Two drawers over two shaped and recessed panel doors are the traditional arrangement for buffets and this one doesn’t disappoint. Even more delightful is the fact that the scalloped apron and scrolled feet have survived. While the interior shelf has disappeared, our workshop can easily replace, it if needed.
French Two Door Fruit Wood Buffet
France. Circa 1870.
Classic styling is what it’s all about—from the brass knobs and armorial escutcheons to the shaped, recessed panel doors and scalloped apron--the look of this buffet is archetypical. Add the center fluting, scroll feet and deep, warm patina and it all adds up to a sum of something special.
France. Circa 19th century.
French oak enfilade with three-plank top, breadboard ends and thumb moulded edge over three drawers and three paneled doors. Robust carved doors separated by garland wreaths sitting atop fluted columns resting on circular medallions. Shaped and carved apron with central shell motif and ending in scrolled feet decorative brass hinges and escutcheons.
French Oak Enfilade
France. Circa 1840.
The rich patina of the burled elm and the fine carving combine to form a buffet of stunning appearance and demeanor. Aside from the overall attractive appearance, what sets this buffet apart from its contemporaries is the fact that rarely are case pieces constructed of solid pieces burled wood. It also has the added functionality of an interior candle drawer beneath the shelf.
Buffet in Buried Elm
France. Circa 1890.
Bright cherrywood comprises this two drawer, two door buffet. Chevron panels are recessed in each door with small, carved medallions in the upper corners. The drawer fronts have a substantial frame and the case in its entirety rests on shaped plinth feet.