SOLD! for $5,208.00.
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Four (4) Chinese late Ming or very early Qing tapestry panels, silk embroidery with metallic threads, framed in pairs. The top panels each depict a pair of figures surrounded by circular geometric embroidery and embroidered flowers at each corner. The lower panels depict lions, dragons or foo dogs with fruit baskets atop their backs with phoenix birds overhead, and various auspicious s ymbols. Each individual panel measures 14 1/8" H x 21 5/8" W. Each frame overall measures: 46 1/8" H x 29 1/4" W. Provenance: Riceville, TN collection. Note – a photograph showing two of the four framed panels in lots 31 and 32 are pictured in a 1963 article on the Asian and American antiques of John and Amanda Gray, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Moderate staining to silk mats. Some loose threads, especially to foo dogs. Slight overall fading.