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19th-C. Rice Containers, Pair

Ming Mai

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19th-C. Rice Containers, Pair
19th-C. Rice Containers, Pair
19th-C. Rice Containers, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Very Good; wear consistent with age

Country of Origin:

China

Materials:

fir

Damage Information:

Chip; some small chips

Size:

13" W x 18" H

Color/Finish:

brown/tan

Why We Love This

A pair of rice containers in the form of barrels or drums, very decoratively painted. They can also be used as stools. Iron wire is used both on the top and bottom to secure all the panels together.
As described by Ming Mai

Why We Love This

A pair of rice containers in the form of barrels or drums, very decoratively painted. They can also be used as stools. Iron wire is used both on the top and bottom to secure all the panels together.

About Ming Mai

Ming Mai Gallery offers distinctive, increasingly rare Chinese antiques once used in the homes of the elite. Owner Jane Wills personally selects all items with her partner, Oi Ling Chiang, a world-renowned expert in Chinese antiquities in Hong Kong. Currently, Ming Mai’s collection includes Ming-style chairs, cabinets, altar tables, and day beds from the 18th and 19th centuries. Ming Mai also has an unusual selection of tomb pieces, precious scholar items, and objets d’art.