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Ming Dynasty_ Huanghua Pear Kang Table

This table has a light beam without patterns, a flat tabletop, an ice plate edge, exposed tenons, a waist, and three curved legs, which is a typical Ming style practice. The jagged legs have a yang line that extends to the bottom and sinks into the horseshoe, adding a touch of agility to the ancient and clumsy design. The characteristic of this kang table is that four drawers are installed at the intersection of the waist and teeth on all sides. Based on its flat tabletop, it is speculated that this kang table is mainly used as a chess and card table. This conclusion is drawn because there is no water barrier along its edge.


Transaction price: 1380000 Specification: 24cm high; Width 70cm; 70cm deep

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