Wishbone Drawer Desk

Designed by:  Skram
Manufactured by:  Skram

Skram’s original wishbone drawer desk is offered in 2 standard symmetrical models and variety of bookmatched veneers and metal finishes. Both models feature three drawers. All drawers are maple with cork-lined bottoms, ride on concealed, soft-closing runners, and open via low profile tab pulls, finished to match metalwork. Wire management options available by request. Custom sizes, configurations, and materials are available. Residential or contract use. Manufactured by Skram.

Model W26: 60” W, 30” D, 29.5” H
Model W27: 72” W, 36” D, 29.5” H

$5,102.00-$7,195.00
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Designed by:  Skram
Manufactured by:  Skram

Skram’s original wishbone drawer desk is offered in 2 standard symmetrical models and variety of bookmatched veneers and metal finishes. Both models feature three drawers. All drawers are maple with cork-lined bottoms, ride on concealed, soft-closing runners, and open via low profile tab pulls, finished to match metalwork. Wire management options available by request. Custom sizes, configurations, and materials are available. Residential or contract use. Manufactured by Skram.

Model W26: 60” W, 30” D, 29.5” H
Model W27: 72” W, 36” D, 29.5” H

Skram

Founded in 2001, Skram Furniture is based in North Carolina and is known for its beautifully-crafted furniture and lighting designs that combine natural materials – wood, metals, leather, cork, and stone – to create innovative, modern forms.  Skram manipulates these materials in both traditional, time-honored ways as well as availing itself of state-of-the-art 21st century production technologies.  Founder and principal designer, A. Jacob Marks, is distinguished for his organic, hand-shaped seating and spare, rectilinear casegoods and tables – unique in their negotiation of proportion, line, and visual weight. Marks notes that “our products are a distillation of the essential; they are a spare negotiation of beauty, utility and durability. With each object, we embark on a measured refinement to find its core, which is then expressed through a graceful coalescence of form, line, proportion and materiality.”