Antique Edwardian Sideboard - Buffet Server

Antique Edwardian Sideboard – Buffet Server

£579.00

Standing on handsome H-bar stretcher base with barley sugar legs, and offering for some richly figured carving work.

Now Sold

About This Piece

This most striking, Edwardian two door mahogany sideboard server is a fine example of exquisitely crafted English, antique furniture.

Providing for two, deep central drawers and flanked by generously sized cupboards – each with single shelf.
With all drawers and doors retaining their original brass hardware and original key – however the locks are somewhat temperamental!

D I M E N S I O N S

Length: 128 cm
Depth: 48 cm
Height: 90 cm

Being another of our most splendid pieces of antique furniture – and one that would blend effortlessly in either a period, or more contemporary setting.

Being versatile in design it would work equally well placed in a kitchen, sitting room, dining room, or large hallway.

This piece has been painted in our timeless shade of ‘Ash Grey’ – that has been hand-mixed to our own unique recipe.

After painting, the piece has then been delicately ‘aged’ using ‘specialist artisan techniques’ – creating an authentic ‘timeworn’ feel.

With plenty of ‘rough texture’ to its finish, it will appeal to those of you who, (if like me), appreciate and embrace the look of authentic ‘imperfection’ in their painted pieces of furniture!

S H I P P I N G

Please note that the shipping costs indicated are provided to act as a guideline only.
In order to obtain an accurate shipping quote for your particular UK location, do please feel free to drop us an e-mail – this to please include for your full Postal Code.

Collection is person is also most welcome, and we are always most happy to assist with loading.

C O N D I T I O N

All our pieces are antique or vintage, and as such will in some instances show signs of their previous life – do please note we will always point out any noteworthy signs of wear.

Any pieces displaying signs of historical woodworm are always treated as a matter of course.