WINE-COOLER on STAND
A George III brass-bound mahogany WINE-COOLER on STAND circa 1775
Of oval form with a moulded lip and fluted body between brass bands with lion mask ring handles on a detachable plain frieze base with lion paw feet. The brass liner is replaced.
- Height: 19.75ins (50cm)
- Width: 33.5ins (85cm)
- Depth: 21ins (53cm)
From the collection of LORD WIGRAM, MC.
This wine cooler originally formed part of a suite of dining furniture comprising a large serving table flanked by urns on pedestals designed by Robert Adam for Osterley Park. Literature ref: Sotheby’s Important English Furniture 2007