7 April 2009
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AN EARLY VICTORIAN OAK WINE-COOLER
The rectangular canted case with outset corners, now fitted with a later blue fabric-lined top enclosing a lead-liner, the angles with foliate corbels, on platform base with recessed casters, inscribed in yellow chalk to lead liner and to underside '6025-1'
20 in. (51 cm.) high, 37 in. (94 cm.) wide, 26¾ in. (68 cm.) deep
with Hyde Park Antiques, New York, January 1992.
Bought from Gerald Bland Inc., New York.
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