DUTCH MUSEUM SABA

SALES OF ANTIQUES

Dutch collections of antiques,
in general 150 to + 400 years old
For sale are just artifacts from after 1850
or with no relevance for exhibitions

Categories & Links

B= Books
Books between 1640 - 1900 Not for sale LINK
BC= Brass-Copper Not for Sale  
China (Chinese porcelain) For sale at Dutch Museum Saba:
26 small Chinese teacups and 60 Chinese saucers
20st century but with design from 1700 Kangxi, Long Liza, not hand-painted Price: 12 cups + 12 saucers $ 60
(added for free: extra saucers and one tea-pot)
For sale only for inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands
LINK
C=Coins
Gold Coins

LINK

LINK
E=EU/Earthenware/porcelain

Saxony tableware
For sale only fore inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands

Limoges tableware 1905
For sale only for inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands

"Gold-stone" around 1900
For sale only for inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands

LINK

LINK

LINK

F=Furniture Not for Sale
K-Kristal Not for Sale
L=Lamps Not for Sale
LW=Lacework Not for Sale
P=Paintings etc Not for Sale
M= Mirrors Not for Sale
S=Silverware Not for Sale
T=Tiles

From between 1850-1900, 30 tiles, mangano-purple 13x13 cm : $ 100
For sale only for inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands

From between 1625-850 Not for Sale

LINK

 

NO LINK

Tin=Tin Not for Sale
TX=Textile Not for Sale
R=Rugs Not for Sale
Reli Antique artifact from Russia, Israel, Rome etc.
For sale only for inhabitants of Saba or neighbouring islands
LINK
 
 
 


This Foundation Dutch Museum Saba is a private initiative in a traditional Saban Cottage

 


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


Phone: +599-4169423, or 4166030
or email

 


Facebook page: www.facebook.com/dutchmuseumsaba


BACKGROUND INFO ON THE FOUNDATION

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


The Foundation "Stichting Dutch Museum" has the ANBI-status

RSIN 8242.07.555