Lot 52

CABINET DIT CONTADOR in two parts, made of carved wood and veneer of exotic woods and bone with interlaced circle decoration, centered with an eight-pointed star in frames decorated with simulated nails; the upper part, forming a cabinet, is provided with lateral handles and opens with ten drawers (simulating twelve) in four rows; the lower part opens with three drawers simulating four; the cabinet rests on four legs in the form of sheathed terms; lock entries and handles with openwork brass plates. Indo-Portuguese, Goa, 19th century
H: 150 - W: 110 - D: 60 cm
A cabinet in the Abade de Baçal Museum, Bragança
A cabinet in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London