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An early elm chair, Shanxi, likely 16th-17th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1700   item# 1246664 (stock# 2014/D/183)

An early elm chair, Shanxi, likely 16th-17th C.
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


850 euro 

An early example of a Southern Official's Hat armchair, Shanxi province, likely 16th-17th C. Dim.: WxDxH 58x42x58/102cm. Elmwood with a thick black lacquer over a red lacquer (not textile). This red lacquer is of a type that is definitely before 1700. The simple backrest is another indicator of it's age; later examples show more elaborate carved details. Overall this chair has much in common with early chairs in the Co La Ma collection, as published by Curtis Evarts in his superb st ...click for details


A large cabinet, late Ming or early Qing, 17th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1700   item# 1192195 (stock# 2013/C/164)

A large cabinet, late Ming or early Qing, 17th C.
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


3.750 euro 

Two-door cabinet from Shanxi province, late Ming / early Qing 17th century. Itís compact proportions, the cap extending to three sides and the order of panels and stretchers put this cabinet firmly in the Ming tradition. It isnít said though that this dates the cabinet automatically pre-1644; the change of style from Ming to Qing didnít happen overnight. The old Ming style echoed on through the second half of the 17th century and made place only little by little to new style elements. Old red la ...click for details


A late Ming cabinet, Shanxi ca. 1600

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1700   item# 1191154 (stock# 2013/C/163)

A late Ming cabinet, Shanxi ca. 1600
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+31-512-461818


2.900 euro 

Halfhigh two-door cabinet, Shanxi province. Period: late Ming, ca. 1600. Remarkably solid and well made. Original thick bright-red lacquer on the front that has changed colour over time and under the influence of smoke to wine-red. The sides are finished in a thick dark lacquer that has partially flaked off. What remains of it is strong. One back leg has been repaired. The shelf-board is original; the bottom-board has been replaced. The hardware on the lock is original but incomplete. The hinges ...click for details


A temple cabinet, Shanxi, early 18th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1190157 (stock# 2013/B/162)

A temple cabinet, Shanxi, early 18th C.
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


1.975 euro 

Two-door cabinet with single drawer originating from a temple, Shanxi province, first half 18th century. The compact proportions and the division of the panelwork still breaths the old Ming style, although the lacquer-techniques used make it more probable this cabinet was made shortly after 1700. The front is finished with an old red layer of lacquer over an older dark layer. Original hardware. The sides are finished in a greyish-black layer of clay-lacquer. The drawer is replaced with the use o ...click for details


An elm Shanxi cabinet, early 18th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1189353 (stock# 2013/B/160)

An elm Shanxi cabinet, early 18th C.
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


1.900 euro 

A lacquered two-door cabinet from Shanxi province, early 18th century. The finely crackled red lacquer at the front is typical for the period. The sides are dark coloured. One shelve and a storage compartment (hatch missing). Dim.: WxDxH 143x65,5x177,5cm. Condition: wood added to three legs rotten short, damaged spots and wear to the lacquer, original hardware with losses, repair to the lower pivot of the left door. Waxed, not re-lacquered. Reduced in price from 3.800 euro to 1.900 euro.


A large cabinet, late Ming or early Qing. Shanxi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1186446 (stock# 2013/B/156)

A large cabinet, late Ming or early Qing. Shanxi
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


2.450 euro 

Two-door cabinet with three drawers at the top, Shanxi province, second half 17th century. The paneled front and the top end drawers are typical for the Ming-period. It would be safer though to date it early Qing dased on details such as the flat spandrels on the sides, the lacquer and the type of hinges used. The front is finished in an old black laquer which might not be the first state; there are previous layers under it of which the oldest is black as well. The lacquer that must have covered ...click for details


Miniature elm kang table- ca. 1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1147304 (stock# 2012/F/94)

Miniature elm kang table- ca. 1750
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


SOLD 

A low kang altar table with a drawer. Shanxi province, around 1750. Elm with the original brown-purple lacquer. This funny piece is in all detail a true miniature of the bulky drawer tables or coffers as they were common in the region and period. Nice original condition without restorations. Dim.: WxDxH 59x37x36cm


Kesi table frontal with 5 claw dragons- circa 1800

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1900   item# 1146839 (stock# 2012/F/92)

Kesi table frontal with 5 claw dragons- circa 1800
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Mikael Jaspers
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SOLD 

A kesi (kossu) table frontal with 5 clawed dragons, clouds, auspicious symbols and bats on a beige-yellowish ground. China, circa 1800. Dim.: 65x99cm. The kesi part is bordered with a brocaded band. The frontal is backed with blue cotton. Please note that the condition is poor and it needs further restoration on top of the repairs already done in the past! Study the pictures carefully! There are numerous holes, damaged areas and places where the kesi has separated. Despite these conditional pr ...click for details


A large pine wood cabinet- late Ming or Early Qing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1101884 (stock# 2011/I/52)

A large pine wood cabinet- late Ming or Early Qing
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2.400 euro 

A pine cabinet with two doors in the centre and two shelves on the inside. Shanxi province, late Ming / early Qing, 17th century. Originaly this cabinet was finished in a black lacquer of which only traces have survived. These traces however are of a type of lacquer that support an early date. Other considerations are in the shape of the mouldings, the use of an extra stretcher on the sides and the top protruding to both front as sides. The proportions and constructive choices made show a gen ...click for details


Table frontal - 19th century, excellent condition.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 1098656 (stock# 2011/I/44)

Table frontal - 19th century, excellent condition.
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On hold 

A large table frontal with five toed dragons and roundels on a night blue ground. Keyfret border and gauze backing. Dim.: 157x62cm. Excellent condition! The bullion thread has all it's gold remaining and is firmly attached to the background. It's composed of three pieces with a vertical joint after the second and the fourth dragon.


A two-door cabinet- late Ming or early Qing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1098649 (stock# 2011/I/43)

A two-door cabinet- late Ming or early Qing
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Mikael Jaspers
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3.750 euro 

Two-door cabinet, Shanxi province, late Ming / early Qing 17th century. Constructed from various softwoods, predominantly (red) pine. Itís compact proportions, the cap extending to three sides and the order of panels and stretchers put this cabinet firmly in the Ming tradition. It isnít said though that this dates the cabinet automatically pre-1644; the change of style from Ming to Qing didnít happen overnight. The old Ming style echoed on through the second half of the 17th century and made pl ...click for details


A good Pingyao cabinet- ca. 1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1800   item# 1097439 (stock# 2011/H/42)

A good Pingyao cabinet- ca. 1750
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SOLD 

Two-door cabinet, Shanxi province, Pingyao-style, mid 18th century. The front is decorated with paintings in gold against a red lacquered background. In addition darker colours are used to create an illusion of depth. The single panels on the sides are finished with a black lacquer. The left side panel is furthermore decorated with a painted medaillon which is an indication that this cabinet was once the left placed piece of a pair. The complete inside is finished as well with a black lacquer. T ...click for details


A black lacquer cabinet- late Ming or early Qing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1700   item# 1097134 (stock# 2011/H/40)

A black lacquer cabinet- late Ming or early Qing
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Mikael Jaspers
+31-512-461818


6.250 euro 

Two-door cabinet, Shanxi province, late Ming / early Qing 17th century. The hinges are old but replaced. All other hardware is original. Thick black laquer over fabric lining on the front. The original paintings of figures in landscapes on the doorís panels, the golden ornaments on itís frames and the garlands of grapevines on the cabinetís carcas have been recovered from under thick layers of sooth. The lacquer on the sides is cracked but thick and strong. The two shelf-boards appear to be orig ...click for details


A Ming period cabinet - ca. 1600

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1700   item# 1096828 (stock# 2011/H/37)

A Ming period cabinet - ca. 1600
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Mikael Jaspers
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5.500 euro 

Two-door cabinet with three drawers at the base, Shanxi province. Period in all probability late Ming, around 1600. Material: elm and/or walnut, pine and various other softwoods. All original hardware is still in place but the tiers on the doors are missing. The hinges, consisting of two halfround iron discs, are known from several documented cabinets with Wanli mark (1573-1619) in the Forbidden City and, as a type, fully disappear not long after his reign. The first state has been a bright ...click for details

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