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Two Chinese Qing Dynasty Carved Hardwood Panels Bat Deer Shou Gourd

Two Chinese Qing Dynasty Carved Hardwood Panels Bat Deer Shou Gourd


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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Wood: Pre 1900: Item # 1485666
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Two Chinese Qing dynasty hardwood carved panels with tabs at the top and bottom indicating they likely were originally inset into a larger piece of furniture. Each panel features a bat above a central double-happiness symbol flanked on both sides by ruyi forms. Gourds hang from vines. The slightly smaller panel includes a deer at the center bottom. The backs are flat. The smaller panel is mounted for hanging. They measure about 15 1/4" high (including tabs) x 10 3/4” wide and 14 1/2” high (including tabs) x 11” wide, and about 1 1/8” deep. Circa 1900. Very good overall condition with minor wear. The smaller panel is slightly warped. From the estate of Gerhard Lohmeier, a Diplomat at the German Embassy in Beijing from 1985 to 1989.