Old World Spanish Furniture


An interesting group of Spanish furniture of the 17th Century shows a pair of arm chairs of walnut covered in a crimson damask and edged with fringe and galoon of the epoch. Above the mantel hangs a portrait oj Isabella Clara Eugenia, daughter of Philippe 11 of Spain, by Alonzo Sanches Coello. At each side are gold carved wood mirrors of beautiful workmanship. The brocatelle on the mantel is crimson in a classic design of the 16th Century.

The carved oak 16th Century chest above is backed by an l8th Century velvet with the royal arms of Portugal
in gold and multi-colored silks.

At the right is a 17th Century table with iron stretcher, on which stands an exquisite little inlaid jewel cabinet. The 16th Century wrought iron lamp bracket has a design of fleur de lis and the imperial Spanish coat of arms.

Furniture of Spanish New Mexico

The strip of velvet over the table is Louis XIV in velour frappe maroon (a museum piece).

Spanish Chest Against a beautiful 17th Century piect of green Spanish damask stands an oak chest, lovely in the simplicity of its carving and dignity of proportion.

On it is a child’s toy chair of the same historical period – carved in pine. At each side are Spanish tiles of the 17th Century and above hangs a tile in polychrome showing a coat of arms of the l7th Century.

The painted frieze is of the 16th Century and shows the departure of the missionaries for America

Humberto Segura January 17, 2009 at 1:00 pm

Can you help me to find Mexican/spanish cabintry to place in my store for resale? Thank you Humberto

reclaimed teak April 28, 2009 at 5:54 am

Your collection is very ancient things in the world !
to see and touch directly is dream for many people who love old furniture.

old furniture April 28, 2009 at 5:57 am

your collections are just for Gallery Or also for commercial ?

Home Comparison Shopping May 16, 2009 at 12:53 pm

I am interested in learning more, any additonal suggestions on resources to use?

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