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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
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Imperial throne
Chinese
18th century
33.1086.1
Cushion with Cover
Chinese
18th century
33.1086.2
Panel for book rest; Ganesha & Karttikeya
Indian
early 18th century
54.72.1
Panel for book rest; Ganesha & Karttikeya
Indian
early 18th century
54.72.2
Disk-shaped table screen
Chinese
1644 - 1912
33.1267
Cradleboard doll
Plateau
late 1800s
93.73
Engraved Jar
Japanese
710-794
58.54
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.1
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.2
Chair cover
Chinese
19th century
38.17.1
Chair cover
Chinese
19th century
38.17.2
Sidechair B5
Marcel Breuer
1926-27
98.23
B6 chair
Marcel Breuer
1929
98.24
Table
Japanese
18th century
88.26
Longde (“Virtuous Power of Dragons”) ink-cake
Chinese
18th century or later
38.15
Bell
Chinese
12th - 13th century
33.73
Cup
Chinese
33.1721
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1732
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
late 19th century
33.1733
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1734
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1735
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1736
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
late 19th century
33.1737
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
late 19th century
33.1738
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1739
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1740
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
19th century
33.1741
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
19th century
33.1742
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
19th century
33.1743
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
19th century
33.1744
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1745
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1746
Paper stencil (katagami)
Japanese
late 19th century
33.1747
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