Circa 1880, George III style mahogany and inlaid Scottish sideboard. With a raised, serpentine stage on top, a classic feature of Scottish sideboards of this period. It has a shaped front with string inlay and a box with a banded fore-edge. There are 2 shaped concave doors with a classic Scottish inlay and a flame bow fronted panel to the centre with string inlay. The main body of the sideboard has string inlay to its border and boxwood inlay on the fore-edge. There is 1 bow fronted drawer and 2 concave drawers, all with ivory heraldic escutcheons and George III style swan neck cast brass handles with circular pomels and back plates; the one to the left a double drawer and the right has 2 separate drawers. Beneath each of the drawers is a flat panel with a string inlay and a concave arch to the top with a dot. This style of inlay occurs regularly and is in the David Jones book of Scottish or Edinburgh furniture makers. With a shaped apron with quarter shell inlay and multiple inlay running around the front of the 6 tapered mahogany legs.
- Size 109 cm high x 183.5 cm wide x 66 cm deep