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Antique Korean Wood Lamp with Porcelain Oil Cup
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1900: item #1263086
1147

Antique Korean Wood Lamp with Porcelain Oil Cup
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Antique Korean Wood Lamp (Deunggyong) with porcelain oil cup. It is very rare to find an antique lamp with the porcelain cup. 18 x 6.5 x 6.5 inches, 45.75 x 16.5 x 16.5 cm.

Korean Tortoise-Form Wood Scoop with Shiny, Oily Patina
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1900: item #1263085
1146

Korean Tortoise-Form Wood Scoop with Shiny, Oily Patina
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Antique Korean Tortoise-Form Wood Scoop with shiny, oily patina from many years of traditional use. 14.25 x 10 x 4 inches, 36 x 25.5 x 10 cm.

Korean Antique Inkline (Moktong) Carpenter's Tool
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1900: item #1263084
1145

Korean Antique Inkline (Moktong) Carpenter's Tool
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Korean Antique Inkline (Moktong) Carpenter's Tool for marking straight lines with ink. 8 x 3 x 1.75 inches, 20.25 x 7.5 x 4.5 cm.

A Korean Small Joseon Greyish Blue/Celadon Low Bowl
Korean: Ceramics: Celadon Pre 1837 VR: item #1262214
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A Korean Small Joseon Greyish Blue/Celadon Low Bowl
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

A very nice and interesting small cupped dish/bowl with a flat reticulated edge. The dish measures 4.1" in diameter and is 1" high at the rim. The delicate 15/16th century bowl with lobed - reticulated - rim and a soft greyish blue celadon glaze. The glaze has some firing pitting, very slight rim frits and there is kiln grit to the base; and, surprisingly there is a triangular area under the rim measuring 1"x 1/2" and tapering to a point wherein the glaze did not adhere - visible in photo # 9. ... Click for details

Antique Korean Bronze Tea-pot
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1900: item #1260807
1336

Antique Korean Bronze Tea-pot
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Antique Korean patinated bronze tea-pot or water jug forms thin and has swallow-tail-shaped folding handle.

Measurements about : 10 7/8 " (27 cm) x 7 1/2" (19 cm) x H 4 5/8" (11.6 cm)
Weight about : 587 grams.... Click for details

Korean Scholar's Book Chest
Korean: Furniture Pre 1920: item #1260725

Korean Scholar's Book Chest
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$975  

Korean scholar's book chest, or chang, with a very distinctive and lovely textured woodgrain. It has four drawers across its top with waterdrop shaped brass pulls, and central double doors with a central iron lockplate, beautifully shaped and pierced in a filligree form. The chest's top is fluted upwards and it sits on a glossy stand. Size: 30.5" height, 36.5" width, 16.75" depth

Pair of Antique Korean Chests with Stands
Korean: Furniture Pre 1920: item #1260715

Pair of Antique Korean Chests with Stands
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$1,800  

Set of two Korean chests made of paulownia wood (kiri wood in Japanese), with interesting textures and contrasting color patterns in the grain. This style of chest is referred to as "nong" as each one has small hinged double doors in front. They are removable from their stands and can be stacked on ontop of the other to create a two-tier nong. They have simple triangular and quarter circle brass hardware along the other edges, and the decorative brass plating on the double doors are shaped quite... Click for details

Vintage Korean Scholar's Chest
Korean: Furniture Pre 1980: item #1260709

Vintage Korean Scholar's Chest
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$750  

Vintage Korean scholar's chest, or mungap. "Mun" means cultural objects, "gap" means low chest. It is made from a beautiful lacquered elm wood with a deep red hue. Its front features multiple drawers and hinged doors with brass hardware, each set of hinged doors has a large snowflake shaped lockplate that secures with a brass fish shaped lock, and its bottom corners have open compartments for storing scrolls, calligraphy brushes, ink stones, etcetera. It sits on two rounded legs with circular ca... Click for details

A Handsome Thick Waisted Korean Vase - Joseon
Korean: Ceramics: Celadon Pre 1900: item #1260364

A Handsome Thick Waisted Korean Vase - Joseon
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

This is a medium height Korean vase with a light whitish-celadon glaze. The top is lightly flared and has a fairly thick rim. The vase then goes down to a narrow top section - then down to a bulbous rounded section at the bottom - then narrows back to a smaller diameter shallow foot. The vase measures 9 5/8" tall by 2 " diameter at top by 6 1/4" diameter at the widest and has a 3" diameter base.

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Subtly Carved Celadon Bowl w/ Parrots Flying in Clouds
Korean: Ceramics: Celadon Pre 1492: item #1259509
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Subtly Carved Celadon Bowl w/ Parrots Flying in Clouds
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Very Fine and Subtly Carved Celadon Bowl with Parrots Flying in Clouds. Parrots are a very rare motif and celadon ceramics with parrots are desired by collectors. Aristocratic Koreans in the Goryeo Dynasty valued subtlety, and would especially enjoy an item like this, with a mystery and beauty that reveals itself only upon close and appreciative examination. The Kintsugi gold-lacquer repair technique adds to the value and history of the piece. 7 inches (18 cm) wide x 2 inches (5 cm) high.

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