Definition of Cellarettes
1. cellarette [n] - See also: cellarette
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellarettes
Literary usage of Cellarettes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Early American Craftsmen by Walter Alden Dyer (1915)
"the South, with serving boards and cellarettes. After 1820 a sideboard was introduced with four legs, turned feet, and turned pillars at the corners, ..."
2. Paris Herself Again in 1878-9 by George Augustus Sala (1884)
"... cupboards, cellarettes, &c., all (iuly framed, panelled, moulded, and carved secundum artem ; whilst above are shelves, spaces, and divisions for the ..."
3. Intimate China: The Chinese as I Have Seen Them by Archibald Little (1899)
"... Emperor at Nanking have rings in their mouths, thus exactly resembling the lions' heads so often to be seen on the mahogany cellarettes of our grand- ..."
4. Antique Furniture by Frederick William Burgess (1915)
"... Sideboards, Pedestals and Vases, cellarettes, Knife - cases, Desk and Bookcases, Secretary and Bookcases, Library Cases, Library Tables, Reading Desks, ..."
5. The Complete Housekeeper by Emily Holt (1903)
"Silver chests and leather cellarettes are handsome, and excellent things to have, but the plain tight box, dark and trig, is better for preventing tarnish ..."