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George III Period Serpentine Mahogany Sideboard

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George III period serpentine 'fiddleback' mahogany sideboard of small proportions on square tapering supports, the top edge crossbanded.

Sideboards are an item of furniture traditionally used in the dining room for serving food, for displaying serving dishes such as silver, and for storage. It usually consists of a set of cabinets, or cupboards, and one or more drawers, all topped by a flat display surface for conveniently holding food, serving dishes, and even lighting devices. The overall height of the tops of most sideboards is approximately waist level.

c. 1790

Height 37.00inch (93.98cm)
Width 60.00inch (152.40cm)
Depth 27.00inch (68.58cm)

Ref No. 302


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