A rare and fine early 19th Century William IV Irish flame mahogany secretaire bookcase, beautifully hand carved with a rich patina. The pediment with a stunning centred scallop shell flanked with scrolling foliate motif detail carved in high relief, raised above twin astragal glazed panel doors opening to shelved interior, flanked with two finely turned columns. The lower section with one single long drawer and two short drawers all with decorative brass ring pulls. The centred long drawer folds outwards to reveal a writing surface and fitted interior with five centred cubby holes below single drawer, flanked with an arrangement of four further drawers to either side. Below are two panelled cupboard doors which open to reveal shelved interior flanked with a further pair of turned columns, supported on moulded platform plinth base.
H: 84.5 in / 214.7 cm W: 72.75 in / 184.8 cm D: 22.5 in / 57.3 cm