Learn about Sideboard

There are several distinct types of sideboard. The Georgian sideboard was a long narrow table, fitted with cutlery drawers and cellaret cupboards, used as a serving table in dining rooms. Most examples are at least five feet long.

Although sideboards date from the mid-18th century, their development is usually associated with the designs of Sheraton. Sideboards may be straight fronted, curved at either end, or sometimes have a recessed breakfront. The latter was partly to lighten the effect of a large piece of furniture and partly, writes Sheraton, 'to secure the butler from the jostles of the other servants'.

The central portion of the sideboard, beneath the long drawer, was usually arched with semicircular lunettes, either carved or often strung. The legs were sometimes turned, but more generally were tapered, often standing on spade or block feet. Georgian sideboards always have six legs one at each corner, one on either side of the central recess. Four legged sideboards were not introduced until the second decade of the 19th century. more...

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An Australian cedar chiffonier, late 19th century. 156 cm high, 122 cm wide, 59 cm deep

A good Korean four drawer, two door elm cabinet, Yi Dynasty, 19th century with finely engraved gilt-copper & brass fittings, supported on a low stand. 118 cm high, 107 cm wide, 51 cm deep. Provenance: From a Sydney collection acquired in Hong Kong befo

A late Victorian mahogany and burr walnut overmantel, 1896, made by Arthur Wood, Nth Melbourne and N. Reding woodcarver. A central canopy above relief carved panels with acanthus and mascaron decoration and a mirror flanked by two panelled doors with neocl

An early Victorian cedar/mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, circa 1840s, the breakfront sideboard in rich dark red to purple tones with a framed book end veneer serpentine back, a slightly extended stepped top above three reeded frieze drawers, two cupboard

A cedar cabinet, Australian, 19th century, 111 cm high, 76 cm wide, 46 cm deep

Victorian cedar sideboard with inverted breakfront and scroll carved back, 2 outer doors below with internal drawers surrounding a centre drawer and 2 door cabinet, 185 cm wide, 55 cm deep, 160 cm high

Victorian cedar chiffonier with ornately carved back, 1 long drawer and 2 doors, 107 cm wide, 50 cm deep, 163 cm high

A 19th century cedar stationery cabinet with fitted interior (reputed to have belonged to Stanley Melbourne Bruce, Prime Minister of Australia 1932)

Victorian cedar sideboard, with 1 drawer and 2 doors, 110 cm wide, 116 cm high

A 19th century Australian colonial cedar sideboard. Raised back with a plied foliate below freeze draws, below three panel doors

Victorian cedar sideboard, with 2 drawers, 2 doors and carved back, 135 cm wide, 46 cm deep, 153 cm high

Victorian cedar gothic style mirror back sideboard, inverted breakfront with centre cabinet and drawer flanked by a pair of outer doors (with shelf and internal drawers),

Late Victorian Huon pine wardrobe, with clothes hanging compartment on left, a small cabinet and 5 drawers on right and large drawer underneath, 155.5 cm wide, 55 cm deep, 209.5 cm high

A Victorian cedar small sideboard with a frieze drawer above an enclosed cupboard with a pair of shield panel doors; later mahogany back. Width 106 cm

A Victorian cedar chiffonier, circa 1860s, having a shaped and scrolled back with a pierced cartouche above a serpentine shelf with turned supports, a frieze drawer with an ogee profile above two doors with applied shield form panels flanked by corbels and

A Victorian cedar chiffonier, circa 1860s, with an arched back, applied scroll decorations with crest, a shaped ledge and a conforming bow fronted top enclosing a frieze drawer above two panelled doors flanked by corbels and upon a plinth base. Height 157

A French boulle style and ormolu, three door credenza. Late 19th century. The credenza is decorated in the 'Boulle' style with pierced-cut brass and red tortoiseshell inlay, against a black 'Ebonized' patinated finish. The cabinet has a serpentine front wi

A 19th century Anglo-Indian teak pedestal sideboard with a foliate pierced splashback, above a reverse breakfront top with three vine and grape carved drawers and two starburst panelled doors, 167.5 x 123.5 x 57 cm.

Victorian cedar sideboard, with one drawer over 2 doors, flanked by bobbin turned columns, 122 cm wide, 53 cm deep, 106 cm high

A brass mounted Dutch colonial teak cabinet, 18/19th century, 114 cm wide, 167 cm high

A cedar cupboard, Australian, 19th century, 160 cm high, 120 cm wide

A small Victorian style cedar chiffonier, 20th century, with a scroll carved arched back with decorative crest above a frieze drawer with two panelled doors flanked by corbels and opening to a single shelf, raised on a plinth base. Height 138 cm. Width 88

A late 19th/20th century walnut dressing cabinet in the Arts & Crafts period by South Australian furniture makers Marshall & Co.

Victorian cedar sideboard, with two drawers & two doors, 122 cm wide, 46 cm deep, 125 cm high approx

Victorian cedar pedestal sideboard, with scroll carved back, 3 drawers and 2 single door cabinets below, one with shelve

A good Victorian cedar sideboard with carved back over 1 drawer and a pair of timber panel doors, 118 cm wide, 49 cm deep, 128 cm high

Late 19th century Australian cedar and flame mahogany three door chiffonier

Victorian rosewood and cedar marble top credenza 'Hill & Son's, 48 King Street Sydney'' label behind centre door, scroll and shell carved 3 mirrored doors below', large oval mirror and 2 smaller mirrors above, 151 cm wide, 206 cm hi

An Australian side cabinet, 19th century, with two drawers and two cupboard doors. 77 cm high, 120 cm wide, 60 cm deep

An Australian cedar side cabinet, 19th century, with frieze drawer and two cupboard doors. 92 cm high, 91 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A serpentine front side cabinet, possibly Australian, 19th century. 87 cm high, 70 cm wide, 43 cm deep

An Australian two-door cupboard with two-drawers, 19th century. 148 cm high, 99 cm wide, 49 cm deep

A red painted food hutch, Australian, 19th century. 100 cm high, 71 cm wide 40 cm deep

19th century cedar single door closet cupboard with shield panel

19th century colonial Barossa Valley cedar and pine single shield door cupboard

A 19th century Australian colonial cedar sideboard, the raised back with applied carved decoration, below three shaped drawers above four arched panel doors, circa 1860. 180 cm high, 220 cm wide, 67 cm deep

19th century 5 drawer kitchen dresser in huon pine with cupboard

19th century cedar linen cupboard with two doors, 130 cm high x 114 cm wide x 61 cm deep

19th century Kauri pine dresser/servery table, the upper section fitted with 27 drawers and narrow shelf above a table servery with two drawers supported on four turned legs, length 3 metres approx. Provenance: Originally from the Royal Hotel Rainbow (Vic)

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