A pair of Chinese demilune tables from the end of the Qing dynasty. This Chinese 19th century pair of antique demilune tables was made with elmwood during the latter stages of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912).
These tables display on their top a visible wood grain enhanced by a bright brown lacquer. Each table stands on a three-legs base reinforced by two sets of triangular stretchers. These tables create a complete top when put together, or of course they can be separated and set against a wall. The refinement of these tables is a great example of the Qing Dynasty wood art.
This Chinese 19th century pair of antique Qing elmwood demilune tables would be an elegant item in a living room, perhaps on either side of a full length mirror, displaying various decorative items. Put together, the tables are 51" of diameter.
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