This gloss mahogany buffet or sideboard (or Huntboard in the US) is Queen Anne in style, although the term predominantly describes furniture from the 1720’s to 1760s – even though queen Anne reigned earlier than that (1702-14), and the name was first applied to the style more than a century after it was fashionable! The cabriole (or Queen Anne) leg is the most recognisable element of of the style, and was influenced by the Rococo
style from the French court of Louis XV.
But whenever it is from, the buffet is available in all the Dee-Daw Designs stock china options, to match all dining and banqueting suites (see separate listings) . The buffet has queen Anne legs, six drawers with large brass drawer pulls. Sitting on the top are five ornaments to match the style of the Masons dining room (see separate listings) with a large central urn on stand with two china tassers (serving dishes) in front and flanked by either urns or ewers (jugs).
All the ornaments are my exclusive designs which I 3D print then hand paint and gild (the tassers have real china tops which I decorate in the same way as I do the Masons dinner service plates).
The buffet can be custom made in different wood colours (ie walnut, or painted – with satin and matt finishes) and different ornaments or contents (drinks and cigars, serving cakes etc).
Take a look in the GALLERY section for ideas – and feel free to get in touch to discuss yours!
Measurements:120mm wide x 65 high x 45 mm deeps