Regency Period Mahogany Triple-Tier Étagère English Circa 1820


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A Regency period mahogany étagère with three tiers, scalloped front shelves with three-quarter wooden gallery supported by turned legs with a lower drawer, all on brass casters. 1

height: 44 in. (112 cm.)
width: 17 in. (43 cm.)
depth: 14 in. (36 cm.)

Further readings and sources:

  1. “The moving sideboard is a very convenient piece of dining-room furniture for receiving dishes, holding dessert, etc., when there is not room for a large sideboard, and is frequently used, even where there is one— as, being light, and upon castors, they may be wheeled from one part of the room to the other, and may even perform, in part, the duties of a servant, in time of need. These designs, which are in the French taste, may easily be simplified in detail, without impairing their good effect.”


    The Architecture Of Country Houses Including Designs For Cottages, and Farm-Houses, and Villas, With Remarks On Interiors, Furniture, and the Best Modes of Warming and Ventilating, Dover edition, ©1969, originally published by D. Appleton & Company in 1850. p. 420-1. See the library of congressinternet archive, Amazon

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