Sideboard Server Buffet

Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings

Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings
Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings

Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings

White tiger oak with winged griffins. Please look closely at pictures.

I have other pieces that match this like a sideboard, table, chairs and curio. These will all be available.

Other items that show in the pictures are NOT included. Center door is missing knob/escutcheon. Reproductions are available from Ball and Ball and other sources. Plycon is a great furniture moving service. You can go to their website and get a quote based on size and weight. Unit is 52" wide, 65" high and 23 deep.

Figure weight is 240 pounds. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Sideboards & Buffets".

The seller is "polaraligned" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Style: Victorian
  • Item Height: 65\
  • Item Width: 23\
  • Material: Oak
  • Model: Sideboard Buffet
  • Type: Server
  • Antique: Yes
  • Item Length: 52\
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1850-1899


Tiger Oak Mirrored Server Buffet With Winged Griffins and Detailed Carvings