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Formal Sideboards

Below is a sample of antiques available.  Click on images for more details.

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England. Circa 1790.

This exquisite sea chest has been restored to its original glory and is a unique excellent example of its breed. In blue and black with gold trim, it is a departure from the norm with its single, wide drawer at the base. Aesthetics aside, the size of this chest is perfect for use as a coffee table or occasional table and the nautical theme is never out of style.

Small Bow Front Sideboard

England. Circa 1840.

This mahogany bow front sideboard has attractive lines, but the "plum pudding" mahogany veneer on the drawer fronts elevates it to another level of beauty. Serving to further divide this from the hoi polloi of indentured furniture is the use of birdseye maple panels flanking the drawer banks. All this fine wood is then delicately inlaid with ebony stringing. A truly unique and desirable sideboard.

Mahogany Bow Front Sideboard

England. Circa 1850.

While this sideboard has an attractive appearance, with its beautifully matched mahogany grain and deeply fluted, turned legs, it is (cliché warning) what's on the inside that counts. Each cellarette drawer features slots for 9 wine bottles. Created sometime in the mid-nineteenth century in classic Regency style, this sideboard also features a center silver drawer with dividers and felt lining.

Mahogany Sideboard on Fluted Legs

England. Circa 1840.

With a center silver drawer flanked by cupboards, this serpentine sideboard is constructed of solid mahogany. Most sideboards of this period employ lesser woods behind a veneer of mahogany. English sideboards have mahogany solids used in framework and sides, but the cabinetmaker who made this one chose to use mahogany throughout the whole construction.

Solid Mahogany Serpentine Sideboard

England. Circa 1890.

This inlaid mahogany serpentine front sideboard has an arched brass rail that mimics the curve of the front. Intricate satinwood, olivewood, and ebony wood inlays decorate the front of this elegantly proportioned sideboard and the top is a beautifully figured solid mahogany board.

English, Inlaid Serpentine Sideboard

England. Circa 1830.

Beautifully shaped and with classic proportions, this William IV sideboard has a shaped and crossbanded top and the drawer fronts are cross banded and have ebony stringing.  The center silver drawer is flanked by an outfitted cellarette drawer and a cupboard.  Supported on turned, carved and fluted legs ending in egg feet, this sideboard has a presence that is hard to match by today’s furniture.

William IV Mahogany Sideboard

England. Circa 1870.

This diminutive mahogany serpentine sideboard is perfect for the traditional dining room with a distinct lack of wall space; at 54" long, it can add a bit of panache to a smaller dining room. Deeply serpentine and inlaid with a band of rosewood on the front, it has just the right look and proportions to complete a dining room.

Small Serpentine Sideboard