Thistlethwaite Americana | New York Sideboard
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New York Sideboard

New York

Circa 1790-1810

Mahogany and Walnut with Poplar Secondary

42 ¾” x 72 x 28 ½”

This highly rare and unusual New York serpentine sideboard is a wonderful example of a six-husk inlaid tapered leg sideboard. Featuring a figured serpentine top over a serpentine façade, the sideboard has four drawers all with original brass pulls. Along with mahogany, the piece contains a fan, a quarter fan, and figured panels with reserves of striped walnut. The inlay of the sideboard is exquisite. The piece has very highly figured veneers.

Provenance: Previously in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the family of Ethel Yokem, Poughkeepsie, New York; Israel Sack, New York, 1971; A Private Orchard Park New York Collection; Collection of C.L. Prickett