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Buffet Hunting Renaissance Antique French 1880 Oak Wood Carved Birds Glass Doors

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Dimensions (inches): 96.75H x 57.50W x 23.50D

Comment: Perfect for your Hunting Style or Rustic decor dining room or kitchen, this splendid antique French Renaissance buffet dates to 1880 and it boasts some superb carvings. Crafted in solid oak wood, the buffet or sideboard is a superb example of the traditional Hunting style and stands more than 8 feet high. Notice the fabulous carvings of majestic birds flapping their wings on the two lower cupboard doors. You will also see a face peeking out of the back panel between the upper and lower cabinets. The antique Hunting style buffet is carved with many other decorative elements too, including flowers and flourishes. Two glass doors on the upper hutch offer display space for your favorite heirloom chine, vintage enamel cookware or decorative French collectibles. The lower cabinet with two doors is perfect for linens and serving pieces. The two drawers provide space for napkins and flatware. The Hunting Style is a legacy of King Francis I of France, who liked to decorate his royal hunting lodges with furniture evoking the rural world, and this antique French Renaissance Hunting buffet is a beautiful example that will look terrific in your home.

Origin: France

Date: 1880

Material: Oak

Style: Hunting

Mark: EuroLux Home

Used - Good

Free Shipping: Free shipping only applies within the Contiguous 48 United States and this item will be shipped via Vanline. Furniture (over 100 pounds) is shipped via white glove delivery service, which includes bringing the item into your home and placing the item in the room of your choice on the main level of your home. This service includes light assembly and the removal of packing materials. White glove service normally takes 3 to 4 weeks, although delays may occur for more remote locations. Someone must be present to accept and sign for the delivery.