This aristocratic chique table piece is the contemporary copy of the Merkelsche Centrepiece from 1549 in the Rijksmuseum. You and 8 others can make this masterpiece the focal point of your table. Each of the nine are unique: you can be the sculptor and lavishly decorate the steel base with magnetic miniatures the way you like it best.

Source: Merkelsche Centrepiece, Wenzel Jamnitzer, 1549; Miniature burnt wine bowl, Frederick of Strant (II), 1740; Miniature fish basket, Abraham Vilelle 1778; Miniature coffee pot, Frederik Sleuman, 1772; Cabinet of silver in Louis XVI style: two doors and three drawers, Hermanus Hill, 1787; Chair with openwork back surmounted by a crest, Jan Bonket, 1779; Silver chair, Michael Maenbeeck, ca 1662 – ca 1666; Handbell of silver, anonymous, ca 1700 – ca 1800; Water jug, anonymous, ca 1770, Miniature, anonymous, ca 1770.

Price on request, get in touch via [email protected] 

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 45 × 45 × 90 cm

about the designer

Studio Droog

Founded in 2011 by Renny Ramakers, Studio Droog is an Amsterdam based studio that develops the Droog brand through a range of furniture, accessories and lighting products. The studio uses a carefully selected team of in-house designers, dedicated to designing quality products that change your experience of daily life.
The studio is committed to delivering useful products with a strong identity. We believe that utility does not have to come at the expense of fantasy. Every piece in the studio’s collection begins with a radical re-think of a particular item and the way that it can be used. Each product is unique and tells a story of its own, but all share a strong emphasis on both function and fiction.