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Korean wrapping cloth, chogappo which is made of choma (ramie) and all hand-sewn. "Pojagi" is the general name for the wrapping cloth and "chogappo" is one kind of pojagi which is patch-worked with silk as well as asa ( reference source: "Korean Embroidery and Wrapping Cloths from the Choson Dynasty" published by Japan Art & Culture Association in 1995 ). It is made of choma (ramie) and the wefts are hand-plied. In good condition but some green color bleeding. Late 19th to early 20th century...
A Rare/Fine Korean White Glaze Two Ear (Loop) (ο₯Έθ³η) Cup-16th C.: Korea, early Joseon dynasty, 15th to 16th century...
A Quite Large/Rare Korean Iron Silver Inlaid Box with Cover-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century. with old silvery patina. An unusual decoration with bat and butterfly, quite large silver inlaid box in rectangular shape box inlaid with a double happiness on the top between floral leafs and sides with bats and butterflies as well surrounded by a key-fret borders, Itβs in very fine condition with old patina over the surfaces, Measures 13.2cm x 10cm x 9.6cm.
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Korean wrapping cloth, chogappo which is made of choma (ramie) and all hand-sewn. "Pojagi" is the general name for the wrapping cloth and "chogappo" is one kind of pojagi which is patch-worked with silk as well as asa ( reference source: "Korean Embroidery and Wrapping Cloths from the Choson Dynasty" published by Japan Art & Culture Association in 1995 ). It is made of choma (ramie) and the warps as well as wefts are hand-plied. It has three mending patches, some small holes and wear...
A Very Rare Korean Eight Panel Calligraphy Screen byλκ³-ιζΊͺ, μ μ¬-ζ³ζ·°] (1608-1667)-17th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 17th century...
The Buddha Gallery
A rare 9/10thC Korean Iron Buddha of the Future sitting in a pensive position with finger to chin. Sitting in a stylized "cave" with a sun halo with sun rays radiating outward. Has old collection/museum numbers on the underside that suggests it went in to the collection in 1919.I saw a photo of a very closely related example (also in iron and of similar size), but without the sun rays. The book was in Korean, so I could not read the text, but was told it was dated as 9/10th century...
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'Jae' (Brotherly love towards siblings and neighbors) and 'Shin' (Faith and trust), as moral and auspicious Chinese letters ornamented with symbols pertaining to the meaning of the calligraphied Chinese characters based on blurring-brush style of ancient China, which is a particular form of Art of 'Minhwa' (Korean folk painting) called 'Munjado'. Early 20th century...
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A Celadon oil jar decorated with inlaid black and white Chrysanthemum to the neck, covered overall with greyish green glaze. Korean Koryo Dynasty 12th-13th century. Condition is perfect with no any crack, no any chip and free from any restoration.
An exquisite bottle from the Korean Buncheong pottery tradition, dating from the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), probably 15th century.
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Korean Art and Antiques
Rare 19th Century Korean Antique Men's Mirror Box of High Quality Persimmon and Zelkova Wood. 10 x 8 x 6 inches, 25 x 20 x 15 cm.
A Very Rare and Fine Korean White Triple Gourd-Shape Bottle-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th cenetury. A rare triple gourd bottle with well portion, well potting applied in a milky warm Clear white glaze the surfaces overall including its base with fine some sands encrusted on the foot rim, its mouth rim is in flat cut. Itβs in very fine condition without any damages at all. It measures 19.5cm x 11cm (7 5/8β x 4 3/8β).
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PAIR OF STONE BOWLS
Stone bowls originally for cooking with direct fire.
Impressive aging degradation for long time use.
(Now can't be used with direct fire for this present condition with such cracks.)
A Pair of Very Rare/Fine Korean Polychrome Enameled Wood Carved Tigers: 19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century. A pair of lacquered wood tigers. Both are modeled in poses to suggesting hunting or stalking, with mouths open as if ready to bite - or possibly they have caught their prey and are ready to roar with triumph! The lacquer is yellow, black, and red. Both tigers stand on a wooden base and they likely served as guardians at an entryway...
The Zentner Collection
Antique Korean bowl, with a rich crackle celadon glaze. Its outer edges are incised with thick lotus petals. The bowl displays small, buff areas, bare from the natural dripping of the glaze.
Dimensions: 6.5" x 2.75" H
A Fine Korean Octagonal Wood Box/Cover with White Metal Hinges and Original Lock-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century, with an original lock and key. Itβs an rare and beautiful octagonal shape box and a lid with white brass metal hinged in good wood grain with old natural stains, insides of the box and lid covered with an original red colored silk. Itβs in very fine condition, it measures 8.5β x 6β x 8.5β (21.6 cm x 15.2 cm x 21.6 cm)
A Fine Korean Octagonal Wood Box/Lid with Carved Decorations-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century...
Palmrose Asian Antiques
A large, heavy, Korean brass candle holder, consisting of six parts: (1)a base pan on which screws the (2)candle stick, (3)a small pan to contain the wax, (4)a bracket to hold the light reflector, (5)a fan shaped light reflector which is secured by bat shaped brackets on both sides, and (6)a candle snuffer. This candle stick dates to the turn of the Century, Yi Dynasty, and measures overall 32 3/4" high. The base pan measures 10 3/4" in Diameter x 2 1/2" high. The condition is excellent.
A Rare Korean Peninsular Map of 8 Provinces-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century or older. An very old Korean peninsular map painted in ink and colour on Korean paper including βμΈλ¦λ, μ§λ, κ°νλβ and named 8 provinces and important historic cities. Itβs in fine condition with its old patina, and measures 32cm x 36.3cm (12.5β x 14.12β) image only, and 44cm x 49cm (17.4β x 19.25β) including frame.