Meandering Tea Tray

c. 1900
$1,280 USD
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W: 13.0" D: 9.0" H: 0.75"
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Beautifully carved of huali rosewood, this 19th-century tray reflects the Qing-dynasty literati's taste for fine materials and balanced proportions. Once used to serve tea or hold scholarly implements, the shallow tray is enclosed in a beaded frame decorated with a simple meander pattern. We love this little tray as the perfect place to rest jewelry, glasses, or other small objects.

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