An oak, Arts & Crafts, bureau bookcase, overhanging cornice and shaped side supports, two arched and lattice glazed doors, adjustable shelves, tambour, roll top bureau with fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers and secret pen trays, two short drawers over recessed panelled, two door cupboard, repoussed, bronzed handles, escutcheon cast in relief "The Lebus Desk", circa 1900. 202cm (80in) high, 85cm (33.5in) wide, 61cm (24in) deep.
Harris Lebus was established in 1857 in Tabernacle Street, in London's East End. The main factory was in Tottenham.
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