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Antique Sideboards

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19th Century Mahogany Antique Sideboard Table

Regency mahogany antique side board or serving table. This table has faded to a fashionable pale honey colour while retaining a good patina. Photographed here before restoration, this table can be restored by our in house restorers to your specification. Choose from a light revive and wax to a full re-polish.

English circa 1810 £1,800
TGH 17 3 3

56cm / 22" deep
122cm / 48" wide
75cm / 29½" high

18th George III Period Mahogany Antique Sideboard

18th century George III period mahogany estate desk. The estate desk was originally intended for use without a chair, so makes a very useful bedroom piece to use as a dessing table with mirror on top if there is no room for a chair, or as a small sideboard for the dining room as it is the perfect height at which to stand to serve.

English circa 1790 £2,800

41½" wide
33½" high
21" deep

18th George III Period Mahogany Antique Sideboard

18th century George III period antique sideboard standing on six square taper legs with spade feet. This sideboard is made of a really fine cut of mahogany with boxwood and ebony stringing. The mahogany has faded to a good pale colour while retailing a lovely deep patina. It is a good size, high enough for your staff to serve from and not too deep to as to encroach on the room.

English circa 1780 £3,800

12 16 06

137cm / 54" wide
62cm / 24½" deep
91cm / 36" high

18th Century George III Period Antique Sideboard

George III period serving table of serpentine form, made of mahogany with boxwood stringing. This antique serving table is a graceful form with thin top and thin square taper legs. The finish is smooth and even and it is in remarkably good condition. The drawers linings are made of oak and the dovetails are hand cut and precise as one would expect of the best furniture of this period. This sideboard is narrow in depth, so will not encroach too far into the room, while the deep drawers afford lots of storage space.

English circa 1790 £5,800

12 16 05

150cm / 69" wide
94cm / 37" high
66cm / 26" deep

George III Mahogany Antique Bow Fronted Sideboard

George III period mahogany serpentine fronted sideboard. This sideboard has a wonderful patina that will come up very nicely when our workshop had buffed it with beeswax. The front is flame mahogany with stringing in box and ebony. The legs have an unusual and pleasing chamfer which is also strung. Two of the drawers have lead lined wine coolers which lift out entirely. In total there are two drawers which are and two drawers which are not wine coolers.

English circa 1790 £3,800


158cm / 62½" wide
92cm / 36" high
76cm / 30" deep

George I Period Early 18th Century Walnut Desk

Early 18th century George I period desk made of quarter cut burr walnut with feather banding around the drawers. Desks of this height are sometimes referred to as an estate desk as they were designed to be stood at, but it could equally have been designed for use as a sideboard in the dining room or as a dressing table. This is a very good example of this period of pre-mahogany cabinet making. The hand made construction is very fine, with oak lined drawers, proper dovetails, feather banding and a double moulded edge around the drawer surround rather than on the drawers themselves. There are seven drawers as well as a cupboard set in the central recess. The walnut has faded to a lovely golden colour and the piece has achieved a good deep patina.

English circa 1720 £4,800

09 16 02

89cm / 35" wide
52cm / 20½" deep
79cm / 31" high

George III antique sideboard

Antique sideboard made of an especially fine cut of mahogany. The sheer size of the sections of timber used in the construction of this piece is impressive. As is so often the case with furniture of this age, the original turned handles have been replaced by brass handles thought to be more correct for the period.
The top left drawer has dividers for wine bottles and the central doors open to reveal adjustable shelves.

George III circa 1800 £1,800

10 14 05

23" deep
55 1/2" wide
36 1/2" high

Mahogany antique sideboard

Charming small scale antique sideboard made of mahogany with many inlaid pieces of cross banding, flame veneer, stringing, harewood and others which have faded to a nice pale colour. The legs are square taper with spades at the base and the at the top of each is fluting with the double flute inserts at the base (I forget the official name).

English circa 1790 £5,800

03 14 06

26 1/4" deep
4' wide
36" high

Bow fronted antique sideboard

Great quality bow fronted sideboard with book matched flame mahogany front panels, tambour sliding centre panel and double stringing all round.

English circa 1800 £1,800

03 14 03

30 1/2" deep
67" wide
36" high

Oak antique serving table

Antique serving table made of oak and pollard oak, this serving table is exceptionally well made with mahogany drawer linings and proper precision dovetails. It has hidden drawers in the frieze for cutlery, linen etc.

English circa 1840-1880 £4,800

04 14 10

23" deep max
66 1/2" wide max
34 1/2" high

George IV antique mahogany sideboard

Very fine quality period George IV antique mahogany sideboard of impressive architectural form, with wonderful flame mahogany veneers and all mahogany lined drawers, doors and sliders, the inside contains linen sliders, there are three cutlery drawers and a wine cooler drawer, the whole piece is supported on four huge turned wooden casters so it can be moved around as necessary, Irish circa 1830 £3,200

MS 070

96" wide
26" deep max
38" high to centre surface
51" high max