Our gallery guarantees that each piece of antique furniture has been carefully selected by our gallery owner who has spent over twenty years traveling the world and buying only from experts with vast knowledge in Asian antiques.


Korean antique furniture is characterized by restraint and austere simplicity of line and proportion. Their most notable form of furniture are chests. See All Korean Antique Furniture…

  Circa 1860, Yi Dynasty; paulownia wood, mother-of-pearl inlaid.  30.5" L, 14.75" W, 18.25" H This document box was found
1860; paulownia wood, oiled rice paper; Kang Won Do province.  Certified. This stacked chest is made of paulownia wood covered
  Ca. 1870, chestnut wood with iron fittings, Pyongyang City. 24¼” h. 30” w. 15¼” d. Made in what is


Dragons, phoenixes, and a variety of floral and geometric designs are common elements in Tibetan furniture. Front panels may depict scenes from everyday life, mythical stories, landscapes, or deities. See All Tibetan Antique Furniture…

17th/18th c; pine, mineral pigments.  Rare as not many "torgams" survived.  Auspicious painted decoration.  21½” h. 10¼” w. 14½” d.
17th/18th century, pine or cypress, mineral colors, gilding.  Important as not many "tepchog" survived  Small folding tables (Tepchog) were perhaps
17th/18th c, pine, natural mineral colors.  Size: 67.5" w x 16" d x 5.5" h Tibetan low tables and chests


Chinese craftsmen were masters of layering different colors to produce a desired tone and depth in the final finish. Worn colors, bare woods, and mottled appearances make Chinese antiques exciting. See All Chinese Antique Furniture…

18th Century; Elm and speckled bamboo; Shanxi                           
17th C, walnut, Shanxi. Pair shows classical simple and elegant Ming style. Walnut high price wood in China through ages.
Mid-18th c, walnut, original iron fittings, Shanxi.  30"w, 16.5" d, 80.5" h. This pair of cabinets show the four-sides-square design.