Chinese Lacquered Trunk

Early 19th Century


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A lacquered and painted trunk likely originating from the nomadic country of Mongolia.

  • Lacquered and painted trunk sits upon a short three-drawer table.
  • Trunk accessible through a half panel on the top, revealing an interior decorated with lacquered paper and calligraphy.
  • Pieces may be used separately with the bottom, acting as a coffee or accent table.
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Small overall chips and scuffs commensurate with age and use.

Chips to lacquer at legs.

One side of the chest retains its original black lacquer, while the other is of an oxblood lacquer, both very dark in color.

Table may be of 20th-century construction.

Height: 43 inches / 109.22 cm
Width: 38.25 inches / 97.16 cm
Depth: 19.75 inches / 50.16 cm
Brass, Lacquered Wood
Decorative Style
Asian Decorative Arts


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