Known as sijiangui, "four-part wardrobes," or dingxiang ligui, top cupboards and upright wardrobes," these compound cabinets were generally made in pairs.
Compare a pair sold at Christie's New York, Important Chinese Furniture, Formerly the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture Collection, 19 September, 1996, lot. 30. A pair with plain aprons is illustrated by R. H. Ellsworth et. al., Chinese Furniture: One Hundred Examples from the Mimi and Raymond Hung Collection, New York, 1996, p. 188, no. 73. Compare, also, the example with cloudhead fittings, but with an elaborately carved apron from the collection of Martin Luther, illustrated by Michael Beurdeley, Chinese Furniture, Tokyo, p. 94, fig. 129