John Vesey Stainless Steel Bronze Neoclassical Desk


Opulent and rare 1960s stainless steel and bronze writing table, bureau plat desk designed by John Vesey (American 1924-1992). Made in the grand neoclassical French Louis XVI taste featuring gilt bronze trim and an iconic profile with elegant fluted column supports. Each column is decorated with gilt acanthus swag trim and bronze mounts ending with bronze sabots. The top of the desk has a leather inset with gilt trim and the drawers are lined in a luxurious moss green velvet. Elusive desk with a famous roster of clients including Howard Hughes, Hubert de Givenchy, and many others. From an estate in San Francisco, CA.

Dimensions: 63"w x 32.5"d x 30.5"h

Circa: 1960s, United States

Materials: Steel, Bronze, Leather, Wood

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with age appropriate wear as seen in photos. Minor wear on plated surfaces and leather top. No key present.

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