Three-drawer plane-ended narrow table of Huanghuali wood with flared feet

Three-drawer plane-ended narrow table of Huanghuali wood with flared feet

 

 

 

 

Name: Three-drawer plane-ended narrow table of Huanghuali wood with flared feet

 

Age: Qing dynasty


Length: 199cm, width: 51cm, height: 90cm

 

Object Detail:
The large plane-ended narrow table with elongated bridle joints is made from Huanghuali wood. The apron and spandrel are made from one single piece of wood, which is extremely rare. The straight legs are square with a leather strap molding, and there are braces sat both sides of each leg. The narrow table is unique in that in the middle of the apron there are openings, two at the front and one at the back, to install drawers, which are now missing. Such design is suspected to be a change made later.

 

 

Three-drawer plane-ended narrow table of Huanghuali wood with flared feet

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