This original sideboard from around the 1950s features a strong rectangular shape is softened by the unusual curved edges, highlighted by the light wooden beading. The top is covered in a 2cm think sheet of well-preserved, solid Green Royalty granite, which is known for its durability. The flanks of the sideboard consist of four wooden drawers, and the fronts have a raised profile in dark lacquered wood, with a strong diagonal motif. At the centre, there are two sliding doors made from clear glass with gold-coloured etchings. The inner compartment is lined with a mahogany-coloured veneer. It holds one glass shelf and the bottom of the compartment is covered in a dark green sheet of glass. The tapered legs have brass feet.