Chinese Qing Dynasty Red Lacquer Cabinet with Hand-Painted Chinoiserie Décor
DimensionsW: 43" | D: 22.5" | H: 78.5"
A Chinese Qing Dynasty period red lacquer cabinet from the 19th century, with hand-painted gilt Chinoiserie motifs. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty in the 19th century, this wooden cabinet features a linear silhouette perfectly complimented by a red lacquer ground. The façade showcases two large doors adorned with a delicate hand-painted gilt Chinoiserie décor. A landscape made of mountains surrounded by auspicious clouds, trees, architectures and people crossing bridges, sitting at home or riding a boat, decorate those doors. A discreet frieze of foliage on the outer frame surrounds the ensemble.
The doors are fitted with a large floral medallion with ornate pulls, and they open to reveal a nicely distressed interior made of two shelves and a hidden compartment. The sides are made of recessed panels with a dark reddish black lacquer while the back is made of brown planked wood. With its clean lines, red lacquer and faint but lovely hand-painted Chinoiserie décor, this Chinese Qing Dynasty period red lacquer cabinet from the 19th century will bring a touch of exotic elegance to any bedroom, living room or foyer.
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