Credenza – A Buffet or sideboard; originally referred to the place, a cautionary zone, where food was set out for the servants to taste before serving it, to verify that nothing was poisoned; the word, in Italian, means trust. – Karen Elizabeth Gordon, The Disheveled Dictonary, PG. 25
This sleek and chic 1970’s Italian black lacquer credenza would add a dash of Hollywood Regency glamour to any dining room. You won’t have to compromise practicality for beauty either, it comes with a glass top so the lacquer top won’t scratch when dishes are being served. For more information go the Antique Du Monde’s dealer site on 1st Dibs.
Talk about a feast for the eyes!! The dining room can be a great place to add a little sense of daring and really have some fun and I cannot imagine anything more delightfully delicious and fresh than this yellow lacquered Credenza with a Greek key-fret style motif by Mastercraft. A metaphorical exclamation this piece really stands on its own; dramatic and vibrant, yet, refined, and exquisitely detailed. For more information on this piece email go to www.decoratum.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This bleached Parchment and Brass Marseilles Sideboard reminds me of an old phonograph with the round brass circle motif and graceful curve to the legs. Manufactured by Sylvan SF and carried by the Profiles Showroom in New York City. Available to the trade only.