This charm historic four-door and three-drawer Manchuria sideboard has been restored and relacquered but was thoroughly kept its beautiful original burgundy red colour tone and the golden line drawing frames and flowers on the front of the sideboard also kept the original tung oil finish on the top during the restoration.
This Sideboard was made during the 1920s in Manchuria with the drawers on the bottom of the cabinet, which is reverse to the traditional classic Manchuria sideboard (the drawers on the top of the cabinet) because the carpentry of this piece had a strong influence from Japan. Manchuria was a Japanese colony from 1918-1945.
The style of the Chinese drawings and paintings in the old days likely pay attention to freedom, spontaneity. The creativity and specific content of the paintings should be more casual in order to reflect more vivid artistic charms. These quite stiffed geometry patterns on this piece are very rare appeared on Chinese furniture. It might just reflect the Japanese disciplined culture.
With all the indictions on this piece, we can imagine the sideboard could be made originally for a Japanese family who lived in Manchuria during the 1920s. This unique sideboard is a perfect combination of Chinese and Japanese culture. This sideboard is also bigger than the normal Manchuria sideboard in size.
Country of Origin
c.1920 Manchuria, China
Width 160cm x Depth 45cm x Height 98cm
Clean with a soft cloth
Keep away from heat sources or direct sunlight
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