A vintage Chinese mahogany and Camphorwood chest, mid 20th century, the top having a glass covered high relief carved scene of warriors on horseback and others engaged in battle in a traditional landscape setting, carved scenes to the sides, with tradition
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 large square-corner 'dragon', display cabinet, Liang'ge gui, the upper display shelf framed by shaped aprons pierced with a frieze of archaistic dragons above and a balustrade below carved in relief with dragons among cloud scrolls, above a p
A huanghuali medicine chest, 19th/20th century of rectangular form, resting on a raised base with baitong corner mounts, the two front doors opening to reveal a central two door compartment above a long drawer at the base and below a central drawer, flanke
A huanghuali table top chest Guanpixiang Qing dynasty, 19th century of rectangular form with a hinged cover above a pair of framed floating panel doors attached to the cabinet with inlaid squared hinges, the interior with a shallow compartment above two pa
A Chinese elmwood lacquered four drawer chest with two sliding panels and brass fittings, late 19th/early 20th century. 78.5 high, 37 cm wide, 72.5 cm deep. Provenance: Purchased from Schoeni Fine Oriental Art, Hong Kong
A hardstone inlaid huanghuali portable chest Guanpixiang, late Qing dynasty, of square form, the flat-topped hinged cover with 'ruyi' head metal fittings lifting to reveal a shallow compartment above a pair of panelled doors flush within mitred frames open
A Chinese huanghuali table-top chest, guanpixiang, Late Qing dynasty or Republic period of rectangular form with a bail handle on each side, the hinged domed cover set with brass ruyi-head corner mounts and chain, opening to reveal a separate compartment a
An antique Chinese three drawer miniature chest. Later Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), in deep rich tonings, the peg joined jewellery or writing chest with three panelled drawers each with brass 'C' scroll swing handles and upon a plinth base. Height 32 cm. Widt
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