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A Korean Low Bowl - Under-glaze Iron Design - Joseon
Korean: Ceramics Pre 1837 VR: item #1268857

A Korean Low Bowl - Under-glaze Iron Design - Joseon
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

This is a strong and handsome low bowl made during the 17th-18th century, Joseon (Choson) period. The potting is very thick and heavy and the glaze is a tannish ivory color. On two sides there are underglaze designs done in Iron Brown - on each side is a loosely drawn flower with a bud on one - and leaves on both. In between the two floral designs are a pair of butterflies done in the same iron brown.

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Korean Norigae, Traditional Lucky Charm for Lady
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1920: item #1268441
4A99D

Korean Norigae, Traditional Lucky Charm for Lady
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Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
(703)+356-3302



 

Korean Silver "Norigae" Yi Dynasty before 1920 Lucky Charm, hanging from the Lady's traditional short Jacket which is the symbol of longevity and much luck, different color of enamel work on top of the hollow octagonal shape Silver Filigree, enamel work on the Phoenix Bird with long tails and Chinese Character "Long life" in the center, and Korean knotted double dark blue Tassel wrapped around with Gold Thread with Korean symbol in blue, few enamel work is chipped off but not very noticeable.

Korean Bamboo long Tobacco Pipe with Brass bowl
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1960: item #1268094
4A99A

Korean Bamboo long Tobacco Pipe with Brass bowl
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Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
(703)+356-3302



 

Korean Bamboo long Tobacco Pipe with Brass Bowl, 39" long 5/8" diameter near the brass bowl, 1/2" diameter near the tip, it has been used for Tobacco.

Vintage Wood Small Korean Chest
Korean: Furniture Pre 1980: item #1265908

Vintage Wood Small Korean Chest
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



$450  

Vintage reproduction Korean chest. Small and charming. Hardware is brass with flower shapes around loop holes. Three small drawers line the top of chest, and two drawers open at middle also slide as well, making the bottom space easily accessible. Dimensions: 28.5" Long X 19" High, 11" Deep

Lacquer Company's Telephone made for their own office
Korean: Lacquer Pre 1960: item #1265670
1152

Lacquer Company's Telephone made for their own office
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

This spectacular and truly one-of-a kind telephone was not only crafted by what was Korea's premier lacquer and mother-of-pearl company in the mid 20th Century (Kimpo Chilgi Gongyaesa), this is the one-off deluxe telephone that they made for themselves to use in their own office, so they put everything into this phone, and there really is no other like it. The label, like the rest of the telephone , is in remarkable condition, so you can still read the company name and telephone number on the lab... Click for details

Rare, Finely Engraved 19th Century Korean Paktong Cup
Korean: Metalwork Pre 1900: item #1265455
1151

Rare, Finely Engraved 19th Century Korean Paktong Cup
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Rare and Finely Engraved 19th Century Korean Paktong Cup. There are three sections of beautiful engraving, each section separated by a highly stylized 'happiness' character. The deer, pine tree, and rocks are symbols of longevity, the phoenix is a symbol of peace and prosperity, and the pair of sparrows are a symbol of love. Paktong looks like silver, but it is actually a copper alloy with nickel and zinc. 2w x 1.5h inches, 5h x 4h cm.

Rare Joseon Military Officer's Saddle of Ray Skin
Korean: Folk Art Pre 1900: item #1265449
1150

Rare Joseon Military Officer's Saddle of Ray Skin
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Rare 19th Century Korean Military Officer's Saddle of Ray Skin, Wood, Metal, and Leather. These saddles are rare, and when you do see them, they have sharkskin, which is not as rare and luxurious and durable as the ray skin that is on this saddle. It will display proudly in a home or office. 18d x 14.5w x 10.5h inches, 45.75 x 37 x 26.5 cm.

Lacquered Gift Box from First Governor of Gyeonggi-do
Korean: Lacquer Pre 1960: item #1265444
1149

Lacquered Gift Box from First Governor of Gyeonggi-do
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Beautiful and Historical Lacquered Mother-of-Pearl Presentation Box inscribed by Governor Lee Ik Heung (governor from November 23, 1953 to May 21, 1956), the first governor of Gyeonggi Province after the Korean War and the division of Korean into north and south. A beautiful piece of Korean history. 5.5w x 4d x 2h inches, 14 x 10 x 5 cm.

Early Edo Period Irabo Chawan from Korea - very rare!
Korean: Ceramics Pre 1700: item #1265313
0171

Early Edo Period Irabo Chawan from Korea - very rare!
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Momoyama Gallery
+49 15128060828



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We are proud to present you a very rare Korean Irabo Chawan made in the early Edo Period on Japanese order.

This is a Wan shaped tea bowl made of coarse, unrefined clay with a high content of iron oxide. The clay shows impurities and stones - some of them have ... Click for details


Dragon Painting Exploding with Life and Personality
Korean: Paintings Pre 1910: item #1265230
1148

Dragon Painting Exploding with Life and Personality
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Korean Art and Antiques
917-675-1369



 

Antique Korean Dragon Painting Exploding with Life and Personality, Chasing the Magic Pearl of Immortality. Korean dragons are not at all stereotypical. Each one has a unique personality, and this fine and dynamic example is full of personality. When Koreans prayed to the mighty dragon for rain and blessings, this is the type of dragon to which they hoped to be praying, with a friendly face and open heart, ready to leap out of the painting and take action. Newly framed and silk mounted. Frame: 4... Click for details

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