Delicate detailing of painted landscape adds to the old world appeal of this Middle Kingdom relic. Ming Dynasty, late 16th to early 17th century. From the Shanxi Province made of Northern Elm. The dimensions are 35 3/8" wide, 19 5/8" deep, and 65 1/2" high.
Pair of tables with clean lines that can work in almost any setting and be used in many ways. From the Shanxi Province and made of Tieli wood circa 18th to 19th century. Each table measures 20 3/4" wide, 16 1/2" deep, and 34 1/2" high.
The character translation is "Gong Yuan", a title given to the champion of a nationwide literary contest held during the Qing Dynasty by the Emperor Jianqing, (c. 1802). Made of fir wood with dimensions of 82 x 2 x 31 1/2. Unique piece, and in excellent condition.
Charming and whimsical this cabinet combines artistic and artisan skill, capturing two of China's most prized decorative arts. The lacquer is in great shape and the fanciful scene is puncuated by eye catching gold detailing that draws your attention immediately.
This lovely little table has one drawer and a secret hidden compartment and would make a great end table or nightstand. Made of Northern Elm from Shanxi Province, circa 19th century. Measures 21 3/4" wide, 19" deep, and 32" high.
A versatile piece of furniture with gorgeous hardware and warm patina. From the Henan Province, mid Qing period, 18th to 19th century. Made of Northern Elm with dimensions of 54 3/4" wide, 23" deep, and 32 3/4" high.