Pair of Black Lacquer Noodle Cabinets

c. 1800
$16,800 USD
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W: 45.25" D: 24.0" H: 80.0"
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Created in China's Shanxi province, these striking, early 19th-century cabinets take their name from their elegant, rounded wood frames. Austere in their simplicity, the cabinets honor Ming furniture design with clean lines and even finishes, punctuated only by the original brass hardware. The pair was crafted of nanmu, a durable evergreen often praised in Ming literati writings as a superior timber. Elegant and arrestingly modern, these timeless cabinets work wonderfully in traditional and contemporary rooms as armoires with ample storage.

Additional Dimensions:
Top Shelf: 41.5"W x 18.5"D x 23.75"H
Middle Shelf: 41.5"W x 18.75"D x 24"H
Bottom Shelf: 41.5"W x 18.75"D x 15.5"H

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