A beautiful William IV Period mahogany antique pedestal sideboard by Holland & Sons. Having a brass railed gallery back above the solid mahogany top of slightly inverted breakfront form and with carved mahogany mouldings. Having a central "concealed" frieze drawer stamped "Holland & Sons". Each pedestal having a beautifully figured mahogany panelled door flanked by reeded columns with acanthus carved corbels. The left hand cupboard having a shelved interior, the right hand cupboard having a shelf and a cellaret drawer. Raised on a mahogany veneered plinth. English circa 1835
Holland & Sons was founded in 1803 by William Holland (1803-1843). From 1803 to 1843, they were carpenters and upholsterers William Holland and Stephen Taprell were also business partners. The company was called until 1835 "Taprell & Holland," to 1843 "Taprell, Holland & Son" and from 1843 "Holland & Sons'. In 1851, the company employed more than 350 employees.
Condition: This sideboard is in excellent condition, extremely minor loss of carving to the top of one of the columns. The top has been re-polished at some time
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