An important Neoclassical mahogany and inlaid sideboard “hunt-board”, circa 1795-1815

An important Neoclassical mahogany and inlaid sideboard “hunt-board”, circa 1795-1815, most likely from coastal Maryland or Virginia, the solid figured mahogany top with an inlaid leading edge over a row of three drawers with line-string borders and “quarter” fan-inlaid corners, each bank with a large bottle drawer disguised as two drawers, the tapered legs with inlaid and graduated bellflowers, and ending in inlaid cuffs

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DIMENSIONS: Height, 41″, Width, 57-1/2″, Depth, 25-1/2″.

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