Four door mahogany breakfront sideboard with applied carving on a shaped back. Crossbanded lip and cushion drawers. The doors also featuring flame mahogany panels framed with further decoration. Left hand cabinet includes three pull out shelves and on the right side you will find a traditional for the period wine cellar. Featured in the Carter’s Guide for 2004, this piece now represents unparallelled value. Measurements are 250 cm wide, 70 cm deep and 172 cm high. Price is $3,900.
Genuine French wine rack by reputable maker Rigidex. Holds 300 bottles on two sides. Will require some inexpensive attention to make secure when installed. Over 95 % complete, this will make a safe professional way to store 25 dozen (50 x 6) bottles at the traditional cellaring angle. And at a cost of less than $1.75 per bottle. Measurements are 105 cm wide 50cm deep and 150cm high.
A sculptural wrought iron wine rack by master craftsman Mark Douglass made approximately 1980. Free standing or bolted to the wall. Storage for 96 bottles at least. Extreme measurements are 120cm wide, 250 cm high and 40 cm deep. Price $1,480.
A folding wine rack made by expert maker S. A. Leban. Holds 10 dozen and stamped with the makers name. Easy to view your collection as all labels are easily inspected.
Professional wine maker’s equipment, made in France and suitable for your cellar or above ground storage.
72 cm x 80 cm x 150 cm high.
A large wine crate made in France around 1950. Useful for storage for firewood, kitchen supplies, ingredients, or in an emergency situation, wine. Two available at the time of writing, price quoted is for one. $79
63 cms x 46 cms x 35 cms high.