Dating: 17th century
Material: Wood (Persea Indica & Kielmeyera Coriacea) & Brass
Dimensions (cm): 200,5 x 138,7 x 57,3
Inv. no.: PD0571
It was only in the 16th century that cabinets were introduced and frequently used in Portugal. The piece served as a convenient storage for ‘silverware, fabrics, ‘merchandise’, whether they were common items or more valuable ones. Their doors were protected by locks and hasps.