previous arrow
next arrow
previous arrownext arrow
Slider

George III Mahogany Wine Cooler, Cellarette

1760 England

SOLD

Request Information

Follow Us

George III Mahogany Wine Cooler, Cellarette

Superb George III mahogany wine cooler or cellarette on stand. The cellarette is in fabulous original condition with a lovely rich patina.

Details:
Lovely well patinated flame of mahogany to the top, with a line rope inlayed stringing of holly and box.
Original led lined interior divided into four sections. Original brass tap, escutcheon, carrying handles, strap, hinges and brass lock. To the Stand – Tapering square mahogany legs with original ears, joined by superb turned stretchers in perfect condition.

Chippendale period

Condition

Fabulous, totally original condition with a lovely rich patina

Provenance

Private collection – Borough Of Kensington Chelsea, London

Literature
Dimensions

PREVIOUSLY SOLD FURNITURE

George III Mahogany Pembroke Table

George III Mahogany Pembroke Table

Fabulous George III mahogany Pembroke table, retaining its original gilt swan-neck handle, skeleton escutcheon and rich wax patinated finish.

George III Mahogany Pembroke Table

George III Mahogany Pembroke Table

Fabulous George III mahogany Pembroke table, retaining its original gilt swan-neck handle, skeleton escutcheon and rich wax patinated finish.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson circa 1760 £9,700 Follow UsinstagramA George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson An early George III carved giltwood mirror in the manner of Thomas Johnson, circa...

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson

A George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson circa 1760 £9,700 Follow UsinstagramA George III Giltwood Mirror in the Manner of Thomas Johnson An early George III carved giltwood mirror in the manner of Thomas Johnson, circa...

FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM

Pin It on Pinterest