Petite Lantern Stand

c. 1900
$1,800 USD
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W: 12.0" D: 6.0" H: 5.0"
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Sculpted from a single block of stone, this low, rectangular table stand borrows design elements from the traditional waisted kang table. Elevated by four straight legs ending in wide hoof feet, the stand is decorated only by two lines etched into the apron for a beaded effect.

In classic Chinese gardens, stone furniture such as this is treated as an architectural element, anchoring its surroundings with its density and permanence. Perhaps once used to serve tea atop a kang or to seat a lantern in a garden or courtyard, this small stone table is a great way to add hard texture to a space, indoors and out.

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