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A huanghuali mirror stand, the base with mitred corners re-inforced with inset huangtong mounts to each corner, with two flat stretchers tenoned across the width. A rectangular support, chamfered on one short face is pivoted on a rail similarly tenoned across the width. The resting surface for the mirror is mitred and half-lapped at the joints and cut with a concave moulding. The removeable curved mirror rest (replaced) can be removed by turning it through 90 degrees.

Qing dynasty, 18th century.

width:  28.6 cm / 11 1/4 in.

depth: 30.5 cm / 12 in.

height (open): 31.7 cm / 12 7/16 in.

Provenance:

Private collection, Chicago.

Dimensions

width: 28.6 cm depth: 30.5 cm height (open): 31.7 cm

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Stock number

1021-09

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