English Edwardian period Neoclassical style sideboard


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This wonderful sideboard dates from the Edwardian period at the very beginning of the 20th Century in Britain, and is built in the Neoclassical style of famed 18th Century architects Robert (1728-1792) and James Adam (1732-1794).

The Scottish-born Adam brothers were the pioneers of the Neoclassical style of architecture and interior design in Britain, and were responsible for many of London's most impressive 18th Century buildings, including a number in the then-newly developed district of Mayfair. The style they inspired underwent a revival in the late Victorian and Edwardian period, influencing the production of buildings, interior decorations, and pieces of furniture, such as the present sideboard.

The sideboard is supported by four fluted, tapering legs on cylindrical feet which sit below a frieze, with marquetry decorations of baskets of fruit, and painted panels featuring full length classical female figures on a light green ground. There are gilt bands above and below the frieze panel in the form of laurel garlands, and the table top is built from fine dark wood. The sideboard has three drawers: one in the centre at the front, and one at each curved side.


Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
c. 1910
Early 20th Century
Edwardian, Neoclassical
Gilt, Wood
Brown, Green


90 cm / 35.4 inches
197 cm / 77.6 inches
51.5 cm / 20.1 inches


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