A stunning well-proportioned Biedermeier Sideboard Cabinet circa 1830-1840. The cabinet has been veneered in an attractive wild elm and overlaid with ebonised mouldings. The top appears to be a later edition, veneered in an attractive matching light oak. There are two working locks with brass escutcheons. Below the single drawer are two doors, which open to reveal a single shelf. There has been some historic worm that has been treated in our workshop and the cabinet has been cleaned and re-waxed.
Run by Derek Connor and Bea White, Pyrontique offers a diverse range of good quality French and European furniture and decorative objects. The couple enjoy days out sourcing mirrors, lighting, furniture and a wide range of decorative objects from wonderful old French country houses, châteaux, antique stores and brocantes. An experienced and successful restorer of antiques and objects, Derek appreciates antique furniture and has a good eye for unusual and rare finds as well as the occasional quirky piece. Complemented by Bea’s design experience and love of all things Art Deco and Art Nouveau, the range is continuously influenced by their independent approaches and tastes as well as mutual appreciation of French furniture, history and design. Derek and Bea personally select each piece, which is carefully inspected to ensure quality construction, age, style and material followed by any necessary cleaning, repairs and restoration so that pieces are offered in excellent condition. They sell principally online and distribute from a store in Kent. As an online store, viewing in person is unfortunately not an option. Please see our ranges at www.pyrontique.com
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