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Desk

Abraham Roentgen, c. 1758 - c. 1760, BK-16676

This desk has numerous secret compartments and drawers and even includes a fold-out prie-dieu. It was made for Johann Philipp von Walderdorff, archbishop and elector of Trier, and is decorated at the top with his portrait and heraldic arms. The desk is the most expensive showpiece ever made by…

On display in room 1.9

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

Silver cabinet

Jan Adolf Hillebrand, 1844, BK-R-4927

As a young cabinetmaker, Hillebrand presented this neo-Gothic showpiece at an industrial exhibition in Leeuwarden in 1844. His ambition was rewarded. King Willem II bought the silver cabinet, having acquired a taste for Gothic art as a student in England. Different Gothic elements are ingeniously…

On display in room 1.15

Cabinet

Jan van Mekeren (attributed to), c. 1695 - c. 1710, furniture, BK-1964-12

On display in room 2.22

Commode

Matthijs Horrix (attributed to), c. 1775 - c. 1780, furniture, BK-1969-141

On display in room 1.10

Cabinet

Elias Boscher, anonymous (rejected attribution), c. 1660 - c. 1670, furniture, BK-1999-85

On display in room 2.26

Secretary

anonymous, c. 1780 - c. 1790, BK-1970-28

On display in room 1.11

Casket

anonymous, c. 1560 - c. 1600, BK-17523

On display in room 2.3

Mirrored cabinet

Dirk Froger (attributed to), c. 1764, furniture, BK-16431

On display in room 1.2