A pair of huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, Quanyi, Qing Dynasty, (2), each chair with five-segmented rounded crestrail set on straight back posts with beaded shaped flanges, centred with a slightly arched rectangular splat carved with a ruyi -shaped op
A pair of huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, Quanyi Qing dynasty, (2), each with a rounded crestrail composed of five joined members applied with four metal bands, and set on straight back posts centred with a plain rectangular S-form splat, supported by
A set of four Chinese elm chairs, a variant on the traditional scholar's chair with squared backs and camel hump crests, tapering reeded splats to mitred seats, a waisted section above four straight legs United by box stretchers, height 96 cm, width 48
A 19th century Chinese travelling folding double chair back folding seat, the plain turned supports with curved back supports and central splats, red lacquered highlights, folding form, the seat with old rope strapping. Note: these seats reputedly used by
A pair of Qing dynasty hardwood horseshoe back armchairs, the curved top rail with down-swept arms and out-swept hand grips are constructed of three pieces using lap joined method, more commonly the cresting is in five pieces. The rectangular S shaped spla
A pair of antique Chinese hardwood armchairs, the near square backs with ten mildly serpentine plain spindles, conforming shaped arms, woven cane inset seat, shaped frieze rails to the sides, cylindrical legs, stretcher base to each, good dark colour and p
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 Art Nouveau ebonised carved chair, circa 1900, the waisted circular back richly carved and pierced with writhing dragons, the hipped legs elaborately carved with Art Nouveau inspired iris flowers and foliage. Height 97 cm. Width 55 cm. Depth 50 c
A Chinese rosewood / Huali, reclining armchair chair with a rolled Pillow, late Qing, 19th century, a retractable stool with a shaped apron with fine beading, fitted under the seat, a low back splat with extended horseshoe shaped arms, on square corner leg
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
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