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A Brunswick architectural cabinet. Inlaid with palisander, walnut, maple, tin and coloured ivory on wood. Decorated with allegories of Caritas, Spes, Iustitia and Melancholia, the tin inlays engraved with mythological scenes - 1st quarter 18th C.

Cabinet - 19th century | AUKTIONSHAUS MICHAEL ZELLER

A FINE SOUTH GERMAN WALNUT WARDROBE BAROQUE, LATE 17TH CENTURY the front applied with spirally twisted half-columns flanking the two doors, retaining good wrought iron mounts of blued steel on the interior, a pair of drawers fitted inside the bottom raised on flattened spherical feet, in four sections

Cupboard. Oak, ebony, rosewood, mother-of-pearl, ivory; by Herman Doomer, c. 1635-45, Rijksmuseum

antique william and mary furniture | William and Mary Mahogany-Paneled Gumwood Kas, ... | Antique Furnit ...

Armoire, Gdańsk (Danzig), Poland, ca 1700 National Museum Gdańsk /

A Flemish carved oak 'Beeldenkast' ,first half 17th century.


Baroque carved and veneered cabinet. Hamburg or Gdańsk, ca 1700; 254 x 265 x 96,5 cm

1625-1650 Dutch Wardrobe (Kast) at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland - From the curators' comments: "After the founding of the Dutch East India Company in 1602, the use of exotic, imported wood veneers in furniture became more prevalent. So too did the use of perspective and mathematical systems in laying out the veneers. The combination produced a style of decoration that spread across Europe and even to the young colonies in America." This kast is shown with a garniture of five vases.