An Early 19th Century Gothic Oak desk, after a Design by Thomas Chippendale

A copy of an almost identical original library table made for the Countess of Pomfret and her Gothic Revival townhouse, Pomfret Castle, on Arlington Street. Latterly owned by W.G. ‘Single Speech’ Hamilton (1729 – 1796), a statesman and an Irish  MP, and  his descendants. The original table now  at Temple Newsam House, Leeds. Pictured in ‘English Furniture 1500-1840’ by Geoffrey Beard & Judith Goodison.

Acquired from Carlton Hobbs, London, by Ann and Gordon Getty in 1992.

Height: 80cm, 31 1/2″
Width: 204cm, 80 1/4″
Depth: 175.5cm, 69″