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Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool
Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool

Late Qing Dynasty Period Red Lacquer Carved Side Table or Stool

$1,250

Dimensions W: 16.0"  |  D: 16.0"  |  H: 19.0"
Age Antique
Origin china
Model YN7623
Description

A Chinese late Qing Dynasty period small side table or stool from circa 1900 with reddish brown lacquer, waisted apron, carved frieze and horse hoof feet. A charming showcase of late Qing Dynasty craftsmanship, this petite Chinese side table or stool, circa 1900, harmoniously blends function with artistry. Cloaked in a rich reddish-brown lacquer, the table exudes a warm, inviting ambiance that seamlessly fits into any decor style.


The piece showcases a waisted apron, a design feature often found in traditional Chinese furniture. This complements the elaborately carved frieze below, which becomes a striking focal point. A tableau of a central flower, enveloped by delicate scrolls, connects the straight legs' upper sections on all sides, encapsulating Chinese symbolism and narratives in their detailed carvings.


The table's sturdy support is guaranteed by the four straight legs, ending with horse hoof feet, a significant element of Asian design. The addition of low side stretchers augments structural solidity while enhancing visual appeal.


This Qing Dynasty period stool or side table, with its intricate carvings and beautiful lacquer finish, serves as a timeless treasure, adding an oriental touch to any space.