Server with French cabriole leg

Made to order

Finishes

Server with French cabriole leg and detailed shaped apron. This server is available in a variety of lengths and variations on heights

HS205A
3 drawer 32" (81cm) H  x 67" (170cm) W x 17" (43cm) D
HS205B 3 drawer 36" (91cm) H  x 67" (170cm) W x 17" (43cm) D
HS205C 3 drawer 32" (81cm) H  x 72" (183cm) W x 17" (43cm) D
HS205D 3 drawer 36" (91cm) H x 72" (183cm) W x 17" (43cm) D
HS205E 4 drawer 32" (81cm) H x 77" (196cm) W x 17" (43cm) D
HS205F 4 drawer 36" (91cm) H x 77" (196cm) W x 17" (43cm) D

Choice of Timber: Oak, Cherry

Choice of Distress: Light, Medium, Heavy (10% upcharge)

Custom sizing available on all products.

See this furniture piece online by visiting:
https://www.fauld.com/product/121/category/263

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Colours

There is a superb selection of standard colours available from traditional to modern and transitional to painted. We also specialise in being able to offer an unlimited colour palette with you choosing the colour you would like and we will produce samples to your requirements (available with a "Special Colour" upcharge). The following are a guide only to the colour finishes that are available on the choice of  timber from Fauld England.

Important please note: These colours are a guide only and are not intended to be used as an exact colour match. Detailed colour examples can be supplied on request

Oak: 61 Light Oak on Oak Oak: 63 Medium Oak on Oak Oak: 65 Dark Oak on Oak Oak: 03 Limed on Oak
Oak
61 Light Oak on Oak
Oak
63 Medium Oak on Oak
Oak
65 Dark Oak on Oak
Oak
03 Limed on Oak
Oak: Oak nut colour on oak (10% upcharge) Cherry: 81 Light Cherry on Cherry Cherry: 83 Medium Cherry on Cherry Cherry: 85 Dark Cherry on Cherry
Oak
Oak nut colour on oak (10% upcharge)
Cherry
81 Light Cherry on Cherry
Cherry
83 Medium Cherry on Cherry
Cherry
85 Dark Cherry on Cherry
Cherry: 87 Oil on Cherry Ash: 02 Limed on Ash Ash: 52 Pine on Ash Ash: 58 Antique Pine on Ash
Cherry
87 Oil on Cherry
Ash
02 Limed on Ash
Ash
52 Pine on Ash
Ash
58 Antique Pine on Ash
Ash: 62 Light Oak on Ash Ash: 64 Medium Oak on Ash Ash: 66 Dark Oak on Ash Ash: 82 Light Cherry on Ash
Ash
62 Light Oak on Ash
Ash
64 Medium Oak on Ash
Ash
66 Dark Oak on Ash
Ash
82 Light Cherry on Ash
Ash: 84 Medium Cherry on Ash Ash: 86 Dark Cherry on Ash Other: 01 Crackle Finish
(additional cost 15%) Pippy Oak: Pippy oak on Pippy oak    
Ash
84 Medium Cherry on Ash
Ash
86 Dark Cherry on Ash
Other
01 Crackle Finish (additional cost 15%)
Pippy Oak
Pippy oak on Pippy oak
   

Other timbers available by quotation.

Important please note: These colours are a guide only and are not intended to be used as an exact colour match. Detailed colour examples can be supplied on request.

  • The appearance of standard colours may vary due to the natural grain of timbers
  • When ordering clearly state colour name and code number
  • If critical colour matching to previous purchases from our standard range is required please supply your sample
  • Colour phasing is standard
  • Items are given an antique appearance unless specified otherwise
  • Timber appearance will vary from board to board and and it is very apparent with light colours. Grain, texture and colour can be matched and variation in this natural product is 'no fault'

Distressing

Distressing: A unique art

A number of items affect the appearance of a piece of furniture. One of those is the level of distress that is applied to the overall finish of the piece. Distressing is a process which seeks to emulate the passing of time and the history of the item. There are 4 different levels of

Light Distressing

Little more than softening with a limited number of light usage marks (normally on semi-formal items only).

Oak  Fruitwood

Medium Distressing

Normal usage marks on items in daily use in a country farmhouse home for 200 years Some physical damage and indentations, insufficient to affect practical use.

Oak Fruitwood

Heavy Distressing

A much harder used item over a 200 year plus period. Physical wear areas to edges with more pronounced indentation.

Oak

Fruitwood

Savaged

Severe damage as in heavy distressing but all marks are significantly enhanced and increased particularly defiles and intrusions. There will be a small areas with sufficient distress to prevent small objects such as wine glasses standing evenly. (In Fauld's opinion the close grain nature of cherry wood does not lend itself to savaged distressing).

Oak