A handsome Regency mahogany sideboard / serving table in the neoclassical taste by Wilkinson London having an excellent colour and patina; the well figured shaped top with a shallow frieze having vertical and horizontal reeded panels; flanked by figured bow fronted ends. Raised on stylish pedestals with exceptional figured mahogany bow fronted doors having ebony stringing and flanked with finely reeded pilasters. The base of the pedestals with a reeded moulding raised on unusually protruding lion paw feet headed with classical scrolls. Having scrolled shaped bracket feet to the rear. The interior of the pedestals having an adjustable shelf and a lead lined partitioned cellarette drawer retaining its good brass handle, the right hand door stamped 'WILKINSON LUDGATE HILL 12951'
William Wilkinson, renowned cabinet maker, known for his fashionable Regency designs, operated from 1807 at Ludgate Hill, stamping furniture 'Wilkinson Ludgate Hill' (often followed by a number), . Later from c. 1825 he traded with his two sons stamping furniture 'Wilkinson & Sons'
English circa 1820
Good condition with a great colour and patination
Dimensions (ins) 60 wide x 27 deep x 35.75 high