[Tea cabinet, 1916?]
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/WOLF003028/00001
 Material Information
Title: Tea cabinet, 1916?
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Klerk, Michel de, 1884-1923 ( designer )
F.J. Zeegers ( commissioner )
't Woonhuys (Amsterdam, Netherlands) ( manufacturer, retailer )
Publication Date: 2009
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (1925 : Paris, France)   ( lcsh )
Furniture design -- Netherlands -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
Cabinets (Case furniture) -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- 1910-1920   ( lctgm )
Cabinetwork -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam   ( lcsh )
Genre: conference publication   ( marcgt )
festschrift   ( marcgt )
comic strip   ( marcgt )
Cabinets (Case furniture)   ( aat )
 Notes
Abstract: Five-sided mahogany tea cabinet with two hinged doors at front with triangular mahogany door pulls on brass hangers, semi-circular base with scalloped bottom edge, and two slide-out extensions at either side of cabinet near the top.
General Note: Related items: TD1989.328.1 (Sofa) ; TD1989.328.5 (Table) ; TD1989.328.6 (Table) ; TD1989.328.7 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.8 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.9 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.10 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.11 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.12 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.13 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.14 (Chair) ; TD1989.328.15 (Sideboard) ; TD1989.328.16 (Chandelier).
General Note: Surveyed by Gary Stewart, 7/93; Conservation priority: 3. Treatment performed in-house, Gary Stewart 10/3/94. As lent to V&A, March 2003 (Survey performed by V&A conservator, Christine Powell) Condition Statement: Incoming Loan ; Section 1, To be competed by the Exhibitions Department ; Exhibition: Art Deco 1910-1939, V&A, London 27/3/03-20/7/03; ROM, Canada 15/9/03-4/1/04; California Palace, San Francisco 13/3/04-5/7/04; MFA, Boston 22/8/04-9/1/05; Object ID No. 101. Object: Sideboard / Artist: Michel De Klerk / Made by 't Woonhuys / Materials: mahogany, mahogany veneer, plywood and brass hardware / Lender: Wolfsonian–Florida International University Wolfsonian Foundation, Miami , USA / Exhibitions Department: Please pass this form, along with any condition reports received from the Lender to the relevant Conservator. Section 2, To be completed by a Conservator. A i) Is the object accompanied by a Condition Report? N/A ; ii) If so, does the report accurately reflect the condition? N/A ; B. Please indicate which category best describes the condition: 2 (Fair) ; D. Special Requirements for Support/Packing/Unpacking: Wear gloves ; Section 3 General Condition Statement: Lender has supplied condition illustrations: front view, back view, left and right view. 'Gouge' marks - dents, are generally listed, as is 'buckling' or cracked veneer that is slightly lifting at edges. I have added a few remarks in pencil on the lenders condition report adna the courier has seen these. (i.e. on proper right door, top of door towards centre, veneer blister. Top of cabinet veneer 'buckling' cracked along grain extensively over top. Signed by V&A conservator, Christine Powell 03/07/03 and by Wolfsonian-FIU Registrar, Kimberly Bergen 03/07/03. For full report with illustrations see loan file or object file. Appears stable, 10/03/1994, DXB.
General Note: Exhibited at the Dutch Pavillion, Exposition Internationale des arts decoratifs et industriels moderne, Paris, 1925.
General Note: As exhibited in "The Arts of Reform & Persuasion", November 11, 1995-May 12, 1996: Tea cabinet, 1915 / Designed by Michel de Klerk (Dutch, 1884-1923) / Commissioned by F.J. Zeegers for 't Woonhuys (The Dwelling), Amsterdam / Manufactured and retailed by 't Woonhuys, Amsterdam, c. 1917 / Mahogany, mahogany veneer, plywood, brass hardware / The cabinet was displayed in the showrooms at 't Woonhuys in 1915 (see photo) and in the Dutch pavilion at the Paris World's Fair in 1925. // As published in "Designing Modernity", exhibition catalogue for "The Arts of Reform and Persuasion": Tea cabinet, 1915 / Designed by Michel de Klerk (Dutch, 1884-1923) / Commissioned by F.J. Zeegers for 't Woonhuys (The Dwelling), Amsterdam / Manufactured and retailed by 't Woonhuys, Amsterdam, c. 1917 / Mahogany, mahogany veneer, plywood, brass hardware / 29 3/4 x 32 5/8 x 19 1/2 inches (75.6 x 81.9 x 49.5 cm) / TD1989.328.4.
 Record Information
Source Institution: The Wolfsonian-Florida International University
Holding Location: The Wolfsonian FIU Library Collection ( AX 2fl Rck 2R50 A )
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: accession number - TD1989.328.4
eos.web - 36932
System ID: WOLF003028:00001

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