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A Flemish boulle marquetry pewter-inlaid tortoiseshell cabinet-on-stand, early 18th Century.

With an arrangement of drawers and a central cupboard inlaid with battle scenes and martial trophies flanked by columns, bearing the coat of arms of the Counts of Salazar de Velasco, (creation in 1592); the stand re-constructed in the early 19th Century, with spirally turned tortoiseshell columns and a mirrored back, height 215 cm, width 108 cm.

Attributed to Henri Van Soest (1659 – 1726), one of the last great marchand-ébénistes in Antwerp.




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