20 September 2002
A HUANGHUALI INKSTONE BOX AND COVER, MOSHIHE
Late 16th/early 17th century
Of sleek, rectangular design, the sides of the cover edged with flat wide beading where it meets the base and rounded corners of the box, set on low flush corner feet, traces of ink remaining in the interior
3in. (8cm.) high, 14in. (35.3cm.) wide, 9in. (22.6cm.) deep
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Grace Wu Bruce, Chan Chair and Qin Bench: The Dr. S Y Yip Collection of Classic Chinese Furniture II, Hong Kong, 1998, pp. 172-173, cat. 58.
Denver Art Museum, 1996-1999.
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