1660-1690 German (Augsburg) Cabinet in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "This cabinet, perhaps by Melchior Baumgartner (1621-86), was made both for the storage of precious objects, and as an object of wonder in itself. The hardstone panels are mostly Florentine but include some made in Prague. The date of the stand, c1690, probably indicates when the cabinet arrived in this country."
Dutch Marquetry Cabinet on Stand
Drop-front secretaire, 1783, by Jean-Henri Riesener, Louis XVI's Ebéniste Extraordinaire
A GEORGE II BLACK, GILT AND RED-PAINTED PAGODA-FORM DISPLAY CABINET - CIRCA 1755, THE STAND PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY
Wine Fountain, by Paul de Lamerie, 1720. Hight 70cm. The Hermitage Museum. Lamerie gained far-reaching fame in the 18th century
A Flemish style Spanish chest in walnut and ebony and painted wood
François Linke 1855 - 1946 A fine and rare gilt bronze mounted kingwood, satiné and fruitwood floral marquetry side cabinet France, early 20th century, index number 1051, variante of index number 2488 after the model by André-Charles Boulle
A Spanish late 19th century Baroque style gilt-metal mounted rosewood, ivory, tortoiseshell, parquetry and ebonised wood cabinet-on-stand
Kabinettschrank by Hans Fend, made in Augsburg um 1575 - 1641. Courtesy of Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna.