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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A small Regency bow front mahogany sideboard c.1830 - 1840, having three drawers with lion mask handles height 86.5 cm, width 118 cm, depth 51 cm

A fine Regency mahogany bow front sideboard on 6 turned & fluted legs 223 cm wide, 77 cm deep 118 cm high

Regency mahogany sideboard, c. 1830, with ebony string inlay, the stepped rectangular top above a central recessed drawer flanked by two curved fronted drawers all with brass lion’s head pulls, height 92 cm width 154 cm, depth 64 cm

English Regency mahogany sideboard, c. 1820, the inverted breakfront top with raised carved back, the frieze with three drawers above a pair of cabinet doors, one opening to reveal slides, the other with a drawer and cupboard, top with burn damage (A/F), h

A Regency mahogany sideboard with flame mahogany panels, string inlay and ebony beading, circa 1815, 118 cm high, 220 cm wide, 65 cm deep

A Regency mahogany single door side cabinet with spiral column decoration. 90 cm high, 106 cm wide, 40.5 cm deep.

An early side cabinet in the Regency manner, Australian cedar paneled doors cross banded in blackwood, Tasmanian origin, circa 1830, 106 cm high, 127 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A quality Regency mahogany bow-fronted sideboard, the central narrow drawer flanked by two deeper including cellarette, satinwood strung crossbanded detail, raised on eight square section tapered legs, embossed brass plate back drop handles, a quality exam

A Regency flame mahogany bow front sideboard, the shaped top with conforming drawers to the base configured with two central flanked by two bow front drawers, flame mahogany panels, turned bun form handles, plain vertical panels between, raised on six turn

A rare Irish Regency mahogany six leg sideboard. 112 cm high, 171 cm wide, 56 cm deep

An Irish Regency rosewood writing table, made by Williams and Gibton for Viceregal Lodge, Dublin, Ireland, circa 1820, leather writing surface two faux drawers and two fitted drawers, stamped to drawer V.R.L 72 B . Williams & Gibton 9315 B .R.L. Frame unde

A Regency satinwood marquetry inlaid mahogany bow front sideboard. 90 cm high, 138 cm wide, 58 cm deep

A small Regency mahogany chiffonier, early 19th century, in rich deep tones, having a triangular pediment flanked by two pierced and carved brass pheasant embellishments, a full width shelf supported by tapering and turned columns, a full width drawer with

A fine Regency satinwood and purple heart cross banded writing cabinet, circa 1815 Boxwood line inlay throughout, the rectangular top section enclosed by tambour door in alternating timbers, the interior fitted with pigeon holes and five cross banded small

Pair of Regency painted open tiered side cabinets, central cupboard, with open shelf and single door below, flanked with split faux bamboo column supports all on splay feet (2)

Antique Regency six leg sideboard, fitted with two central drawers flanked by two deep drawers,(one carellete) all fitted with original lions mask drop ring handles, the legs multi ring turned, approx 101 cm high, 153 cm wide, 67 cm deep

Regency mahogany sideboard with 4 drawers, on square tapered lion paw foot legs, 216cm wide, 84cm deep, 113cm high

A narrow Regency Brazilian rosewood marble topped cabinet by Johnstone and Jeanes, with overlaid Arabascato marble top above a long drawer with brass loop handle and glazed panel doors with astragal brass moulded frame enclosing two adjustable shelves, on

Regency flame mahogany bow front side board with inlaid and cross banded satin wood with ebony stringing. 92 cm high, 161 cm width, 75 cm depth.

Regency rosewood chiffonier, two doors with brass lattice grills, column supports and gallery top. Approx 123 cm high, 122 cm wide, 39.5 cm deep

A Regency rosewood and marble top chiffonier of fine quality

Servery: English Regency mahogany bow front sideboard with 3 drawers (centre fitted for cutlery). Height 77 cm, width 101 cm, depth 53 cm

Regency demi lune sideboard, with centre drawer and 2 outer 2 door cabinets, glass top, 182 cm wide, 74 cm deep, 91 cm high

A 19th century Indian padouk wood side cabinet profusely carved in the Regency manner

A Regency mahogany side cabinet with a verde marble top, above two doors with brass grills and silk curtains, fluted feet, 90 x 91 x 35 cm

A good mahogany Regency style serpentine front sideboard. 181 x 66 x 91 cm

Regency mahogany sideboard. A fine bow fronted example resting on six turned & fluted legs with two tier top fitted with sliding panel doors. Height 120 cm, width 226 cm, depth 80 cm

An impressive Regency mahogany double pedestal sideboard, English, circa 1835, 114 cm high, 61 cm deep, 220 cm wide

Regency style bow front side cabinet by John Stuart New York, fitted with pull out leather topped slide, single long drawer interior enclosed by two doors

A Regency flame mahogany side cabinet, of demi-lune form, with two tambour-style fronted doors above a single false double fronted door, ebony strung details, raised on turned legs. 68.5 cm x 52 cm x 70 cm

A Regency rosewood breakfront side cabinet, the marble top above a frieze and a pair of grilled doors flanked by smaller grilled doors and pilasters on reeded bun feet. 92 cm high, 150 cm wide, 45 cm deep.

Fine antique English Regency brass bound rosewood secretaire chiffonier, fitted with a two tiered back, brass grill doors below with pleated material, 145 cm x 82 cm

A regency period mahogany chiffonier, the base with a single long bowfront drawer, two handled cupboard doors with flame veneers and half column mouldings either side, the back with a single open shelf and restrained leaf carving - standing on a plinth bas

Antique Regency mahogany side cabinet, the front decorated with ebony string inlay, 92 cm high

An Irish George III mahogany Regency sideboard. Makers stamp 'Butler of Dublin', circa 1870. Inverted breakfront with gallery, above frieze drawers and four panel doors, on spiral turned legs terminating in paw feet. 114 cm high, 197 cm wide, 61 cm deep.

Regency mahogany sideboard, the stepped rectangular top with central recessed drawer flanked by cupboard doors, brass lion head pulls, raised on string inlaid spade feet. Height 92 cm. Depth 60 cm. Length 168 cm

Mahogany Regency style chiffonier with 'Fan' decorated base

A Regency mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, the bow front surmounted by a brass curtain rail, with a shaped frieze drawer with boxwood stringing, flanked by pedestals each with panel doors with boxwood stringing. 97 cm high, 222 cm wide, 59 cm deep

Regency mahogany chiffonier with drawer over two doors with adjustable shelf behind, 121.5 cm wide, 52.5 cm deep, 130 cm high