Africa | Chair from the Chokwe people of Angola | Wood; carved with male figure at the top wearing the traditional dignitary's 'Mutwe wa Kayanda' hairstyle
A Dutch corner cabinet, 18th century
Dit is het Muiderslot. Het is gebouwd tussen in 1285 in opdracht van heer Floris V. Meubels. Het kasteel staat in Muiden
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Hmmm ... this links to a picture on Facebook, which since I'm not, I can't see get more details. It looks like some of the mortise, tenon & peg camp shelving I've pinned before with an added closed cabinet at the top.
details from an old dragon style Chair from Juvasshytta - Norway. Photo Monica Reberg
his throne-like chair above is made of softwood. It elaborately yet boldly carved with a queen’s head and two knights. The Norwegian Lars Kinsarvik (1846-1925) is said to have created many examples of 'dragon style' furniture. 'Karveskurd' is the name given to this kind of geometrically symmetrical carving.
Box chair dated to the early 13th century from Blakar farm in Gudbrandsdalen. The staves are made from birch while the panels are from pine. Part of the seat makes up the lid for the box with wooden hinges protruding on both sides, while a hole in the front seem to be from a missing lock.