On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 535

Renowned for their decorative wall hangings, seventeenth-century Spanish leatherworkers also produced utilitarian objects, such as this trunk. The arms, with their winged lion supporters, embossed on the lid are unidentified.

Trunk, Leather applied to wood, wrought iron, Spanish

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