Sideboards, Buffets, Servers
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1920s American Oak Sideboard
Buffet Model Number 694
We do not know which furniture company produced this range, but we do know from the back stamps that the line was called "Moderne Green". Originally the piece was finished with a green stain, which did not age well. We refinished this piece to expose the beauty and grain of the oak wood.
Note that this sideboard has slightly smaller proportions than most sideboards, which is a plus for smaller space living.
40ʺW × 17ʺD × 34.25ʺH
Bernhardt Furniture Company, Lenoir, North Carolina | Federal Regency Style Mahogany Sideboard | Circa 1930s
This dining room server was manufactured and sold by Bernhardt Furniture Company of Lenoir, North Carolina.
The paper label pictured may be found on the underside of the carcase.
Bernhardt is still going strong today as a family business.
Their reputation for creating high-quality furniture that is both beautiful and durable was earned long ago, after their establishment in 1889 by frontiersman and entrepreneur John Mathias Bernhardt.
This sideboard has a deep, rich brown color, never refinished.
Storage is provided with two cabinets, one on either side, and two drawers.
The top drawer is partitioned for flatware organization.
The carcase stands on tapered reeded legs of the Sheraton style.
The graceful pulls are antiqued brass.
66.5" wide x 21" deep x 38.25" high
French oak Art Deco sideboard with mirrored back splash is topped with a very rare Greek marble from the Isle of Skyros. The Breccia di Settebasi (previously referred to as Breccia Greca) was quarried on Skyros, Sporades, Central Greece since the days of antiquity when it was used in the villa of Septimius Bassus and to create a column drum in the room of the Dying Gladiator in the Capitoline Museum.
59.5" wide x 21.5" deep x 58" high
41" high from floor to marble top.
1860s-1870s American Marble Topped Sideboard With Mirrored Back Attr. To Mitchell and Rammelsberg, Cincinnati, Ohio
A Marble del Duomo slab of cerulean veined white ground sits atop a base containing two frieze drawers with carve wood scroll pulls, below which is a roomy shelved cabinet accessed by two locking doors. The doors are fronted with slab cut wavy mahogany.
58ʺW × 20ʺD × 88ʺH
1905 Gauthier-Poinsignon École de Nancy Main Buffet
The carcase is of the local antediluvian oak that Gauthier utilized with cupboard door fronts in a burry cut.
The pulls are in gilded bronze and designed to match the carved motifs based on natural elements.
Other features include a beveled mirror at center, beveled glass windows on each of the side doors, and adjustable shelves in the storage cabinets.
For transport this item may be broken down into five pieces.
63ʺW × 22ʺD × 79.5ʺH