A HUANGHUALI HORSESHOE-BACK ARMCHAIR, QUANYI QING DYNASTY, 17TH/18TH CENTURY | 清十七/十八世紀 黃花梨圈椅
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CLASSICAL CHINESE FURNITURE FROM A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTION
A HUANGHUALI HORSESHOE-BACK ARMCHAIR, QUANYI
QING DYNASTY, 17TH/18TH CENTURY
with a curving toprail sloping down to arms supported on serpentine side posts and terminating in a curved hook beyond corner posts set with shaped spandrels, the backsplat carved with a ruyi-shaped panel enclosing dragons, the back corner posts continuing below the rectangular frame, to back legs joined by stretchers, the front legs with a cusped arching apron, with mat seat
99 by 66 by 68 cm, 39 by 26 by 26⅞ in.
There is a split to the top rail, the soft seat has been replaced by a hard mat seat, the trimming strips have been replaced, the front and side aprons have been replaced. Light overall wear and scattered stains to the surface.
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Purchased from Hei Hung-Lu, Hong Kong, late 1980s/early 1990s.