Orient

With its uni­que sty­le and strong, dura­ble desi­gns it is cele­bra­ted for its ele­gant and arti­stic lines. Our pie­ces are selec­ted to show­ca­se the textu­re and beau­ty of the natu­ral woods, ran­ging from ele­gant items to magni­fi­cent pie­ces, lavi­sh­ly deco­ra­ted with carvings, lacqu­ered or with pre­cio­us sto­nes and metals. For an out­stan­ding repre­sen­ta­ti­ve of the orien­tal arts then Chinese fur­ni­tu­re is it.

Philippine Table

19th Century Philippine Console Table

Colonial Philippine table, made of exotic Molave wood, native to the Philippines, currently under strict protection. The matt surface of the table is covered with a natural patina with traces of use.
In the years 1565-1898 the Philippines was a Spanish colony, hence the Spanish style of the furniture. This type of table was mainly made for monastic refectory in the Philippines.
The table has interesting dimensions, it is quite narrow, so it can be used as a console table against the wall or as a kind of assistant behind the sofa.
The table top is made of one piece of wood.

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Chinese sideboard

Shanxi, China, early 1800’s

Unusually large size sideboard with beautiful original 'cayenne' color lacquer.

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Folding screens

Fujian, China, 1880-1920

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Chinese little cabinet

Shandong, China, c. 1830-1840

Cabinet made of elm wood, covered with a nice lacquer patina. Style of the piece is typical for Qing dynasty.

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Kimonochests

Shanxi, China, XVIII century

A selection of Chinese 1800-century kimonochests. Built in camphor and covered
with leather and lacquer. Beautiful and decorative, and suitable for all types of
storage. Sizes and colors vary.

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Podwójny kabinet szafka EN

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Chinese medicine chest

China, Shanxi, XIX century

Medicine chests covered with beautiful blue-green lacquer. There are Chinese characters on the drawers, telling what medicin used to be inside each of them. From Shanxi province, China. Dating from the mid 1800's.

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