Georgia Cellaret

$3,000.00

Georgia Cellaret is handcrafted by furniture artisan Ed Willis of Fitzgerald, Georgia. Inspired by the only cellaret documented to the maker in Upson County circa 1810. The original Georgia Cellaret was acquired by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

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A cellarette or cellaret is a small furniture cabinet, available in various sizes, shapes, and designs which are used to store bottles of alcoholic beverages such as wine or whiskey. Prior to a meal, wine bottles would be transferred from the cellar to the cellarette. It would then sit under the sideboard pedestal and during the meal the bottle would be retrieved to serve the wine (chilled) to the guests.
They usually come with some type of security such as a lock to protect the contents. Our Georgia Cellaret is handcrafted by furniture artisan Ed Willis of Fitzgerald, Georgia. This piece is inspired by the only Georgia cellaret documented to the maker in Upson County c. 1810. The original is at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

Weight20 lbs
Dimensions36 × 36 × 48 in