Painted black lacquered trunk made of Northern Elm from the Shanxi Province. Mid Qing Dynasty circa 18th century. The beautiful painting on the front depicts a village scene. All paint is in very good condition considering the age of the piece. Measures 34 3/4" wide, 21 1/8" deep, and 15 3/4" tall.
These chairs are made of teak and fine leather. Great style and very comfortable to sit in. The pair was made in the 20th century. A touch of class is added to any room these are used in. The width is 24 inches, depth is 19 inches, height of seat is 14 1/2 inches, and height of back is 30 inches.
Beautiful antique screen has unusual shape, and would function well as wall decor. Made of fir wood and originating from the Yunnan province, (18-19th Century Qing Dynasty). Dimensions of 33 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 33.
This elegant cabinet is a classical example of Chinese furniture. The lock plate is designed with eight ruyi shape clouds which is a Ming style. Circa 16th to 17th century, from the Shanxi Province. Dimensions are 36" wide, 19 1/2" deep, and 70" tall.
Pair of cabinets with two drawers and handcarved doors, each with a unique motif of flora and fauna. Late Qing period, 19th century from the Fujian province. Each measures 37 1/4" wide, 17 1/4 deep, and 37" high.
The original red and black lacquer work adds prestige to these comfortable and elegant chairs. Made of locust wood from Shanxi Province circa 18th to 19th century. Each chair is 21 3/4" wide, 21" deep, and 35" high, with seat height of 21".