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Yellow earthenware jewelry box (part a) in the form of an escritoire, with two long lower drawers (parts b-c), and 9 smaller ones above (parts d-l). Painted with purple-red scenes of buildings and trees in black framed, rectangular, white reserves on upper and lower sides and drawer fronts. Each drawer opens and has a knob handle.

History Of Use

This jewelry box in the shape of a chest of drawers is painted with small landscapes with ruins in the style of baroque romanticism.

Cultural Context

functional; decorative

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