Pair Korean hardwood chests. Stylised bamboo decoration, two short drawers above two door cupboard, brass plate and bindings to each. Provenance: Estate of Australian collector. Height 57 cm width 61 cm and Depth 44 cm (each)
Two fine Japanese Edo period (circa 1920) panels originally from a screen. One depicting symbolic ducks with other birds in flowering trees, the other with cranes, flowering trees, and birds. Hand painted on paper, each 130 x 60 cm, approx.
An Eastern travelling scholars chest, mid to late 19th century, probably Japanese or Korean, having camphorwood construction, elm and burr elm, veneer, with original iron and brass handles, drawer, locks, brass mounts, multiple fitted inner drawers and sli
A Chinese lacquer day bed, a band of seven carved gilt panels Decorating the front, a double structure including internal side and rear panels with a window ceiling beneath a solid roof supported on an external frame,on contrasting base. Height 238, Width
An antique Chinese elm horseshoe chair, Qing Dynasty, late 18th century. the horseshoe chair of typical form with a woven seat; accompanied by a copy of the original receipt and document of authenticity. Height 95 cm. Width 63 cm. Depth 61 cm
A small vintage Japanese elm Tansu, early 20th century. the tansu with a pair of sliding panelled doors next to a trio of small drawers of graduating depth above a full width drawer, with black iron swing handles and long backplates. Height 43 cm. Width 53
A fine eight leaf double-sided Chinese coromandel screen, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century. the richly carved lacquer screen depicting red crested cranes, phoenix, water fowl and others amidst auspicious peony, magnolia and bamboo in a lotus water gard
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