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A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BONE INLAID CELLARETTE

england , circa 1780

An exceptionally rare, if not unique, George III architectural mahogany and bone inlaid cellarette, of the most magnificent quality. With wonderful original colour and patina throughout, the rectangular stepped raised hinged top inlaid with bone in intricate panels, opening to reveal storage for 24 wine bottles. The front inlaid with bone swags and roundels, the corners with brick-like rusticated quoins, with a fluted lower edge. All supported on square section tapered legs also with rusticated quoins standing on brass capped castors.

Stock number

AD.283
Height: 31⁷/₈ in (81 cm)
Width: 28³/₈ in (72 cm)
Depth: 18⁷/₈ in (48 cm)
An exceptionally rare, if not unique, George III architectural mahogany and bone inlaid cellarette, of the most magnificent quality. With wonderful original colour and patina throughout, the rectangular stepped raised hinged top inlaid with bone in intricate panels, opening to reveal storage for 24 wine bottles. The front inlaid with bone swags and roundels, the corners with brick-like rusticated quoins, with a fluted lower edge. All supported on square section tapered legs also with rusticated quoins standing on brass capped castors.
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