Late Regency, English, Mahogany Sideboard
Circa 1820-1830, with classical scroll, Acanthus leaf and shell carved to low back. Two short and one long, cushion moulded frieze drawers (with substantial, solid, figured Mahogany fronts) below the flame figured solid and edge veneered top. NB the thickness of the hand cut veneer. Further long and deep drawer to the rear of the central skirt. Flame figured, panelled doors flanked by solid round pillars with deep gadrooning to lower edge. The doors over shelves, one deep drawer and one cellarette. The whole on eight, carved in the round Acorn shaped feet. Original condition revived by copious waxing; otherwise “as found”.