Queen Victoria Sideboard from Millersburg, Ohio

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The Queen Victoria Sideboard exudes a timeless splendor and refined regality with subtly ornate detailing from the sweeping legs to raised panels and decoratively carved scrolls. Handcrafted from solid Red Oak or Cherry hardwood, this traditional sideboard is designed with two cabinet doors and two dovetailed, soft-close drawers for durability, all donning stately decorative metal pulls.

The furniture at Country View Woodworking is the product of two generations of the skills of expert Amish woodworkers, who build each piece by hand from solid hardwood. Carrying on the legacy of using the finest joinery techniques, Country View Woodworking prides itself of producing beautifully styled, masterfully built heirloom-quality furniture from its small workshop in Ohio.

  • Each piece is handcrafted by Amish craftsmen in Millersburg, Ohio
  • Constructed from the finest solid American hardwoods
  • Finished with eco-friendly finishes and a strong commitment to sustaining the environment
  • Available in solid Red Oak or Cherry
  • Raised Transitional Styling
  • Durable Dovetailed Drawers
  • Full Extension Concealed Undermount Soft Close Drawer Slides
  • Concealed Hinges
  • Additional finishes, materials, and custom options available upon request - please phone to inquire
  • Ships in 8 weeks

Built to match the Queen Victoria Collection's Single Pedestal Dining Table, Double Pedestal Dining Table, and Dining Chairs.

54"w x 36"h x 19"d
Weight: 100 lbs
Includes Free Home Delivery & Set-up
Constructed From Solid, Locally-sourced Red Oak or Cherry
Country View Woodworking in Millersburg, Ohio

Country View Woodworking Millersburg, Ohio

Located in Millersburg, Ohio, Country View Woodworking is the largest Amish-owned furniture manufacturing company in Holmes County, employing 42 people. Roy Miller, a former cabinetmaker who saw an increasing demand for quality furniture, founded the company in 1993, and it has expanded such that Roy, along with his four grown sons, now have 12 independent shops producing furniture for them.

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