INDO-PORTUGUESE CABINET IN THE STYLE OF THE XVIIth CENTURY, XIXth CENTURY
In rosewood, ebony, light wood and bone veneer, with Moorish-style scroll decoration, the front opening with thirteen drawers and two leaves concealing a theatre with columns painted in imitation of marble and decorated with chinoiserie, the sides with a nine-pointed star motif, resting on legs.
in a ball; restorations
H. 44 cm (17 ¼ in.)
l. W.: 89.5 cm (35 ¼ in.)
P. W.: 40 cm (15 ¾ in.)
Acquired from the Galerie Martin de Bazine by the current owner, around 1985.
A 19th century rosewood, ebony and bone inlaid cabinet, in the 17th century indo-portuguese style.
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