Jacques Adnet Sideboard with Gilt Bronze Mounts


  • £7,750.00
  • €9,074 Euro
  • $10,688 US Dollar

United Kingdom

DC Member since 2013
Contact dealer Delivery quote Similar item? Stock request

  • Description
  • Location
  • About dealer

Jacques Adnet Sideboard with Gilt Bronze Mounts

A chic French Modernist ebonised two door sideboard from the Art Deco period, gilt bronze mounted, very much in the manner of and possibly attributable to Jacque Adnet (1900-1984).

French Art Deco - 1940.

Of superb construction and extremely well drawn, this sideboard / enfilade evokes all the characteristics of the renowned French Art Deco modernist designer, architect and interior designer Jacques Adnet. Adnet embraced modern materials with a minimalism, yet retained the principles of classic style and superb craftsmanship as can be seen in this sideboard, elegant and modern in style yet with a traditional neoclassical undertone.

The stepped top outlined by a subtle gilt bronze trim, above a pair of interlocking doors with a rectangular patinated bronze escutcheon flanked by twin pilaster terminals, headed and finished with gilt bronze moulded mounts. The interior revealing countersunk brass pin hinges with two drawers and an adjustable shelve, with the whole raised on tapered bracket feet with confirming brass mounts.

In excellent condition with original working keys, the sideboard will break down if needed for transport. The quality is similar to the Jules Leleu sideboard we also have in stock.

An identical matching four door version of this enfilade is also in stock and listed on the website.


  • H: 100cm (39.37in)
  • W: 150cm (59.06in)
  • D: 50cm (19.69in)



Contact Us


Telephone: +44 (0)1438 869819



Whempstead Road
United Kingdom


SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:  Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

Now into the second generation, Loveday antiques is run by Alexander Loveday.

From the early days until 2012 Loveday Antiques had three major showrooms running, located at Chelsea, Ascot and Islington, but sensing the major shift towards the online side of the business in January 2013 Alexander decided to close both Chelsea and Ascot and concentrated more on working via the internet and website as traders, interior designers and the public's buying habits changed.

The internet now allows us to trade globally 24/7, whilst keeping our overheads down and passing on these savings to our clients.

The start of 2014 has also led to more change, relocating the original showroom in London from The Furniture Vault in Camden Passage, from where we have traded for over 40 years, to our new showroom conveniently located in Hertfordshire within the A1 and A10 areas, just off the M25.

The new showroom is just North of London and only a 20 minute train journey from Kings Cross, London to Stevenage, with just a short 10 minute drive from there.  We are can easily arrange to pick clients up from the station as long as you let us know when you are coming.  If you are driving, it is 10 minutes from both the A10 and A1m.

We use cookies to help make this website better. Find out more about cookies.