Royal early Victorian mahogany writing table from Windsor Castle with rectangular top with inset green leather over three drawers with lions head brass knobs, raised on turned circular tapered legs. Casters. Branded on underside Windsor Castle Room 449 and a crown with VR for Queen Victoria and date 1866. Also paper label with VR. Christies Provenance. In good condition.
30 in. H x 41.38 in. W x 21.38 in. D
76 cm H x 105 cm W x 54 cm D
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