Description: c.1810. This sideboard is a tour de force of vibrant flame birch contrasted against deep mahogany and offset with beautiful inlay similar in type to those used by the renowned Seymours in Boston. While this sideboard is not a Seymour piece, because of structural differences in internal construction, it is certainly of the school and its maker was obviously a contemporary of the Seymours.
Location of Origin: North America
Medium/Materials: Mahogany, Birch
Dimensions: Height: 42 in. Length: 75 in. Depth: 25 in.
Primary Classification: Decorative Arts and Furniture : Furniture : Case Pieces
Secondary Classification: Decorative Arts and Furniture : Furniture