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Roger Sprunger Desk and Credenza

An excellent, recently re-polished, splendid rosewood executive desk. A fine example of American design by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar, 1970s.


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Fancy owning one of the all time great desks that America has to offer? Then look no further than this 1970s rosewood executive desk with bronze effect side panels, designed by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar. The desk has three pencil drawers and a beautiful faceted edge under the desk where the drawers pulls are located. For the asking price, you not only get the desk but you also get the matching credenza featured in some of the photos. The top of this desk has been professionally french polished and looks amazing, the metal on the legs has been left as is. Interested? Contact us today on 0780 7882180
Designer Roger Sprunger
Dimensions Desk - Depth: 965mm; Width: 2134mm; Height: 735mm | Credenza - Depth: 465mm; Width: 2036mm; Height: 690mm
Style mid-century modern, retro, vintage, vintage modern
Period 1970s, 20th century, 70s, Mid-Century, Seventies
Category Desks, Furniture, Tables
Tags mid-century modern desk, mid-century desk, retro desk, vintage desk, vintage modern desk, roger sprunger desk, roger sprunger for sale, buy roger sprunger, purchase roger sprunger
The top has been re-polished and is in excellent condition. The legs were left original and have signs of age and use, but are best left as they are; the bronze is a paint effect and not a solid metal that can be polished. The right hand corner of the drawer side (drawers facing out when viewed) of the table has a small chip in its centre of roughly 5mm height x 7mm width. To the extreme left and right of the drawer units (drawers facing out when viewed; left and right corners of the inside of the desk), there are signs of slight impact damage to the veneer which caused 'buckling' or 'lifting' to the finish, and there is evidence that this was subsequently glued.
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