Wed, Apr 18, 2018 11:00AM EDT - Thu, Apr 19, 2018 11:00AM EDT
* A Flemish Walnut Cabinet
17th century with later elements
in three parts, having a molded projecting cornice above the frieze heavily carved to show a cherub mask among grapevines in relief and flanked on each side by two similarly carved frieze doors, the two-part case fitted with a central open niche flanked by two doors over two larger doors, all heavily carved to show various biblical scenes spaced by figural pilasters carved to show masks, figures and fruit in relief, the whole raised on bun feet.
Height 92 3/4 x width 72 x depth 23 5/8 inches.
Estimate $ 3,000-5,000
The Property of the Detroit Institute of Arts, Sold to Benefit the Acquisition Fund
Provenance: Joan's Castle, Sands Point, New York
William Randolph Hearst Foundation