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BORD Model Logico book CS/26-Q för Studio tecnico Calligaris, Italien 2005.
Glidande uppfällbar bordsskiva på metallstomme. Bär tillverkarens märke. Mått 75x75 cm, höjd 74-76 cm. Totallängd utfälld 150 cm, bredd 75 cm, höjd 74 cm.Läs mer
Magestico Mosaic Table
A luxurious Florentine mosaic table base for which was mainly used black Belgian and green Guatemala marble. The Traversari brothers strictly followed the guidelines of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, the traditional Florentine marble craft authority and museum, and decorated the marble inlay base with a motif of birds and flowers. The octagonal shape of the table stresses its truly majestic presence evoking the atmosphere of the most sumptuous Renaissance palaces of Florence.Läs mer
ITALIAN MODERN RED FAUX LEATHER STOOL
Italian modern red faux leather circular stool, rising on four black metal feet, retaining tag underfoot "Brevetti IPE", some tears to upholstery, approx 17"h, 20"diam
Start Price: $80.00Läs mer
PAIR ZITAN & YINGMU HORSESHOE BACK ARM CHAIRS
A PAIR OF FINE CHINESE ZITAN & BURL YINGMU WOOD PANEL HORSESHOE BACK ARM CHAIRS, QUANYI. With sweeping crest rail terminating in out swept hooks above shaped spandrels, all above the curved splat carved with a framed Burl YINGMU wood reserve flanked by shaped, beaded spandrels, gracefully curved standing stiles, and the rear posts, the hard mat seat presented beautifully with wealthier burl YingMu wood panel set within the beaded, rectangular frame above shaped, beaded aprons and spandrels carved in the front with a conjoined leafy scroll, and plain, shaped aprons and spandrels on the sides and rear, the legs joined by stepped stretchers and the foot rest above plain, shaped aprons. The zitan wood display smooth lustrous dense hardwood with dark purple-brown patina and feathery fine grain. Provenance: Roswell, Georgia private collectorDimension: 39-1/2" H x 29" W x 20" D (each)LOT NOTES:The Chinese name for this type of chair, quanyi, is literally translated as 'chair with a circular back' or 'circle chair'. During the Song dynasty (960-1279) this form was known as kaolaoyang, which refers to a large round basket made from split bamboo. The English name for this form, however, refers to the overall shape of the back and arm rests, which resembles a horseshoe. Wang Shixiang and Curtis Evarts have suggested that the horseshoe-back armchair emerged simultaneously with other examples of high-back chairs during the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties. See, Wang Shixiang and Curtis Evarts, in Masterpieces from the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture, Chicago, 1995, p. 56, for a further discussion of the form.An illustrated early example of the horseshoe-back chair in a woodblock print is included in the Lu Ban Jing (Classic of Lu Ban) but is utilized as a sedan-chair. (Fig. 1) The Lu Ban Jing (Classic of Lu Ban) is a Ming dynasty carpenter's manual that contains a significant amount of information describing the forms of popular furniture during that era. However, the text and its importance go far beyond that, as described by Craig Clunas in "Klaas Ruitenbeek's u Ban Jing," Journal of The Classical Chinese Furniture Society, Winter, 1993, pp. 30-32. Clunas explains that the Classic of Lu Ban "is a carpenter's manual, dealing not only with the technical aspects of building construction and of furniture-making, but with what might broadly be called the ritual and magical aspects of the craft."The crest rail of this type of chair also ingeniously and elegantly functions as the armrest. Wang Shixiang explains in, Connoisseurship of Chinese Furniture, vol. I, Hong Kong, 1990, p. 43, that the "crest rail is made of several sections which comfortably support both the arm and the upper arm. The crest rail is constructed from three or five segments. A three-section crest rail is called a sanquan, a five-section one is called a wuquan. The three-section crest rail requires two fewer joints but requires larger members because of the wider curve." The crest rail of the present pair of chairs is constructed from five segments. For a detailed description and explanation of the sophisticated joinery utilized by the Chinese craftsmen to construct the curved rails of the elegant and graceful horseshoe-back armchair, see Curtis Evarts, "Continuous Horseshoe Arms And Half-Lapped Pressure Peg Joins," Journal of The Classical Chinese Furniture Society, Spring, 1991, pp. 14-18.Several examples of similar HuangHuaLi horseshoe-back armchairs have been published including a larger pair (41 in. high) in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, illustrated by Robert D. Jacobsen and Nicholas Grindley in Classical Chinese Furniture, Minneapolis, 1999, pp. 60-61, no. 12, and a slightly larger example (39 in. high) illustrated by Wang Shixiang and Curtis Evarts, Masterpieces from the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture, Chicago, 1995, p. 56-57, no. 26, which was subsequently sold at Christie's, New York, 19 September 1996, lot 99.Läs mer
Swedish Grace Inlaid Cabinet by Mjölby. Ca 1940
Intricately inlaid Swedish Grace (streamlined classicism ca 1920-40) storage cabinet with allegorical male and female friezes. Rendered in walnut, birch, Carpathian elm and rosewood. Interior consists of removable/adjustable shelves and drawers. Made at Mjölby Intarsia in Southern Sweden in 1940. Contact us for additional detailed photos and more information.Läs mer
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