More Traditional Chinese Chairs

Zhejiang Chinese traditional Chair

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A Chinese Huali Wood Open Armchair


A Chinese Huali Wood Open Armchair

LATE 19TH CENTURY

The shaped open back with inset relief carved panel flanked by open arms, solid seat on shaped apron and cabriole legs, traces of a label to the underside printed ‘CHINA’
Estimate £600 – £900 ($985 – $1,478)
Price Realized £1,063 ($1,733)

via Christie’s.

Qing Dynasty Throne

In a successful attempt to get a photo online

Via Spooner Zenfolio

Antique Chinese Wedding Chair

Antique Chinese Wedding Chair

Antique Chinese Wedding Chair 02

Antique Chinese Wedding Chair 03

Antique Chinese Wedding Chair 04

Not only in a blue mood but also in a Chinese design mood…

Via Antique Spider [ed:discontinues since posting] I found this traditional Chinese Wedding Chair.

The bride was taken to her husband’s home sitting on the chair right after the wedding celebrations. It was tradition. Her feet were bound as was the custom.

See also this painting.

Chinese Imperial Dragon Armchairs at Christie's

Chinese Imperial Dragon Armchairs

Chinese Imperial Dragon Armchairs at Christie's

Estimate HK$6,000,000 – HK$8,000,000 ($777,759 – $1,037,012)

Sale 2711
the imperial sale important chinese ceramics and works of art
27 May 2009, Hong Kong, Convention Hall

At Christie’s