515 Park Drive Kenilworth, IL 60043 , United States Call Seller 847.256.1791


The Haven sideboard - American Hepplewhite mahogany sideboard

$ 12,000
  • Description
    American Hepplewhite side board of mahogany and richly figured matched mahogany veneers. Northern White Pine secondary wood. The cabinet retains its original stamped brass oval back plates & cast bails. The case is centered on a lunette opening with tambour sliding doors below a long drawer flanked by ovolo corners and shallow drawers over blind cabinet doors. The case is supported by four square tapered legs across the front and a leg on each back corner.

    The sideboard carries a history as the Haven sideboard, made for William Haven of Portsmouth, NH (circa 1800-1810) and descending through the George Cutter family (great grand son of Wm Haven) from 1835 to the 21th century.

    Condition note: While in overall excellent condition, the wood floor of the left bottom storage area has split and separated due to shrinkage over time. The boards are stable but placing heavy objects on it may compromise its integrity. You can see the board separation in the fourth photo with the door open on the left hand side, and on the right underside of the case in the rear view photo.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States, New Hampshire
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: Mahogany, Figured Mahogany Veneers, Northern White Pine, Brass
    Condition: Good. All wood surfaces have been cleaned and polished. Wear commensurate with age and use.
    Creation Date: 1800-10
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, Hepplewhite
    Dealer Reference #: 4397
    Incollect Reference #: 515211
  • Dimensions
    W. 71 in; H. 41.5 in; D. 27 in;
    W. 180.34 cm; H. 105.41 cm; D. 68.58 cm;
Message from Seller:

Founded in 1972 by Michael Corbett, the Federalist Antiques has been an invaluable design resource focused on the finest 18th and 19th Century American furniture, as well as works of art and period decorative objects. Located in Kenilworth, Illinois, on Chicago’s North Shore, for the last 50 years the Federalist Antiques has provided exceptional material for discerning private collectors, decorators, museums, and national cultural institutions

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