Walnut sideboard from the 1600s
H.90 – L.163 – P.47
Beautiful sideboard in walnut, from the 1600s.
The doors are framed along the edges and also internally are characterized by frames with rounded corners. Three panels with vertical pilasters act as separators between the doors. At the base of these are the finely carved console legs.
The top is made up of a single plank, with an owl’s beak, and under it there is a typical indented motif.
This piece of furniture has undergone some restorations, probably at the beginning of the 1900s. The depth has been reduced.