Critelli's Furniture & Mattress and Transitions Furniture in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
126 King Street, St. Catharines
Ontario, Canada
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Gentlemans' Study Desks

Theodore Alexander

Item #: AL71015

54W X 30H X 30D

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The original George III, circa 1785 in the Library at Althorp. Traditionally the family sitting room, The Library today is as the architect Holland left it, save for the plaster ceiling added by John Mac Vicar Anderson in 1877. Too long for its elevation, Holland harmonized the room by cropping the end bays and inserting the pillars. The books represent the remnants of the astonishing private library amasses by the second Earl, which at one time was the finest private library in the world. Comprising 40,000 early printed books, including 58 Caxtons, it was sold complete in 1892, and is now the John Rylands Library, Manchester University.

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Model Number AL71015
CollectionAlthorp Living History
CategoryHome Office » Desks