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Campaign Cellaret for Saratoga National Historical Park

Here is a Campaign Cellaret of colonial period in American black walnut with hand forgings.   This cellaret (cellarette) would have been used to move bottles of wine about while the owner was traveling. This colonial item can be seen at the Saratoga National Historical Park in Stillwater, New York.

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