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Table ornament

Wenzel Jamnitzer, 1549, table piece, BK-17040-A

This receptacle stood on the table on special occasions. Although it was never used for food, since it was far too precious. It was made for the city of Nuremberg in 1549 by Wenzel Jamnitzer, then a world-famous silversmith. Jamnitzer produced incredibly intricate work using a new method. All the…

On display in room 2.3

Twee toiletkoffers

André-Charles Boulle (attributed to), c. 1685 - c. 1690, BK-2009-255-1

These magnificent showpieces were made by Europe’s most celebrated cabinetmaker: André-Charles Boulle. He probably made them for Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé who gave them to his daughter Marie-Thérèse when she married. The boxes have lids so they can be used for storage, although that is…

On display in room 2.23

Saint Barbara

Master of Koudewater, c. 1470, figure, BK-NM-1195

On display in room 0.1

Lontslotmusket met vuursteenslot…

anonymous, after c. 1675 - before c. 1699, flintlock weapon, NG-2002-23-4

On display in room 0.12

Dolls’ house of Petronella Dunois

anonymous, c. 1676, furniture, BK-14656

On display in room 2.20

Twee zoutvaten

Johannes Lutma (1584-1669), 1639, salt (condiment vessel), BK-1960-13-A

On display in room 2.8

Table

Pieter de Loose, 1689, furniture, BK-1962-49

On display in room 2.23

The Supper at Emmaus

anonymous, c. 1520, sculpture, BK-NM-9381

On display in room 0.2

Lidded terrine and stand

Johannes Schiotling, 1780, tureen, BK-1971-2

On display in room 1.7