In ancient China slender, long tables like such as this one are often referred to as “altar tables” and used to hold musical instruments, flowers, or vases. This 150-year-old table was carved in China’s Shanxi province. It has averted ends curving upward at a dramatic angle, which gives the sturdy elmwood table a lighter, more whimsical feel. The apron is intricately with a traditional interlocking pattern often seen in Chinese design.
- Of the Period
- Place of origin
- Date of manufacture1800
- Materials and techniques
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
H 39.5 in. x W 95.75 in. x D 20.25 in.
H 100.33 cm x W 243.21 cm x D 51.44 cm
- Seller locationChicago, IL
- Seller reference numberZZZ116
- Reference numberLU820010452041
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