Sideboard c.1840

77.0 x 111.0 x 6.0 cm

An early colonial Australian cedar Sideboard of compact size, featuring Huon pine stringing, and a deep left drawer and a pair of drawers to the right of the centre drawer, all with ebonised knobs, and with a band of ebonised beading below. Attributed to James Penman  a convict cabinetmaker who worked at Riccarton in northern Tasmania and provenanced to Streanshalh, more information can be found on p.122 in Early Colonial Furniture in NSW and Van Diemen’s Land as well as p.135 in Nineteenth Century Australian Furniture. Original 19th century patina.

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