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Antique Korean Wooden Chest WIth Brass Floral Hardware
Korean: Furniture Pre 1920: item #1246731

Antique Korean Wooden Chest WIth Brass Floral Hardware
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Korean chest with beautiful burl wood front panels, with handmade brass hardware, with etched floral patterns and designs. Three rectangular drawers line the top, and below are two large rectangular doors with a large brass backplate resembling a flower or sun. Each door is lined with original red paper backing, opening to the chest's interior. Dark softwood exterior with original finish. circa 1900 Size: 26.25" height, 34.75" width, 17.25" depth

Orchids Painting by Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921)
Korean: Paintings Pre 1920: item #1246348
1116

Orchids Painting by Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921)
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



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Though Taewongun (Prince Yi Ha Eung) is often cited as the greatest painter of orchids, most scholars now agree that it was Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921) who was painting many of the paintings for which Daewongun took credit and which Daewongun signed. Daewongun was, of course, a great painter of orchids, but most agree now that Kim Eung Won may deserve the title of greatest. His paintings sell for a fraction of the price of Daewongun's paintings, at least for now. That can be expected to c... Click for details

Korean Painted Wood Carving of Tiger and Rock.
Korean Pre 1900: item #1245640
3443

Korean Painted Wood Carving of Tiger and Rock.
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06



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An extraordinary, wooden figure of a tiger with a very long tail, sitting on a rockwork. It has an almost humanized facial expression and the mouth corners are showing small canines. It is painted with green and different brown pigments. Dating to the Joseon dynasty. Condition: partially lost or agglomerated coloring, some pigment fissures, few small cracks, one fang is worn. Dimension: total height: 35 cm x c. 15 cm x 17 cm.

Two Korean Water Droppers-Curled Carp & Silk Worm
Korean: Ceramics Pre 1980: item #1245395

Two Korean Water Droppers-Curled Carp & Silk Worm
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



$225.00 the pair  

Here we have two Korean pottery water droppers made in the style of the Joseon (Choson) dynasty. These water droppers - known as suiteki in Japan - are used at the scholars desk to dampen the solid inkstone. The first of the two is the classic blue dropper in the form of a curled fish. This curled fish form was very popular during the 19th century and many examples of it still abound. It measures Width 2.2" by Length 2.4" and 1" thick - it weighs 80 g. and is in very good condition.... Click for details

Korean Hand-Carved Wooden Somu Dance Mask
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1980: item #1245013

Korean Hand-Carved Wooden Somu Dance Mask
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$1,500  

Korean mask for use in dance performances widely known as talchum or Yangju Pyolsandae Nori. Though these dances vary by region, they all share common themes such as exorcism, ritualistic dance, satire, and parodies of wealthy upperclassmen and would often be performed on the day of Buddha's birth and other seasonal festivals. The mask, called Somu (young shaman), is hand-carved wood with visible chisel marks on the inside, along with Korean and Japanese kanji signatures, with a black cotton hoo... Click for details

Joseon White Porcelain Flask Vase
Korean: Ceramics Pre 1900: item #1244333
407

Joseon White Porcelain Flask Vase
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hotoke antiques
+81-(0)470-62-6453



$450  


FLASK

White porcelain, Korea... Click for details

Orchids Painting by Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921)
Korean: Paintings Pre 1920: item #1244284
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Orchids Painting by Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921)
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



SOLD  

Though Taewongun (Prince Yi Ha Eung) is often cited as the greatest painter of orchids, most scholars now agree that it was Kim Eung Won aka Soho (1855-1921) who was painting many of the paintings for which Taewongun took credit and which Taewongun signed. Taewongun was, of course, a great painter of orchids, but most agree now that Kim Eung Won may deserve the title of greatest. His paintings sell for about a 1/10 of the price of Taewongun's paintings, at least for now. That can be expected t... Click for details

Ido Chawan 17th. century Korea with wood box
Korean: Ceramics Pre 1700: item #1244188
0135

Ido Chawan 17th. century Korea with wood box
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Momoyama Gallery
+49 15128060828



$995  

Ido Ware, Korean Joseon Dynasty (16th-17th century). The light cream bowl is decorated overall with a crackled cream glaze.

Rustic and sophisticated at the same time, this vessel is another great example of the beauty of Korean Ido chawans.... Click for details


Early 20th c. Korean screen - The Diamond Mountain
Korean: Paintings Pre 1920: item #1244068

Early 20th c. Korean screen - The Diamond Mountain
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



$14,000  

An early 20th century 12-fold korean screen depicting Mount Kumgang, commonly known as 'The Diamond Mountain'. It has been revered for its scenic beauty since ancient times. The screen is particularly noteworthy for a couple of reasons. Firstly Korean (and similarly Japanese) literati artists were heavily influenced by Chinese literati and their landscape paintings; it was quite uncommon for them to celebrate the scenic beauty of their own homelands through their artwork. Secondly, unlike most K... Click for details

A Fine Korean Engraved Bronze Padlock - Joseon
Korean: Metalwork Pre 1837 VR: item #1243849

A Fine Korean Engraved Bronze Padlock - Joseon
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



$450.00  

This is a most unusual form of padlock from Korea. It is constructed of a dark silvery patina made from what appears to be a bronze alloy material. The lock measures 7 1/2" long by 1 5/8" wide by 3 1/3" thick and weighs just under two pounds. We date it to the mid 18th to mid 19th century, Joseon Dynasty (13921897). It has excellent patina and has no damages or other issues. It locks and opens with ease.

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