This is a large antique sideboard. An English, oak dresser cabinet by Liberty and Co in the Arts & Crafts taste, dating to the late Victorian period, circa 1900. Captivating sideboard of superb quality and form A classic Liberty & Co, London sideboard from the Arts & Craft period Displaying a desirable aged patina throughout and in good order Select oak shows fine grain interest and wisps of medullary rays Deep caramel hues beam beneath a wax polish finish Delightful back rest, the galleried shelf hosting an original glazed cabinet between distinctive pilasters Upper cabinet with inset, working lock — key present, also operating the lower cabinet locks Quality bevelled mirror shows desirable light foxing and presents a great reflection Wide sideboard presents a generous top surface for serving plates or displaying ornaments Cabinet base arranged with a pair of drawers over two cabinet doors Drawers dressed with pairs of circular drop handles over shield shape backplates Long strap hinges adorn the cabinet doors with pairs of narrow field panels The whole standing upon four tapering legs with square block feet This is an attractive antique sideboard, of pleasingly large proportion and a deftness of quality to be expected of a Liberty piece. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home. Dimensions: Max width: 153cm (60.25") Max depth: 55cm (21.75") Max height: 183cm (72") Sideboard height: 95.5cm (37.5").