The New York Sideboard is a superlative example of New York craftsmanship at the turn of the 19th century. This masterpiece resides in the du Pont Dining Room of the Winterthur Museum where Mr. du Pont entertained and dined. The outer door and drawers are serpentine shaped while the center doors and drawer are bowed. There are multiple contrasting woods and complex inlays making this the finest example of Federal furniture in the collection. As complex as the exterior, the interior features two sectioned, narrow drawers for storing bottles. All of the larger cupboards and drawers lock. Also available with silver hardware.