cellarette


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cel·lar·ette

also cel·lar·et  (sĕl′ə-rĕt′)
n.
A cabinet for storing bottles of wine or liquor.

cellarette

(ˌsɛləˈrɛt)
n
(Furniture) a small liquor cabinet for bottles and glasses

cel•lar•ette

or cel•lar•et

(ˌsɛl əˈrɛt)

n.
a cabinet or stand for wine bottles.
[1800–10]
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regularly played poker with Andrew Jackson and, the story goes, won the cellarette in one such game, likely in the early 1800s.
The auction also includes English portrait miniatures, colorless glass, American paintings, a Regency cellarette, a George III dumbwaiter, a Warren Platner bronze lounge chair, curtain tie-backs, a goose-neck copper kettle.
They're being offered for sale by 20 expert dealers, including locally-based ones such as Graham Smith Antiques from Jesmond, Newcastle, which is bringing an 18th Century inlaid George lll satinwood card table and, to tempt wine lovers, an 1800 mahogany cellarette.