A Huanghuali wood scholar stand was built in a very fine look.
In simple and plain form, the wood stand was preserved with enduring old patina that darken to be nearing as a Zitan piece.
Whatsoever, under close inspection, the characteristics of the rare Huanghuali wood grains and the ghost-eye-like knarl marks were obviously found.
The Huanghuali piece was structured by traditional craftsmanship of tenoned skill without using any metal nails.
Still kept in firm and sound condition, the wood stand was a sought-after piece among the Chinese wood scholar items of early periods.
Small portion of old frets were happened to one corner of the junctions.
Date: late Ming to Early Qing periods, 16th/17th century.
Width: 22.5cm, Depth: 9.5cm, Height: 8.4cm.