William IV Style Mahogany Sideboard, West Indies
A William IV mahogany low sideboard, with rope turned legs and molding, large overhanging gallery with scroll carving, and brass hardware. This piece was found in New Orleans, but the robust carving of the legs, the size of the piece and the large gallery appear to be the work of a West Indies cabinet maker, possibly St. Croix. A very charming piece of furniture that evokes both the British Colonial and the Caribbean vibe.
United Kingdom Circa 1840.
Height: 40.5, Width: 59.5, Depth: 26.75