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Asian Dragon Throne Chair

Posted by zmoose (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 22, 12 at 0:28

My father purchased this at an auction over 30 years ago. I'm told its part of a King/Queen set. If I recall this is the "Queen" chair.

Anyone have details on what exactly this is and how much it may be worth today?


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I don't know, but it is very cool and I think it would be great fun to have. I am responding to bump this, so someone who knows will see it!

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Interesting chair.

I'm puzzled by the wings, because Asian dragons are typically legged but wingless, with a few exceptions: Antaboga", a dragon deity from Java that is sometimes shown with wings but always legless and the Chinese "Yinglong" (oddly, their "Feilong" flies but has no wings)

I think they are "shishi" (foo dogs) because of the 4 legs and pearl in the mouth

Shishi chairs:

Value? Who knows? It all depends on the market where you are selling them.

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