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Collector's Cabinet

Various artists/makers

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 503

Collector's Cabinet, Workshop of Iacopo Fiamengo (Italian, active 1594 –1602), Ebony, African blackwood, ebonized wood; ivory (engraved and carved) and bone; case: coniferous wood; drawers: beech, coniferous wood, walnut; knobs, lock, hinges: gilt iron with modern bronze paint Primary woods and materials: ebony, African blackwood, ebonized wood (veneer applied to the back); ivory (engraved and carved); bone (stringing)Drawer knobs, lock, hinges:  gilt iron with modern bronze paint Secondary woods: Case: coniferous wood Drawers: beech, coniferous wood, walnut; stained poplar and coniferous wood used for modern casings of locks , Italian, Naples

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