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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 unusual hardwood waisted day bed Ta, the soft mat seat enclosed by a rectangular wood frame with inset everted ends, the moulded edge above a straight waist supported on sturdy beaded cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet, and joined by a curvilinear
A Chinese hardwood day bed with canopy, the solid canopy with fretwork panels on all sides and slender supports to each corner, the base upholstered in canvas, together with the original pillow, 233 x 255 x 128 cm
Two 19th century Chinese watercolours on pith paper, finely detailed in polychrome, one with a woman upon an opium bed, her pipe being lit by an attendant and the other of a regal seated woman, an attendant to her side. Some damage. 29.5 cm x 18 cm
A Southern Chinese rosewood daybed, late Qing period, the back board shaped as a plantain leaf and decorated with relief of frogs and snails, further decoration to the bed includes traditional openwork patterns and mounted rattan mats, 180 cm length. Prove
A Chinese hardwood opium bed, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, with three shaped panels at the back and two side panels, each panel carved with various fruit, flowers and birds within recessed cartouche further carvings on the shaped apr
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