Sideboards

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A very fine Charleston Neoclassical or Federal “two-tied mahogany inlaid sideboard, circa 1800, made by one of he Scottish immigrants working in the city of Charleston (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) PROVENANCE: Family tradition traces the … Continue reading

An excellent Baltimore, Maryland Federal mahogany inlaid sideboard, circa 1795-1810, with outstanding inlays and the original hardware, newly discovered from a private estate in New England. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) CONDITION: Outstanding with no notable … Continue reading

A Charleston, South Carolina Federal inlaid mahogany sideboard, made by the Scottish grouping of Charleston cabinetmakers in the Neo-classical era, with an original surface, circa 1800-1815 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) Despite the fact the Charleston, … Continue reading

An austere New York City Federal crotch mahogany sideboard with monopodia feet and two candle slides, circa 1815-1820 SOLD TO A SOUTHERN COLLECTOR

An exceptionally fine and rare New York City Federal mahogany “French” sideboard “table”, attributed to the workshop of Duncan Phyfe, with an ormolu gallery and pineapple finials, circa 1810-1818 ABSTRACT: The sideboard was a relatively new form of furniture in … Continue reading

A Charleston, South Carolina Federal inlaid mahogany sideboard, made by the Scottish grouping of Charleston cabinetmakers in the Neo-classical era, with an original surface, circa 1800-1815 Despite the fact the Charleston, South Carolina was an exceptionally affluent city with a … Continue reading

A Maryland, or possibly southeastern, Virginia Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid sideboard, circa 1795-1810 A sublime example of an early Federal American mahogany and inlaid sideboard from the Tidewater region of Maryland, or possibly southeastern, Virginia, circa 1795-1810. This regional interpretation … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine and rare American Classical era mahogany sideboard, in the “Egyptian taste” firmly attributed to the workshop of Joseph B. Barry of Philadelphia (w. 1810-1822), circa 1815 This magnificent sideboard’s overall design originates from George Smith’s publication “A … Continue reading

A rare diminutive New York City Federal mahogany server, circa 1810-1815, bearing the characteristics of Duncan Phyfe or Michael and Richard Allison, New York City. For an enlargement, simply “double-right click” on any photograph This desirable smaller server boasts an … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine American Neo-classical mahogany and inlaid bow-front sideboard, circa 1790-1800, with pictorial inlays of bell-flowers, accentuated with “pellet” drops, the upper leg stiles tipped with shaded “urn” details, and ivory escutcheons, from the city of Baltimore. The present … Continue reading