Turned walnut and walnut, ceramic castors
112 x 103.5 x 42.5 cm
Place of origin
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Sizergh Castle, Cumbria
A walnut three tier buffet, English, circa 1870, sometimes called a 'dinner wagon', of three open shelves with low galleries to the sides and the back edge, raised on four inverted baluster- and block-turned corner supports topped by ball finials, raised on line-carved baluster-turned feet with ceramic castors.
Given by Henry Hornyold Strickland (1890 – 1975) with Sizergh Castle and its estates in 1950.