Merci ... just the pictures alone were worth capturing for future reference!
Those interested in this period furniture should definitely follow the link
to the old sideboard also.
Much obliged for the heads-up.
Yup. I am a big Stckley fan and I cruise eBay about once a month and
grab pictures and any mentioned dimensional info from any cool
listings. I already grabbed this one. I thought the sideboad was
nothing special other than some nice matching details but do you
suppose it was really designed with no doors on the two open sections?
I thought it looke d pretty bad seeing the orange-ish interior wood of
the cabinet next to the dark fumed surface color.
To tell the truth, I'm not that greatly impressed with either piece, but
they do have a certain "cachet" that comes with the sticker ... providing
they are indeed the real thing, which they appear to be from the photos.
My bet is that the doors are missing on the sideboard. I've seen, and
collected photos, on literally hundreds of sideboards and have not seen one
without doors ... but being no "expert", take that with a grain of sawdust.
That said, the hardware alone on both pieces is worth is a good bit itself.
In any event, it makes me further appreciate my latest attempt at a
sideboard, even if it was a "quickie".
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