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Cassone (chest), pair with 1975.1.1947, mid-16th century (with 19th century additions). Italian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 (1975.1.1940)

Cassone (chest), pair with Date: century (with century additions) Culture: Italian (Rome or Siena?) Medium: Walnut, carved and partially gilded;

Cassone (chest), pair with 1975.1.1940 Date: mid-16th century (with 19th-century additions) Culture: Italian (Rome or Siena?) Medium: Walnut, carved and partially gilded; coniferous wood. Dimensions: H. 87.6 cm, W. 1.7 m, D. 61 cm

Cassone (chest), pair with Date: century (with additions) Culture: Italian (Rome or Siena?) Medium: Walnut, carved and partially gilded;

Renaissance marriage chest or cassone, painted and gilded wood, Florence, 15th century; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Renaissance marriage chest or cassone, painted and gilded wood, Florence, century; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

James Moore (1720)

Chest Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: 1720 (made) Artist/Maker: The Bateman Chest Moore, James (the elder), born 1670 - died cabinet-maker Carved oak, pine and gilt gesso

Extremely Rare 17th Century Late Renaissance Italian Cassone. Made of walnut with richly carved facade over heavily gadrooned and molded base retaining original lion’s paw feet. Tuscany circa 1680.

Made of walnut with richly carved facade over heavily gadrooned and molded base retaining original lion’s paw feet.

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