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Large and Impressive English Regency Mahogany Wine Cellarette

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An early 19th century mahogany wine cooler of sarcophagus form, the raised hinged top above the body with recessed panels on a platform base with turned ball feet. The raised top surface is defined by a turned "honeycomb" finial. Each side is fitted with brass floral design ring handles. The interior is fully lined with 15 individual wine bottle compartments. The original key remains.

Details

  • Of the Period
  • Place of origin
  • Date of manufacture
    Early 19th Century
  • Dimensions

    H 26 in. x W 32.5 in. x D 23.5 in.

    H 66.04 cm x W 82.55 cm x D 59.69 cm

  • Seller location
    Mt Kisco, NY
  • Reference number
    f89711606174933413fs

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