Mappin Webb Liquor cabinet

Important “rise & fall” mahogany Cellarette that belonged to Sir Lomer Gouin (1861-1929) and was later offered to William Cottingham (1905-1983). Gouin was the 13 th prime minister of Quebec. He was in function between 1905 to 1920. Click on the link to acces the Wikipedia page dedicated to him. Cottingham was involved in politics during the Duplessis era. These links are also available to read more about him:



The cabinet was made in USA by Mappin Webb around 1915. It is sold with its three decanter only. The glasses and silver box are being sold separately. Waterford crystal tumblers: 45 -65 $ each. Sterling silver cigar box; Mappin Webb: 695$.

1 495.00 $ (Français) + tx

Dimensions31 x 22 x 23 in


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