47-20 33rd St. Long Island City, NY 11101 United States 212.941.8247
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$ 67,000

Huanghuali Inset Leg Table

Period 18th Century
W. 65.75 in; H. 32.37 in; D. 18.75 in;
W. 167.01 cm; H. 82.22 cm; D. 47.63 cm;
Description Qing Dynasty, probably 18th C.

A veneered huanghuali inset leg table, the top of usual mitred, mortice and tenon construction
with a flush three board flush floating panel with exposed tenons in the short rails and three
dovetailed transverse stretchers tenoned into the long rails. The outside edge of the frame cut
with a square shoulder curving down to another square moulding below. The round legs are
double morticed into the long rails of the frame splay in both front and side elevation. The legs
are cut to receive the mitred and half-lapped long aprons which are also dovetail wedged into the
underside of the frame top. The short end aprons are mitred and dovetailed to the long aprons.
The legs are joined by oval section stretchers made of catalpa.
There are signs of re-used timber to the underside not visible to the top because of the veneers.
Styles / Movements Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 334041
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