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Writing box or table desk, probably painted by Lucas Hornebolte (c.1492-1544) c.1525-27 (walnut  oak with painted  gilded leather), belonging to King Henry VIII (1491-1547) showing the heraldic badges of Henry and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon and the royal coat of arms; covered with shagreen added in 18th century; figures of Mars, Venus and Cupid; head of Christ; St. George and the dragon; Catherine of Aragon

Writing box or table desk, probably painted by Lucas Hornebolte (c.1492-1544) c.1525-27 (walnut oak with painted gilded leather), belonging to King Henry VIII (1491-1547) showing the heraldic badges of Henry and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon and the royal coat of arms; covered with shagreen added in 18th century; figures of Mars, Venus and Cupid; head of Christ; St. George and the dragon; Catherine of Aragon

Detail of Henry VIII's writing box c. 1525.  This impressive writing box was almost certainly created in the court workshops of Henry VIII (reign: 1509 to 1547). Lined with leather it is painted with the heraldic badges of Henry VIII and his first queen, Katherine of Aragon (1485-1536), as well as the royal coat of arms.

Detail of Henry VIII's writing box c. 1525. This impressive writing box was almost certainly created in the court workshops of Henry VIII (reign: 1509 to 1547). Lined with leather it is painted with the heraldic badges of Henry VIII and his first queen, Katherine of Aragon (1485-1536), as well as the royal coat of arms.

Sculpture by: George Lundeen 1948 - American Figurative sculptor

Sculpture by: George Lundeen 1948 - American Figurative sculptor

Unusual Revival Desk    True one of a kind piece with several styles and time periods incorporated. Masterfully crafted throughout, with inlay, relief carvings, applied carvings and a painted center panel.   Purportedly made in St Louis, Mo, c,1890  70 ½” x 52” x 22”

Unusual Revival Desk True one of a kind piece with several styles and time periods incorporated. Masterfully crafted throughout, with inlay, relief carvings, applied carvings and a painted center panel. Purportedly made in St Louis, Mo, c,1890 70 ½” x 52” x 22”

UN CAFÉ A LA MEDIA NOCHE: Clarice Lispector

UN CAFÉ A LA MEDIA NOCHE: Clarice Lispector

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