Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand
Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand

Ceylonese Dutch East India Company Satinwood and Ebony Chest on Stand

Ref: C2859

This cabinet on stand is mounted with brass coats of arms for the VOC (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC)/United East India Company (Amsterdam, Holland, 1602-1799) and bears the date 1754 but was crafted sometime during the 19th century. Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka) was a governorate of the Dutch East India Company between 1640 and 1796. The upper cabinet displays two cupboard doors with brass mounts, bail handles and large nail heads in the Dutch taste. It sits on a table with two short drawers, a deep apron and an elaborate serpentine stretcher.

19th century
W 41 D 21.5 H 71 in.
Condition note: some molding missing.
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