Property from Various Owners
A zitan veneered and hongmu armchair
Late Qing/Republic period
The rectangular waisted seat supported by four sturdy legs terminating in square feet carved with leiwen designs and connected by horizontal stretchers and aprons also carved in stylized archaistic patterns, the elaborately rendered arms connecting to the back centered by an inset floating panel also carved in raised relief in stylized geometric patterns of kuilong (stains & holes to matting, top section removable).
37 1/2in (95cm) high