SOLD – WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER SIDEBOARD – A9458

SOLD

WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER SIDEBOARD – A9458

An impressive and superb quality William IV period chiffonier sideboard in spectacularly grained rosewood. It features a raised superstructure to the rear with shell carved architectural pediment and a shelf raised on reverse carved C-scroll supports. The main cabinet section has a single full-width oak lined drawer to the frieze flanked by carved anthemions, above two doors with pleated silk panels to the fronts, opening to reveal an interior with two adjustable shelves lined in the same material, and is raised on a bracket foot plinth base with central carved rosette.

Circa 1835.

Width 48″ (122cm) Depth 17″ (43cm) Height 58″ (147cm)

£950

Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in original untouched condition and is structurally completely sound. The polish has been revived, by our own craftsmen, by hand in the traditional manner. There are some old marks underneath the polish (see detail photograph of the top in particular), which is attractively slightly faded in places. The silks have been replaced, prior to our ownership, but very well done, probably within the last 20 years. There are a few very minor marks to the material, all small.

 

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