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A 19th Century Elizabethan revival oak sideboard, circa 1840.

The top of the sideboard has an egg and dart moulded edge, above a strapwork and scroll carved frieze.

Each moulded door panel has interlaced E’s for the Marquess of Exeter, flanked by tapering mannerist columns with lion paw feet and with a plinth base, 90cm high, 243cm wide by 68cm deep.

The 1867 Burghley Inventory records, in the ‘Marble Hall’…’A 7’6″ finely carved Oak Sidetable with cupboard at each end Enclosed by door.’


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