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PROPERTY OF A LOS ANGELES PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A PAIR OF 'HUANGHUALI' HORSESHOE BACK ARMCHAIRS (QUANYI)
QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY
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PROPERTY OF A LOS ANGELES PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A PAIR OF 'HUANGHUALI' HORSESHOE BACK ARMCHAIRS (QUANYI)
QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY
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Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A PAIR OF 'HUANGHUALI' HORSESHOE BACK ARMCHAIRS (QUANYI)
QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY
each with curving five-segment toprail sloping down to the arms supported on serpentine side posts and terminating in an outscrolled handgrip above shaped brackets, the S-form backsplat carved with a central ruyi-shaped panel enclosing a curling chilong, the back corner posts continuing through the rectangular frame, with soft-mat seat supported underneath by a single bowed transverse stretcher, over a cusped and beaded front apron with intertwining foliate motif, the sides with plain shaped spandereled aprons with beaded outer edge, the four legs joined by ascending stretchers (2)
Height 42 in., 106.7 cm; Width 24 1/2  in., 62.2 cm; Depth 19 in., 48.3 cm
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Provenance

Honeychurch Antiques, Hong Kong, 1990s.

Important Chinese Art

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