1603 - 1625
1130 mm (H); 840 mm (W); 1420 mm (D)Order this image
Chirk Castle, Wrexham (Accredited Museum)
Sideboard. Buffet. A James I five sided three tier oak buffet with heavily turned and carved inverted baluster supports (consisting of two patterns) at front, plain turned balusters (consisting of two patterns) at sides. Constructed in 19th century.
Amongst the chattels that, in 1978, were acquired along with Chirk Castle from Lt-Col Ririd Myddelton (1902–1988) by the National Land Fund and handed, on loan for 99 years, to the Secretary of State for Wales. In 1981 Chirk was transferred into the ownership of the National Trust.