Asian Art

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LOT 199

Lot 199

A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century

A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century
Lot 199 Details
A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century

十九世纪晚期/二十世纪早期 中国外销花鸟壁纸画一组三张

each 122.8 x 40.4 in — 312 x 102.5 cm

Estimate $400-$600

Realised: $1,800
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A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century
  • A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century
  • A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century
  • A Set of Three Chinese Export Wallpaper Panels, Early 20th Century
Provenance:

Acquired through descent from a Toronto family
来源: 多伦多家族遗产

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CONDITION DETAILS

one with two large tears at the bottom, largest tear 29cm; another with two smaller tears at the bottom and one on the side, largest tear 3cm; mild foxing to the back; overall in good condition; 一张在底部有损,最大损伤为29厘米;另一个在底部有两处较小损伤,侧面较大损伤最大为3厘米。背部轻度霉菌;总体状况良好

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  • 2 Stars: Fair - Exhibits flaws or damage that may draw the eye under standard lighting
  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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