No. 10 Writing Board
Set up anywhere with this leather trimmed wooden lap desk – great for laptops, tablets, & books!
3 in stock
- American Cherry with brass, copper, and leather
- Lap desk dimensions: 20″ x 16” x 0.5″, 3 lbs
- Conveniently holds pen/pencil, cards, notes, papers, etc.
- May be personalized with up to 3 initials on solid brass plate
- Shipping & Information
Orders received by 2:00pm CST will ship same Business Day. This includes orders requesting personalized engraving or embossing. (“Business days” means Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.)
Ultra Convenient Wooden Lap Desk, No. 10 Writing Board
They say necessity is the mother of invention, and that’s how this lap desk was born. Perfectly suited to writing from a chair and loaded with conveniences like rare earth magnets, straps and gutter for securing writing utensils, brass screws to hold an assortment of papers, and more – it’s no wonder this writing board is a Colonel favorite! So unique he’s even patented it (U.S. Patent D657419).
Since I write from a chair more often than at a desk, I expended a little creative effort to make my life easier. The result is the No. 10 Writing Board Lap Desk.
– Colonel Littleton
Four brass screws spaced across the top hold an assortment of papers, while four leather straps secure your writing instrument. There’s also a pencil gutter and two small leather corner pockets to hold cards or notes. A copper tube at the bottom prevents your book or papers from sliding off the board. Two rare earth magnets on each side hold paper clips, pens, scissors, etc. The Writing Board is also handy for supporting your laptop or iPad®*.
- Handmade American Cherry lap desk: 20″ x 16” x 0.5″, 3 lbs
- Made in Lynnville, TN, USA by one of our local craftsmen
- May be personalized with three initials on brass plate
*iPad® is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.
U.S. Patent D657419
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Leather is a passion for me. There are more kinds of leather and leather processing out there than you can shake a stick at. You can mold leather into just about any shape or form. You can make every hide look just alike. You can dye it green, blue or even pink. You can apply a finish, coat it, spray it or make it look slick and shiny. That’s not what we’re about at Col. Littleton. To me the beauty is in the naturalness of the leather. People always comment to me about the special “feel” of our leather and how it becomes even more beautiful after it has some wear on it. It’s all about our leather process. When you buy Col. Littleton leather goods, you’re buying, for the most part, full-grain American vegetable-tanned steer hide that has received a minimum of alteration. We don’t apply a finish to hide character markings. The way I see it, every marking tells a story and covering them robs the piece of its life and character.
I see a real resurgence in the country today for products made in America. Our focus is to design and create products that speak to the time-honored traditions that have made this country great such as handmade craftsmanship, authentic rich leathers and quality workmanship. There’s a nostalgic feel about the products we make . . . most of them could have been made 100 years ago and many are made using turn-of-the-20th-century methodology and machinery. Our products are true Americana; forged as our forefathers intended by people who care and take pride in making a beautiful product.