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Sideboard #80
A masterpiece Sheraton inlaid   mahogany sideboard, rectangular with reeded turrets, having three upper drawers and two satinwood and mahogany tambour doors and flanking cupboard doors, made by John Seymour and Son, carving attributed to Thomas Whitman. One of the most important American sideboards, this bears a close relationship to the Andrew Varick Stout example in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The master designer and genius artisan transformed the basic form of the previous example into a supreme achievement. Boston, circa 1800-1810.

40" high, 73 " wide, 26 " deep

Photo Credit: The New Fine Points of Furniture - Early American - Albert Sack