An old classic charming four-door and four-drawer sideboard was acquired from Mongolia province, Northern China. The cabinet has been restored and relacquered with a vibrant red high lacquer finish.
This exquisite piece features three drawers and three hand-painted décor doors. The painting on each drawer is adorned with the same still-life paintings: a brunch of Begonia flowers with leaves. The three doors were painted with the exact same circle pattern: five daisies on ‘distortion’ leaves. Taking look at the pattern: both the radian of each leaf curve and the size of each leaf are not arbitrarily. Each leaf was drawn in an abstract manner of Hui Pattern. With five flowers together they express the round, elegant, graceful and dignified aesthetic quality of the Mongolian pattern in the final and complete effect. This is also the beautiful feeling that the Mongolian pattern has a classic aesthetic shape. It highlights the Mongolian nation’s advocacy and pursuit of the form of “completeness”.
The overall tones of the piece were finished in a very traditional Mongolian style: vibrant red, yellow and black. The whole structure of the sideboard is noble and dignified. This antique cabinet or buffet will bring a touch of authenticity to any dining room, or living room.
Country of Origin
c.1900 Mongolia Province, China
Width 193cm x Depth 43cm x Height 94cm
Clean with a soft cloth
Keep away from heat sources or direct sunlight
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Delivery Cost within mainland UK for this item – £60.00
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