15 septembre 2021

A huanghuali and huamu square-corner cabinet, Fangjiaogui, Qing dynasty, 18th century

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,... [Lire la suite]

22 mai 2020

A long huanghuali and huamu recessed-leg table, pingtouan, Late Ming-early Qing dynasty

Lot 125. A huanghuali and huamu recessed-leg table, pingtouan, Late Ming-early Qing dynasty; 78.2 by 204.5 by 53.6 cm., 30 3/4  by 80 1/2  by 21 1/8  in. Estimate 9,000,000 — 15,000,000 HKD. Lot Sold 13,880,000 HKD (1,526,615 EUR). Courtesy Sotheby's. the top of mitre, mortise and tennoned frame construction with a huamu single-board, tongue-and-grooved, flush, floating panel supported by six dovetailed transverse stretchers, the edge of the... [Lire la suite]
11 août 2019

Qing dynasty furniture at Christie's New York, 26 March 2010

Lot 1226. A huanghuali six-poster canopy bed, jiazichuang, 18th century; 88 7/8 in. (225.7 cm.) high, 85 in. (216 cm.) wide, 55 in. (139.7 cm.) deep. Estimate USD 120,000 - USD 180,000. Price realised USD 362,500. © Christie's Image Ltd 2010. The openwork top formed by a latticework of wan emblems repeated on the upper portion of the frame above chi dragon spandrels and stepped stretchers, the soft mat seat set within the thick, rectangular frame and enclosed by further wan latticework... [Lire la suite]
11 septembre 2016

A rare zitan and huamu rectangular recessed-leg table, changfang’an, 18th century

Lot 1143. A rare zitan and huamu rectangular recessed-leg table, changfang’an, 18th century. Estimate USD 300,000 - USD 400,000. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2016 The top has an attractively figured burl wood (huamu) panel with rounded corners set within a conforming frame above crisply drawn aprons with finely beaded edges that continue into the archaistic scroll of the ‘cloud’-shaped apron-head spandrels that flank the tops of the tall, slender legs of round section that are joined by pairs of beaded transverse... [Lire la suite]
27 février 2016

A rare and exceptional pair of huanghuali and huamu ‘fu’ character yokeback armchairs (sichutouguanmaoyi), Ming dynasty

Lot 32. A rare and exceptional pair of huanghuali and huamu ‘fu’ character yokeback armchairs (sichutouguanmaoyi), Ming dynasty, 16th-17th century.  Estimation 300,000 — 500,000 USD. Photo Sotheby's. each with a wide scrolling crestrail with flattened head rest and rounded terminals, set on cylindrical strongly bowed back posts continuing through the seat frame to form the back legs, the wide backsplat in tripartite form flanked by beaded barbed and cusped long flange brackets,... [Lire la suite]
25 février 2016

A huanghuali and huamu archaistic recessed-leg table (pingtouan), 17th-18th century

A huanghuali and huamu archaistic recessed-leg table (pingtouan), 17th-18th century. Estimate 80,000 — 120,000 USD. Photo: Sotheby's. the top of standard miter, mortise and tenon frame construction with a single board of nanmu burl wood, tongue-and-grooved, floating panel, supported underside by three transverse stretchers, the edge of the frame molded, tapering inward to a beaded edge, the splayed legs of rectangular 'melon' section with concave beading continuing to the highly stylized... [Lire la suite]
24 février 2016

A rare and exceptional pair of huanghuali and huamu ‘fu’ character yokeback armchairs (sichutouguanmaoyi), Ming dynasty17

Lot 31. A rare and exceptional pair of huanghuali and huamu ‘fu’ character yokeback armchairs (sichutouguanmaoyi), Ming dynasty, 16th-17th century.  Estimation 500,000 — 700,000 USD. Photo Sotheby's. each with a gently curving crestrail slightly flattened and widened towards the center and ending in rounded swept back ends, the bowed rear posts tenoned to the underside of the 'yoke', extending through the seat rail forming the back legs, the C-form splat divided into three floating-panel sections, an... [Lire la suite]
21 mars 2013

A superb and very rare huamu-inset huanghuali rectangular incense stand, changfangxiangji

A superb and very rare huamu-inset huanghuali rectangular incense stand, changfangxiangji, 17th century. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2013 With attractively figured single-panel huamu top set within the rectangular huanghuali frame with 'ice-plate' edge, above a plain, narrow waist and plain aprons, all raised on thick legs of square section terminating in inward-curved hoof feet set into the huanghuali base stretcher, raised on short tabs at each corner; 32 7/8 in. (83.5 cm.) high, 17... [Lire la suite]