SOLD! for $1,152.00.
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Classical carved sideboard, possibly Anthony Quervelle, Philadelphia; mahogany with flame mahogany veneers, poplar secondary wood and an inset central marble top. Central mirrored backsplash having a scrolled pediment supported on Ionic columns, flanked by carved, pierced scrolled brackets, all over a case having a central marble top over one long drawer, flanked by elevated drawers set between acanthus carved panels, with wood tops having rounded edges; center section with two doors having tombstone panels opening to a cabinet with single shelf, flanked by two single tombstone paneled doors set between fully carved ionic columns, both opening to cabinets with single shelves, over a plinth base raised on four acanthus and paw carved feet. Turned back feet; paneled sides. All drawers dovetailed with round embossed brass knob shaped pulls. 66 3/4" H x 64" W x 22 3/4" D. Circa 1830. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Key present. Mirror likely replaced; several replaced screws to back. Marble with several light to moderate stains. Wood tops both have shrinkage cracks; other scattered minor shrinkage throughout. A half dozen or so veneer chips up to 1 3/4" W on plinth base. Scuff marks to plinth from doors opening. Unobtrusive 4" veneer loss to right side cabinet, on the side nearest the mirror. All drawers with plugged holes indicating previous pulls. 3/4" veneer patch to left cabinet above drawer. Veneer reglued at right side of cabinet top.