Sideboard Server Buffet

European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany

European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany
European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany

European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany

Approx 46" wide x 20" deep x 37.75 tall without counting the piece on the back. Scroll decoration, rectangular top with a rear gallery rail, frieze with a Torus moulding to a cutlery drawer with a baize lining, below is a recessed drawer with an oval panel and flanked by rounded terminals, the four carved and bulbous turned legs joined by a molded H-shaped stretcher with a central scroll arch and turned medallion detail, on bun feet. Usually, international post is received within 14 days. I will be placing lots of goodies over the next few weeks so keep your eye on my site and mark me as a favorite. The item "European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany" is in sale since Friday, March 22, 2019.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Sideboards & Buffets\1900-1950". The seller is "gauntlettgems" and is located in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Style: Empire
  • Depth: 20
  • Maker: unknown
  • Material: Mahogany Walnut or?
  • Width: 46
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Buffet
  • Height: 35.75


European Buffet Server Empire Revival Style Turned Legs Possibly Walnut Mahogany