Maybe these will help?
One of the larger drawers
The overall appearance is making me think this was built by a good local cabinet maker for someone in town somewhere.
It's one of the lovely, totally anonymous, undateable pieces of furniture. Unless you get lucky and find a date somewhere inside the carcase.
First let me thank you for the quick answer!
Second, can you tell if the built is American/English or something else?
And, i also would like to know how can i tell the wood it's made of...it will be great if you can help me with that too...
Looks like very late 19th or early 20th C in date. Made of mahogany. Looks like someone refinished it at some point in it's life as the drawers look like they have a finish on them & originally they wouldn't have.
Without seeing it in person, I can't tell if it's English or American. There are subtle differences in construction. mfrog
Thank you mfrog and lazygardens for your answers and time.
I will try to study the differences between English and American construction.
This desk spent the last 35 years in Israel before i salvaged it from being buried under clothes and suitcases at my father's in-law storage.
Will let you know if i find anything!
You may find that it was made in Europe or middle East, which now that I know where it was for many years, that may be the case. Because I am in Canada, I see mainly english & North American furniture & this didn't strike me as being particularly either.
Good luck in your search, do let us know if you find anything. mfrog
Take a drawer in to a good woodworker - they can usually identify the wood.
It is possible that it was a school woodshop project. The joinery of the drawers suggests such.
Can you please post a full shot of the entire piece .
It is a lovely piece.