The Universal Desk is a replica of a table in Longleat House, Wiltshire, U.K.
It was originally designed to be used as a writing and reading desk. It has ‘three’ tops which tilt and open up to give numerous heights and angles.
It’s versatility enables it to be put to many uses.
The top has a full hide leather covering which gives it a suitable surface for writing as opposed to a veneer which could easily be marked using modern writing implements.
Made primarily from Brazilian Mahogany with Oak drawers and using Ebony, Maple and Brass.
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