The fangjiaogui, or square-corner cabinet, appears to be rarer than its counterpart, the yuanjiaogui, or tapered cabinet, which is constructed with round corners. A huanghuali square-corner cabinet with bookmatched panel doors and carved, molded apron joining the legs is illustrated by G. Ecke in Chinese Domestic Furniture, Vermont and Tokyo, 1962, pl. 131, no. 104. Another huanghuali square-corner cabinet of similar proportions was sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, Fine Chinese Furniture from Private American Collections, 28 November 2012, lot 2029.