Pair of Black Lacquer Courtyard Doors

c. 1900
$6,880 USD
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W: 45.0" D: 5.0" H: 90.0"
Northern Elmwood
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This impressive set of doors dates to the turn of the century and originated as the outermost entrance gate to a traditional courtyard home in northern China. The pair is crafted of northern elm (yumu) and finished with dark black lacquer and hand-worked iron hardware. Bands of studded iron reinforce the fronts and simple iron plates secure the door latch and round door pulls. The iron details have aged beautifully over the years, with a richly textured patina and light oxidation.

Deaccessioned from the MacLean Collection of Asian Art.

This item is available upon request only. Please inquire to schedule in-person viewing.

Additional Dimensions:
Upper Posts: 2.5"Dia x 4"H
Lower Posts: 2"Dia x 1.25"H

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