circa: Early 1900s
A stately Louis XVI style mahogany sideboard with Carara marble top, French circa 1930. Rich mahogany base with tasteful brass details and a creamy white marble top with subtle gray veining. Louis XVI style details show in the brass wreath drawer pulls, striated plaques separating the three drawers, and beaded key escutcheons, as well as the fluted legs, round projected edges and curved corners with round drawers. Two ribbed-front doors open into a cabinet space 13" deep with two adjustable oak shelves. One generous central drawer is flanked by two round-front corner drawers sitting over rounded open corner shelving. Molded edges throughout, including shelves and drawers, as well as the marble top.
Condition: Good vintage condition. One visible hairline crack in the marble that does not extend through the slab, a few small pits on the surface, and a few small chips along the outer edge. One repaired edge of mahogany, directly under the marble, and one water ring on the lower left shelf. Water and glass marks on the inside shelves. The center drawer lock works, but key cannot be removed.
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