Naoto Fukasawa (Japanese, b. 1956), S130 Chair, designed 2010, manufactured by Thonet GmbH, Frankenberg Germany, solid wood frame with moulded plywood seat and back, height 84 cm width 49 cm depth 56 cm. Provenance: Purchased from Anibou
A pair of Chinese blackwood armchairs, Shanghai, Art Deco, circa 1930 Republic period, inlaid with variegated Dali marble roundel within a beaded frame on the back rest, flanked by square open sections and hardwood seat, square splayed legs at the rear, th
A Japanese Art Nouveau hardwood 'Poppy' chair, Meiji period, late 19th century, the chair with a trefid shaped solid back carved with sinuous papaver somniferum flowers and seed heads to a shaped seat with a shaped apron and cabriole legs with relief carve
A Japanese Art Nouveau hardwood 'Iris' chair, Meiji period, late 19th century, the chair having a shaped back dramatically pierced and carved with iris blooms and sweeping foliage, with a relief carved splat of conforming design to a decorative painted lac
A Chinese reception elbow chair, Republic period the chair with high back, profusely pierced and carved with dragon-and-cloud decoration on the back, the arms, and the front legs, 91.4 cm (H) x 61 cm (W) x 48 cm (D)
A Japanese export carved desk or dressing table and matching chair, early 20th century, the crescent-shaped table with an asymmetrical gallery of stepped shelves between a small cupboard and a drawer, a frieze drawer below, on cabriole legs, the whole rich
A Japanese negoro lacquer folding monks chair Edo period, with leather seat and bronze fittings, inscribed on the back, sakiyama Kouemon or Sakiemon (maker), Sensaimura village, Bukkosan or Bukkoyama mountain, Rinshoji or Rinshodera temple and the name of
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