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Coromandel screen

COROMANDEL SCREEN, 4 panels, painted on both sides. In China,the crane implies longevity. On the screen,the cranes fly to the sky, symbolising the ascent to heaven after a very long life. On the back

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Coromandel screen

COROMANDEL SCREEN, 4 panels.There are red-crowned cranes under the pine tree, both symbols which represent long life. The crane additionally symbolises the ascent to heaven after death and is a harbinger...

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Coromandel screen

COROMANDEL SCREEN, gold leaf, painted on both sides, 6 panels. Golden colourful painting on smooth black lacquer. The crane represents longevity in China and is called 'Xianhe Tu' in Chinese. This

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Coromandel screen

COROMANDEL SCREEN, 3 panels. Colourful painting on a red lacquer background. This style of painting requires a special technique called 'Diao Tian' which involves the artist carving into the lacquer

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Door pannels

Set of 4 panels with natural finishing.These screen was used as doors of a building in the past.

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Geometric pannels

Set of four panels with natural finishing and geometric pattern. These screen was used as doors of a building in the past.

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Hand painted screen

HAND-PAINTED SCREEN, painted on both sides, 4 panels. Golden painting on a crackled black lacquer background. The painting's subject matter of women and children was popular in the Ming Dynasty. The

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Hand painted screen

PAINTED SCREEN, painted on both sides, 4 panels. Golden painting on smooth red lacquer. This style of painting was in fashion in the later Qing Dynasty, when it was populat to mix the cultural influences...

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Hand painted screen

4-PANEL PAINTED SCREEN. Colourful painting on smooth black lacquer background. This screen, which was generally used for decoration, features a modern painting style.

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Hand painted screen

PAINTED SCREEN, painted on both sides, 4 panels. This screen features Western style painting on a crackled lacquer background. This style of painting appeared in China on the end of Qing Dynasty some 150...

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Buffet in elm wood

Two doors and two drawers sideboard in elm wood.This small cabinet is a re-edition of North Shanxi province's cabinet. It was used as a storage cabinet in the Qing Dynasty.

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