Rattan Stuhl
Art.-Nr.
BEJ-08077
Beschreibung
Viereckiger Stuhl aus Originalholz mit Rattan auf der Oberfläche. Dieses Design ist typisch für den Ming-Stil, der vor 500 Jahren in China auftauchte. Die Form der Beine heißt "Ma Ti Tui", das bedeutet Pferdehufbeine.Solche Möbel waren in ganz China gängig.
Größe
H50 x D40 x W40 cm
Material
Ulmenholz
Herkunft
China Shandong
Alter
Etwa 150 Jahre
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Geographie
Shandong literally means ‘mountains’ east’ and the name indicates this coastal province’s location east of the Taiang Mountains. Situated in the lower reaches of the Yellow River, it includes the Shandong Peninsula that stretches out into the sea (Bohai Bay to the north and the Yellow Sea to the southeast).
History
Shandong is often called Qilu, nicknamed for the states of Qi and Lu that existed here during the Spring and Autumn periods. Qi was very powerful throughout the Spring, Autumn and Warring States periods, ruling the cities of Linzi, Jimo and Ju. Lu Weiterlesen
Traditionele Kunst und Hanwerk
About woods Most hardwood trees grow in hot climates, especially in tropical areas.  Much of the hardwood found in Chinese furniture, then, was not native to China but was introduced to the country through trade.  It is not only the beauty of the wood that gives Chinese furniture its value, however.  It is treasured for the meticulous craftsmanship, joinery and design that went into the pieces, as well as its cultural significance.   In contrast, for example, new and old furniture pieces found in Vietnam and made of the world’s most valuable wood, Zitan, can be purchased Weiterlesen
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