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Papillero Vargueno
Papillero Vargueno - Furniture Style Renaissance Papillero Vargueno -
Ref : 93536
14 000 €
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
Spain
Medium :
Walnut and bone
Dimensions :
L. 20.08 inch X l. 14.17 inch X H. 34.65 inch
Furniture  - Papillero Vargueno 17th century - Papillero Vargueno
Floris van Wanroij Fine Art

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Papillero Vargueno

Spain
Baroque, first half of the 17th Century, ca. 1630 – 1650

Walnut, partiality gilded, with polychrome decorated bone-inlay
and carved bone Solomonic columns
H. 51 cm. W. 88 cm. D. 36 cm.

PROVENANCE
Private collection, Hennerton House, Berkshire, United Kingdom

REFERENCE LITERATURE
Domenech, R. & L.P. Bueno, L.P. (1965). Antique Spanish Furniture. New York, pp. 74-79;
Feduchi, L. (1969). El Mueble Espanol. Barcelona, pp. 129-134, ill. 116, 117 and 119;
Wilk, C. (1996). Western Furniture. 1350 to the present day. London, pp. 54-55;
Paz Aguiló Alonso, M. (2018). Escritorios y bargueños españoles - Spanish bargueños and writing chests. Madrid, pp.49-54

CATALOGUE NOTE
A vargueño – also known as bargueño, meaning ‘from Bargas’ - is a portable cabinet or desk, with or without a fold-out writing surface. The interior – as a general rule richer decorated than the exterior – of the desk is equipped with small drawers and pigeonholes for storing papers and supplies, or to be used as a jewel chest. This type of cabinet originates from Renaissance Spain.

The present papillero vargueño is a table cabinet without a front cover. It has seven drawers and a central door, all with the original locks. The gilded front consists of inlaid painted bone in polychrome floral motifs and spiral columns, known as Solomonic columns. The central door has six spiral columns, supporting a broken pediment. It conceals two drawers inside adorned with very fine geometric patterns. The walnut carcase has gilded wrought iron mountings and carrying handles. The cabinet is raised on four turned bun feet, also with gilt decoration.

Floris van Wanroij Fine Art

CATALOGUE

Cabinet & Chest Renaissance