Mahogany buffet

Mahogany buffet
Circa 1835
19th century William VI period three tier buffet or dumb waiter. The rectangular tops are made of the finest quality mahogany, which is supported by turned supports which are headed by small finials. A raised gallery is on the three shelves. The whole is raised on small reeded legs which are raised on the original large brass fret-work castors. Circa 1835.
40.16 inches
40.55 inches
18.90 inches
Mahogany & brass
This item is sold

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