Regency sideboard


  • £625.00
  • €719 Euro
  • $862 US Dollar

United Kingdom

DC Member since 2020
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Regency sideboard

An imposing Regency period breakfront sideboard circa 1820, on 8 gilt bronze/brass lion paw feet, complete with lion mask ring pull handles on all drawers, including an original cellarette drawer to the left hand side. Made of light mahogany with marquetry inlays, and comes in 3 pieces for ease of transport. In need of minor restoration, a split as shown on both doors and some scratches to the top, otherwise in good solid structural condition.

Height 122cm (back)
Height 96cm (front)
Width 176cm
Depth 71cm


  • H: 122cm (48.03in)
  • W: 176cm (69.29in)
  • D: 71cm (27.95in)



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At the age of 66 and and looking back at my life, it's all been about antiques, almost 50 years of buying and selling antiques, and collecting antiques when I could afford to.

Starting my apprenticeship as a 'runner' for the Trade at the age of 17, I went on to Portobello market and Bermondsey Market for further training! And never looked back.

It taught me that people are extremely discerning when it comes to buying antiques, so in following that principle as a dealer, I should be as discerning as them, and that I should never compromise, either in quality or in personal taste.

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