Chinese Qing Four Panel Carved Soapstone Coromandel Screen


Impressive Chinese late Qing dynasty four panel folding coromandel screen featuring carved soapstone. The lacquered panels are decorated with idyllic scenes of beauties in a pagoda pavilion engaged in leisurely activities. The bottom of each panel is decorated with carved flora and fauna scenes in a window. The entire screen is bordered with parcel gilt decorative patterns. Supported by square legs ending with brass clad feet. The reverse side has a parcel gilt flora and fauna landscape scene. The screen has a beautifully aged patina with charm and character from age on the lacquer and stone. From an estate in Los Angeles, CA.

Dimensions: 72.5"w x 1"d x 72"h

Circa: Early 20th Century, China

Materials: Wood, Soapstone, Bone, Gilt, Brass

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with an aged distressed patina as seen in photos. Age appropriate wear and fading with old repairs.

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