An antique Chinese scholar’s stand made of natural gnarled twisted hardwood roots with a transparent russet lacquer. This type of natural root furniture goes back to the 12th century aesthetic. Here is an example of the round stand produced during the Republic Period, bearing the colonial form true to the Victorian Era.
Age: Early Republic Period
Dimensions: 17″ Wide by 17 3/4″ High by 13 1/2″ Deep