George III 18th Century Mahogany Adam Period Oval-Shaped Open Wine Cooler

George III 18th Century Mahogany Adam Period Oval-Shaped Open Wine Cooler
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George III 18th Century Mahogany Adam Period Oval-Shaped Open Wine Cooler

England
Circa 1775
The mahogany oval shaped lead lined wine cooler has brass bands and is decorated with four ram's head brass fittings. The detachable mahogany base with a fluted frieze and fluted square tapered legs terminates on block feet.

The cooler has a dual purpose. It can be used as a jardinière as it has a contemporary removable insert tray that has been made for the purpose of planting up for flowers.
H 53.50cm (21.06 inches) W 61.50cm (24.21 inches) D 46.00cm (18.11 inches)
£8,950
Stock No: FCS443

Exhibtions

The jardinière/cooler is illustrated, pg.8, 'The Georgian Period' 1714-1830, July 5th-15th 1981, Exhibition, Catalogue

Provenance

Sold by Moss Harris & Sons, Established 1866
44/52 New Oxford Street, London
By Appointment Dealers in Antique Furniture and Works of Art to the Late Queen Mary
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