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Red Chinoiserie Screen

Red Lacquer Scarlet Chinoiserie Screen
Located in Cranbrook, Kent
Red chinoiserie 3-tier screen in red lacquer, recently restored and redecorated with crane birds and foliage. Substantial build quality as hard wood based construction.    
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Antique 19th Century English Paintings and Screens

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Hardwood

  • Red Lacquer Scarlet Chinoiserie Screen
  • Red Lacquer Scarlet Chinoiserie Screen
  • Red Lacquer Scarlet Chinoiserie Screen
  • Red Lacquer Scarlet Chinoiserie Screen
H 66.93 in. W 70.87 in. D 0.99 in.
Red and Gold Chinoiserie Three Panel Screen
Located in New York, NY
Red folding screen comprised of three panels framed in gold lattice patterns, topped with oval medallions featuring bouquets, and painted with traditional Chinoiserie designs of pago...
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Mid-20th Century Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Wood

Vintage Chinese Red Lacquer & Gilt Screen
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vintage Chinese red lacquer & gilt screen.
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Antique 1860s French Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

Materials

Wood

Set of Six Red Lacquered Chinoiserie Panels
Located in New York, NY
A set of six chinoiserie panels lacquered in a deep red with accents of gold and teal blue. This work of art depicts a lively scene and intricate detail. Each panel could stand on it...
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Mid-20th Century Unknown Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

Antique Chinese Red Lacquer Screen
Located in London, GB
A splendid Chinese export four-fold red lacquer screen, exquisitely decorated in gold leaf with scenes of rice harvest. Qing dynasty, 19th century. Why we like it: Red lacqu...
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Antique Early 19th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Wood

  • Antique Chinese Red Lacquer Screen
  • Antique Chinese Red Lacquer Screen
  • Antique Chinese Red Lacquer Screen
  • Antique Chinese Red Lacquer Screen
H 64.18 in. W 81.89 in. D 0.79 in.
Chinoiserie Screen Art Deco Style in Colour China Red and Black Lacquer
Located in Hamburg, DE
Chinese Paravent, Art Deco style, China red lacker, main frame in black lacquer, base material wood, can be used as room divider as back side as a decoration as well, Front bird des...
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Vintage 1920s Chinese Art Deco Lacquer

Materials

Wood

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Four-Panel Carved Wood and Red Lacquered Screen, China, circa 1900
Located in Paris, FR
19th century Chinese screen with four panels in carved wood, red and gilt lacquer. The eight octagonal paintings of the upper part are decorated with still life scenes, The four re...
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20th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Giltwood, Wood

Chinoiserie Red Asian Hand Painted Four-Panel Screen Room Divider
Located in West Hartford, CT
Asian chinoiserie wood screen in red lacquer with a beautiful hand painted motif of birds and flowers, mid-20th century screen composed of four panels supported on brass capped feet....
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Vintage 1960s Chinese Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Wood, Lacquer

Chinese Four Panel Screen in Gilt and Red Lacquer
Located in Locust Valley, NY
Chinese four panel screen in gilt and red lacquer features a bird on branch design. Each panel is beautifully painted within three inset areas.
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Early 20th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Lacquer

Chinese Export Lacquered Red Coromandel Four Panel Screen
Located in Bradenton, FL
Remarkable Chinese export 4 panel coromandel screen. Red ground and parcel gilt decorated landscape scene. The idyllic painting is crafted with intricate details and a geometric bord...
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Hardwood, Lacquer

Chinese Red Lacquer 6 Panel Painted & Gilt Decorated Screen
Located in New York, NY
Chinese Red Lacquer 6 Panel Painted & Gilt decorated Screen.
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1990s Chinese Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Wood

Large 19th Century Chinese Red Coromandal Twelve Panel Screen
Located in Dallas, TX
A very large and beautiful Chinese Coromandal 12 panel folding screen with an overal etched and carved surface of fretwork court scenes, animals and flowers. This screen is in a wo...
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Antique Late 19th Century Chinese Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Wood

Signed Asian Chinoiserie Coromandel Red Five Panel Screen Room Divider
Located in West Hartford, CT
Magnificent red chinoiserie room divider with five panels. What makes this expandable screen so unusual is not just the stunning hand painted art but also the fact that one of the fi...
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Mid-20th Century Asian Chinoiserie Paintings and Screens

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Wood

Asian Red Four Panel Carved Room Divider Folding Screen
Located in West Hartford, CT
Stunning expandable Chinese red four panel carved room divider/screen with carved hardstone raised figures. The back is black lacquer and is handpainted with branches and flowers. Ea...
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Mid-20th Century Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Stone

Red Chinoiserie Bamboo Handpainted Fireplace Screen
Located in West Hartford, CT
Exquisite Chinese fireplace screen with a black lacquered bamboo frame inset with panels of handpainted cranes and flowers on a brilliant red background.
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Early 20th Century Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Bamboo, Wood, Paint

Chinoiserie Red Lacquerand Gold Painted EIght-Panel Screen
Located in New York, NY
# Y092 - Chinoiserie red lacquered eight-panel screen. The classic Chinese landscape scene with pagodas, bridges floating islands in a sea across the 8 panels in several tones of gol...
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20th Century English Paintings and Screens

Red Chinoiserie Screen For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the red chinoiserie screen you’re looking for. Each red chinoiserie screen for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, lacquer and giltwood. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect red chinoiserie screen — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. When you’re browsing for the right red chinoiserie screen, those designed in Art Deco styles are of considerable interest.

How Much is a Red Chinoiserie Screen?

Prices for a red chinoiserie screen can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $950 and can go as high as $17,041, while the average can fetch as much as $5,995.

A Close Look at chinoiserie Furniture

Emerging in the 17th century, chinoiserie appropriated the aesthetics and imagery of popular East Asian design for European-made versions. Reflecting the exoticization of China, Japan and other countries in this era, the word directly translates from French to “Chinese-esque,” which reveals its shortcomings as a style of furniture and decor that often stereotypically and reductively mimics Asian culture rather than showcasing and paying tribute to its artistic traditions.

The enthusiastically decorative chinoiserie style was propelled by influential tastemakers including French King Louis XIV, whose Trianon de Porcelaine in 1670 was inspired by Chinese architecture. Expanded trade between the East and West led to a demand for porcelain, lacquer objects, silk and other goods, which further informed the fanciful furniture being crafted in Europe.

Artisans working in the chinoiserie style used materials and elements like pagoda shapes, bamboo, lacquer surfaces, bird and flower motifs and other interpretations of Asian design on pieces that were frequently set against vibrant wallcoverings. This whimsical approach yielded chinoiserie furniture that boasted dramatic flourishes drawing on the natural world and reflected the dominance of Rococo during the 18th century.

As chinoiserie was shaped by approximations of Asian design by European creators, it had regional variations, such as Chinese Chippendale in England where cabinets, chairs and tea tables had wooden fretwork designs and “japanned” surfaces intended to resemble lacquer work that was created in East Asia. In North America, furniture makers in Boston and New York integrated chinoiserie-painted scenes into Queen Anne furniture.

Antique chinoiserie furniture has continued to be fashionable, from its popularity with decorators of the Hollywood Regency era — James Mont, Tommi Parzinger, William Haines and Samuel Marx favored the style — to contemporary interior designers, although it brings with it a complex history.

Find a collection of chinoiserie bedroom furniture, cabinets, decorative objects and more on 1stDibs.

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