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...

You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item.

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.
If you are seeking to purchase similar items CLICK HERE to view 15 similar items being offered for sale by dealers at our AntiquesPlus site.

An Aesthetic movement inlaid rosewood cabinet, late 19th century, with a fretwork gallery above a mirrored back with a single shelf, the two panelled cupboards below charmingly inlaid with squirrels and a bird spying a spider on a thread, an undertier and

A Victorian marble topped rosewood credenza, mid 19th century. of demi-lune serpentine profile, having an arched glass with carved and pierced fruiting and floral forms, a white marble top and three cupboards below with a mirrored central medallion flanked

A well proportioned Victorian burr walnut serpentine front mirror back credenza. Ex. Acorn Antiques. 150 cm high, 124 cm wide, 52 cm deep. Key in office.

A fine Victorian walnut serpentine front marble top mirror back credenza. Ex Acorn Antiques. 156 cm high, 138 cm wide, 45 cm deep. Keys in office.

An important pair of Victorian ebony, amboyna and marquetry cabinets by Lamb of Manchester, of exhibition quality, circa 1860'S, each with galleried shelf mirrored back above concave mirrored sides with open shelves and central cupboard doors, with ivory m

French Art deco drinks cabinet, with richly inlaid revolving door which reveals mirrored back shelves, 88 cm wide, 48 cm deep, 160 cm high

German Art Deco cocktail cabinet, of rectangular form, raised on scroll supports, each door inlaid with light woods depicting stylised figures, fitted mirrored interior, with key, height 120 cm width 88 cm depth 43 cm

A good colonial kauri carved mirror back sideboard, the broken arch scrolling pediment with grape bunch, fruit and floral carved detail, the back with a combination of six variously shaped bevelled mirrors, the three shelves with turned column supports, th

An early 20th century heavily carved Burmese credenza featuring a large mirrored back, four drawers and two doors to base, elevated on cabriole legs, four barley twist columns, 190 x 185 x 50 cm

A gilt bronze mounted mahogany, mirrored and verre eglomise cocktail cabinet, French, circa 1940. 101 cm high, 152 cm wide, 52 cm deep

A late 19th century walnut and marble dentist's cabinet, tall form, the top section with flat top above a marble topped open compartment with mirrored back above two banks each of six graduating drawers, this upon a black and white variegated marble ba

19th century French mirrored back credenza, with mottled cream marble top above small drawers with gilded handles above cupboards, raised on squat turned legs. Width 160 cm

A Victorian walnut mirror backed credenza, second half 19th century, in warm tones and with good figuration, the arching mirror embellished with carved fruits and leaves with a central shell motif, a shaped white flecked marble top above three arched and m

An Art Nouveau oak sideboard, by Maisoni Krieger, Paris, c.1900, the upper sideboard with open shelves and mirrored back, over lower single drawer and single door cupboard; the door panel carved with Art Nouveau style pomegranate fruit trees. Drawer lock s

A magnificent 1860s burr walnut mirrored back credenza featuring fret work door panels to base, 156 cm high. 140 cm wide, 54 cm deep

A stylish peach mirrored glass cabinet French circa 1940 with shaped glass shelf, 75 cm high, 90 cm wide, 36 cm deep

A Victorian walnut mirror backed credenza. Second half 19th century, in warm tones and with good figuration, the arching mirror embellished with carved scrolls and leaf forms, a shaped white marble top above three mirrored cupboards, and raised on a plinth

A Victorian mahogany, marble top, mirrored back chiffonier, c.1880's, having two door lower cupboard, flanked by carved corbels, square columns upon a plinth base. Height 141 cm. Width 98 cm. Depth 42 cm

A Victorian mahogany three door sideboard with mirrored back, including cutlery drawer and celarette 155 cm high, 147 cm wide x 52 cm deep

A magnificent four-door mid Victorian mahogany sideboard with large mirrored back and applied carved decoration 240 cm high, 200 cm wide x 65 cm deep

Late 19th century New Zealand stained kauri mirror back sideboard the top carved with a Neptune-like mask, stylised dolphins and sea serpents, reptiles, fish and sea horses, scallops, mermaids supported by caryatid type figures, the base with three frieze

Victorian walnut marble top credenza with ornately carved mirror back and 4 mirrored doors, 169 cm wide, 188 cm high approx

A Victorian mirror back side board. 206 cm high,183 cm wide, 60 cm deep.

Victorian walnut breakfront side cabinet, decorated with marquetry inlay, comprising of 2 glazed doors, 2 timber panel doors and mirror back open shelf flanked by turned columns, 137 cm wide, 40 cm deep, 102.5 cm high

A small rosewood chiffonier with marble top, mirror back and two doors with brass grill and fabric inserts. 120 cm high, 110 cm wide, 45 cm deep

An Italian Renaissance style walnut secretaire side cabinet the shaped rectangular upper section with canted sides, centred by an etched mirrored door, beneath a foliate carved giltwood crest, the projecting lower section with a drop front writing surface

An Art Deco mirrored two-door glass cabinet, French, circa 1940. 123 cm high, 101 cm wide, 41 cm deep

A Victorian rosewood credenza with mirror back, marble top and three mirrored doors; canted corners and scroll-carved capitals. Width 165 cm

Victorian walnut credenza with mirrored back and marble top (crack to marble)

Victorian walnut marble top credenza with ornately carved mirror back and 2 mirrored doors, 137 cm wide, 176 cm high

Antique walnut cabinet with open shelves and mirrored door, 121 cm wide, 101 cm high

Most impressive Italian Baroque mirrored cabinet bureau, approx 284 cm high, 125 cm wide, 70 cm deep

Antique Victorian walnut and inlaid credenza with a carved mirror back, four doors below, with two arched mirrored doors flanked by panelled doors on plinth base, approx 208 cm high, 167 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A mid Victorian mirror back mahogany sideboard with 4 doors and one draw 180 cm x 57 cm x 170 cm

Victorian inlaid walnut credenza with cupboards, marble top and carved mirrored back

Victorian inlaid walnut credenza of breakfront form with three cupboards, two drawers and mirrored back

Victorian walnut marble topped credenza, with carved mirror back, serpentine shaped centre and 4 mirrored doors, 153 cm wide, 159 cm high

Antique credenza with marble top, inlaid decoration, mirrored back

Antique American oak 'Eastlake' doctors companion, multi drawer above and two door cupboard with mirrored section for instruments etc below, blind door opens with hooks for more instruments and hidden section for drugs etc, on caster, with central locking

A Flemish cabinet on stand, 19th century, tortoiseshell, bone, ebony and ebonised, on contemporary stand, the top surmounted by a removable hinged box, below which there are two panelled doors opening to reveal ten drawers, to the centre of which are two f

.