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Very fine Hepplewhite mahogany "D" shaped sideboard, bowed ends with serpentine center and conforming recessed cupboard, delicate bellflower and loop inlaid legs; doors, drawers and stiles with circular and oval crotch panels with black and white line inlaid borders; beautiful mellow brown patina. Each door of the center compartment bears the label of William Whitehead, No. 75 Pearl St., New York. Whitehead was at that address from 1794-1799.  A distinctive detail is the double teardrop inlay under each diamond escutcheon. This feature plus closely related bellflower inlay can be seen in the great serpentine sideboard in the Karolik Collection. New York, circa 1794-1799.

40" high, 40" long, 29 1/2" deep.

Photo Credit: American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection - Brochure 18, 1970 to Brochure 21, 1972 . Plate 1449