23 April 2009
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY WINE GLASS AND BOTTLE TRAY
THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY
Of rectangular form with waved solid gallery pierced with side carrying handles, enclosing a row of later circular bottle or glass divisions flanked by two square compartments, all with waved galleries
3½ in. (9 cm.) high; 29¼ in. (74.5 cm.) wide; 11¾ in. (30 cm.) deep
Harvey Wine Museum, Bristol.
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