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19th Century French Commode – An Antique Gem!

Hidden antique mirror with drawn glass
Three spacious drawers for organized storage
Elegant towel holders on both sides
Superior craftsmanship and authentic details
Durable and timeless design

This remarkable piece of furniture embodies the elegance and charm of a bygone era, making it a stunning addition to any home.

Beneath the beautifully crafted work surface lies a hidden treasure – an original antique mirror with drawn glass. As you open the drawers, you’ll discover ample storage space for your belongings. Whether it’s clothing, accessories, or cherished items, the commode offers a practical and stylish solution for keeping everything organized.

Adding to its allure, the commode features hand towel holders on both sides, a thoughtful touch that combines functionality with elegance. This allows you to conveniently access towels or display decorative items, further enhancing the visual appeal of the piece.

Imagine the commode as the centerpiece of your living room or bedroom, exuding an air of sophistication and refinement. Its timeless design effortlessly complements various interior styles, from classic to eclectic, making it a versatile choice for any décor.

By choosing an antique piece, you not only bring a touch of history into your home but also contribute to environmental conservation. Embrace the beauty of the past while making a conscious choice for a greener future.

Dimensions: Width 110 cm x Depth 50 cm x Height 91 cm.

Price: on request.

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Unique 17th century cabinet portrait and scallop

Unique cabinet that’s probably made in France.
Beautiful portrait of a man with a feather in his had,
below that a panel with a scallop shell.
Please take a good look at the photo’s for the condition, traces of woodworm throughout.
The cabinet is stable, the construction is good.

Height: 48.82 in (124 cm)Width: 32.68 in (83 cm)Depth: 24.02 in (61 cm)

Price: € 2500,-

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Amsterdam School Arts and Crafts Tea Cabinet Dutch Colonial

Extremely rare tea cabinet of which only 1 was probably made.
Made under the influence of the Indonesian colonial era in the surrounding of the Amsterdam school.
The cabinet has suffered some damage from the fragile woodwork of the legs.
1 Hind leg has a fracture but is still stable, see the photos for details.

Height: 32.68 in. (83 cm)
Width: 31.89 in. (81 cm)
Depth: 16.54 in. (42 cm)

Price: On request

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Rare Small 17th century Dutch (Nursery) Cushion cabinet Oak White painted

This model cabinet was called ‘Tafelkast’ (table cabinet) in the Netherlands because the base resembles the Dutch Renaissance and early Baroque tables. Cabinets of this type are usually manufactured in larger dimensions. This rare type of cabinet is much smaller and specifically designed for the rooms of newborn children of wealthy or noble families. For that reason they are called ‘Kraamkamerkast’, or ‘Luyermand’s cabinet’. in earlier times. This beautiful cabinet was intended for storing linen and other baby supplies.

This cabinet has 2 parts, an upper part and a lower part.
Made of solid oak.
The cabinet has had several repairs and replacements over the centuries, the chassis is somewhat unstable but this is not a problem with normal use.
Please ask for more photo’s.

The base is 84 cm wide, 57 cm deep and 67 cm high.
The wall cabinet is 99 cm wide, 65 cm deep and 93 cm high.
Total height when they are on top of each other 155 cm

Up for auction, mail for information