Chinese Qing Twelve Panel Lacquered Coromandel Screen


Early 20th century Chinese late Qing dynasty twelve panel lacquered coromandel screen. The grand screen features a royal pavilion courtyard with figures. Each panel measures 17.5 inches wide with thick lacquer. Intricately carved and incised with colored pigments and gilt. The panels have a geometric square centered with a Chinese shou symbol on bottom. The tops are decorated with gilt fans. The screen has a beautifully aged patina with fading full of character and charm.

Dimensions: 212"w x .75"d x 96"h

Circa: Early 20th Century, China

Materials: Wood, Brass

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with age appropriate wear and fading. Minor losses, chips, scratches, and cracks as seen in photos.

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