19th century mahogany cellaret

19th century mahogany cellaret
Circa 1835
This is an outstanding mahogany cellaret of sarcophagus shape, George IV period. On the original block feet with concealed brass castors, original ormolu carrying handles on the sides. Possibly made by the workshop of Gillows of Lancaster because of the quality of the timber used.
The divisions for holding the bottles have been removed, and replaced with green baize lining, as it was being used a sewing box!


44.09 inches
26.38 inches
28.35 inches
United Kingdom

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