Hi there. After fruitlessly scouring the internet I figured I'd post here and hope someone could provide some insight about a sideboard I recently picked up. Pictures are attached for reference.
The right drawer panel is faux, and slides right to reveal a longer storage area (half the unit, right side). The unit is large, with dimensions of 86.75" L x 17.5" D x 30.5" H. The mark photo comes from inside the drawer section. I have no reason to doubt the mark given the appearance/wear, the fact that I've been able to find matching examples of the mark from RHF online, and the context (unit has definite grandma smell, comes from a reputable seller, clearly seems to have been someone's home locally for 50+ years).
What has me baffled is that I can find NO example of this style of RHF sideboard. All the RHF sideboards I've found typically have sweeping but centrally mounted handles and are narrower, with one set of drawers either offset or centrally positioned). The handles on the sliding doors are very distinct in the use of mated triangles extending across two sides of the panels.
Anyway, I like to know the history of the stuff I buy and own, if only for my own edification, so if anyone knows anything about this unit or RHF more generally (there is literally nothing about RHF online other than a modern US mattress and furniture maker) I'd appreciate it.