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This wine cooler/cellaret can be used either for its original function for holding bottles, or as an occasional table.
Condition: The cellarette now fixed to stand with bottom board removed, later liner.
Comparators: This octagonal cellarette relates to the furniture supplied by Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779) to Ninian Home for the dining room in Paxton House, Berwickshire, located on the Scottish Borders, circa 1776. This included an octagonal cellarette which has a similar fluted frieze and panelled legs, which was part of a suite of dining room furniture comprising a pair of sideboard pedestals and vases and table (Christopher Gilbert, 'The Life and Work of Thomas Chippendale', Studio Vista, Christie’s, London, 2009, volume II, p. 79, fig. 124).
|Height||71.50 cm||(28.15 inches)|
|Width||46.00 cm||(18.11 inches)|
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