Desk Set

May 2015
Art & Antiques;May2015, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p26
Product Review
The article offers information on a wooden oak or yellow lacquer writing desk made by the British design consortium Wales & Wales for Mallett, the New York City and London, England-based antiques and contemporary furniture dealer, known as the Glissade.


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