This sideboard is a wonderful example of Victorian painted Gothic furniture. There are many influences from Burges, but it is attributed to the Audsley Bros. in UK c.1875. It is a textbook example of Victorian Gothic Revival design, details and colours. In fact the Audsley Bros. published a book, well known at the time, 'Polychromatic decoration as applied to buildings in the medieval style' in 1882. The book was full of colour designs that could be applied to furniture & walls, and this piece of furniture fits in with their ideas.
A piece of furniture like this would add the Wow factor to any room. We have the measurements for this piece & could reproduce it it if requested, either exactly or close in style. As it is made bespoke you could even change the sizes or colourways. If you omit the top structure this still makes a really nice sideboard, or even vanity unit; we've shown these on others pages. Shown below right is a table lamp we produced that was based on the sideboard columns, you can see how colourful the original was. Needless to say pieces like this don't come cheap, but what price do you put on looking at something beautiful every day?