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15th/16th Century; elm; Shanxi This chest and a sort of altar table was made to transport a big Buddha figure
18th Century (Qing period); wood and bamboo construction, metal details. This kind of horse-drawn carriage is a mode of transport
  Late 1800s, pine, Inner Mongolia. 27” h. 41” w. 25¾” d. This trunk is made with wooden nails and
Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, original hardware; Shanxi.  Gilded auspicious paintings; all-original; excellent condition. 39" W, 20" D, 51.75" H This
  Mid 17th C, Shanxi, original lacquer and hardware, doors with "Hundred Antiquities" painting, "taohuan" panels at base; marble slab
18th Century; Elm and speckled bamboo; Shanxi                          
  Mid-1900s.  Found in China after Japanese Occupation; pine; original metal fixtures inside and out; "Ice Box" manufacturer's name-plate in
Late 1800s, cypress, Anhui. Both sides decorated so can stand beautifully in middle of room; drawers have original lock-plates 59.5"
Reproduction, Beijing.  Made with centuries-old Northern Elm by Chinese craftsmen adapt in traditional method of construction; solidly built, ornamented by
18th C, Cypress, Fujian.  Original lacquer and brass lock-plate; gilded relief carvings with symbolic significance.  48.25" L, 23.25" W, 35.5"
18th/19th C, elm; Shanxi province. Traditional construction; original drawer pull; natural tree lacquer over core wood.  40" w, 16" d,
18th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi. Traditional design and construction; 'taohuan' side panel between legs; top shows patina of old age.
16th/17th C, Sophora (Huai), Shanxi.  Shallow everted ends on top and round legs show Ming classical style, 31” h. 55”
18th C, walnut, Shanxi. 32½” h. 16¼” w. 14½” d. The pair is finely crafted in a waisted style with
19th C, elm, found in Beijing.  28" w, 17.5" d, 15.5" h. This low table is an unique opium gadgets
18th Century; Sophora (Huai) and elm wood; Shanxi.  Original ironwork, double locking mechanism, supporting base from centuries old wood.  53"
Early/mid-Qing, nanmu body, elm top, Shanxi.  Fine workmanship, quality material, original rich coloring; excellent condition. 33½” h. 39½” w. 21¼”
  16th Century, Elm, Shanxi. Thick dark lacquer mixed with fibers and "inverted sword leg" style characterize its Ming origin:
  16th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Important as table for holding Buddha figure in ancestral worship; rare as coffers disappeared after
17th C, walnut, Shanxi. Pair shows classical simple and elegant Ming style. Walnut high price wood in China through ages.
18th C, Camphor, Fujian.  Height makes it likely used as valued altar table; antique lacquered and carved half-round tables rare.
Ca. 1850, elm, bamboo, Shanxi.  Rare because bamboo pieces often too fragile to survive the ravage of time.  Good condition. 
18th c, elm, Shanxi.  Famous theme with gilding; shelf with two drawers inside; original hardware, good condition. 42” L, 58”
18th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Technique of 'Miaojin' and 'pi ma gua' shows antiquity; patina adds interest to modern décor.
19th C, Pine, Sichuan.  Full-figure lama image on furniture is rare, as is antique furniture from this region. 61” W
19th c, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  32"w, 14" d, 19.5" h. This pair of benches show a classically graceful profile not
Late Ming/Early18th C; walnut; Gansu.  Simple line and no adornment makes this bench fit easily into contemporary settings. 62¼” w.
Late 1800s, elm, Shanxi Province.  Classical in its simplicity of design; easy to fit in at a dining table or
17th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  This "Grand Tudor Chair" has a wide seat; worn footrest testifies to antiquity. 39” h.
19th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Chair constructed and decorated like fine adult version; shallow storage compartment under seat for toys.  
  18th C, Elm.  Chair distinguished by rectangular spiral pattern ('guaizhi'), wide seat, auspicious carvings meant for officials; excellent condition.
19th C, Elm, Shaanxi.  Unique design influenced by Spanish Moors; so beautifully styled and carved deemed more suitable for temples
17th Century (late Ming), original lacquer over core wood, original hardware, Shanxi 35¾” h. 30¾” h. 17½” d. The pair
Mid Qing Dynasty, Elm, Shanxi.  Simple style with beautiful original hardware; simplicity makes it timeless and easy to fit in
Attribute to 16th/17th c, deep carved stone, Northern China. See Detail This pair of stone bases supporting wood columns of
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. 
Early 18th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Thick lacquer crackled with age; faded gilt paintings and auspicious carvings show its original value.

Cabinets

Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, original hardware; Shanxi.  Gilded auspicious paintings; all-original; excellent condition. 39" W, 20" D, 51.75" H This
18th c, elm, Shanxi.  Famous theme with gilding; shelf with two drawers inside; original hardware, good condition. 42” L, 58”
17th Century (late Ming), original lacquer over core wood, original hardware, Shanxi 35¾” h. 30¾” h. 17½” d. The pair
Mid Qing Dynasty, Elm, Shanxi.  Simple style with beautiful original hardware; simplicity makes it timeless and easy to fit in
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. 
Early 18th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Thick lacquer crackled with age; faded gilt paintings and auspicious carvings show its original value.

Chairs

19th c, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  32"w, 14" d, 19.5" h. This pair of benches show a classically graceful profile not
Late 1800s, elm, Shanxi Province.  Classical in its simplicity of design; easy to fit in at a dining table or
17th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  This "Grand Tudor Chair" has a wide seat; worn footrest testifies to antiquity. 39” h.
19th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Chair constructed and decorated like fine adult version; shallow storage compartment under seat for toys.  
  18th C, Elm.  Chair distinguished by rectangular spiral pattern ('guaizhi'), wide seat, auspicious carvings meant for officials; excellent condition.

Chests

15th/16th Century; elm; Shanxi This chest and a sort of altar table was made to transport a big Buddha figure
  Late 1800s, pine, Inner Mongolia. 27” h. 41” w. 25¾” d. This trunk is made with wooden nails and
  Mid 17th C, Shanxi, original lacquer and hardware, doors with "Hundred Antiquities" painting, "taohuan" panels at base; marble slab
18th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Technique of 'Miaojin' and 'pi ma gua' shows antiquity; patina adds interest to modern décor.
19th C, Pine, Sichuan.  Full-figure lama image on furniture is rare, as is antique furniture from this region. 61” W

Tables

18th Century; Elm and speckled bamboo; Shanxi                          
Late 1800s, cypress, Anhui. Both sides decorated so can stand beautifully in middle of room; drawers have original lock-plates 59.5"
Reproduction, Beijing.  Made with centuries-old Northern Elm by Chinese craftsmen adapt in traditional method of construction; solidly built, ornamented by
18th C, Cypress, Fujian.  Original lacquer and brass lock-plate; gilded relief carvings with symbolic significance.  48.25" L, 23.25" W, 35.5"
18th/19th C, elm; Shanxi province. Traditional construction; original drawer pull; natural tree lacquer over core wood.  40" w, 16" d,
18th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi. Traditional design and construction; 'taohuan' side panel between legs; top shows patina of old age.
16th/17th C, Sophora (Huai), Shanxi.  Shallow everted ends on top and round legs show Ming classical style, 31” h. 55”
18th C, walnut, Shanxi. 32½” h. 16¼” w. 14½” d. The pair is finely crafted in a waisted style with
19th C, elm, found in Beijing.  28" w, 17.5" d, 15.5" h. This low table is an unique opium gadgets
18th Century; Sophora (Huai) and elm wood; Shanxi.  Original ironwork, double locking mechanism, supporting base from centuries old wood.  53"
Early/mid-Qing, nanmu body, elm top, Shanxi.  Fine workmanship, quality material, original rich coloring; excellent condition. 33½” h. 39½” w. 21¼”
  16th Century, Elm, Shanxi. Thick dark lacquer mixed with fibers and "inverted sword leg" style characterize its Ming origin:
  16th C, Elm, Shanxi.  Important as table for holding Buddha figure in ancestral worship; rare as coffers disappeared after
17th C, walnut, Shanxi. Pair shows classical simple and elegant Ming style. Walnut high price wood in China through ages.
18th C, Camphor, Fujian.  Height makes it likely used as valued altar table; antique lacquered and carved half-round tables rare.
Ca. 1850, elm, bamboo, Shanxi.  Rare because bamboo pieces often too fragile to survive the ravage of time.  Good condition. 

Miscellaneous

18th Century (Qing period); wood and bamboo construction, metal details. This kind of horse-drawn carriage is a mode of transport
  Mid-1900s.  Found in China after Japanese Occupation; pine; original metal fixtures inside and out; "Ice Box" manufacturer's name-plate in
Late Ming/Early18th C; walnut; Gansu.  Simple line and no adornment makes this bench fit easily into contemporary settings. 62¼” w.
19th C, Elm, Shaanxi.  Unique design influenced by Spanish Moors; so beautifully styled and carved deemed more suitable for temples
Attribute to 16th/17th c, deep carved stone, Northern China. See Detail This pair of stone bases supporting wood columns of