Kinmono hanger
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Kinmono hanger with original brown colour. The carving of 2 animals on the top called "Li Wen" which means "the 9th son of dragon". People believe that Li-Wen can avoid fire, so it always be used as decoration to protect people from fire. This piece of furniture was used as colthes hanger in past China.
H152 x D175 x W45 cm
Elm wood
China Shanxi
circa 150 years
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literally means ‘Mountains’ West’, referring to the fact that it lies west of the Taihang Mountains.  Its one-character abbreviation is Jin, after the state of Jin that existed there during the Spring and Autumn period.
Shanxi borders Hebei to the east, Henan to the south, Inner Mongolia to the north and the province with nearly the same name, Shaanxi, to the west.  Shanxi’s capital is Taiyuan.
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