A Chinese Export black lacquer two tier occasional table with moulded and gilt scene of a lady in a rickshaw and an attendant with paper label 'Maitland-Smith Limited Cabinet & Chair Maker 5 Leroy Building 15 Cheung Shun Street Cheung Sha Wan Kowlo
A Chinese elm side table with solid plank top, on square form legs ending in carved scroll feet, Qing Dynasty 19th, the apron with stylized dragons with a large money symbol in the centre, neat proportions, height 83, length 101, diameter 34 cm
A Chinese carved white jade 'marriage' plaque, Late Qing dynasty. fitted into a later table screen,, 12 cm wide,. Provenance: Western Australia private collection, the collection assembled in the 1970s in HK and Singapore, and hence by descent
A Chinese timber chest, probably Republic period, early 20th century, the table chest of drawers with a key operated removable front, with finger jointed edges, a pair of bronze 'C' scroll carry handles, a circular key plate and cast domed decorati
A Chinese miniature altar table, Qiaotouan, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, with a single plank top & recessed, convex legs of rectangular section framing openwork panels, a shaped apron & carved cloud spandrels, height 10.5 cm, length 38 cm, width 9.5
A Chinese black lacquer & bamboo miniature altar table, Qiaotouan, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, with a single plank elm top with everted ends, traditional lattice design along the front, open at the rear, joined on round legs ending in node feet, height
A Chinese Huanghuali miniature Kang table, Kangzhuo, 19th/20th century, the single paneled top is set within a rectangular frame above a recessed waist, a beaded & shaped apron, supported on cabriole legs terminating in ruyi-form feet, height 9 cm, len
A Chinese blackwood & porcelain table screen, Qianlong seal mark, a carved frame with glazed porcelain spandrels, applied & inlaid with ceramic chrysanthemums issuing from rocks on a stepped foot, height 78 cm, width 46.5 cm
A Chinese tea or painting table, with a panel top set within a mitred frame above a waisted section and a serpentine shaped skirt, raised upon squared slightly shaped legs with horse hoof feet. Height 88 cm. Length 128 cm. Width 88 cm
A Chinese camphor wood altar table from Fujian Province. Qing Dynasty, later 19th century. The long narrow table of typical form with seven drawers to the skirt each with relief carved panels with courtly and peasant figures in garden pavilion and landscap
An antique Chinese walnut altar table. Qing Dynasty, 1685-1912. The long narrow table of typical form with everted scrolled flanges to the short ends above a stepped and channelled skirt and raised on square section legs with horse hoof feet. Height 90 cm.
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