Circa 1880, late Victorian oak three-tiered buffet. The rectangular shaped buffet with its three quarter wraparound gallery and each of the corners surmounted by a block and turned knob. The wraparound gallery continues on the two lower tiers and the tiers are separated by ring turned, tapering columns which start and finish in a rectangular block. The whole piece stands on 4 turned and ring turned legs and finish with a brass cup and castor. There is a trade label on the back for William White Whitely, universal provider, Westbrom Grove, London.
Size 108 cm high x 196 cm wide x 43 cm deep