11 clear acrylic dining chair Asian Products
Made of solid rosewood, the center panel and the sides form a unity of graceful lines on this open-back armchair. Curved to fit human anatomy, this one panel back amazingly supports your back and waist as comfortably as any other design. Constructed with traditional joinery technique. Unique...
The Chanyi as it is known in Chinese is of ancient origins dating back even to the Zhanguo Dynasty around 500BC. Ironically it was also called the Warring States period when the religious masters raised their meditations from the floor to an elevated position on the Chenyi. JinR has chosen this...
Zen Meditation Chair
The “Quan”, or Round-Backed Armchair the most splendid of classical Ming furniture which, using clean-cut lines and fine production skill, creates the ultimate balance of simplicity and elegance.
Fascinating and strikingly beautiful, ‘There is No Chair’, a transparent Song-period Guan Mao Chair in clear acrylic. The design dates back to the Eastern Zhou period (circa 500B.C.) and came to it’s beautiful maturity in the Song Dynasty where it was a symbol of high status in a society that...
Guan Mao Chair
A favorite of interior designers, this mirror looks amazing in an entryway, dining room, above a mantle, above a desk — anywhere you want Chinoiserie drama.
The Mallorca Mirror was inspired by a French 19th Century bamboo mirror. It is hand crafted from bamboo and features a clear mirror. A clear finish is applied allowing the beauty and natural color variation of the bamboo to be visible.
Designed for displaying artworks or of course flowers, this elegant elongated design is classic Ming. Recreated in transparent acrylic JinR wishes arrangements of flowers place upon the stand to seemingly float in space. Ideal between two transparent Guan Mao chairs it forms a beautiful set.
Floating Flower Stand
Little needs to be said as to the function of this piece. Although JinR does suggest trying your tea served on this little Ming table in fine glassware, creating a complete floating experience. Designed to compliment any pair of chairs in the Seat for T. range.
As a lover of chinoiserie, I think this fabric is perfect for perking up your place. I made a few pillows with it, and they add so much life to my bedroom.
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