Antique Mongolian red chest featuring a painted floral/vase motif w/ carved wooden design. Inner removable shelf, two lower drawers and the top also opens (not sealed).
Beautiful late 18th/early 19th century large lacquer cabinet featuring bird/floral painting.
Spectacular mid-19th century Provincial Chinese Wedding Bed circa 1850. Rare ebony finish with intricately carved entablatures and hardened rattan. The upper perimeter of the bed is decorated with a carved open lattice pattern; the top has an open wood frame with a large trefoil design. The front opening is flanked by two panels with carved fu dogs surrounded by a floral motif. The upper overhang features six expertly carved panels with an openwork floral design, three of which are decorated with birds, which surmount an open scroll/floral motif. Overall, this bed represents a confluence of design aesthetics only found in the furniture of the most well-traveled families during this era--a mix of Manchurian, Mongolian, Japanese, Korean and even Russian influences. This bed represents the "dowry" given after the marriage of a wealthy provincial couple. All original detail, will fit standard full/double mattress. Note provincial beds often did not have mattresses unlike their imperial counterparts. Very sturdy and suitable for daily use. Measures 89.5w x 51.5d x 95"h.
Late 19th Century Chinese Shaanxi cabinet with red lacquer and gilt landscape scene. SOLD
Wonderful 19th Century Tibetan leather and wood trunk with animal paintings on the front and sides (tiger painting on each side, not visible in photo), and Tibetan symbols on the top. SOLD
Unusual painted Tibetan antique door with guardian figure and fu dog surrounded by flames. SOLD
Early 20th Century Chinese carved wood dragon throne chair.