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.
Exquisite pair of chairs from the early Qing Dynasty between the 17th and 18th century. Notice the red lacquered circles on the back of the chairs.
20.75 inches wide, 16.25 inches deep,seat height is 19 1/2 inches high, and the back is 39 1/2 inches high.
"Yingmengui" is a type of cabinet placed at the front of the foyer to greet the guests. This piece has outstanding original lacquer painting. The age of the piece shows on the patina of the lacquer. It is dated in the early Qing dynasty between 17th and 18th century. The width is 37.4 inches, the depth 23.6 inches,and the height 37.4 inches.