Chinese Qing Dynasty Gold-Lacquered Wood Carving Canopy Ornament  (Dealer: misakadou) – Framed wood carving canopy ornaments composed of the five pieces, Qing dynasty, as a private collection of the old prestigious family in Nara prefecture (three generations before the present head of the family), – used as the decoration for ‘sencha’ (tea ceremony with leaf tea), as the founder himself had a taste for that during his lifetime. Wood carving ornament coated with base-lacquer and gold-lacquer as a refined finishing, as a very scarce early imported piece considered of the era when the number of such wood carving ornament was small at that time in China. Expected some stains, exfoliations, and chips as seen. (The top part of 5 pieces is loose and removable so that the part is supported by just a small chip of wood without glue. Please understand about this point in advance, specially the possible situation caused by the shipping in any case.) approx. H 52 cm (20.47in), D 40.5 cm (15.94in), D 2.5 cm (0.98in)



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