A pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty period yoke-back chairs from the 19th century, made from natural wood with carved splats. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty, each of this pair of armchairs features a tall back, topped with a curving rail.
The central section presents a concave-shaped pierced splat, carved with a dragon motifs. The rectangular seat with woven rattan inset, flanked with sinuous arms, is resting on four straight legs connected to one another through plain side stretchers and a delicately carved apron.
The perfect contrast of shapes of the upper section, opposing the splat's concave silhouette to the convex lines of the lateral supports, combined with the carved décor, will make this pair of 19th century Qing Dynasty armchairs a perfect decorative addition to any home, whether placed in a bedroom, living room or foyer.
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