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Federal String-Inlaid Mahogany Cellarette, Early 19th Century

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A Federal string-inlaid mahogany cellarette, early 19th century. The case features a rectangular, hinged lid opening to a divided interior with a shallow, storage well backed by a twelve-bottle compartment. The façade has a false drawer front over two flame-veneered and crossbanded doors with gilt-metal escutcheons before a vacant interior. The cellarette rises on four square, tapered legs. Also included is a key.

Type Storage Cabinet
Manufacturer Unknown
  • Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. The winner is responsible for bringing appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup. International shipping may be restricted.


- to fair; lid with some shrinkage cracks, including a larger example running the full width; lid hinges have been replaced and reset with repairs to mounts on lid and case; small repair to lower edge of right, side panel; applied molding strip between doors is probably not original; other various scratches, marks, cracks, and imperfections consistent with age and use; structurally stable; comes with a key.


30.75" W x 32.75" H x 20.25" D

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