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Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany

 

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Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany   
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  
Early Italian walnut sideboard from Tuscany  

 

Italian walnut sideboard, or serving cabinet, in the Renaissance style. Tuscany, 17th to 18th century. Solid walnut with flat-carved Ionic columns. Three secret drawers. Thick, heavy stock with large hand-cut dovetails. Original hardware and key. Excellent original condition. Measures 61" wide x 21" deep x 41.5" high. Reference: The Encyclopedia of Furniture by Joseph Aronson, Crown, 1938; The Antiques Directory/Furniture by Judith & Martin Miller, Portland House, 1988; World Furniture by Helen Hayward et al, McGraw-Hill, 1965.

Item 11025:    $7,800

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