South African Art, Jewellery and Decorative Arts

Including The Professor Walter Beck Collection of Chinese Works of Art, Ceramics, Japanese Cloisonné, Glass and Books

Cape Town  |  2:00pm Mon 6 Feb 2012

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A Cape teak, cedarwood and inlaid armoire, 18th century
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Lot 462

A Cape teak, cedarwood and inlaid armoire, 18th century


the moulded hood above a pair of panelled doors headed by flowerhead motifs, enclosing four shelves and three drawers, the lower section with three graduated panelled drawers, the whole with bands of ebony, yellowwood, tulipwood, stinkwood and ivory inlay, with panelled sides, on bun feet, 232cm high, 122,5cm wide, 58cm deep

Sold for R 450 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 501 300

Estimate R 500 000 - 600 000


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The de Villiers family, Landskroon, and thence by descent



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