Stock No: 15359

A highly unusual and attractive Gothic Revival oak and inlaid ebony Victorian sideboard attributed to the renowned English furniture designer Charles Bevan(1820s-1882).

The undercut top shelf, with a raised three quarter gallery, rests above three neat drawers beneath which is a central set of recessed open shelves, flanked by two cupboards with quatrefoil paneled doors. The brass ringed handles, hinges and locks are original and the whole is supported on a sturdy plinth base. A finely made piece of furniture with great attention paid to detail and carving.
English, late 19th century.

Notes: Charles Bevan was a Victorian Gothic Revival designer who was noted for his marquetry designs. In earlier years he worked with prestigious furniture manufacturers and designers including Gillows and J. P. Seddon and became very well known his work featuring in catalogues and periodicals. A woodcarver and cabinetmaker of some distinction in 1872 he set up in partnership with his son, designing and manufacturing marquetry furniture until his death in 1892.Examples of his work can be viewed at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and can also be found in various English country mansions.

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Listed Price: £3,950 (+VAT where applicable)

Width Height Depth
70 18"
178 cms
41 14"
105 cms
71 cms

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