English William IV Rosewood Sideboard


English William IV rosewood sideboard in the gothic-revival style four (4) drawers over four (4) doors. Having the Chinese influence of the following. Most significant and widespread of Gothic revivals in Europe was it’s mid-nineteenth century manifestation in England. The revival began from purely a decorative vantage point. Batty Langley published Gothic Architecture Improved in 1742 and builders pattern books published in 1750by W. and J. Halfpenny designs for summer houses i the Gothic and Chinese styles. By 1760s the impact of Gothic revival could clearly be seen in the furniture Robert Adams and Thomas Chippendale where flamboyant and intricate quality of arches of medieval church and architecture this is a fine example of such works Such as this work of art, circa 1835.



Height: 56 in. (142.24 cm) Width: 76 in. (193.04 cm) Depth: 17.5 in. (44.45 cm)

Materials and Techniques:

Rosewood, Hand-Crafted

Place of Origin:






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