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UNKNOWN CABINETMAKER, French Armoir 1580 Walnut and oak, partly gilt and painted, 206 x 150 x 60 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

UNKNOWN CABINETMAKER, French Armoir 1580 Walnut and oak, partly gilt and painted, 206 x 150 x 60 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

Cabinet.  Artist/Maker(s): Unknown.  Culture: French.  Place(s): Burgundy, France (Place created).  Date: 1580; minor additions in late 1850s.  Medium: Walnut, oak, paint, and iron; linen-and-silk lining.

Cabinet. Artist/Maker(s): Unknown. Culture: French. Place(s): Burgundy, France (Place created). Date: 1580; minor additions in late 1850s. Medium: Walnut, oak, paint, and iron; linen-and-silk lining.

Dresser, Second half of the 15th century, France.    Oak, copper, iron; carved, painted and gilt.    Altered and embellished in the 19th century. Undoubtedly authentic are the carving on the central panel under the cornice showing St Barbara, St Mary Magdalene and St Catherine, and the scenes of the Annunciation and Adoration of the Magi on the cupboard doors, as well as the ornamental carving which combines elements of Gothic and Renaissance patterns.

Dresser, Second half of the 15th century, France. Oak, copper, iron; carved, painted and gilt. Altered and embellished in the 19th century. Undoubtedly authentic are the carving on the central panel under the cornice showing St Barbara, St Mary Magdalene and St Catherine, and the scenes of the Annunciation and Adoration of the Magi on the cupboard doors, as well as the ornamental carving which combines elements of Gothic and Renaissance patterns.

furniture | Babylon Baroque

furniture | Babylon Baroque

Designed by Jean Brandely | Cabinet | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Designed by Jean Brandely | Cabinet | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

TALL Antique French Carved Oak Barley Twist CORNER Cabinet Renaissance Bookcase #Renaissance

TALL Antique French Carved Oak Barley Twist CORNER Cabinet Renaissance Bookcase

TALL Antique French Carved Oak Barley Twist CORNER Cabinet Renaissance Bookcase #Renaissance

Cabinet on Stand attributed to Jean Mace after 1641 French Paris Ebony inlay of various woods tinted ivory and colored hardstones gilt-bronz...

Cabinet on Stand attributed to Jean Mace after 1641 French Paris Ebony inlay of various woods tinted ivory and colored hardstones gilt-bronz...

An American Classical Mahogany Armoire

An American Classical Mahogany Armoire

1880 Antique Buffet Hunting French Renaissance Carved Oak Faces Animals

1880 Antique Buffet Hunting French Renaissance Carved Oak Faces Animals

c.1890 French Miniature Armoire Salesman's Sample

c.1890 French Miniature Armoire Salesman's Sample

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