Large courtly baroque cabinet - Vienna - around 1730




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Walnut and walnut wood with rich, imaginative inlays in plum and birch grain.

The strict, symmetrical structure of the cupboard is contrasted by the playful, often crossed and intertwined ribbons. Formerly from the collection of the Countess von Francken-Sierstorff.

Height 217 cm, width 180 cm, depth 70 cm.

See Kreisel, “Die Kunst des deutschen Möbels”, Munich 1970, vol. 2, fig. 679.



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