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Regency Period Rosewood and Satinwood Side Cabinet

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Impeccable design and elegance characterize this exceptional Regency-period side cabinet

Key Features

  • This impeccable Regency-period breakfront side cabinet is the essence of elegance
  • Crafted of sumptuous rosewood, this rare piece boasts silk paneled doors and satinwood banding
  • This exceptional piece encapsulates the best of Regency design
  • Circa 1810
  • 50 1/2 wide x 15 1/2 deep x 32 1/2 high

Item Details

  • Width:
    50 1/2 Inches
  • Height:
    32 1/2 Inches
  • Depth:
    15 1/2 Inches
  • Period:
    19th Century
  • Origin:
This classic Regency period breakfront side cabinet was produced with the finest quality materials. Crafted of luxurious rosewood, this captivating piece is a study in Neoclassicism, with its well figured top, three frieze drawers and four silk paneled doors, each opening to reveal adjustable shelving. In addition, impeccable satinwood banding compliments the entire design. Classical design, excellent color and patination and elegant proportion characterize this superb sideboard as a prime example of Regency artistry.

Circa 1810

50 1/2" wide x 15 1/2" deep x 32 1/2" high

Named after the Prince Regent, Prince of Wales, (Regent: 1811-1820; King George IV: 1820-1830) the phrase "Regency Period" generally refers to English furniture produced from 1790-1840. The Prince Regent took a great interest in fashion and design and in a sense became the ruler of taste and artistic perception. Spanning nearly 50 years, the Regency period was one of the most creative, inventive and expensive periods of English furniture design. Because only the finest materials were used in the production of furniture from the early 19th century, it is often considered one of the most expensive periods of English furniture. Pieces such as this sideboard were inspired by the extraordinary craftsmanship of English furniture makers like Thomas Chippendale and Thomas Sheraton, as well as French ébénistes from the Louis XVI and Napoleonic eras. Accessorizing elements taken from a variety of influences including Greek, Roman and Egyptian motifs, were brought to the forefront of fashion and taste due to highly publicized excavations. Wealthy patrons in England, basking in their successes from the Industrial Revolution, delighted in following the Prince's taste for Neoclassical design commissioning tables and fine furnishings that continue to stand as timeless masterpieces today. 

Regency Furniture, 1985, Frances Collard

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