Small charming Swedish sideboard from the transitional period between the Rococo and Gustavian periods. This genuine, Swedish country house furniture was crafted by hand in Hälsingland around 1820, marking a unique blend of design elements. Retaining its original paint, the sideboard has an authentic patina with subtle distress and marks of use. Revealing the character that has developed over two centuries.
The frame is crafted from solid pine, ensuring both durability and a rustic aesthetic. While the lock, key, and hardware have been replaced at a later date, it’s worth noting that the lock and key are fully functional. Adding a touch of practicality to this antique gem.
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