Chinese blackwood twin pedestal desk, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, sometimes called a doctor's desk, the top with three drawers is removable, each of the columns with two smaller drawers and an open lower lattice shelf. Provenance: Sydney private collection
A Chinese watercolour and gouache on paper, probably Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the figural narrative scene depicting a Regal figure with attendants watching a game of archery, a scholar at his desk beside a pavilion to one side, in a muted palette with s
A Chinese twin pedestal desk in three parts, qing Dynasty (late 19th century), in rosewood and with good patina, the desk raised on pedestals with two drawers, squared legs supported by undertier stretchers in a lattice arrangement. Height 85.5 length 153.
A Chinese huanghuali scholar's desk, 20th century, the straight top containing three drawers above a pair of pedestals each containing two drawers rose on straight legs joined by open lattice shelves. 176 cm long 74 cm wide 88 cm high
Lady's table desk with an elongated rectangular mirror, a small cabinet, a single full width drawer, a hinged slope, retractable lopers, internal compartments and small drawers and inlaid and applied Chinese decorations to each surface
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