A Northern Italian cellaret, mid 19th century walnut wine cooler, highly decorative carved panels of allegorical figures, depicting four Seasons, the finial depicting a river God with lion & shield, height 72 cm width 65 cm
A large early Victorian mahogany cellaret, circa 1840s, the cellaret of sarcophagus form with fielded panels and a shaped hinged lid, a metal liner, the original waste stopper and raised on bun feet. Height 54 cm. Width 63 cm. Depth 52 cm
A Regency revival wine cooler of sarcophagus form, circa 1900 and later cedar and other woods, the domed rectangular hinged lid surmounted by a rectangular panel, above a tapering paneled body with applied rope twist carving to the corners, supported on li
A George III faded mahogany wine cooler, circa 1800. Of rectangular form with satinwood stringing and banded veneers and brass swan neck handles, fitted interior with two bottle sections, raised on four tapered legs with brass terminals and castors, 43 cm
A large mahogany sarcophagus or timber box, the hinged box with a stepped lid above a squared box with reeded and tapering pilasters and raised on a breakfront plinth base. Height 56 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 49 cm
Regency Cuban mahogany wine cooler, English. C. 1820, of sarcophagus form with finely carved decoration, the top with pineapple motif, acanthus leaf corners and anthemion feet, height 46 cm. Provenance: Fraser's Antiques, Willoughby, 1992
A George IV mahogany cellarette, of sarcophagus form, the flame mahogany caddy hinged top enclosing a lead lined interior, with tapered sides over a moulded base and raised on acanthus carved bun feet with recessed brass castors, 80 cm wide, x 50 cm deep x
A Regency mahogany wine cooler, of sarcophagus form with a quarter veneered and cross banded hinged top enclosing a lead liner and plug together with a later bottle divider, the tapering sides with reeded decoration to the corners, raised on paw feet, 84 c
A Victorian mahogany cellaret, circa 1860, the sarcophagus shaped cellaret with beaded borders, internally a fitted interior with tin lidded compartments and a removable central compartment with a perforated base and a drawer beneath, raised on squat bun f
A fine quality mid 19th century cedar and rose mahogany cellaret, circa 1860, probably New South Wales, the sarcophagus body beneath a hinged, tapering rectangular cover with a leaf carved finial with corn husk borders and brass capped corners, opening to
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