Masterfully executed vines cabinet, 17th century with later adjustments.
Beautiful walnut on quarter-sawn oak.
Beautiful carving too - see detailed photos.
Below a wide drawer and inside four drawers.
The doors run on hinges and are 6 cm thick.
Beautiful wide hood with beautiful profiling.
From wall to wall 158 cm wide.
Inside, the shelves are made of quarter-sawn oak panels.
Looks very well cared for.
These cabinets served as a status symbol and to store the linen, which was also a status symbol. From that linen industry, the Flemings have become rich.
See also the beautifully shaped bulb legs.
Beautiful mascarons, fantasy creatures taken from the Italian Renaissance.
Down three mascarons with bird heads.
The middle one serves as a hand grip to pull open the drawer.
One leaf can hinge to make room for the key. Nice detail.
The hood can be taken off for transport, the bottom with drawer can also come out.
The doors can also come out then.
- Armadietto, un cosiddetto "Rankenkast"
- impiallacciato rovere, Noce
- Periodo stimato
- XVII secolo
- Paese d’origine
- Paesi Bassi
- In buone condizioni - usato, con piccoli segni dell’età.
- 210×185×60 cm