French Empire Bureau Conceals a Traveling Liquor Case, circa 1810

French Empire bureau conceals a a traveling liquor case, circa 1810 French Empire bureau conceals a a traveling liquor case, circa 1810 open
Unusual is the key word here. What appears to be a French Empire bureau conceals a a traveling liquor case, circa 1810+, with dividers fitted and covered in marbleized book end papers.
The case itself is a most attractive miniature mahogany chest in architectural form having ebonized inlays, a shaped cornice, panted half columns with Corinthian caps, and ball feet. Minor repairs and replacements. Liquids not included, but available locally.
H. 12.5″, w. 11.5″, d. 8.5″.
$550 will purchase this unique offering.