Old Cantonese Carving Converted to Mirror Frame. Was $1500, now S$1000!
An old carving from Guangdong province, China, approx. 80-100 years old, converted into a mirror frame. The carving in the middle has a bat and peonies, meaning good fortune and prosperity respectively, the three characters in the middle is Fu Lu Shou, which means good blessing, prosperity and longevity. The carvings down the sides again has bats and flowers. We have restored the gold leaf on the carvings and gave this an overall semi-matte clear lacquer.
Dimensions = Length on top 125cm, length of the bottom part 111cm, height 121cm. Thickness of the carving on top is 7.8cm, thickness of the frame around the sides and bottom is 4.5cm.
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