DUTCH MUSEUM SABA
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 ( 431 pieces)
- Tin (+ 25 pieces), Copper (+ 40 pieces), etc.
Presentations about the WIC
(Dutch West India Company)
are given on every Tuesday from 17:00 - 18:00
To give an idea about the relation between Saba and the Netherlands
(and other info) you may find a timetable HERE
Opening Hours: Every day from 13:00 - 17:00
or for other times on request
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Ongoing research about history together with University Leiden, with archives o Zeeland in the Netherlands, with Foundation MOWIC (Monuments West India Company) and with New Netherland Institute...