The Story:

A Swedish early Gustavian period secretary with library from the 18th century with shaped cornice, scalped apron, and original bronze hardware.  The upper section has four fixed shelves, the top slotted for utensils. The slant front opens to reveal nine drawers with a center shelf behind the desk surface. Below are three full-length drawers. The depth with the slant front open is 31.13 inches.

We offer expedited, fully-insured, custom packaged / crated, global shipping, including delivery to the door service, delivery to a receiver service, and white glove service, which includes inside setup with debris removal.  Please inquire for more information.
The Gustavian style, named after King Gustav III of Sweden, is a restrained interpretation of the French Louis XV and Louis XVI style. King Gustav III was enamored with the neoclassical style and therefore created his own beautiful interpretation for Sweden. The Gustavian style originated in the late 1700’s, inspired by French Neoclassicism, and is still highly sought after today.


78″ H x 41.32″ W x 19.32″ D

18th c. Swedish Early Gustavian Secretary with Library

Item #: 2126


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18th c. Swedish Early Gustavian Secretary with Library

Item # : 2126