We are always happy to provide further information on any item and can source particular items of on your behalf. The glass is opaque, pale pink on the outside and white inside.

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The glass colour is a very subtle pale pink (with a delicate warm two tone effect). Inlaid detailing both sides with central mirror. Some scratches to the front but in good condition for the age. In a lyre-shape, with five separate divisions which are separated by a shaped top rail and vertical splats.

With 4 uprights finished with brass finials, and 3 divisions, with a curved top rail and spindles of brass to the front and sides. With 4 curved, open fretwork panels to the front and sides, and 4 carved columns with finials. Standing on short turned legs and retaining the original brass cup castors,. With a curved shape top, there are spindles along each section of the piece. The three sections with shaped top rails are over neat architectural splats and corner supports. There is a cross banded drawer to the base with original finely turned ebony knobs,.

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The four division top, with concave top rails and neat vertical splats sits over a drawer with ebony banding and original brass handles. The shaped top rails with roundels and rare original brass carrying handles, all above a single drawer with turned knob handles and finely turned supports with brass castors. With four divisions, shaped dividers and cut out, brass lion mask ring handles at the sides. An old shrinkage crack to the base shelf. Above a single drawer with turned handles. The four divisions separated with finely turned columns and stretchers. The gallery decorated with cross hatching and punching. In good condition for age and holds books or magazines or paperwork. It is fantastic quality been made out of mahogany which is a wonderful rich colour. Size: 45cm in width, 28cm in depth and 38cm in height. The ring from both the drawer handles is missing. One corner of the base has slightly lifted and can be glued back. Lovely colour, would look amazing in the right location!

Wheels - brass casters good working order. The piece is mounted on four brass castors. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.

We ship worldwide with professional packing and attractive rates. Please send us your post code for confirmation. Please if you require any further information, we are here to help. Take a look at five small furniture pieces that you may have seen and possibly even own. Not only are they portable and functional, they're also very decorative. The stories behind each piece—from swivel mirrors to wine cabinets—are interesting and, when you learn the proper name of the piece, you'll be in the know the next time you go antiquing. It consists of an open-topped rack with slatted compartments for storing sheet music, music books, magazines, or newspapers. They grew increasingly ornate throughout the 19th century.

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It is used to store wine or liquor bottles, thus the nod to the wine cellar in the name. These pieces are traditionally made of wood and the interior is typically lined with metal or lead. Some examples are compartmentalized, and they are frequently equipped with a lock. Cellarettes were developed around 1700, but flourished in the late 1700s and well into the 1800s. It was common to find them on display in dining rooms of the day. They often stood on tall legs equipped with castors to assist with portability from room to room as needed. In the 18th century, cellarettes progressively grew taller to accommodate taller wine bottles. The term cellarette can also refer to a metal-lined compartment or deep tray for bottles within a sideboard, liquor cabinet, or mini-bar. It is a freestanding, full-length mirror mounted between two upright posts. This mirror style was developed in the late 1700s. Over time, the term cheval has come to describe any standing mirror. It's also used for smaller mirrors suspended from a frame that are part of a furniture piece like a chifforobe. Some examples are attached to small bases that include drawers. The term expanded to mean a stool, short side , or even a cabinet of any shape. Usually the box was a tea caddy, used for storing loose tea. If it was flat-topped, the teapoy could also serve as a small tea table. Teapoys continued to be popular into the mid-19th century, growing increasingly ornate. Over time, the term also came to mean any stand with a box attached, even if it stood on four legs. Nice prices, friendly customer service and some really great finds!

Later nineteenth century versions were sometimes taller, and were made in brass or combinations of metal and wood.

We are a full service antique store offering market assessments, online auctions and estate clean outs. They are movable as they stand on castors with racks, drawers and divisions, now they are the ideal piece of antique furniture for the storage of magazines, books and newspapers. It has aged to a warm, rich medium shade of walnut with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing. It is beautifully figured, constructed from the finest quality mahogany. The base contains a mahogany lined drawer with decorative brass handles and the whole piece stands elegantly on turned feet with brass cup castors. My offer was accepted and processed very quickly and delivery very efficient. The item is as described and looks great.

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