W I C

Tiles


Books &Engravings


Replica Miniatures


Lacework


Chinese Porcelain


European Porcelain
and Earthware

 

Crystal

More is to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DUTCH MUSEUM SABA

It does not exist animore but was unique for the Caribbean:
Dutch collections of antiques,
150 to + 400 years old.

-            Dutch Tiles from 1625 - 1900 (> 150 pieces)
-            Copper Engravings in antique Books and Bibles 1640 - 1777 (+ 50 books)
-            Miniatures 1409 - 1520, replicas in 8 (new) books
-            Lacework: Needle lace; Bobbin lace; etc. etc., 1800 - 1920 (90 pieces)
-            Real China , porcelain 1600 - 1775 (56 pieces)
-            European porcelain and earthwork 1650 - 1775 (133 pieces)
-            Persian tapestries (rugs, camel-bags, etc.) 1750 - 1880 (26 pieces)
-            Furniture 1500 - 1850, Gothic, Renaissance, Louis XVI, Empire, Queen Anne
-            Paintings 1750 - 1900 (18 pieces)
-            Mirrors ( 10 pieces)
-            Coins (> 250 pieces)
-            Tin (+ 25 pieces), Copper (+ 40 pieces), etc.

This was a private initiative in a traditional Saban Cottage


The accent on the themes changed from month to month
Powerpoint presentations may com later on internet

Address: Park Lane Street 12, Windwardside
(on the corner just above Juliana's hotel)

PRESENTATIONS

Presentations about the WIC
(Dutch West India Company)
will be provided LATER online

To give an idea about the relation between Saba and the Netherlands
(and other info) you may find a timetable HERE

EXHIBITION

ONLY VIRTUAL


 

 

 


Persian tapestries etc.

Furniture

Paintings


Copperware


Tinware


Coins

Mirrors

More is to follow

Presentations:
videos / ppt

West India Compagnie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special other Museums for Saba are:

The Harry L. Johnson Museum (LINK)
The Major Osmar R. Simmons Museum. (LINK), but closed
The Amerindian / Pre-Columbian Archeological Centre (in the near future)


Facebook page: www.facebook.com/dutchmuseumsaba


BACKGROUND INFO ON THE FOUNDATION

The foundation has signed the Ethical Code
of ICOM (International Council Of Museums)