Seven unique personalites with wonderful detailing and most of original lacquer remaining. 11-13" high and made of wood. Originating from the Hunan province during the Mid- Qing dynasty, (19-20th century).
The stunning color and well preserved painting detail add value and uniqueness to this beautiful cabinet. Lacquer on Northern Elm with dimensions of 35 1/2" wide x 18 1/2" deep x 53" high. Originating from the Shanxi province, 18-19th century, (Qing Dynasty).
This is an original set of four panel doors made of poplar wood. The pegs of the doors are still intact. They can be used separated or together. Built during the Mid Qing Dynasty between the 18th and 19th century. The carvings on the doors are exquisite with symbolism of good fortune. 81.9 inches in total width, each door is about 3 1/2 inches in depth and 79.9 inches high without the top and bottom knobs. 84 inches high with knobs.
Beautiful antique table with three drawers for storage. Made on Jumu wood with dimensions of 62 1/4" wide x 24 5/8" deep x 34 3/8" tall, and originating from the Shanxi province during the Ming Dynasty (16-17th century).
Function and unique style meet in this beautiful small table. Dimensions of 33 1/2" wide x 13" deep x 20 1/2" tall. Made of Jumu wood, and originating from the Shanxi province during the early Qing dynasty (19th century). Features one small drawer for storage.