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Most of the material we have related to Tiffany in our collection focuses on his glass. I have looked through the Tiffany Studios catalogs in our collection, but have not been able to find much in the way of desks (and none that match your description). Alastair Duncan does include information about Tiffany's foray into furniture in Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection, but most of that information deals with his work before the turn of the century.
I checked the Tiffany & Co. website to see if their archives might have some useful information, but it seems as though they have very little information about/materials relating to the company (and what they do have relates to Tiffany's jewelry). Two other places you might look for information are the Morse Museum website and the Tiffany Studios Research Center website.
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