This rose chair, named “Xingwang” (meaning prosperity in English), dates back to the Ming Dynasty, but is made without the backrest plate and decorative dental plate, thus looking lightweight and simple.
Wenge frame+rattan mat
New Chinese Furniture
Dining Room Furniture
Using the “Xingwang” size marked on the ruler of Lu Ban, an ancient carpenter, it symbolizes prosperity. In home life, a “Xingwang” chair placed in the dining room represents a family's reunion and prosperity. When it is placed in the bedroom, it represents a flourishing family keeping long and prosper. This “Xingwang” chair is easy to move and keeps upright sitting position. The absence of a backrest gives way to natural positive condition of spirit. The chair is a classic and charming partner to the “Heming” dining table.