Antique Carved New England Sideboard
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Antique Buffet – New England Style


Item: Antique Mahogany Carved New England Sideboard

Age: Circa 1820

Details: Solid Mahogany Antique Server with Twelve Drawers.
Carved Columns between the drawers
Scroll work on apron and backsplash

Condition: Very good antique condition. Original finish, some light mars to the finish on top.

Size: 66″ wide x 20″ deep x 48.5″ tall

Shipping: We generally deliver within a 250 mile radius of our store in Waynesboro Pennsylvania for a fee based on mileage. Outside of our area, we’d be happy to work with the shipper of your choice. After purchase, a member of our staff will contact you to confirm delivery/pick up details. Pick up at our store location is free.

If you have any questions or would like to purchase by phone, please call 717-375-8166.

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This is a beautiful solid mahogany antique New England style sideboard from circa 1820. It features exuberantly carved columns, quirky diagonally carved sections, and a lovely rams ear and scalloped style backsplash. This unusual sideboard also has decorative keyholes and wooden knobs and evokes a very playful design; it most likely was made by a daring cabinetmaker in Vermont. Often times, the furniture of Vermont and rural Massachusetts of this period had a very peculiar style. Cabinetmakers of Vermont had to compete with the glamour and sophistication of the more classical woodworkers in Boston and Philadelphia. They often took their designs a little further out field. Scrolls, lavish carvings and different wood veneers usually play in early 19th century pieces of this region. The whimsical design of this piece takes several ques from classical Empire style but has an attitude and style all its own. A lighter finish which highlights the depth of the wood, the cross hatched and diagonal carved panels, and the playful scrolls all speak to an artisan begging to be noticed for his truly one of a kind craft.

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