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Antique English William IV Mahogany Sideboard Buffet Credenza England circa 1840

Antique English William IV period sideboard buffet crdenza console table from England circa 1840. The complementary use of beautifully figured mahogany timber as well as turned half columns on the front gives this cabinet a very distinctive appearance. Created originally for storage and display capability the cabinetmaker chose extraordinary quality mahogany timber when constructing this sideboard buffet. Please notice how the pair of cabinet doors feature a raised and arched panel sheathed with "flame grain" mahogany with each panel flanked by a half column with a ring turned base and a fluted palette style capital. Each door opens from the side to fully swing open on side mounted hinges to reveal the storage space within. Probably the most striking decorative feature of this cabinet is the use of the same band of timber across the façade of the three drawers where the mahogany resembles a massive lightening bolt. Notice how the mahogany has been carefully laid across the surface to replicate the continuous pattern without interruption. The pair of cabinets stand on plinth bases with the top section with drawers securely seated on the top to make the antique credenza buffet sideboard able to be easily moved.

# MCB1

DIMENSIONS

72.00" w x 18.00" d x 36.50" h

182.88cm w x 45.72cm d x 92.71cm h

$5,386.00

The complementary use of beautifully figured mahogany timber as well as turned half columns on the front of this antique English sideboard buffet circa 1840 gives this cabinet a very distinctive appearance. Created originally for storage and display capability the cabinetmaker chose extraordinary quality mahogany timber when constructing this sideboard buffet. Please notice how the pair of cabinet doors feature a raised and arched panel sheathed with "flame grain" mahogany with each panel flanked by a half column with a ring turned base and a fluted palette style capital. Each door opens from the side to fully swing open on side mounted hinges to reveal the storage space within. probably the most striking decorative feature of this cabinet is the use of the same band of timber across the façade of the three drawers where the mahogany resembles a massive lightening bolt. Notice how the mahogany has been carefully laid across the surface to replicate the continuous pattern without interruption. The pair of cabinets stand on plinth bases with the top section with drawers securely seated on the top.