Table, Pieter de Loose, 1689

Table, Pieter de Loose, 1689

wood (plant material), h 83.5cm × w 145.0cm × d 88.0cm. More details

Michiel Verbiest may well have been the most important cabinetmaker in Antwerp between 1680 and 1690. He made this tabletop together with Pieter de Loose, who was probably responsible for the marquetry or the engraving. Incorporated in the decoration on the top are the coats of arms of Simon de Neuf and Jacoba van Eversdijck, who were married in Antwerp in 1686.

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