noun, plural cas·so·ni [kuh-soh-nee; Italian kahs-saw-nee]. /kəˈsoʊ ni; Italian kɑsˈsɔ ni/.
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Example sentences from the Web for cassone
The typical cassone measured about six feet in length by two in height and two in breadth.
The Italian marriage-chests (cassone) were also of a richness which was never attempted in England.
The three screens carry four pictures—two long and narrow, evidently panels from a cassone; the others quite small.A Wanderer in Venice|E.V. Lucas
Painted probably to adorn the front of a cassone or marriage-chest.
It is possible he was alluding to these very cassone panels.Giorgione|Herbert Cook