credenza

Italian word for a sideboard now often used to describe a type of low Victorian cabinet, sometimes with rounded ends and glazed or solid panel doors.

Credenza

A credenza is a dining room sideboard cupboard, particularly one where a central cupboard is flanked by quadrant glass display cabinets, and usually made of burnished and polished wood and decorated with marquetry. The top would often be made of marble, or another decorative liquid- and heat-resistant stone. The term credenza became very fashionab...
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credenza

[n] - a kind of sideboard or buffet
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credenza

credence noun a kind of sideboard or buffet
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credenza

a kind of sideboard or buffet
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credenza

a kind of sideboard or buffet
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credenza

a sideboard of buffet
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Credenza

A sideboard or buffet.
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credenza

credence table or shelf; a sideboard
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credenza

Italian word for a sideboard now often used to describe a type of low Victorian cabinet, sometimes with rounded ends and glazed or solid panel doors.
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Credenza

Normally a sideboard or buffet. In office furniture, credenzas are a horizontal filing cabinet, which are often placed behind a desk.
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Credenza

Sideboard or buffet with doors used for storage; commonly found in an office behind a desk.
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