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Dutch Louis XIV Cabinet on Stand

Dutch Louis XIV Cabinet on Stand

A small cabinet on four torqued legs that end in oblate spheres. The cabinet has two paneled doors and a drawer with two handles. The decoration consists of carved festoons.
The interior has three shelves and a drawer.
Traditionally this type of cabinet was used for a baby’s layette. This is why the cabinet is decorated with pommygranates and grapes that symbolise fruitfulness and roses and sunflowers to represent love and unfaltering devotion.

Jet Pijzel-Dommisse, Het Hollandse pronkpoppenhuis, interieur en huishouden in de 17e en 18e eeuw, Amsterdam/Zwolle 2000.
James Hall, Hall’s Iconografisch Handboek, Onderwerpen, symbolen en motieven in de beeldende kunst, in de vertaling door Theo Veenhof, Leiden 1993.

Dutch Louis XIV Cabinet on Stand
Price on request
ca. 1700
walnut veneered oak and solid walnut
192 x 55 x 133 cm

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