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Cupboard

Herman Doomer, c. 1635 - c. 1645, furniture, BK-1975-81

Among the possessions left by cabinetmaker Herman Doomer of Amsterdam was a costly ‘large ebony cupboard inlaid with mother-of-pearl’. It was probably this piece of furniture, which is veneered entirely with ebony and decorated with mother-of-pearl inlay. With its diagonally protruding corners and…

On display in room 2.8

Dolls’ house of Petronella Oortman

anonymous, c. 1686 - c. 1710, furniture, BK-NM-1010

The exterior of this dolls house is a work of art in its own right, with its mother-of-pearl and pewter veneer. The owners’ initials - Petronella Oortman and her husband Johannes Brandt, a cloth merchant in Amsterdam - are inlaid on both sides. Remarkably, all the domestic furnishings were made…

On display in room 2.20

Layette Cupboard

anonymous, c. 1660 - c. 1670, furniture, BK-1985-10

Flower, fruit and shell patterns are carved into the walnut veneer of this cupboard. It was designed to hold nappies (diapers) and babies’ clothes. Old inventories of lying-in rooms mention these cupboards. The Dutch term is: ‘luiermandskast’.

Art cabinet

anonymous, c. 1627 - c. 1630, furniture, BK-NM-7325

On display in room 2.3

Cabinet

André-Charles Boulle (attributed to), c. 1670 - c. 1675, furniture, BK-1990-7

On display in room 2.23

Cabinet

anonymous, c. 1700 - c. 1705, furniture, BK-1979-21

On display in room 2.22

Cabinet

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

On display in room 2.22

Table

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

Dolls’ house of Petronella Dunois

anonymous, c. 1676, furniture, BK-14656

On display in room 2.20

Cabinet

Pierre Gole (possibly), c. 1645 - c. 1650, furniture, BK-16117

On display in room 2.23