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Cabinet

2-door cabinet with original lacquer and carving. Both sides of the carving feature birds and flowers, which were widely used in China to represent luck. This cabinet was usually used as a storage cabinet...

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cabinet in original natural wooden colour

4 doors, 2 drawers cabinet in original natural wooden colour. This cabinet come from North China Shanxi area. It was used as a kitchen cabinet previously and placed in the kitchen room.

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Cabinet with original bronze and carving in dark red colour

2 doors large cabinet with original bronze and carving in dark red colour.This cabinet is one of the classical Chinese Ming style cabinet called "Mian Tiao Gui", which means the slimed line cabinet. The...

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Chest

3-drawer chest in smooth black lacquer. This style of furniture is a copy of Japanese furniture and first appeared in China about 120 years ago. It was usually used as a sidetable and sometimes as a tea...

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Classic sideboard

Four doors and four drawers sideboard in smooth red lacquer.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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Cute small bar

Small two doors chest in black lacquer with openable top. Elegant brass fitting.

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Cute small bar

Small two doors chest in red lacquer with openable top. Elegant brass fitting.

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Datong small cabinet

Two doors small cabinet with smooth orange lacquer. This style of cabinet is one of the typical cabinets of Datong city during the Qing Dynasty.The character of this cabinet lies in its size and simple...

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Display cabinet

Display cabinet with smooth lacquer. It can be used to display small items and was always placed in the study.

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Display cabinet

Display cabinet with smooth lacquer. It can be used to display small items and was allways placed in the study.

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Lamp stand

Black lacquer lamp stand with shell carving. Shell carving first appeared in the middle of Qing Dynasty some 200 years ago. The Chinese use shells to carve in different patterns as a decoration.

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Red console table

Red lacquered console table.This piece of furnture is a reproduction of a typical Ming Dynasty wine table, which was very fashionable some 300 years ago.

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