Chinese Late Qing Dynasty Fretwork Panel with Phoenix, Bats and Geometric Maze
DimensionsW: 35.5" | D: 1.5" | H: 43.5"
A Chinese late Qing Dynasty period elmwood panel circa 1900 with carved phoenix in central medallion, surrounded by flowers, bats and scrolling foliage. Experience the allure of Chinese artistry with this late Qing Dynasty period elmwood panel, circa 1900. Masterfully carved, this panel is a striking composition of symbolic motifs and intricate detailing, making it a captivating addition to any interior space.
The central feature of the panel is a magnificent phoenix, an auspicious legendary bird in China known for its symbolic representation of high virtue, grace, and prosperity. Nestled within a medallion, the phoenix is surrounded by an enchanting array of flowers and scrolling foliage, meticulously carved to convey an innate sense of movement and life.
Adding to the panel's visual interest are bat motifs on the exterior, a symbol of good fortune and happiness in Chinese culture, and a geometric maze of round fretwork, a testament to the artisan's skill and attention to detail. The lower section showcases two additional carved panels, further enhancing its artistic appeal.
The panel is equipped with two hinges at the top, allowing for easy and secure wall mounting. Its rich patina and timeless design make this elmwood panel a standout piece for those seeking to bring a touch of historic elegance to their décor.
Whether you're an aficionado of Qing Dynasty artwork or appreciate the depth and beauty of Chinese culture, this elmwood Ppanel serves as a striking testament to the richness of Chinese art and history.
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