Flemish, ebony-veneered cabinet with decor of painted scenes.

Valuation : 10 000 €
Price with buyer commission VAT included

Rectangular, ebony-veneered cabinet, the upper section with doucine fitted with a shutter covered on the interior with pink silk with flowered branch motifs. Fitted on the facade with two paneled doors with a rectangular, central division fitted with nine drawers and an arcading door flanked with two small columns. The latter fitted with five drawers partly ornated with silk embroidery and silver threads with birds and foliages motifs. Central door and interior of lateral doors decorated with painted scenes of Flemish villagers against landscapes.

Flanders, 17th Century.

Resting on a dark wood support of four columns joined by an X-shaped cross-bar.

Height: 140 cm (55 in.) - Closed width: 81 cm (31-3/4 in.) - Depth: 45 cm (17-3/4 in.).

Former restorations and transformations. Very minor losses.

We would like to thank Ms. Chantal Maudit for informing us that the painted scenes are of the Flemish School, 17th Century, follower of Japser van der Lamen.

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  • Items quantity:  1
  • Expertissim Reference: 2010110021