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"kroma" desk by antonia astori for driade, italy
a large rosewood desk by jacques hauville, france circa 1950
a rectangular table from meriebl, france 1970
1950s school desk, france
one drawer desk by charlotte perriand, circa 1962.
pierre guariche's director desk, france circa 1955
desk by andré sornay, france 1955
a green desk by andré sornay, france 1955
jacques hitier desk, circa 1958
ash desk by andré sornay, circa 1955
cansado desk by charlotte perriand, france, circa 1960
b19 french desk pierre chapo, circa 1960.
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