Collector's item from the early Qing Dynasty, (18th century. Rare lacquered box engraved and painted depiciting village scene and auspicious symbols. Lacquer on wood with dimensions of 16 1/2" wide x 10 1/8 " deep x 8 1/2" tall.
These sturdy doors date from the early Qing period, 17th century, from Shanxi Province. Made of Poplar and iron, they would be great in a garden. Dimensions are 40 1/4" wide, 3 1/2" deep, and 70" high.
This pair of Qing Dynasty tea tables are perfect a perfect combination of beautiful, functional Furniture. Standing at just under 34 inches high, the tiered table design is decorated with hand-carved lattice which has an elegant gold-accent, outlining and highlighting the love and craftsmanship placed on creating Chinese furnishings.
A rare find, these pieces date from the Ming Dynasty, 16th to 17th century from the Shanxi Province. Beautifully simple design made of Nanmu wood. Both are in great condition and measure 27 3/4" wide, 1 3/4" deep, 72 1/2" high each.
Numerous bats, butterflies, and children depicted in gold paint along with numerous other plants and animals add to the sublime charm of this piece. Made of Northern Elm from the Shanxi Province, mid Qing period circa 18th to 19th century. Width of 49 1/4", 20 1/2" deep, and 69 1/2" high.