#22 Tibetan Hand Painted Monastery Chest 17-18th Century


In this 17-18th century chest, the medallion in the center is decorated with a single dragon who emerges from a lotus field to raise a tray of Wish Fulfilling Gems and other auspicious offerings. Overhead are painted clouds. The beautifully painted background is decorated with a scalloped roundel and geometric line design pattern inspired by popular brocade and textiles of the period. This chest has flowing water and cloud motifs in the four corners and a decorative floral border. The metal fittings and clasp are original. For shipping and handling please contact info@innerasiarugs.com.

Size: 24"H, 45"W, 15"D












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