An antique Arts & Crafts oak sideboard with copper accents, circa 1900-1910. The quartersawn case features a rectangular top backed by a beveled-mirror gallery with a molded cornice, an upper shelf, columnar supports, and floral-embossed, copper panels. Below the top are two aligned and dovetailed, frieze drawers with copper, ring pulls over a pair of blind-paneled doors with hammered-copper, hinge straps. The doors open to a divided interior with a single shelf on the left and an open compartment on the right. The sideboard rises on square legs centered by an arched skirt and ending in flared, molded feet. There are no maker’s marks.
- to fair: scattered scratches, marks, and finish wear; top with a scissor-form burn mark; some light nicks and wear to the feet; right, interior compartment missing a shelf; no key.
61.5" W x 67.0" H x 21.0" D
- measured assembled; however, the gallery is removable; height without the gallery is 39".