Two matching Chinese Huanghuali chairs and matching Huanghuali Table 18th - 19th Century. Dimensions: Chairs: 38" h. X 28'w. X 24" d. each. Table: 29" h. X 20" w. X 15.5" d. Chairs have silk seat pad each.
Finely carved and constructed Chinese Zitan Wood Specimen Stand with pink marble inlay top. This antique Zitan wood, exceptionally rare (practically extinct), is the most dense and prized tropical hardwood. h. 56" w. 18" d. 16".
Outstanding artisanship and craftsmanship is demonstrated throughout every detail in this grand (over 8 feet long, over 8 feet high) elaborate rosewood canopy bed (jiazichuang). Finely inlaid with ivory and intricately carved specimen woods, this mastercrafted important piece features an entry room with curved roof, and multiple painted, inlaid and carved auspicious scenes. Circa 1700s - 1800s. Dimensions: 104" high X 87" wide X 96" deep. Small, less elaborate, less quality ji ...click for details
Carved Chinese rosewood chow table with beautiful pink marble inlay top, features concave curved marble shape and fitted rosewood, far more difficult than straight line designs. Circa 1890. h. 18" w. 17" d. 17"
An exquisitely and deeply carved Rosewood stand/table with marble top demonstrates Master craftsmanship in this guaranteed, tested, rare and valuable heavy dense medium of the finest period Chinese Rosewood. Superlative artisanship is demonstrated in the fine intricate dragon and nature motif. Circa late 1800s. Dimensions: 33” high X 33” diameter.
Large (over 9 1/2 feet long) 18th Century Chinese ebonized carved huang hua li temple long bench features dragon corners and period claw feet on pads, old master engineered through tenon joints (see photo) and remarkable strength and engineering technology to support over nine feet of clear span with only four legs on such a long bench. Circa late 1700s. Dimensions: 116.25" long X 24.5" wide X 27.5" high.
Hand pierced carved antique Chinese rosewood chow table with beautiful pink marble inlay top, features concave curved marble shape and fitted rosewood, far more difficult than straight line designs. Circa 1890. Dimensions: h. 18" X w. 17" X d. 17" .