12:00 - 13:00
The event is not handicapped accessible
Two unique cabinets lined with intricate wood marquetry or silk paintings embody the culture of rococo court living which always aimed at surprising.
Tour through the exhibition with Dr. Sybe Wartena. The furniture created by the distinguished Roentgen family of ornamental carpenters set colorful accents in the interior design. The vigor of the stained veneer preserved in hidden places is unique. In turn, the tones of the inlay-adorned cabinet formerly owned by a Bayreuth princess is reminiscent of the legendary Amber Room. The gay porcelain-like silk paintings on the walls and the ceiling of the trellis room at Palais Tattenbach in Munich are surprisingly well preserved.