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Large George III 18th Century Mahogany Wine Cooler Cellarette or Jardinière

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Large George III 18th Century Mahogany Wine Cooler Cellarette or Jardinière

A fine and large mid-18th century George III oval mahogany cellarette or wine cooler on original stand in the manner of Thomas Chippendale.

Raised on four moulded outswept legs fitted with casters and carved ears of acanthus. The oval body of barrel form is bound by large brass straps fitted with the original handles and tin lining.

Lovely original country house condition with exceptional depth of color and patination.

Similar models of this form were supplied by Thomas Chippendale to Temple Newsome House.

A great party piece to fill with wine and champagne or as a jardinière.

Condition

Good. Wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions

Height: 22.84 in. (58 cm)
Width: 27.17 in. (69 cm)
Depth: 17.52 in. (44.5 cm)

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