William IV Rosewood Brassbound Writing Slope.
A fine example of a rosewood, brassbound writing slope dating back to c.1830, with a brass top and key escutcheon and a working lock and tasselled key. Open the box to reveal a releathered writing surface, a nib slope, pen slope and compartment to the underneath, with a inkwell positioned in its section. The box has a section underneath the writing surface for paperwork and another section underneath the inside lid.
A superb writing slope in super condition.
The box measures 36 x 24 and stands 12.7 cm high.