Lot 318
A Set of Chinese Huanghuali Folding Horseshoe Chairs and Table
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Late 20th century, very finely crafted set in the Ming dynasty style, made with huanghuali wood and brass mountings, round top rail continuing in a curve to the arms terminating in out swept ends, each arm supported by the hooked upper extension of the front leg suspending a long shaped spandrel, the back carved splat with qilin and clouds, a soft mat seat with a front stretcher, the hinged round section legs terminating in rectangular base stretchers, the footrest mounted with a central brass plaque of three conjoined lozenges, raised on a shaped apron and small feet, with brass strap fittings and joint pins, includes a folding side table in the same style, a very handsome set.

44 x 30 x 24.5 in. (chair)

Overall very good condition; a few white marks to rounded ends of chair arms; some minor scratches; some darkening of brass fittings; table with crack to one leg at top and one leg with wood fill to edge.

$1,000 - 1,500