Probably Nuremberg, around 1700

in walnut, plum, yew, and boxwood

The casket (top left) rests on twelve turned, profiled feet and impresses with its refined architecture and highly skilled workmanship. The high quality is matched by the different opening possibilities of the casket and the beautiful geometric marquetry inside. A slightly larger, very similar piece, certainly from the same workshop, has survived in a private collection.

Height: 21 cm, width: 30 cm, depth: 19 cm



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