A Chinese Qing Dynasty natural elmwood altar cabinet from the 19th century, with carved spandrels and everted flanges. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty period, this natural elm cabinet features a rectangular top flanked with everted flanges, sitting above two drawers followed by two doors. Fitted with traditional hardware, this facade is flanked with carved spandrels showcasing dragons, scrolling clouds and foliage.
The ensemble is raised on four straight legs connected to one another through a carved apron in the front. With its elegant lines and skillfully carved decor, this 19th century Chinese Qing Dynasty altar cabinet will bring an undeniable touch of elegance to any living room or foyer.
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