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$6,100.00 - $7,325.00
With its distinct reference to Danish Modern design, the Cumberland Sideboard embodies our enduring commitment to simplicity. The sideboard is a modern piece, bringing an artistic interpretation of its historical antecedents. Stripped of ornamentation, like each element in the Cumberland Collection, the sideboard features our hallmark finger joint, which serves to amplify precision craftsmanship while visually uniting each piece in the collection.
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39″H x 58″W x 17″L
Like the Cumberland Dining Table’s exposed finger joinery, the ends of the Cumberland Sideboard’s aprons come together at the corners in a visible finger joint. The end grain creates a contrast in tones visible from alternating sides. The apron’s corner joint is then shaped to accept the top of the turned tapered leg, with the width of the fingers aligning with the diameter of the top of the leg. A healthy chamfer is introduced at the top of the leg to allow the joint some breathing room and draw its due visual attention.
The drawer pulls are yet another example of Thos. Moser’s commitment to handcrafted products. Saddle leather is folded, adhered and hand-stitched to create a unique piece of hardware which is then fastened to the drawer front with three brass screws.
The Cumberland Sideboard is dimensioned to sit above the dining surface of an adjacent dining table, establishing its own presence in a dining context. Four solid wood fronted drawers provide ample storage – regardless of particular needs. As is true for all Thos. Moser drawer boxes, these are made from solid white ash with our standard dovetail construction.
The Sideboard is part of the Cumberland Collection, which was recognized with an Interior Design magazine Best of Year Award, and a Good Design™ award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.