Low Kang Table

c. 1850
$2,580 USD
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W: 34.0" D: 21.0" H: 9.0"
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This elegant 19th-century low table would have traditionally been placed atop a platform kang bed and used as a convenient working surface for painting, writing, sewing, or arranging food. Set atop C-curved legs ending in slightly scrolled feet, the low waisted table features a beaded apron carved with an auspicious ruyi, a reference to the "fungus of immortality" and a symbol of longevity.

Additional Dimensions:
Table Apron to Floor: 4.75"

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