Compare a very similar huanghuali recessed-leg table with comparable archaistic phoenix spandrels, but with a nanmu burl top, sold in these rooms, The Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Piccus Collection of Fine Classical Chinese Furniture, 18 September 1997, lot 15. A huanghuali example from the collection of the Beijing Timber Factory is illustrated Wang Shixiang, Classic Chinese Furniture: Ming and Early Qing Dynasties, Hong Kong, 1986, p.171, no. 112. Another huanghuali table with comparable spandrels is illustrated by G. Wu Bruce, Dreams of Chu Tan Chamber and the Romance with Huanghuali Wood: The Dr. S.Y. Yip Collection of Classical Chinese Furniture, Hong Kong, 1991, p. 70, no. 23. See, also, a jichimu example sold in these rooms, Important Chinese Furniture, Formerly the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture Collection, 19 September 1996, lot 59.