*Kinderledikant, beschilderd met een houtzaagmolen en droogloods, een scheepswerf met een schip, koningin Sheba en een koning in triomfwagen, anoniem, ca. 1650 - ca. 1700

*Kinderledikant, beschilderd met een houtzaagmolen en droogloods, een scheepswerf met een schip, koningin Sheba en een koning in triomfwagen, anoniem, ca. 1650 - ca. 1700

Parcel-Gilded Cabinet, Italian, 17th century.

Parcel-Gilded Cabinet, Italian, 17th century.

LORENZO BARATTO

LORENZO BARATTO

Book chest of Hugo de Groot, anoniem, c. 1600 - c. 1615 In his fall from grace, Oldenbarnevelt also took down a few friends. The most famous of them was the celebrated jurist Hugo de Groot. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, but managed to escape by hiding in a chest used to bring him books. The chest on display here was long thought to be the one from this famous story.

Book chest of Hugo de Groot, anoniem, c. 1600 - c. 1615 In his fall from grace, Oldenbarnevelt also took down a few friends. The most famous of them was the celebrated jurist Hugo de Groot. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, but managed to escape by hiding in a chest used to bring him books. The chest on display here was long thought to be the one from this famous story.

You should see this 3 Drawer Chest in Beige on Daily Sales!

You should see this 3 Drawer Chest in Beige on Daily Sales!

19th-C. Hand-Painted Venetian Desk

19th-C. Hand-Painted Venetian Desk

Coffer  Mexico, 1650  The Victoria & Albert Museum

Coffer Mexico, 1650 The Victoria & Albert Museum

French painted bed c.1760 Louis XV | 1stdibs.com

French Painted Bed Louis XV, circa 1760

French painted bed c.1760 Louis XV | 1stdibs.com

1620 French Meuble à deux corps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The French name for this cabinet means “a piece of furniture with two bodies;” separate cupboards with locking doors are set one above the other....The design and ornament of the cabinet relate to the mid-sixteenth-century decoration of the palace of Fontainebleau, near Paris, which remained influential to later generations of artists."

1620 French Meuble à deux corps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The French name for this cabinet means “a piece of furniture with two bodies;” separate cupboards with locking doors are set one above the other....The design and ornament of the cabinet relate to the mid-sixteenth-century decoration of the palace of Fontainebleau, near Paris, which remained influential to later generations of artists."

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