A buffet in the style of William IV, with a straight top on the sides and a wavy front, supported on six turned, tapering, long legs. In the chest four drawers locked with a key. On both sides deep, in the middle shallow with wooden handles for opening. On the faces of the drawers there are subtle inlays from various types of wood in the form of thin veins and arrows.
A pine and beech construction, veneered with mahogany, marquetry from various kinds of wood, England ca. 1830.
An object after restoration.
91 x 152 x 60 cm