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Korean : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1291452 (stock #1193)
Korean Art and Antiques
Shin Eun Sook Bronze Sculpture with Granite Base. The bronze characters form the written word 'good fortune', in Sino-Korean. Shin Eun Sook, Chairwoman of the Korean Sculpture Association, is famous for her monumental sculptures, some as tall as 13 meters (over 40 feet), that can be seen throughout Asia in public parks, university campuses, museums, and corporate headquarters. Her small-scale and affordable works like this one are rare...
Korean : Ceramics : Pre 1800 item #1290995 (stock #083)
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Dealer: hotoke antiques

Korea, Joseon Dynasty. Coated in slightly blue-grayish white slip aesthetically as an abstraction by the scenic crackle and blur. In fine practical antique condition as is.

Size: approx...
Korean : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1290272 (stock #1192)
Korean Art and Antiques
Bodhisattva by Choi Dae Shik aka Daniel Choi, Set of Ten Paper on Wood Sculpture, as featured in SOFA, Sculptural Objects and Functional Art, the premier gallery-presented art fair dedicated to three-dimensional art and design. Each one has a hook on the back, so they may also be displayed hanging on the wall. 10 inches (25.5 cm) tall.
Korean : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #1290189
Spoils of Time
Korean brown glazed water dropper of compressed sphere, or disk form with knob finial and side spout. Undulating incised decoration on the shoulders and knob finial grip, rings around the circumference, and lines perpendicular to the foot appearing darker, almost black from the pooling of the glaze and with light caramel tone on the inverse high points. Typical coarse kiln grit adhering to the foot. This particular form of Korean brown glazed ceramic is scarce relative to other forms...
Korean : Pre 1800 item #1289215
Global Ceramics
Chinese small dish or saucer plate, c 1700 - 1730. Decoration in black and gilt of a gentleman sitting in a willow tree, a lady waiting below. Diameter "3¾/ 10 cm. Condition: hairlines and rim frits (cf pics).
Korean : Pre 1910 item #1289212
Global Ceramics
A pair of coral ground tea bowls, c 1900. Enamelled decoration in blue and green with black transfer printed contours. Since the use of printed decorations started earlier in Japan (in the 19th century) than in China it is probable that these bowls are Japanese. One bowl with illegible export (?) mark in red. Height "2¼/ 5.5 cm. Condition: fine. Price: $150, including worldwide SH & I
Korean : Furniture : Pre 1910 item #1288308 (stock #4A99E)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Pair beautiful rare findings of Korean Scholar Chests "Mungap" with Burl wood inlaid doors and drawers and white Brass "Baektong" lock plates and square handles, 18" high, 32" wide, 13 3/4" deep, three(3) burl wood front drawers above the four(4) removable burl wood frameed panel doors supported by small feet, continue to vertical frame, wrapped with the white brass around the corners, and top shows the dovetail method...
Korean : Ceramics : Celadon : Contemporary item #1287863 (stock #1190)
Korean Art and Antiques
Joo Ji Wan's meditative groups of celadon cubes reference Korea’s ancient tradition of geometric patterns in a contemporary form. Her work was recently displayed at the Korea Society exhibition, Korean Contemporary Ceramics, and it was her work alone that was chosen for the cover of the exhibition catalogue...
Korean : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1287861 (stock #1189)
Korean Art and Antiques
Orchids are an ancient Korean symbol of purity, modesty, and virtue. Talented painters of orchids were and still are held in the highest regard. Though Daewongun (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...
Korean : Lacquer : Pre 1837 VR item #1287476
Spoils of Time
Sold in Vervendi March 2015 Auction
A good Korean mother of pearl inlaid small chest of drawers. The front with inlaid decoration of pairs of birds (including, recognizably, ducks and phoenix) among lotus, bamboo, peaches and peonies on flat black lacquered ground. This is one of those wonderful finds of both honest age and undisturbed condition. All the wood with evidence only of being hand worked and appearing untouched since made with good, honest patina on all the secondary woods as well...
Korean : Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1287207
The Zentner Collection
Antique Korean bandaji chest, adorned with large brass hardware, incised with delicate floral patterns and the Chinese shou (a symbol for happiness), handle plates shaped like lucky bats, a large drop-down door opening to a large interior for storing blankets or clothes and three upper drawers. Very heavy and sturdy made of elm. Choson Period c1910. Size: 35" height, 37" width, 19" depth
Korean : Ceramics : Blue and White : Pre 1900 item #1287141
Spoils of Time
A Korean blue and white porcelain water dropper. Cube form with bracket feet on the four corners, a spout along the top edge on one side, and a whole (for displacement) near center top. Painterly floral decoration within line border on the sides. Geometric flower head decoration on the top. Stable cracks, a couple surface chips, and loss to the spout. All dimensions about 2 1/4 inches (5.715 cm) except for the height which is about 2 1/8 inches (5.39 cm). Joseon dynasty.
Korean : Ceramics : Blue and White : Pre 1980 item #1286204 (stock #10768)
Welcome To Another Century
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Vase or jar with globular body, standing on a short foot and with everting rim. Underglaze blue decoration of carp swimming in water. Signed and sealed. Bottom marked as well. Korea, late 19th or 20th century.

Height 12 in., width 12 ½ in.

Mint condition

Ex coll. Peter K. Warren, CT

Korean : Pre 1900 item #1286098 (stock #1078)
Galerie Hafner
A rare pair Korean badges for a civil official, dating to the Choson period. Embroidered in multicolored silks on blue figured silk with two cranes flying with a stalk of sacred fungus amidst clouds, above a taihu rock and waves. Bordered with gold wrapped thread. Glued on cardboard and mounted in antique wooden European frames. Condition: fine, slightly faded and few loose threads. Dimension: 24.8 cm x 23.1 (with frame), badges: approx. 22.5 cm x 21 cm.
Korean : Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1284823 (stock #4A98D)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Korean dark brown Lacquer table, inlaid with Shark's skin, Shell and inlaid brass wire Phoenix and Dragon design Low Table, 13 1/2" high, 38 1/2" x 27" wide. Top of the table is inlaid design of Four(4) claw Dragon and Phoenix chasing flaming Pearl, most of Dragon is inlaid with Shark"s Skin with twisted wire and Dragon's eyes are inlaid with Mother of Pearl. Shark's skin inlaid design of money purse and antiquities on the shaped apron in various colors...
Korean : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1280118 (stock #1187)
Korean Art and Antiques
A very fine example of a Joseon Dynasty Korean tiger hunting painting, that makes use of the best quality pigments and finest silk, and is rendered with the highest level of artistry and skill, likely by a painter from the royal court. A similar painting recently sold at auction in Korea for $5500. Unique to Korea, almost all Korean hunting paintings depict hunters in Mongolian costume...
Korean : Paintings : Pre 1800 item #1280003 (stock #1185)
Korean Art and Antiques
Very Rare Calligraphy by Kang Se Hwang aka Pyo Am (1713-1791), artist, calligrapher, art scholar and critic, and one of the most important figures and the most influential scholar-painter of 18th Century Korea...
Korean : Paintings : Pre 1980 item #1279997 (stock #1184)
Korean Art and Antiques
Painting of Scholar Under Moonlit Plum Blossoms by Park No Soo aka Nam Jeong (1927-2013). Just the first page of a google search reveals both the renown that Park No Soo enjoyed internationally, and the adoration he received locally in Korea. His minimal style and palette is instantly recognizable, and this beautiful, contemplative painting is a fine example of his inimitable, expressive brushwork, from the silvery-blue sliver of a moon, to the unique rendering of orchids and rocks...
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