This stunning piece is a Victorian burl walnut panel accented carved sideboard with oval paneled doors, and a white and gray grain marble top, in its original condition. The coolest thing about this sideboard is that we bought it from a Downeast Maine auction, and we discovered that it was sold originally back in the 1890s in our little tiny town of Fairfield, which was called Kendall Mills when the sideboard was originally purchased. We’ve cleaned it up, re-sprayed it, tightened up a few of the seams and it’s now just beautiful. The sideboard is made out of solid black walnut, and has a hand-carved clamshell crest on the very top with the center medallion, burl walnut panels, all fleur-de-lis and incise carving all intact. It also has a multi-shelf étagère style mirrored back, with burl walnut panel accents, multi-beveled edges along the shelves, and multi-turned spindles and finials holding up the shelves.