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19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors
19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors 19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors

19th Century Qing Dynasty Elmwood Panel with Fretwork and Three Inset Mirrors

$2,800

Dimensions W: 74"  |  D: 2.5"  |  H: 23.5"
Age Antique
Origin china
Model YN2320
Description

A Chinese Qing Dynasty period three-panel horizontal elmwood mirror from the 19th century, with fretwork and fan shaped motifs. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty, this 19th century elmwood panel is adorned with fretwork motifs surrounding a circular inset mirror flanked with two fan shaped ones, reminding us of the Chinese court fan tradition.

 

The panel can be hung thanks to its two decorative hardware buckles showcasing a three circles pattern. With its clean horizontal lines and perfectly organized décor, this 19th century Qing Dynasty elm mirrored panel will enliven any home beautifully, perhaps hung above a sofa, console table or enfilade.