Sideboard table Southern Federal Huntboard circa 1789 - 1805

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In the late 18th century, during the Federal period, the Sideboard was an important addition to dining-room furnishings. Sideboards were used as service tables and to store fine linens, silver and more. Mahogany was the preferred wood with inlays of holly, maple, satin and other woods. The Sideboards were most popular from 1789 to 1805 when Hepplewhite, Shearer and Sheraton designed these tables. Shearer was the first to introduce the tapered legs. Buffet tables may be accessorized with our fretwork mirror, Apple tea container, Pear tea caddy or Bombay tea caddy or Federal Tea Caddies.

Sideboard table Southern Federal Huntboard
Buffet Replica: height 39" × width 48" × depth 18" inches

This hand finished reproduction Sideboard, sometimes referred to as a Huntboard or Buffet, uses solid mahogany as the primary wood with holly inlay and brass hardware. Bead molding beautifully trims the two center string inlayed , dovetailed drawers and two large string inlayed doors which open to large storage areas. This Sideboard has a solid mahogany back which will allow it to be used as a sofa table, hall table and more. Available in an array of finishes from light to dark. Also available in Cherry.
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