The wine cellarette was considered an essential piece of dining room furniture and was used primarily between the mid-18th to mid-19th centuries. These delightful fixtures were often displayed beneath a sideboard or side table where dining guests could easily view the evening's selections. They were both stylish and functional, allowing the host to serve a wide variety of wine and spirits directly from the comfort of the dining room while also serving as a cooler, keeping vintages at the proper temperature.
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