Chinese Gansu painted work table SDC17315

Chinese Gansu painted work table SDC17315

Known in Chinese as a “work table” (工桌) a vendor would have stood behind or beside it. They are often found in places like Gansu and Mongolia. The colors and motifs on this one point less to Mongolia and more to Gansu.

Known in Chinese as a “work table” (工桌) a vendor would have stood behind or beside it. They are often found in places like Gansu and Mongolia. The colors and motifs on this one point less to Mongolia and more to Gansu.

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