Trailing Vine Display Cabinet

c. 1850
$12,800 USD
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Dimensions
W: 35.25" D: 20.25" H: 72.25"
Materials
Cedar
Brass
Purchase Quantity
Collection #
ACC004
Estimated Shipping
$845

It's highly unusual to find a Qing-dynasty display cabinet with this level of intricacy in its hand-carved doors, rails, and side panels. Crafted in China's Hebei province in the mid-19th century, this exquisite cedar cabinet is expertly carved with lattice-like floral and trailing vine motifs and cloaked in a layer of rich dark lacquer. An ideal place to display jades, porcelain, and other esteemed scholars' objects, this cabinet likely stood as the centerpiece of a traditional scholars' studio, carefully selected as a source of beauty and creative inspiration.

Additional Dimensions:
Top Shelf: 32.25"W x 17.25"D x 18.5"H
Middle Compartment: 32.25"W x 17.25"D x 22.5"H
Bottom Shelf: 32.25"W x 17.25"D x 20"H

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