Chinese Qing Dynasty Lamp Hanger Chair with Carved Splat and Two Toned Finish
A Chinese Qing Dynasty period lamp hanger chair from the early 20th century, with hand-carved medallion on the back splat, two-toned finish and side stretchers. Created in China during the later part of the Qing dynasty period in the early 20th century, this scholar's lamp-hanger chair features an elegant tall back, topped with a curving rail. The central section presents a concave-shaped pierced splat, adorned with a hand-carved medallion with scrolling motif. The seat presents a two-toned finish, while the chair is raised on four straight legs connected to one another through a carved apron in the front.
The perfect contrast of shapes of the upper section, opposing the concave silhouette of the splat and the convex lines of the lateral supports, combined with the elegant decor, will make this Qing Dynasty wooden Chinese scholar's lamp-hanger side chair a perfect decorative accent for any home, perhaps placed in an office, bedroom or living room.