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19th C. Sheraton Inlaid Sideboard

19th C. Sheraton Inlaid Sideboard

19th C. Sheraton Inlaid Sideboard

A superb 19th C. Sheraton Satinwood inlaid sideboard with brass gallery. The sideboard has a shaped breakfront. Very intricate inlay. There are three drawers with round laurel pulls above four-door with shelves. Each shelf finished and fronts veneered. Inlay woods consist of tulipwood, ebony, olive wood, and fruitwoods. These inlays are in urns shapes, fan, Bellflower, clover, swags, ribbons, and string inlays. The sideboard interior wood, drawers lined with mahogany. A fantastic patina french polish. Tapered legs with spade feet (inlaid). The brass gallery (not original) replaced a wooden splashback (has been removed). This sideboard is again very well made and quality English craftsmanship. 39.5″ tall to the serving top.

DIMENSIONS

H 51.5 in. x W 74.5 in. x D 24.5 in.

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19th Century Neoclassical Style Painted Sideboard

19th Century Neoclassical Style Painted Sideboard

19th Century Neoclassical Style Painted Sideboard

A very fine English sideboard. A real space filler and focal piece. This is what we call a step up sideboard. The top has service space and has a step up portion with two sliding panelled fronts cantered panel with lady. On the top of this section there are areas where a brass gallery once existed. (No gallery with this piece). There are six strong legs each highly decorated notice the detailed feet, there is a shelf for support and storage. Two deep well drawers and tree drawers across the front. Painted and accented very well with gold highlights. Very impressive piece. Measures: Serving height of top 38.25″.

DIMENSIONS

44.5 in.Hx91.25 in.Wx31 in.D

113 cmHx232 cmWx79 cmD

 

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19th Century English Inlaid Sideboard

19th Century English Inlaid Sideboard

19th Century English Inlaid Sideboard

19th century English inlaid sideboard with a step up back. This sideboard has wood inlay to the front and sides. Very intricate inlay. The sides have a large fan inlays. The front has figural characters, Floral, leaf and vine, quarter fan and an oval urn inlay to the front doors and drawers. There are two cabinets (one with a wine rack), long center drawer and a lower warming drawer. There are six reeded and turned legs and rounded corners on the top to match the shape, these are inlaid on the top with a fan design. A beautiful grain mahogany top and string inlays leading to a step up back which is inlaid on the front of the step up. This sideboard has a delightful color and patina. Exquisite piece. Mortise and tenon on the back, brass handles and oak interiors. Circa 1820-1830.

38 in.Hx80 in.Wx26.75 in.D

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English Walnut Serving Sideboard

English Walnut Serving Sideboard

English Walnut Serving Sideboard

A very high quality 19th century Queen Anne walnut serving sideboard. This server is made of figured bleached walnut and interior quality oak. The server has a breakfront which the centre is set back. Giving the ends a pedestal look. There are two drawers, top one fitted for serving pieces. Two doors which one side a cabinet and sliding shelf, the other has a zinc lined bottle holder. The sides also shaped on the sides beautifully. The aprons all shaped and carved on the front. The brass hardware (well patinated) are distinctive. There are six cabriole legs with pad feet. Exceptional French polish finish. From England, circa 1880.

DIMENSIONS

36.5 in.Hx72 in.Wx25.75 in.D

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Early 20th Century English Sideboard

Early 20th Century English Sideboard

Early 20th Century English Sideboard

This is a spectacular looking and quality early 20th century English sideboard. Beautiful plum pudding cut mahogany top and front. Even the edging is decorated with matching mahogany. There are three drawers across the front and two tambour doors revealing open storage. The board is resting upon six tapered and inlaid legs ending with brass castors. Sides are solid mahogany and the top is shaped. Multiple woods were used giving this piece extra character. Brass decorated handles show the quality considered in making this unique piece. The size is more of a server size but versatile, circa 1910-1930.

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