I picked up a free model on Renderosity in 2010 that had been created in 2002, of a rolltop desk. Lately, I decided to move it to Blender, where I updated the topology, and made some changes to the design. Since the original creator made it clear in his readme that the model was for non-commercial purposes only, and that he would like some compensation if the model was otherwise used, I tried to get in touch with him, because I would like to share the new version of the desk, with his restrictions on use.
Here's the desk shown on his gallery page on Renderosity: https://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/desk-quickie-1/297881/?p
But he removed all his models! The web page he listed no longer exists, and the email address is invalid. All I can find on the web is a "Tempest F W & Son", an architect firm in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, with no email address.
The desk, as I have enhanced it, is grouped and parented to an empty, as is each drawer. I used a procedural texture for the cherry finish, but have also mapped all surfaces. Drawer interiors have an image texture from textures.com. The tambour (the rolling part (which didn't exist in the original)) is an array mapped to a curve, parented to the head of the tambour, mapped to the same curve, so changing the Z axis value of the head will make the tambour follow the inset grooves on the desk. I also modified the desk so that the hinged sides actually open/close on the hinges.
After a consult with Blendswap powers-that-be, I am marking this as fan art, for non-commercial purposes only. Unless or until someone establishes contact with FW Tempest & Son, and can loosen the restriction...
The studio backdrop is by dzerbs.
Final editing took place in Blender 2.79 (cycles).