The second desk ID quiz of the week, although this one happened to come about from a completely separate search effort from the first. This one's also a bit tougher than the Wegner desk.
This Danish teak drop front secretary desk appeared at a nearby auction a few months ago. I was interested in the design, as it seemed little more refined than the typical secretary desk of the era, including the bulging stretchers similar to the Wegner Peacock chair. A brief search turned up nothing, not even similar stretcher details for any case piece. I wasn't that interested in bidding on it, and after checking the hammer price later, it went past what my price range would have been anyway.
Fast forward to this week, and lo and behold, the desk pops up in a search for something totally unrelated. The photo references vintage documentation of a famous designer and manufacturer. Moreover, I had never seen a collaboration between these two parties before, and am still a little skeptical as subsequent Google searches have turned up no other connection between these two.
Who knows the answer? (The Answer Is Not Risom)