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silla was born out of a passion for beautiful objects: special pieces with aesthetic and historical significance. In 2009, after years of collecting, Andrew Silla and his wife Grace began to work privately with clients from their residence in Southern Maryland. Quickly outgrowing the space, the business was moved from Maryland to Pennsylvania in 2012 and after several warehouse location changes it was firmly settled in the present brick-and-mortar location in downtown Shippensburg.

The 9000 square foot brick-and-mortar gallery is home to a large collection of works of art and estate jewelry. We specialize in sculpture circa 1860 through 1930 with a particular emphasis on the Animaliers and as such the gallery always has a very large collection of exceptional European and American sculpture available on display.

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French Cherrywood Art Deco Sideboard Cabinet


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France, circa first quarter of the 20th century
Item # 303XDB21A 

A gorgeous and also most functional sideboard from the first quarter of the 20th century, it is executed in solid cherrywood and features these wonderful bold, exaggerated, curvy, fluted and tapering columns on either side of the credenza. These flank a pair of doors that open using original cast nickel hardware on either side to reveal a shelved interior with a single hand-dovetailed drawer above each side; in the center, a glass and nickel door opens to reveal two glass shelves. The top has a wonderful wavy border carved directly from the solid fruitwood surrounding the thick marble top. The front legs terminate in nickel sabots that match the profile of the foot. Stunningly beautiful and yet very down-to-earth.

Measurements: 68 5/8" W x 21 1/2" D x 43 1/4" H

Condition Report:
The surfaces are worn and have varying degrees of oxidized scuffs, worn chips, discolorations or just general patina; old chip and repair to back right foot; keys work but are mismatched replacements; a hole was cut in the back of the cabinet for electrical wires to come through at some point; various holes in the back where hardware was attached (probably to help support a mirror); scratches and overall wear throughout the marble top including a small chip to the underside of the front left corner and other tiny chips; all original hardware; glass shelves with tiny chips around edges (these can be easily replaced upon request). A very nice presentation.