This pair of armchairs with rattan seats and original red lacquer is called 'Nan Guan Mao Yi' because the shape of the back looks like a South China official's hat from the Ming Dynasty.
The carving of a pomegranate under the seat is the traditional lucky pattern in China which means many children and much luck. These armchairs were used by a wealthy family.
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- H. 88 x D. 47 x W. 57 (cm)
- elm wood
- China - Shanxi province
- circa 1850