Irish Mahogany Wine Cellarette

  • This mahogany wine cellarette is a resplendent specimen of Irish craftsmanship
  • Grand size and sumptuous carving distinguish this marvelous piece
  • The cellarette allowed an assortment of wines to be kept at the dinner table
  • Irish furniture of this quality and condition is immensely rare to find
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Item No. 30-9179

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This rare William IV-era Irish sarcophagus wine cellarette, or cooler, is crafted of rich mahogany. Exhibiting beautifully carved details, this cellarette is a marvel of Neoclassical artistry. As practical as it is beautiful, the cooler features 18 slots within for storing one’s best vintage at the optimal temperature. 

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 particular vintages chilled if necessary. This exceptional piece, maintained in excellent condition, is a must for wine enthusiasts and collectors.

Circa 1835

35 1/2" wide x 27" deep x 30 1/2" high
Irish Mahogany Wine Cellarette
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Ireland
Type: Caskets/Cellarettes
Depth: 27.0 Inches
Width: 35.5 Inches
Height: 30.5 Inches
Style: Regency

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