Cabriole Leg Rosewood Incense Stand

c. 1900
$1,880 USD
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H: 8.0" Dia: 8.5"
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This petite display table dates to the late 19th century was originally used to elevate incense burners or decorative objects. Hand-carved of fine huali rosewood, the pedestal has a round, waisted top and five cabriole legs resting on a circular base stretcher. The apron is densely carved with floral scrollwork that flows onto the top of each curving leg. A lovely example of a traditional form, this round display stand remains a fantastic way to elevate a potted plant or prized ceramic.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

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