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Fine Dutch Baroque Double Domed Walnut Cabinet

About the Item

A very fine and rare burr walnut and walnut double domed cupboard; Holland, circa 1700. Resting on bracket feet, the base has two large drawers a pair of half - width drawers, protruding on the bottom and inlaid with cross banded geometric ornament. The doors have elegant protruding curly serpentine - shaped walnut ornament and are topped with finely carved low - relief walnut lambrequins in the Régence style under the double domed cornice. Each dome has an elegant molding transforming in its centre into a richly carved bracket. Together with the flat - topped corners and centre, these were meant to support a Chinese porcelain or Delft glazed earthenware set of 5 blue - and -white vases, called a ' kaststel ' in Dutch. The interior is typically executed in oak, with three interior drawers and shelves behind the cupboard doors. As was often the case, the bronze handles and keyholes were replaced later in the 18th century by more contemporary Louis XVI models. The interior drawers however, where it was not felt important as they were invisible when the doors were closed, still keep their original handles. The double dome is a rare feature in Dutch walnut cabinets of the early 18th century and was certainly influenced by the English double domed writing cabinet, so typical of the William and Mary style of the 1700 - 1720 era, also called the ' Anglo - Dutch period' in furniture. Queen Mary II married William III of Orange in 1689 and thus influenced the decorative styles of both countries mutually.
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 92.92 in (236 cm)Width: 75.6 in (192 cm)Depth: 24.02 in (61 cm)
  • Style:
    William and Mary (In the Style Of)
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  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    1700
  • Condition:
    Repaired. Wear consistent with age and use. One drawer requires small restoration. The key to the drawers is missing.
  • Seller Location:
    Antwerp, BE
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU95048739793
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