Regency Calamander and Rosewood Writing Table, in the Manner of John Mclean

CIRCA 1810

Height: 31" Width: 40.25" Depth: 24.25"

Inventory Number 8252-302





The vibrant top with rounded corners, brass-bound edge and three-quarter gallery pierced with Greek key decoration, over two frieze drawers with brass bead paneling; raised on lyre-end supports joined by an arched stretcher; the downswept legs endiing in finely cast stiff-leaf caps and casters.




Collection of Charles, 7th Marquess of Londenderry; Country Life, 10th July 1937, table illustrated in the 'boudouir' at Londonderry House

Additional Information

This elegant table relates to a small group of writing tables of this form, associated with the Regency cabinet-maker John McLean & Son of Upper Marylebone Street and Pancras Street, Tottenham Court Road, London.