Buffet Renaissance Carved Knight on Horse Castle Antique French Walnut 6-Door
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Antique and Vintage French Buffet Product Details
108H x 64W x 23D
This amazing antique French Renaissance buffet definitely has a romantic story to tell, with its carved scene of a knight on horseback capturing everyones attention. The walnut wood buffet was carved in France around the year 1900 and the center door on the top hutch is lavishly carved with a scene of a medieval castle. A handsome knight on horseback holding a flag rides out of the trees and toward the castle, where a damsel waves at him from an upper window. Is she a princess' Has he come home to her after years in battle' Is he riding nobly off to protect her' Whatever story you decide to tell, this scene is so beautifully carved that you can see every detail of the foliage, the figures and the horse. The buffet has six doors in total. Carved swirls and foliage across the front of the other doors are typical of the French Renaissance style of antique furniture and they add to the decorative appeal. With three drawers and a plate rack, this exceptional antique French buffet or server provides plenty of storage space too. Crowned with a shield and full of regal majesty, the antique French Renaissance buffet will be a wonderful conversation starter in your dining room or great room.
Condition of this Antique and Vintage Buffet
Used - Good
Normal wear due to age and use. The knight's hand has been restored. There is a red ink stain on the top surface of the bottom cabinet.
Shipping for this French Buffet
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.