Bruce Hamilton

Hunterian Sideboard

There is a photograph of the original sideboard well used, and painted white in Mackintosh’s home before his marriage to Margaret and it then appears stripped and polished dark oak in the dining room of his marital home, this suggests it may have been a favourite of Mackintosh’s.

The reproduction of this sideboard was a major undertaking, involving several visits to the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow to survey and make sketches of the original. From these sketches, detailed scale drawings were produced prior to starting production. The brass hinge plates and escutcheons were handmade by fellow craftsman, and good friend, Laurie Kayser.

Dimensions
Height: 1865mm
Width: 1550mm
Depth: 535mm

This is a reproduction of the sideboard from the dining room in the Mackintosh House at the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow.


It was part of a dining room suite commissioned for a client in the USA in 2011. The brass work was hand made by a craftsman in Glasgow.

If you are interested in receiving a quote, or are just looking for some additional information about any of the pieces, then please contact Bruce directly or by using the contact form below. Every effort is made to get back to you within 24 hours.

(+44) 0141 959 5025

bruce@brucehamilton.co.uk

Strathcona Studio Workshop
18 Strathcona Drive
Glasgow
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