Attributed to French cabinet maker Anthony Quervelle, Philadelphia, Circa 1830.
Attractive Regency Neo Classical carved mahogany sideboard, comprising of a solid carved gadrooned top, beneath this magnificent top are two short and one large central pull out dove tailed drawers, above the central drawer is a secret cushion moulded pull out slide with its original gilt tooled leather.
The stunning gadrooned top is supported by four solid twisted, decorative Corinthian mahogany columns each having carved leaved decoration either side of the carved columns are four flamed mahogany doors each having an escutcheon.
This beautiful piece of antique furniture is sat on four large carved acanthus lion paw feet.
The overall condition of this lovely piece of antique furniture bears the signs of its original classical historic age and is in good working condition and in show room quality.
Cabinet maker Anthony Quervelle (1789–1856) This sideboard with its dentil carved inverted top and below its twisted acanthus leave carved coloumbs, inset panelled doors, figural and acanthus-carved feet exhibits characteristics of both the Neo-Classical and Gothic styles. For related sideboards see Hurst and Prown, Southern Furniture(Williamsburg, Virginia, 1997), (Baltimore, 1987) Recent research has revealed that Edward Priestley (1778-1837), a Baltimore cabinetmaker producing similar styled furniture, influenced a sub-group of cabinetmakers from Baltimore and Philadelphia often associated with the Baltimore cabinetmakers William Camp, and Philadelphia cabinet maker Anthony Quervelle (1789–1856),
H-117.50cm W-183.00 D-59.50
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