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19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair

Carol Sweetzer

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19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair
19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair
19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair
19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair
19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair
19th-C. Chinese Pillow Boxes, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
China
Materials:
leather/metal
Size:
7" L x 3.5" W x 5.5" H
Color/Finish:
red/gold

Why We Love This

Pair of 19th-century Chinese cardovia (red) headrests. At each end hand-carved leather creates an intricate raised pattern accented with gold leaf. Behind a metal circular plate reveals a pullout red and black lacquer dovetail drawer. Drawer, 6"L x 1.75"H x 2.25"W. No maker's mark. Excellent condition.
As described by Carol Sweetzer

About Carol Sweetzer

As a buyer in my family's antiques business, art and antiques have been my passion for more than 30 years. In 1988 I opened my own store, Carol Sweetzer, to share treasures with existing clients and introduce new collectors to the paintings, prints, engravings, antiques and decorative collectibles which I find in English, French and local markets. I have been featured in many newspapers and magazines and served as a museum art appraiser. I am excited to bring my finds to One Kings Lane.