Tiles


Books &Engravings


Replica Miniatures


Lacework


Chinese Porcelain


European Porcelain
and Earthware

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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, Chippendale
-            Paintings 1750 - 1900 (18 pieces)
-            Coins (> 250 pieces)
-           Tin (+ 25 pieces), Copper (+ 40 pieces), etc.

This is a private initiative in a traditional Saban Cottage

max. size of groups: 6 visitors
The accent on the themes changes from month to month
Powerpoint presentations on request

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

EXHIBITION


Opening Hours: Every day from 14:00 - 17:00
or for other times on request
Phone: +599-4165856, or email

 

 

 


Persian tapestries etc.

Furniture

Paintings


Copperware


Tinware


Coins

More is to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special other Museums for Saba are:

The Harry L. Johnson Museum (LINK)
The Major Osmar R. Simmons Museum. (LINK), but closed
The Amerindian / Pre-Columbian Archeological Centre (in the near future)