XVIIth CENTURY CABINET, PROBABLY FLAME WORKING
In fruitwood veneer, blackened wood, inlaid with tortoiseshell and ivory, wood painted in imitation of tortoiseshell, the facade decorated with mythological scenes opens with twelve drawers around a central leaf revealing an interior theatre decorated with mirrors, the floor with geometric decoration of cubes, resting on a plinth and claw feet enclosing a ball sphere; the later period base supported by six ringed columns; accidents and missing parts.
Cabinet Dimensions :
H. : 123 cm (48 ½ in.)
l. Width: 118.5 cm (46 ½ in.)
P. W.: 40 cm (15 ¾ in.)
Dimensions of the base :
H. H.: 91.5 cm (36 in.)
l. Width : 124,5 cm (49 in.)
P. : 45 cm (17 ¾ in.)
Acquired from the Gismondi Gallery.
A 17th century fruitwood, ebonised, tortoiseshell and ivory inlaid cabinet, probably Flemish, on a later stand.
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Any consignment containing an ivory component, regardless of its date of execution or certificate of origin, cannot be imported into the United States under the legislation that applies there.
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