This important set of four huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, Ming dynasty, 17th century, sold at Christie’s New York in March 2015 for $9,685,000. The elegant chairs were among the ‘Masterworks’ in the renowned collection of Robert Hatfield Ellsworth, who had acquired them before 1971. Courtesy Christie’s New York.

This important set of four huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, Ming dynasty, 17th century, sold at Christie’s New York in March 2015 for $9,685,000. The elegant chairs were among the ‘Masterworks’ in the renowned collection of Robert Hatfield Ellsworth, who had acquired them before 1971. Courtesy Christie’s New York.

An extremely rare and important set of four huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, quanyi, China, Ming dynasty, 17th century

An extremely rare and important set of four huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs, quanyi, China, Ming dynasty, 17th century

A PAIR OF HUANGHUALI HORSESHOE BACK ARM CHAIRS, QUANYI

A PAIR OF HUANGHUALI HORSESHOE BACK ARM CHAIRS, QUANYI

Two Chinese Huanghuali Official's Hat Armchairs✖️ART : CHINESE WOOD➕More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest ✖️

Two Chinese Huanghuali Official's Hat Armchairs✖️ART : CHINESE WOOD➕More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest ✖️

A very rare pair of huanghuali bamboo-form continuous horseshoe-back armchairs, (quanyi),China, late Ming or early Qing dynasty, 17th or early 18th century.

Ming dynasty furniture from the Ellsworth Collection

A very rare pair of huanghuali bamboo-form continuous horseshoe-back armchairs, (quanyi),China, late Ming or early Qing dynasty, 17th or early 18th century.

A HUANGHUALI CONTINUOUS YOKEBACK ARMCHAIR (NANGUANMAOYI)<br>17TH CENTURY | Lot | Sotheby's

A HUANGHUALI CONTINUOUS YOKEBACK ARMCHAIR (NANGUANMAOYI)<br>17TH CENTURY | Lot | Sotheby's

A Pair Of Huanghuali ‘Official’s Hat’ Yokeback Armchairs, Guanmaoyi, Qing Dynasty, Century

Pair of 20th-century huanghuali horseshoe chairs.

Pair of 20th-century huanghuali horseshoe chairs.

Low Back Armchair  Artist/maker unknown, Chinese  Geography: Made in China, Asia Period: Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) Date: 17th century

Low Back Armchair Artist/maker unknown, Chinese Geography: Made in China, Asia Period: Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) Date: 17th century

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