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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