All the dishes were carved at the sideboards by expert carvers who were trained in schools by practice on jointed wooden models.
There were no sideboards in her day anywhere—no mahogany until 1747.
The framing of the front and ends of these sideboards is in detail exactly like the ordinary Jacobean wall panelling or wainscot.
They were kept on plates on sideboards in the sun, or thrust into mousy cupboards.
Their sideboards were covered with the copper and silver work of Eastern smiths and the confectioneries of Damascus.
He left a trail of vegetable produce in the most unusual places, on mantel boards, sideboards, the tops of pictures.
First pewter, and then silver plate began to shine on sideboards of polished oak.
This shape was much affected by Hepplewhite on his sideboards, and by Sheraton in his earlier style (see Figures 35 and 38).
Besides the couches and the table, sideboards (abac) were the only articles of furniture usually found in the trclnium.
Liquors and wines were upon the tables and sideboards of the best families, and wherever Banneker went it confronted him.