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Detail of an Italian scagliola cabinet, 17th century @sothebys #collections #cabanamood #italianstyle

Detail of an Italian scagliola cabinet, century

Altered BOOK, Secret POISON STORAGE. https://bookaddictionuk.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/a-book-of-poison-or-medieval-cures-book-of-the-week/ Original book cover from 1600. Pages bonded into a solid block & cut. 11 drawers & 1 open compartment. Latin poison labels (Rhicinus, datura, belladonna, valerian, etc.). Glass bottle labeled "Statutum est hominibus semel mori" (A man is destined to die once) Once owned by an educated 17th century bible-reading assassin?

A Book of Poison or Medieval Cures? (Book of the Week)

Latin poison labels (Rhicinus, datura, belladonna, valerian, etc. Glass bottle labeled "Statutum est hominibus semel mori" (A man is destined to die once) Once owned by an educated century bible-reading assassin?

Is it wrong to start the New Year off with a list of ‘wants’ rather than resolutions? Well, this year I have decided to buck tradition and start with what I would love to have, that way…

I Want These, I Need These!!

Secret poison case disguised as a book, century (This website has TONS of storage ideas, DIY projects and simply amazing things!) That’s where I put my deadly poisons! I totally forgot. Isn’t this the most amazing thing ever?

A William and Mary floral marquetry cabinet on stand, late 17th century, possibly by Thomas Pistor, of walnut, olive oyster, stained fruitwood and ivory inlays, the front and sides elaborately decorated with flower vases and flowers, the two doors opening to reveal shelves and three further drawers

Late century English Marquetry Cabinet from the Gustav Leonhardt Collection at the Bartolotti House, Amsterdam

A Chinese Bantamwork cabinet on giltwood stand the cabinet, late 17th century with a pair of doors decorated with exotic Chinese scenes against a gold ground, enclosing sixteen small drawers, the stand, part late 17th century

A Chinese Bantamwork cabinet on giltwood stand the cabinet, late 17th century with a pair of doors decorated with exotic Chinese scenes against a gold ground, enclosing sixteen small drawers, the stand, part late 17th century

Television Cabinet based on 17th century Jacobean furniture  - especially noticeable in the geometric drawer fronts - Designed by JP at Stonebridge Design in collaboration with Peggy Wise at David Waldrop Interiors

Television Cabinet based on 17th century Jacobean furniture - especially noticeable in the geometric drawer fronts - Designed by JP at Stonebridge Design in collaboration with Peggy Wise at David Waldrop Interiors

Love the Color of these cabinets

Taupe and Greige and Grey Kitchens... Kitchen Trends 2015

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