We are pleased to offer you this very nice Chippendale styled mahogany block front secretary desk made by the Colonial Mfg. Co. under license to the Edison Institute of Dearborn Michigan. The Henry Ford Museums started the recreation of their American Furniture masterpieces by granting permission to a few of the very finest Michigan Furniture making companies in the mid 20th century. This is a stunning recreation of the museum's item number 2318. It possesses a fantastically formed block fronted case with curlicued brasses, locks and key, well formed and scrolled apron on tall bracket base feet. Its interior has a triple shell carving with block faced drawers and cubbies, as well as concealed hidden drawers built into its moldings. You are looking at straight off the truck photos. Our woodworker will be detailing out a few very tiny dings and scratches. These are very high quality pieces that were made in limited production. We hold them in the highest regard and aggressively pursue the the few the come to the market place each year for our growing customer base. It is 40 1/2" long, 23 1/2" wide and 43" tall.