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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



 

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



 

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
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$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

Palad Khik
Southeast Asian: Folk Art Pre 1980: item #1266724
2853

Palad Khik
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
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$80.USD  

Good monkey khik carved from wood, contrary to how I see these often advertised they have little to do with attracting women, but are worn by on the side by men for luck and prosperity. The symbolism goes way back to Hindu mythology where the Shiva lingam represents primordial creative energy and the Monkey God Hanuman embodies courage and devotion. L: 5cm/2in. Unlike the cast metal types, this is a one off item and good example of Thai folk art.

Blue and White Annamese Kendi Dragons Signed
Southeast Asian: Ceramics Pre 1700: item #1266654
1196

Blue and White Annamese Kendi Dragons Signed
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Antique Rich Sales
616-307-4443



 

As you can this kendi has been very freely painted in cobalt blue over of grey/white base. An uncommon characteristic is the signature on the bottom. It features two fierce dragons with a flaming pearl between them. The pictures show the body as being more white then grey but it is in fact a grey tone and not a bright white. Picture 5 showing the spout is the closest to the true color. It measures about 9 ¾ inches high by 10 inches wide. There are no chips, cracks, repairs or other damage. The... Click for details

Large Filipino Maranao Bronze Vessel with Inlays, 19th
Southeast Asian: Metalwork Pre 1837 VR: item #1266620
BB167

Large Filipino Maranao Bronze Vessel with Inlays, 19th
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Ancient East
407-540-1122



$995  

DESCRIPTION: A large, heavily cast bronze storage vessel (gadur), with brass and silver inlays crafted by the Maranao tribe of the Phillippines. The round body and flared foot are profusely decorated with inlaid floral and geometric designs; the body is topped with an inlaid domed lid and tall spire. From the estate of Asian art collector, Dr. Edward Gerber. CONDITION: This is a fairly early example, dating from the late 1700's to early 1800's, and shows usage wear, some pitting, and a coupl... Click for details

Burmese Budd hist Amulet
Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pottery Pre AD 1000: item #1266577
2850

Burmese Budd hist Amulet
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
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$140.USD  

Rare Buddhist impressed clay tablet from the early Mon Buddhist Kingdom in Myanmar circa 10-11th CE. The Buddha is seated under an umbrella, on a stepped base, flanked by devotees and stupas. H: 6.5cm/2.6in and W: 5.6cm/2.2in. Condition: as pictured.

Burmese Buddhist Amulet
Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pottery Pre AD 1000: item #1266575
2849

Burmese Buddhist Amulet
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Abhaya Asian Antiques
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$140.USD  

Rare Buddhist impressed clay tablet from the early Mon Buddhist Kingdom in Myanmar circa 10-11th CE. There are traces of gold lacquer, possibly original and most certainly old. H: 6.7cm/2.6in and W: 4.7cm/1.8in. Condition: as pictured.

Ancient Carnelian Bead Necklace #2- Asia 500 -1000 BC
Southeast Asian: Hardstones Pre AD 1000: item #1266563
AB-037

Ancient Carnelian Bead Necklace #2- Asia 500 -1000 BC
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JJ Oriental
+66 (0) 8 1 850 0916



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An ancient carnelian necklace found in Southeast Asia. Many of these carnelian beads were traded around 3000 years ago in mainland Southeast Asia. Size: L. 60cm. end to end.

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