Lot 235. A huanghuali and huamu square-corner cabinet, Fangjiaogui, Qing dynasty, 18th century; 73 1/2in (186.7cm) high; 43 1/4in (109.8cm) long; 20 3/8in (51.8cm) deep. Estimate US$ 30,000 - 50,000 (€ 25,000 - 42,000). © Bonhams 2001-2021
The square-section rectangular frame of standard mitred, mortise and tenon construction, the side and front panels composed of huanghuali veneer, each door inset with one circular and two shaped rectangular burlwood panels set into elegant beaded frames, the doors separated by a removeable stile over a row of three further nanmu panels and a plain spandreled apron, the interior constructed with two shelves, one housing paired drawers; baitong hardware.
Provenance: From a Private West Coast Collection
Sotheby's, New York, 15 March 2016, The Reverend Richard Fabian Collection of Classical Chinese Furniture, Lot 52.
Bonhams. Chinese Ceramics, Works of Art and Paintings, New York, 20 Sep 2021