New York, ca. 1805-1815. Probably attributed to the cabinet shop of Duncan Phyfe Mahogany, mahogany veneer; poplar and white pine secondary wood Fine condition, replaced brass pulls, refinished In a rare form and desirable size, this sideboard or serving table has several attributes seen in the work of Duncan Phyfe. The concave form with inset corners has two center drawers above an applied brass molding with a medial shelf below supported by vase and ring turned reeded legs with carved rosettes terminating on brass ball feet. This is a very formal and sophisticated piece of Federal furniture.
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|Measurements||36"h x 62"w x 22"d|
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