New York Sideboard

A striking, Hepplewhite sideboard. This beautiful piece was most likely made in New York City around the end of the American Revolution or a bit later. The mahogany has rich striping and really catches the eye.Furthermore, the string inlay really pops off the mahogany and is a great accent. (Check out the ebony banding on the feet too!) Standing 41 ½” tall, it is a great size at only 65 5/8” long and 24 ¾” deep. The straight front has ovolo ends. This piece has been refinished at some point in the last 50 years. However, the finish has a nice luster to it. The pulls are replaced but are in the original holes and have been on it for some time. The top and both sides have some separations. This is common for a piece like this but they appear to be very stable and should not be a concern. Overall, it is in excellent condition and the finish has a nice luster to it.  It will be a focal point in any room. Poplar secondary. Circa 1790-1800.

Price: $8,450

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