An antique Chinese table made of Jumu (Southern Chinese Elm). The apron and spandrels have detailed scrolling work. Constructed using through mortise and tenon as well as dovetail joinery. Solid construction and beautiful patina.
Age: Qing (19th Century)
Dimensions: 68 7/8" Wide by 34 3/8" High by 21 1/4" Deep
An antique Chinese display cabinet made entirely of Mahogany wood. Original bronze hardware. One section with two sets of sliding doors each with 4 display panes separated by shelves. Wonderful cabinet for displaying ones special collection.
Age: Republic Period (1900-1910)
Dimensions: 51 1/2" Wide by 73 5/8" High by 15 1/2" Deep
Antique Chinese pair of carved wood display cabinets. Each cabinet has three large areas for display open from the front and sides and framed in elegantly carved scrolling leaf boarders. The lower sections have a pair of side-by-side drawers over a compartment opened by a pair of doors. The cabinets are lacquered their original deep reddish color and metal hardware includes round lock plates with matching hinges.
Antique Chinese miniature scroll table made of mixed hardwood. Carved apron with pierced scrolling motif and chimera heads. The top is made with three solid sections of burl hardwood. Beautifully carved and finished.
Age: Republic Period (1912-1949)
Dimensions: 5 3/4" high x 10 1/8" wide x 4 1/2" deep
A fine example of a low rectangular Huanghuali low table. Original finish is great condition. Figurative grain, texture, color, odor testing confirms the low table is 100% Huanghuali hardwood.
The common characteristics of these woods are hardness, corrosion-resistant, having distinct textures, and furniture made of them is beautiful and durable. These raw materials are now rare and expensive