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(pronounced seh-leh-REHT)

Originally, a cellarette was the deep drawer designed into sideboards that was used as wine or liquor storage. This drawer was typically lined in metal and had compartments for holding individual bottles as to prevent breakage. This drawer evolved into its own separate cabinet for the storage of spirits and glassware. As a separate unit, the cellarette was typically small and movable as they were often kept under the center portion of a sideboard or side table and rolled out for use.