Rosewood and Mahogany Roll-Top Desk

By Edward Wormley for Dunbar

United States, 1950s
Designed in 1957 by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, this handsome mahogany desk features a generous writing surface bookended by two rosewood roll-top doors. Three shallow drawers are tucked below, the center one with small divisions at front. A hinged panel at the back allows it to convert to a partners desk. The height of the writing surface is 28.75". The bottom rail is topped with leather and the doors and the drawers have brass pulls. Original key and metal Dunbar label.

Good. Wear consistent with
age and use.
Height: 35 in. (88.9 cm)
Width: 74.75 in. (189.87 cm)
Depth: 28 in. (71.12 cm)
Mahogany, rosewood, brass

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