Museum Saba

Museum Saba
SOLD - Lace
Museum Saba
SOLD - Lace
Museum Saba
Utrecht arched cabinet, ca. 1675
€1.500,00
Museum Saba
Neogothic cabinet
€250,00
Museum Saba
Cabinet, 19th century
€100,00
Museum Saba
Long Elisa tea set
€250,00
Museum Saba
Art Deco serving plates
€80,00
Museum Saba
Vintage Droste tins
€55,00
Museum Saba
19th century kettle
€85,00
Museum Saba
Lacquered tins with tray
€120,00
Museum Saba
Crystal vases
€135,00
Museum Saba
19th century knife founders
€90,00
Museum Saba
Antique lustreware
€110,00
Museum Saba
Three still life paintings
€500,00
Museum Saba
Delftware jug
€1.500,00
Museum Saba
Openwork flower plates
€120,00
Museum Saba
Pair of collar candlesticks
€450,00
Museum Saba
Framed drawing in red ink
€180,00
Museum Saba

Museum Saba was located in the village of Windwardside on Saba. This museum made the history of the Netherlands visible and strengthened the ties between Saba and the Netherlands. The collection included mainly pieces of furniture from the period 1600-1850, all collected in the Netherlands. One exception was an 18th-century terracotta pot excavated on the island. The large collection of antiques was unique for a museum in the Caribbean and caused much amazement among visitors. Unfortunately, the museum has had to close its doors and many of the beautiful museum pieces will be sold.  

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)