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.
: Elegant, sleek lines in the traditional Chinese Ming style. Standing at 32 1/4 inches, made of Jumu wood gives this piece a soft, calm feeling. Depth is 16 1/2 inches and length is 32 3/4. A perfect piece for showing off your family photos, objects d’arte, or simply a warm accent to an entry way.
The fine gold detailing adds to the classical beauty of this cabinet. Landscapes are a much celebrated Chinese motif stemming from their appreciation of nature. Mid-Qing Dynasty,(18-19th century, made of pinewood,30" x 17 1/2" x 33".