Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Furniture : Pre 1910 item #1288308 (stock #4A99E)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$5,750.00
Pair beautiful rare findings of Korean Scholar Chests "Mungap" with Burl wood inlaid doors and drawers and white Brass "Baektong" lock plates and square handles, 18" high, 32" wide, 13 3/4" deep, three(3) burl wood front drawers above the four(4) removable burl wood frameed panel doors supported by small feet, continue to vertical frame, wrapped with the white brass around the corners, and top shows the dovetail method. All the panel doors are removable through the one door-second from the right-slide and pull through and pushed to the left side one by one to close all four(4) doors, no one can open the doors unless know how to open the whole chest. Only one(1) door-second from right- has the key hole which can be open. The way to open the key hole-only one- is to push the white brass round center of the flower to upward, but none of others open except one(1) door-second from right. Inside the four(4) panel doors, there are four(4) small drawers under the top with small white brass tear drop shape handles. It is very important to lock the documents and papers, plus all the valuable utensils for scholar. The condition is very good, shows the normal age wears, none of the white brass hardwear is missing. This was owned by one of the collectors in DC area for long time.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1284823 (stock #4A98D)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$3,800.00
Korean dark brown Lacquer table, inlaid with Shark's skin, Shell and inlaid brass wire Phoenix and Dragon design Low Table, 13 1/2" high, 38 1/2" x 27" wide. Top of the table is inlaid design of Four(4) claw Dragon and Phoenix chasing flaming Pearl, most of Dragon is inlaid with Shark"s Skin with twisted wire and Dragon's eyes are inlaid with Mother of Pearl. Shark's skin inlaid design of money purse and antiquities on the shaped apron in various colors. There are some inlaid Chinese Characters on corners of aprons, and continued down to four(4) gracefully curved short legs. Very tight crack on wood -see photos- can be repaired or leave it alone. Some areas used gold powder on lacquer finish. Please request for more photographs. There are very minimum separation between top and side apron in couple corners.