Primary Wood: Spanish Mahogany, solid and veneer, Holly, Dyed Veneer.
Secondary Wood: Eastern White Pine.
Reproduction of a Seymour Tambour Desk with inlayed Tambour.
The original, by John Seymour, was made circa 1793-1796 in Boston, MA.
It is now in the collection at the Winterthur Museum, Delaware.
Plans by Robert Millard were used.
The robins egg blue shade of water-based paint was color matched to the light blue baize writing surface, which was produced in Great Britain.
The hardware is from Horton Brasses and Londonderry Brasses.
The finish is a French polished shellac.