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Large Black Lacquer Burmese Offering Vessel
Southeast Asian: Lacquerware Pre 1920: item #1267841
LC52

Large Black Lacquer Burmese Offering Vessel
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Ancient East
407-540-1122



$995  

DESCRIPTION: In Burma, now called Myanmar, the most graceful lacquer ceremonial vessel is the Hsun-ok, used for centuries to carry gifts of food as offerings to the Buddhist monasteries. This large and dramatic Hsun-ok comes from the Pagan region in Burma where much of the country's finest lacquerware was produced. Crafted by a labor intensive process, first the body is formed of many coils of split bamboo, then numerous coats of lacquer are applied, with this one finished in black lacquer. ... Click for details

Minangkabau Zoomorphic Brass Kendi, Sumatra-Indonesia.
Southeast Asian Pre 1920: item #1267607
4507

Minangkabau Zoomorphic Brass Kendi, Sumatra-Indonesia.
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06



$1,400 / shipping included  

Interesting boat-shaped water vessel with birds-like spout, standing on four feet. Made of brass with brown patina and decorated with floral motifs in relief. Similar examples of this type of kendi in the "Tropenmuseum Amsterdam". Condition: traces of usage. Dimension: 33.4 cm high, 34 cm long.

Thai Sawankhalok Celadon Bowl 13/15thc. Ex Lammers Coll
Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Stoneware Pre 1492: item #1267587
b6939

Thai Sawankhalok Celadon Bowl 13/15thc. Ex Lammers Coll
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Thai Sawankalohk Celadon Bowl 13/15th.c. Ex. Lammers Collection

Diam. 5 ins. (12.8 cms) The Lammers Collection was assembled over two decades by Cheng Lammers and her husband, Frank in Singapore and Indonesia in the 1960s and 70s. Cheng Lammers was a member of the South East Asian Ceramics Soc. and a founder member of the Ceramic Society o... Click for details


Thai Sawankhalok Celadon Bowl 13/15th C. Exhibited 1971
Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Stoneware Pre 1492: item #1267475
b6916

Thai Sawankhalok Celadon Bowl 13/15th C. Exhibited 1971
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Thai Sawankalokh Celadon Bowl 13/15th Century - Ex. Lammers Collection - Published & Exhibited Singapore 1971

Diam. 4 1/2 ins. (11.4 cms) The Lammers Collection was assembled over two decades by Cheng Lammers and her husband, Frank in Singapore and Indonesia in the 1960s and 70s. Cheng Lammers was a member of the South East Asian Ceramics So... Click for details


Ancient Khmer Bead
Southeast Asian: Hardstones: Quartz Pre AD 1000: item #1267455
2863

Ancient Khmer Bead
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
Tel/Fax 852-29847509



$600.USD  

Fine and rare circa 6th CE slightly tapered cylindrical Pre Khmer agate bead with original gold end caps and clear band in the center. I acquired this about 13 years ago in Thailand; at that time I was told it came out of Cambodia. Recently I came across a photo reference for this type of bead- Khmer Gold: Gifts for the Gods: Emma Bunker and Douglas Lateford, which identifies this as pre 6th century which would make it either Chenla or Funan Kingdoms, and excavated in Banteay Meanchy Pro... Click for details

Old Lao Silk Scarf- Lao Pha Chet
Southeast Asian: Textiles Pre 1980: item #1267450
2861

Old Lao Silk Scarf- Lao Pha Chet
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
Tel/Fax 852-29847509



$220.USD  

Beautiful old classic Lao shoulder clothe, all natural dyes with hand spun silk threads. I picked this up on my first trip to Laos in the mid 1990s, at the Talat Sao Market, Vientiane and would date this to the 1970/80s. The fabric is incredibly soft and supple and may be worn (it is amazingly warm) as a scarf or hung as wall art. It has a few loose threads on the selvedge but otherwise in excellent condition with no holes or tears. W: 38cm/15in and L: 243cm/8ft.

Thai Rattanakosin Bronze Disciple 19th century
Southeast Asian: Sculpture: Bronze Pre 1900: item #1267014

Thai Rattanakosin Bronze Disciple 19th century
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Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
+31703656610



 

H. 21 cm. Age wear to the gilding.

Teak wood carving of a Nat on a hamsa or hintha bird
Southeast Asian: Carvings: Wood Pre 1900: item #1266859

Teak wood carving of a Nat on a hamsa or hintha bird
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GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
+31206241792



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Detailed wood carving of a Nat sitting on a mythological hintha or hamsa bird. The nat is holding a Buddhist text in his right hand. This figure is 26 cm. high and 17 cm. wide. In good condition.

Thai carved fertility amulet
Southeast Asian: Carvings Pre 1960: item #1266848

Thai carved fertility amulet
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GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
+31206241792



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A nicely carved fertility charm. The carvings of the phallus: a tiger, birds and text. The carving on top of the phallus represents a tiger. In very good condition. Length 8 cm.

Lopburi Thai Bead
Southeast Asian: Hardstones: Jadeite Pre AD 1000: item #1266842
2859

Lopburi Thai Bead
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
Tel/Fax 852-29847509



$160.USD  

Good long rectangular aventurine bangle from early central Thai Bronze Age Lopburi Culture circa 500 BC. There is some damage on one end, well documented in enlargements. Aventurine is commonly mistaken for Jade as it has the same degree of hardness (6.5 Mohs scale rating). This is really a lovely stone and may be worn as a pendent (free fauxsilk macraméd cord included) The hole that runs the length of the bead is obstructed, either packed with dirt or unfinished but I am not go... Click for details

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