A Swedish late Gustavian period painted wood sideboard circa 1820 with unusual interior made of 10 drawers on each side. Behold the allure of antique Swedish craftsmanship with this rare, late Gustavian period painted wood sideboard, circa 1820. This sideboard invites intrigue with its unusual interior, offering a profusion of storage with ten drawers on each side, making it an great find for lovers of Swedish antiquities.
The rectangular top, a testament to simplicity, elegantly transitions to a carved molding, offering a delightful contrast to the design below. The two doors, adorned with recessed diamond motifs, swing open to reveal the sideboard's unique feature - an abundance of drawers. Each drawer, crafted with care, provides convenient storage, an unusual feature that sets this piece apart.
Adopting a minimalist approach, the sideboard's sides are plain, complementing the front while the back remains unfinished, showcasing its age. Adding to its robust design, the sideboard stands on bracket feet, providing a strong foundation.
Bearing the mark of time, the sideboard's distressed finish adds a layer of history and intrigue to the piece. Its antique appeal, enhanced by the worn paintwork, speaks volumes about its journey through time.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 40.5"W x 41.4"H x 21.2"D
Inventory Number: XX476