Chinese Antiques

The renowned Ming style can be divided into three periods. The “Ming Shi Jaiju – Ming Style” refers to the shape of cabinets from the first period of the Ming dynasty (1304-1644). During the second half of the Ming period there was a decrease in the supply of expensive wood types like huanghuali, zitan and jichimu. However, there were perfect alternatives in the form of Yumu, a medium hardwood, and later Hongmu Yumu – both high quality types of zelkova.
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Chinese table, 19th century.

Chinese table, 19th century.

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Chinese Desk, late 19th century

Chinese Desk, late 19th century

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Chinese Antique furniture, large Ming style cabinet. Qing dynasty - early 19th century.

Chinese Antique furniture, large Ming style cabinet. Qing dynasty - early 19th century.

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Bamboo lantern. Beijing-China, 20th century.  € 195.00  Height: 88 cm Ø 41 cm

Bamboo lantern. Beijing-China, 20th century. € 195.00 Height: 88 cm Ø 41 cm

Changfangdeng. Pair of black lacquered square stools with drawer. Qing-Dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century. Zhejiang-China.  Height: 32 cm Width: 29 cm Depth: 33 cm

Changfangdeng. Pair of black lacquered square stools with drawer. Qing-Dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century. Zhejiang-China. Height: 32 cm Width: 29 cm Depth: 33 cm

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Chinese Ming Style Cabinets

Chinese Ming Style Cabinets

Chinese Antique furniture, dresser from the late 19th century.

Chinese Antique furniture, dresser from the late 19th century.

Chinese antique furniture, Jiatousun qiaotoun, Recessed-leg table with unmetered bridle joint, everted flanges, horizontal feet. Qing-Dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century Hebei province, China.

Chinese antique furniture, Jiatousun qiaotoun, Recessed-leg table with unmetered bridle joint, everted flanges, horizontal feet. Qing-Dynasty (1644-1911), 19th century Hebei province, China.

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