Cracked Ice Lattice Table

c. 1900
$1,980 USD SOLD
W: 11.0" D: 15.5" H: 29.0"
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This simple 19th-century display table from China's Zhejiang province features a petite drawer and a sophisticated cracked ice pattern lattice shelf. Cracked ice lattice, or "binglei," was a popular 17th-century Chinese decorative motif admired for its asymmetry. The lattice is brilliantly joined together piece by piece, executed with puzzle-like precision. The petite table was left otherwise unadorned, highlighting the beautiful grain and color of its beechwood construction.

Additional Dimensions:
Drawer: 7"W x 10.25"D x 2"H
Apron to Lattice: 20.5"

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