20 Asian Kitchen Products
As the heart of the home, the kitchen is always a happening place. It can be used to entertain family, cook that holiday meal or just scrounge for the latest snack. Depending on your preferences, you can have a chef's kitchen — with an oversized island, plenty of countertop space and a good set of knives — or your own asian host's kitchen — stocked with a bar, counter stools and of course, plenty of cake stands. Luckily, with a little bit of organization and some quality purchases, any space can become the perfect compromise, with room to spare for both cooking and entertaining. Here are some helpful ways to get the most out of your space. More
Asian inspired dining table with open fretwork legs and faux bamboo spreaders. This table shows amazing craftsmanship that is rarely seen today, and is very strong and stable. Comes with 2 leaves that are 15" each. Circa 1960. Good condition for age and use. Small chips in original lacquer finish....
As if by magic, a vine and roses covered pot transforms into a charming teapot. Completely hand-crafted porcelain from China.
As if by magic, a vine and roses covered pot transforms into a charming teapot. Completely handcrafted from China in crackle porcelain. Imported.
Our bamboo lounge set is made of natural engineered solid bamboo. Perfect for places such patios, decks, great for the indoors and outdoors. Available in a dark brown stain color with semi-gloss lacquer finish. Couch 28"D x 60"L x 32"H Chair 24W x 28" D x 32"H Table 28"D x 40"L x 20"H
East meets west when Chippendale goes bamboo. Armchair is crafted of carved wood to look like bamboo. Makes a knockout accent item as well. Available as a side chair also. - Weight: 32lbs
A 19th century lacquered offering bowl, or hsun-ok, from the Shan people in Burma. The bowl features beautiful black lacquer with contrasting cinnabar red. It is in excellent condition with age appropriate wear.
Just reduced from $850! This oversized, beautifully hand-painted Chinese ceramic bowl is classic and elegant. We love the blue and white motif. This bowl is nothing short of spectacular and it is in great condition.
Royal Limoges' Kinzakura dinnerware features a pattern with subtlety in black and gold created by Kenzo Takada. Five-piece place setting includes dinner plate, dessert plate, bread/butter plate, teacup, and saucer.
Available in 40 different color finishes, this Chinese Chippendale wing chair would make a perfect office chair.
A pair of Hollywood Regency aqua bamboo chairs, attributed to Ficks Reed, circa 1970s. These chairs have gorgeous cream colored cushions and are in great, sturdy shape with a glossy new aqua/mint paint. The back cushions and snaps are included. The snap holes have been filled with wood putty and...
A pair of Hollywood Regency, Chippendale style red bamboo chairs, attributed to Ficks Reed, circa 1970s. These are an iconic decorating piece. Hollywood Regency style chinoiserie pieces are a lovely addition to many different decorating styles. These are in great condition from infrequent use at a...
Blue Canton by Mottahedeh The most fashionable tables in the early American Republic were set with blue and white "Canton" ware, so called for the great Chinese trading port from which it came. Chinese blue and white porcelain was in demand well into the 19th century and has been part of the...
These Chinese amber acid etched glasses feature a dragon design depicting smoke and crashing waves. A very rare set, these tumblers are the ultimate chinoiserie bar accessory!
Don't you love this shade of red!? This Egyptian motif 1960s dining table has the perfect shape and size for an apartment or house. Its bright red will be sure to brighten up any dining room.
"Free Spirit 2"- symbolizing energy and vitality. Hand carved artisan stone with natural dyes and oils used to accentuate the design and bring out colors inherent in the stone.
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