A square dining table from the late Qing dynasty.
- Carved elm table with original oxblood lacquer finish.
- The floating panel top above the two drawers is held by round corner posts that gracefully transform into square feet as they meet the ground.
- Found at the center of social activity, square tables like this one were used on a daily basis for dining, serving tea or playing games.
Areas of expected wear commensurate with age and use.
Height: 33 inches / 83.82 cm
Width: 36.25 inches / 92.08 cm
Depth: 36.25 inches / 92.08 cm
Asian Decorative Arts