A pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty hand-carved wooden temple corbels from the 18th or 19th century with deer and their young. Originally part of a temple wall, this pair of Chinese corbels from the Qing Dynasty (or earlier), features two deer facing one another and showcasing very dynamic postures. Surrounded by detailed foliage, their back paws still resting on a rocky formation, the deer have textured bodies and antlers.
Upon closer inspection, one will notice the baby deer looking lovingly upwards. With their skillfully carved scene and natural finish, this pair of Qing Dynasty temple corbels will be excellent decorative additions to any home!
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