Dutch Renaissance oak cabinet, 17th Century

Late 17th century

A Dutch Renaissance oak cabinet from the 17th century with carved decorations. The cabinet has two doors with three full shelves and a small shelf above.

The Renaissance started in Italy around 1420, but it was only in the second half of the 16th century that this style found its way to the Netherlands. Around 1600 a Dutch Renaissance style was developed for furniture design. The cabinets from this era were mostly made out of oak, sometimes decorated with accents in exotic wood, like ebony and rosewood. Decorations were inspired by Greek and Roman temples, with details like a cornice and pilasters.

  • 6130
  • Price on request
  • 75.6 In / 192.0 cm
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For nearly two decades, the collection of Bloomberry has been driven by the cultural reference between architecture, art and design.

The quality of our collection is reflected in the sophistication of craftsmanship and the character of the scars of time. Our restoration workshops are built around the same principal and work to the highest degree of craftsmanship.

Bloomberry is housed in a former textile factory and is located near Maastricht, in the south of The Netherlands. Within an hour of Antwerp and Cologne. Within two hours from Amsterdam and four hours from Paris.

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