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A rare and impressive Hepplewhite style buffet or sideboard from the noteworthy Stately Homes Collection by Baker Furniture, circa 1980s. Made from Mahogany with crotch veneer drawer fronts, cross banded with satinwood and tulip wood inlays. Featuring classical fan patterned medallions, stringing and checker framework. The sideboard has a bow front or demilune form with 3 dovetailed drawers within the frieze, two outer cabinets for storage and a knee hole at the center. Includes inlaid escutcheons, original key and pierced brass neoclassical style ring pulls. The case is supported by long square tapered legs leading to brass capped feet and casters.
Sir Humphry Wakefield an English Baronet is a foremost authority on English antiques and architecture. A consultant to Baker's Stately Homes program since he founded it in 1980, Wakefield selects extraordinary designs from the palaces and castles of England, Ireland, Scotland and Russia for the craftsmen at Baker to recreate. Through these pieces, the Stately Homes collection shows that true elegance and luxury are timeless, spanning centuries, cultures and lifestyles. That’s why the furniture in this collection is at ease in today's homes as it is in the estates where the originals are still used.
Provenance: Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield. English c. 1790.
Literature: Baker Stately Homes Catalogue, High Point, NC, 1982, p. 40.
Good Vintage Condition; Light use relate wear, Sun fading to the case as well as darkening to the center of the top from a where jardiniere was resting.
72" x 25" x 37" (Width x Depth x Height)