17th C room2 
Kunstindustri museet (The museum of applied arts), Oslo,Norway
 
 
17thC room         Malmöhus Castle
  
 
 
 
 
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Portrait. Attributed to Jan van Ravensteijn(1570-1657), Hague, Netherlands . The fabric pattern is either printed ,painted or a brocade. The pattern looks dark green  on a white shiny material (silk ?). There is silver metallic trim of some kind in a circular pattern. It's a quite pretty combination. Pearl earrings and necklace.
 
Gilt leather wall coverings, probably dutch c.1650. Identical leather can be seen in painting by Gabriel Metsu , Netherlands(1629-67)
Top of cabinet with lacquer painting, english 1675-80
 
 
Picture 3
Chair (powder chair), jacaranda, mahogany, english, c.1680
Cabinet, pear wood, mahogany, birch, maple and oak. Adam Eck Eger, Germany c.1650
Guerdion (side table), gilt oak wood, french 1690-1700
 
 
Picture 4
Chair (powder chair), jacaranda, mahogany, english, c.1680
Cabinet, pear wood, mahogany, birch, maple and oak. Adam Eck Eger, Germany c.1650
Guerdion (side table), gilt oak wood, french 1690-1700
Armchair beech, norwegian c.1725-35
Harpsichord with chinoiserie. Signed Hieronimus A.hass, hamburg 1723. Laquer works proabably by Andreas Völkert, Berlin.
Wing chair , ash, beech, velvet cover, english 1700-50
Tapestry based on Flemish design. Mortlake, England ca.1645
 
 
Picture 5
Tapestry based on Flemish design. Mortlake, England ca.1645
 
 
Picture 6 - 7
Cabinet, spruce with intarsia veneer of assorted woods, William and Mary style, english c 1690
Portrait by Paulus Morelse (1571-1638) or one of his contemporaries. Probably dutch.
 
The lace on the linen looks like very fine leaves outlined by linen and cut around the edges. It's not classical reticella as seen in samplers of the time. The linen is very thin. The black dress material might be black velvet. It doesn't have the shine finish of silks.