19th Century Qing Altar Table from Shanxi Province
A long elm-wood Altar/ Console Table with everted flanges or 'qiaotou' (commonly called "birds wings"), supported on recessed trestle legs with carved, stylized ruyi, a sacred fungus, and with lingzhi carvings on corner spandrels of apron, symbolizing happiness, wealth and longevity. Shanxi Province, China, 19th Century
Original dark brown lacquer finish. 35" high from floor to serving surface.
WIDTH: 91½ in | HEIGHT: 38 in | DEPTH: 17½ in
Shipping Estimate: $300 | White glove
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CONDITION: Top panel that is mortised into the frame has contracted enough to leave a small gap between the frame and edge of panel. there is an excellent photograph of the top..