During the early 18th century, guests at a quaint Chipping Campden inn may have been served tea or port from a piece much like this. Modeled after a huntboard found in the dining room of the inn, the Campden Serving Table features a planked-wood top as well as a planked lower shelf, bun feet and dowel pegs; all typical of the period's country furniture. Drawers lined with decorative paper.
|Color / Finish:||Natural (Also available in Stained)|
|Dimensions:||34" H x 19" D x 58" W|
|Features:||Drawers, Inlay, Decorative Veneers|