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n. pl. cas·son·ni (-nē)
A large, long, usually ornate chest, popular in Renaissance Italy and used especially to hold a bride's dowry goods or other possessions.
[Italian, from Old Italian, augmentative of cassa, box, case, from Latin capsa.]
(Furniture) a highly-decorated, Italian dowry chest