El Escritorio o Gabinete (space)
A desk/cabinet. Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Nicolás Serrano in April 2018.

Baulito (II)
The box has an arched lid and circular lock with openwork; on the edges there is a graphic in waves, similar to a lace. This type of piece was used to store jewelry and other accessories. The importance of this object lies in its artistic and referential value…

Escribanía de Estrado
Writing desk, anonymous artist (early 17th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Silla de Bazos (III)
Owned by the Valencian hero Dr. Miguel Peña (1781-1833). Donated to the Colonial Art Museum of Caracas at Quinta de Anauco, Venezuela in 1978.

Baulito
Small trunk, anonymous artist (circa 1820). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Salero
Salt shaker, anonymous artist (17th century, Teruel, Spain). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Félíx León in April 2018.

Butaque o Ture
Spanish X-Frame chair featuring a wooden butaque with a non-folding base and embossed leather back and seat, attached to the wooden frame with metal rivets.

Tres Sillones Presbiteriales
Three chairs made of carved cedar wood, connected as one piece of furniture. Chairs placed in the presbyteries were a symbol of the hierarchy between clergymen.

Gavetero Escritorio
Wood case used as a writing desk, with a metal hing lock.

Cuna Para Un Niño Jesús
Crib for Baby Jesus by Antonio Mateo de Los Reyes (circa 1755). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Rosa Ana Langerano in April 2018.