Gelderland pillowcase with real ebony glued in the pillows.
Beautiful blond oak with a beautiful patina.
End 17th, early 18th century.
Striking is the hood with next to the usual acanthus motifs a 'counted money' motif and in the crossing black tears.
All the tears are complete, they fell off one by one but I glued them back on.
Drawers inside under the shelves.
Also very nice is that it has three ball feet with counters in between.
As a result, the cabinet does not come across as heavy.
Pleasant height, also of less than 2 meters.
The back is original with panels and reinforced by me with a wooden cross for the stability of the cabinet.
Beautiful panels in the sides.
- Armoire Gelderland à deux portes
- Bois d’ébène, Chêne
- Gelderse kussenkast.
- Époque estimée
- Fin du XVIIe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - Utilisé, présentant de petites traces de vieillissement
- 197×177×56 cm