a service room between a kitchen and dining room, typically equipped with counters, a sink, and storage space for china and silver.
a sideboard, often with a fall front, having on its top a china cabinet with glazed doors.
a small table, usually used as a coffee table, with a removable or fixed butler’s tray for a top.
a rectangular tray, usually of mahogany or similar wood, with hinged sides that may be folded down to form a flat oval.
the privilege allowed the king’s butler to take a certain quantity of every cask of wine imported by an alien. Historical Examples Commentaries on the Laws of England William Blackstone Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 Various