Half-round table with inverted ruyi shape carving on the front apron. A rich color of red and dark brown and made of elm wood.
Emperor Qianglong Period, c.1737-1795
Measurements: 41 inches wide, 23 inches deep and 34 1/2 inches high.
Once used as meditation benches, these are now great as coffee tables or side tables. Made of cypress wood in Northern China and in excellent condition. "Four-side-flat" feature makes the pair look very modern as well. The tops are single planks. The pair dates back to Mid-Qing Dynasty between 18th and 19th century.
The width of each is 24.4 inches,24.4 inches in depth and 20 inches in height.
Made of Nanmu and Jumu, this pair of cabinets has exquiste carvings on three sides. The pair also has original hardware. The cabinets are dating back to Emperor Qianlong Period, c.1736-1795, 19 5/8"(w) x 11"(d) x 32 1/4"(h)
Beautifully painted trunk deep enough for a lot of storage space and high enough for a side table or coffee table. Made in the 19th century during the Qing Dynasty.
39 inches wide on top, 40 1/2 inches wide at bottom, 27 inches deep and 28 inches high.
Graceful, understated design could work well in many settings. Made of Northern Elm from the Heibei Province, Mid Qing Dynasty 18th to 19th century. Measures 22 3/8" wide, 17" deep, and 44 3/4" high with a seat heighth of 19 3/4".