17 March 2016
A SMALL HUANGHUALI TABLE-FORM DISPLAY STAND
The two-panel top is within a mitred mortise-and-tenon frame, with exposed tenons in the short rails, and the waistless apron is mitred and half-lapped into the legs, which terminate in horsehoof feet.
3 ¼ in. (8.3 cm.) high, 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm.) wide, 3 ½ in. (8.9 cm.) deep
Nicholas Grindley, London, 1999.
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