1. Cellarets were usually placed under the sideboard and were, as a rule, handsome and well-proportioned.
  2. In the latter part of the 18th century, when the sideboard was in process of evolution from a side-table with drawers into the large and important piece of furniture that it eventually became, the cellaret was a detached receptacle.
  3. A "'cellarette "'or "'cellaret "'is a small furniture cabinet, available in various sizes, shapes, and designs which is used to store bottles of alcoholic beverages such as wine and whiskey.
  4. But Simon Powell, of Freshfords in Bath, England, sold several items that topped $ 10, 000 each, including a mahogany cellaret, or liquor cabinet, circa 1810, for $ 12, 000, which justified the excursion, he said.
  5. As the refined, early Neoclassicism of the late-18th and early-19th centuries gave way to its more ostentatious interpretations known as the Empire style, cellarets became heavier and more ornate, boldly over-emphasizing Roman and Grecian motifs, and sometimes even assuming the shape of sarcophagi mounted with lions'heads and animal-paw feet.


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