15 - 16 December 2008,
Price realised EUR 1,250
Estimate EUR 1,000 - EUR 1,500
A DUTCH OAK CUPBOARD 'KEEFTKAST'
LATE 19TH CENTURY
The rectangular moulded cornice above a frieze carved with scrolling foliage centring on the Friesland coat-of-arms, above a pair of pierced doors divided and flanked by fluted pilasters
164 cm. high x 114 cm. wide x 48 cm. deep
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A virtually identical cupboard, also with the coat-of-arms for Friesland, is illustrated in K. Sluyterman, Huisraad en Binnenhuis in Nederland in Vroegere Eeuwen, 's-Gravenhage, 1947, p. 166, fig. 224.
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