This sophisticated writing desk makes a dramatic statement in your home office. With a stately and ornate appeal, this functional desk with cabriole legs that end in ball and claw feet features a center drawer with a drop-front option for use as a keyboard tray, one file drawer for letter size legal files, and two utility drawers with a mousepad drop-in. The top of this classic desk option features faux leather inserts on top to complete the timeless design. An intricate and mature option that speaks volumes about your quality taste, bring this desk into your home today.
The 434 Ball and Claw Writing Desk
at Sprintz Furniture in the Nashville, Franklin, and Greater Tennessee area. Product availability may vary.
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In some cases, a molded resin is used to simulate wood carvings. On most designs, end panels extend to the floor for added strength and stability. Many cases feature sturdy levelers to permit adjustment on uneven floors.
Storage & Features
Center Drawer Options
*Keyboard Rollout Drawer (std.)
Drawer / Shelf Construction
Drawers feature English dovetail construction at front and back for exceptional strength, plywood drawer bottoms attached to plywood drawer sides with hot glue for strength, and a urethane or high-solids lacquer finish for smoothness and durability.
Certain drawers feature durable wood-on-wood drawer guides. Male guides are waxed for consistent smooth operation. Guides connect to dust frame rails with interlocking notches for precise fit. Screws attach the guide to the front dust frame for strength.
Desks and computer cabinets feature the Power Director II power center with two switched electrical outlets, one phone “out” jack, one high-speed data “out” port, and one USB port on the front.
Composition & Warranty
Most tops are five-ply tops, which are lumber banded for added edge protection and for stable panel construction.
Case frames are assembled from solid lumber & select wood veneers, with strong mortise & tenon joints, reinforced by mechanical fasteners & glue. Raised panel doors have strong panel and frame construction to help prevent warping.