This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A very attractive George III period 18th century mahogany Bowfronted Sideboard, having well figured top with satinwood crossbanded decoration over three drawers.

With replacement brass handles and elegant inlaid decoration raised on square tapering legs and spade feet.

Sideboards were made for the same purpose in the 18th century as they are to this day.

To stand at the side of a dining room, or kitchen, and be used for a dual purpose of both storage and to serve from.

This example is bowfronted which adds to the elegance, along with the delightful inlaid decoration and cross banding.

The most unusual brass handles are later replacements but incredibly elegant and fit the piece very well indeed.


Circa 1790


Height - 36.5in
Width - 59in
Depth - 24.5in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)