A late 19th century Chinese wood panel has excellent sinuous pierced carving on wide bands that stretch across the top and bottom and are set within a contrasting wood frame. The plain frame in a lighter reddish hue draws the eye to the quality of carving in the darker red/brown bands. The piece has been fitted with a new mirror, which for photography purposes, has been sprayed with a temporary non-reflective film. Originally part of a multi-panel screen, this Qing carving is in very good condition. The added mirror is backed with wood and, to simplify cleaning, is attached to the panel with four screws so the carving can be removed from the mirror surface. Dimensions: height 27 ½” (70 cm), width 18 ½” (47 cm), depth 1 ¼’ (3 cm).