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Dorking Desk Shop

41 West Street
Dorking
Surrey
RH4
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Speciality: Antique desks

At The Dorking Desk Shop, our aim is to show you the widest possible selection of antique desks and writing furniture available anywhere in the country (if not the world).

The Dorking Desk Shop has been established for over 20 years in the historic market town of Dorking, where we form part of a community of over 40 antique shops specialising in all aspects of collecting.

Because of our extensive selection we are able to offer everything from that elusive knee-hole design that fits snugly into the study alcove to a Partner's desk for the prestige consultancy. For those buyers seeking roll-tops, secretaires, bureaux, as well as all the other varieties of writing furniture, we feel confident that we can supply you with any item you require, and, as we are full members of the London & Provincial Antique Dealers' Association, you can purchase with the confidence that we have made a firm commitment to the Association's stringent Code of Practice.

So, if you are thinking of buying a desk or changing your present one, do not hesitate from telephoning, placing an order or calling in at our showrooms.

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