This magnificent pair of Chinese Chinoiserie cabinets were retrieved from the Shanxi Province, a centuries-old mountain city located in the Northern China. The four panel doors are adorned with hand-painted images of children happily playing in the gardens surrounded by mountains. The artisans restored and refurbished this antique pair to its original state. The hand-painted images have hues of brown, black and gold paint. Each solid elm cabinet consists of two pieces: a main cabinet and trunk that can be used separately as coffee or accent table. There are three shelves in the main cabinet, two drawers at the bottom, and two shelves in the trunk. This type of two piece compound wardrobe armoire originated from the Ming Dynasty, 1368 to 1644. It was used to store either wardrobe or bed-ware such as comforters or linens. This cabinet was typical of classic Chinese square-corner construction. The trunk could also be placed on a kang, a type of large bed from northern China, for decoration. This beautiful pair of antique Chinese Chinoiserie cabinets will be excellent showpieces in living rooms, great rooms or family rooms.
Item No.: CB125
Demension: 40.6"W, 20.9"D, 91.1/4"H
Material: Solid Elm
Origin: Shanxi, China
In Stock: 2
Price: For One
|Condition: Good, wear consistent with age and use.
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