Flower pyramid

De Metaale Pot (attributed to), after Lambertus van Eenhoorn, c. 1692 - c. 1700, BK-2004-4-A

In the 17th century, it was all the rage for the wealthy to decorate their homes with fragrant bouquets of flowers in ornamental vases. Special vases were designed for cut flowers. Potters in Delft developed an obelisk model using a pile of successive water basins. These two flower vases are…

On display in room 2.22

Mantelpiece with relief of Paris…

Jan Baptist Xavery, 1739, BK-1995-3

This chimneypiece was made for the main hall of the house at Rapenburg 48 in Leiden, where Baron Diederik van Leyden lived. Xavery also designed a marble relief for over the doors, and a decorative sculpture for the ceiling. This included a large painting by Jacob de Wit. Tapestries from Brussels…

On display in room 1.2

Tazza (drinking cup) with a scene…

Adam van Vianen (I), 1610, dish, BK-1985-24

On display in room 2.3

Draw-leaf table

anonymous, c. 1600 - c. 1625, BK-NM-5850

On display in room 2.5

Dirck Hartogh dish

anonymous, 1600 - 1616, NG-NM-825

On display in room 2.9

Two candlesticks

Adam Loofs, 1687, candlestick, BK-1966-10

On display in room 2.22

Two salt-cellars with satyrs

Adam van Vianen (I), 1622, salt (condiment vessel), BK-1960-16-A

On display in room 2.1

Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon

anonymous, c. 1000 - c. 1100, figure, AK-RAK-1992-1

On display in Asian pavilion, room 1

The Buddha Amida

anonymous, c. 1125 - c. 1175, figure, AK-MAK-294

On display in Asian pavilion, room 2

Aquamanile in the form of a horse

anonymous, c. 1200 - c. 1300, figure, BK-NM-14111

On display in room 0.2