Arts and Crafts Buffet

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Arts and Crafts Buffet

2,749.00

Made in England circa 1899 this Arts and Crafts buffet is a perfect liquor cabinet in the dining room, library, or hall. This versatile and period antique can serve as a second buffet in a large dining room or the main buffet in a small dining room.

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I'll take it neat, please.

A Sunday afternoon in August.

The in-laws are visiting from out of town. Just finished a late lunch of egg salad sandwiches and beet salad made fresh from the garden. You offer your father-in-law something to drink.

"Bourbon. I’ll take it neat, please."

You reach into this turn-of-the-century Arts and Crafts buffet for your best bourbon and a crystal cocktail glass. A glance from your father-in-law and you understand. This is a special occasion.

Handcrafted in England circa 1899 when the Arts and Crafts movement--a return to simplicity--was well under way in London.

Copper hinges. Stained glass. Carved panels. Dovetail joinery. 

The pure and simple, solid Mahogany, hand-built elements of an Arts and Crafts piece are timeless.