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Victorian Mahogany Spinet Desk by the Grand Rapids Chair Company.

The Grand Rapids Chair Company was a significant furniture manufacturer based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and it operated during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

During the Victorian era (1837–1901), furniture styles were diverse, reflecting a range of influences such as Gothic, Rococo, and Renaissance Revival.

Mahogany was a popular wood choice for furniture during this time due to its durability and rich color.

A spinet desk typically refers to a small, compact writing desk with a sloping top that opens to reveal a writing surface and compartments for stationery. These desks were often designed with elegance and functionality in mind, catering to the refined tastes of the Victorian era.

Victorian Mahogany Spinet Desk

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