circa: 1900 width: 72 height: 43 length: 23.5 This antique quartersawn oak sideboard was crafted in Edwardian England by Maple & Company around 1900. Today, the oak retains a deep, lustrous complexion and a striking grain, both of which have grown more beautiful over the years with the development of a lovely patina. Brass hardware, distinctive paneling and detailed carvings complement the wood beautifully, producing a gorgeous sideboard that will look great in any setting. Both the back and the sides feature high-quality paneling, while all drawers feature hand-cut dovetailed joints. The two interior drawers are felt-lined, while the one on the left has sustained some damage to the felt lining. All of the cabinet doors also lock with an accompanying set of keys. This sideboard is incredibly sturdy, although it has sustained some minor wear, including a few scuffs in the surfaces of the wood as well as a superficial separation in the counter. Also, all of the teardrop pulls that originally would have been attached to the cabinet doors have been removed, leave only the mounts to which they were once attached; the mounts are still easily turned, so the doors open with ease as they always have. Overall condition therefore remains very good.
Antique Sideboards & Buffets