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The strong classical form of this wine cooler brings together the heavier Roman designs and the beginning of the goût grec with its heavy metal rings, paterae and fluting. Judging by its scale, it was probably intended to stand centrally beneath a serving table, possibly flanked by appropriate cutlery or cistern urns on pedestals, such as the similar neoclassically inspired suite supplied by Thomas Chippendale (1718–1779) for the dining room at Harewood House in c. 1771, and that designed by Robert Adam for Kenwood House and published in 1775 in his ‘Works in Architecture.’
Price: £100,000 +
|Height||65.50 cm||(25.79 inches)|
|Width||74.00 cm||(29.13 inches)|
|Depth||56.50 cm||(22.24 inches)|