A VERY RARE HUANGHUALI TRESTLE-LEG TABLE
A VERY RARE HUANGHUALI TRESTLE-LEG TABLE
A VERY RARE HUANGHUALI TRESTLE-LEG TABLE
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A VERY RARE HUANGHUALI TRESTLE-LEG TABLE

18TH CENTURY

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A VERY RARE HUANGHUALI TRESTLE-LEG TABLE
18TH CENTURY
The single-panel top is set in a molded, rectangular frame fitted with everted ends, above the plain, beaded apron and spandrels finely carved with chilong. The molded legs are joined by an openwork panel carved with lingzhi stems and supported on shoe-feet.
36 in. (91.5 cm.) high, 65 ½ in. (166.5 cm.) wide, 17 ¼ in. (44.5 cm.) deep
Provenance
The Collection of Dr. Frank E. (1897-1971) and Lillian (1907-1986) Whitacre, acquired between 1938-1939, and thence by descent within the family.
Special notice
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