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This beautiful piece of furniture was inspired by the elegant, grand style of the Adam brothers, some of the most important architects and interior designers in Britain's history. They were largely responsible for popularising the continental Neoclassical style in Britain during the 18th Century, and their influence on architecture and the decorative arts persisted throughout the 19th and 20th Centuries.
This sideboard, or console table, is a wonderful example of the Adam style of English furniture. Filled with Neoclassical motifs, including baskets of fruit, ribbons, laurel garlands, and Roman female figures, the table's design is also effortlessly simple and sleek.
Built from rich, dark wood, the sideboard is beautifully curved at either end, with a long, straight central section. It features a finely decorated frieze panel running along the entirety of its length, with three drawers decorated in marquetry with baskets of fruit and scrolling foliage, and further enhanced with painted oval-shaped panels of Classical female figures on a green ground. There are gilt bands above and below the frieze, and further gilt decorations at the top of each of its four straight, tapering, fluted legs.
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