SOLD - Swedish Late Gustavian Early 19th Century Sideboard with Carved Diamond Motifs

SOLD - A Swedish Gustavian period painted wood sideboard from the early 19th century with carved diamond motifs. This Swedish Gustavian period sideboard, crafted in the first quarter of the 19th century, exudes the timeless elegance and refined simplicity characteristic of the era. Painted in a serene off white, light gray hue with some distressing that highlights its exquisite craftsmanship, the sideboard features a rectangular top crowned by a delicate three-quarter wooden gallery. Its facade is adorned with intricately carved diamond motifs on the two doors, a testament to the meticulous attention to detail prevalent in Swedish design. Standing on short, tapered feet, the sideboard presents a graceful profile with a tabletop height of 44.25 inches. Upon opening the doors, one is greeted by a functional interior comprising inner shelves and three drawers in the upper section, offering ample storage space. The left door's interior bears inscriptions that read "1827". Lateral handles facilitate easy movement, adding a practical touch to this elegant piece. In a contemporary home, this sideboard could serve multiple roles: as an anchor piece in a dining room, a statement piece in an entrance hall, or as a sophisticated storage solution in a living room. Its carved details and historic charm would bring a touch of Swedish heritage into any space, making it a focal point that marries beauty with utility.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 53.9"W x 22.4"D x 46.5"H, tabletop measurement 44.25"H
Inventory Number: YY280
Price: $6,950