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Chinese : Carvings : Hardstone : Pre 1800 item #839488
Phoenix Asian Art
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A very fine near mutton fat nephrite jade pebble elephant, 18th century. Even greenish white color. Condition: Excellent. No damage. Natural fissure on the bottom.

Size: 2 3/4"(L) X 1 3/4"(H) X 1 5/8"(W), or 7 cm X 4.5 cm X 4 cm. Weight: 192g.

Japanese : Paintings : Scrolls : Pre 1900 item #839198 (stock #10530)
Welcome To Another Century
Scroll painting in black ink on paper of the characters Fukurokuju which is the name of one of the seven gods of good luck. Short date inscription on the upper left, 1842. Signed ... Eiko (Nagamichi) hitsu and sealed on the left side. Japan. Original mounting, porcelain scroll ends. Back inscribed Fukurokuju and Miyoshi Eiko.
Painted area: 48.1 x 22.75 inches (122.2 x 57.8 cm). Total length: 75.1 inches (190.8 cm)
Several damaged and partly restored areas along the upper margin, sever...
Chinese : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #838997
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Chinese Canton enamel card box exquisitely decorated in white on a lavender ground with flowering prunus trees on rocky outcroppings. The interior is brass with a nice old patina. This sizable box measures 7 1/2"L x 3 1/2"W x 2"H. Late Qing dynasty to early Republic period (circa 1900-1920). Very good overall condition with minor flaws consistent with its age.
Chinese : Folk Art : Utilitarian Accessories : Pre 1900 item #838731 (stock #58-72)
Silk Road Gallery
Designed to store and serve dumplings, this unusual Qing reed and wood basket originated in China’s western Shaanxi Province, which has a long-standing reputation for producing excellent dumplings. Both the top and bottom are edged with wide strips of bent willow hand painted with flowers. The wood is secured to the basketry with metal studs. A hand forged metal hasp is used as the front closure. Acting as a hinge in the back is a large metal ring loosely fastened to loops, an arrangement tha...
Korean : Paintings : Pre 1950 item #838636 (stock #0298)
Korean Art and Antiques
Oil Painting by Park Deuk Soon (1910 - 1990), signed and dated 1949, with original frame. Park Deuk Soon studied in Tokyo with Ryohei Koizo and graduated from the Pacific Fine Arts School in 1938. He exhibited often at the National Art Exhibition and the Chosun Art Exhibition. He was also an educator and an active member of the Kukjeon, and served for a time as President of the Korean Painters Association. Frame: 23.5 x 19 inches, 59 x 48 cm; Painting: 17 x 12.25 inches, 43 x 31 cm.
Chinese : Textiles : Panels : Pre 1910 item #838315 (stock #41-63)
Silk Road Gallery
A peacock embroidered in jewel tones stands on a low tree peony branch on this large red silk wall hanging from the late Qing period. During China’s Ming and Qing Dynasties, the peacock was used as a symbol of rank and also was presented as recognition for meritorious service. It symbolized beauty and dignity, and often was combined, as here, with the tree peony, emblem of Spring and good fortune. This peacock, its tail and wings spread wide against the red silk, is regal in shades of teal, p...
Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pottery : Pre 1837 VR item #837398 (stock #41-08)
Silk Road Gallery
A heavy 200-year-old pipe from Burma is made of clay mixed with a generous amount of sand. Such sturdy unglazed pipes and other utilitarian items were produced for centuries in Burma’s provincial pottery villages using primitive techniques developed during the Pagan Period. This pipe is very similar to those excavated in earlier times, illustrated in “Burmese Crafts Past and Present” by Sylvia Fraser-Lu, Oxford University Press, 1994, p. 205. It has two small chips on the edges of the bow...
Southeast Asian : Textiles : Pre 2000 item #837066 (stock #28-85)
Silk Road Gallery
This lustrous silk shawl, produced in the early 1990s in the Vientiane, Laos, studio of an American woman intent on preserving the weaving techniques of various Lao ethnic groups, is woven with interlocking tapestry, weft ikat, and discontinuous and supplementary patterning. It is wearable art, gorgeous as a shawl or a wall hanging. Carol Cassidy established her company, Lao Textiles, in Vientiane in 1989, and during the next decade her exquisite silk weavings became known and collected worldwi...
Japanese : Folk Art : Dolls and Puppets : Pre 1940 item #836514
Asian Art By Kyoko
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This is a large Japanese samurai doll, "Kato Kiyomasa” (a warrior from the 16th century warring period) mounted on a horse. The quality is excellent. The dimensions of the box (assembled with wooden pegs): 19 1/4" x 21" x 9 1/4" deep. The condition: There are a couple of very faint hairlines (almost non-visible) between the eyebrows. The surface of this area is smooth in touch. The doll is sitting on an original cushion (very well-made) but a saddle (which would been hidden under his armo...
Chinese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1800 item #836506
Phoenix Asian Art
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A large lavishly painted early Qianlung period famille-rose plate decorated with enamels and gilt. Painted with a central spray of peonies and peacock feather in a vase along with Lingzhi, Ruyi and fan, showing a perfect life in comfort and relaxation. Peonies represents wealth and prosperity in China. A pink diapered band circles the rim. The rich enamels are glossy and vibrant, and complement the intricate yet balanced and graceful design.

Measurements: 12.5" diameter.


Chinese : Folk Art : Utilitarian Accessories : Pre 1900 item #836257
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Unusual Chinese late Qing dynasty to possibly early Republic (late 19th to early 20th century) hardwood stand used to hold opium pipe dampers. A single drawer with brass pull is used for the storage of smoking accessories. The back is nicely carved with a bamboo motif. 13"L x 2"D x 3"H. Very good overall condition with some minor stains to the wood consistent with its age and use. This piece is from the private collection of American expatriates who lived in Hong Kong in the 1970s and 1980s...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #836196
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Old Chago, Japanese tea leaf measuring scoop made out of bamboo. Taisho period. 6 1/4" x 2"
Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1920 item #836167
Asian Art By Kyoko
Set of five handmade copper chataku (coaster for sencha tea cups) with recessed centers, each applied with gold and silver powders. Meiji period (1868-1912).
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1970 item #836141
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Unique Japanese Uchikake (wedding gown), embroidered in thick light blue silk, the liner is red silk without padding except at the bottom hem. The pattern is from ancient Chinese "Shokko nishiki". The colors of silk are slightly different on different parts of the gown. We expose the gown under sun light when we took extra photos The gold (and pearl color) in silk clearly showed up this time. This did not affect the look in a negative way, at least, I thought so.

The condition is exc...

Southeast Asian : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1900 item #835605
Massive solid wood hand carved MANDALAY lions with some remains of pigment, 19th Century. Good decorator showpieces for house entrance, hallway etc. or pair suitable as coffee table base with a glass top. Rare, condition good considering age. Size: L. 50 cm x W. 37 cm x H. 30 cm. A matching pair like this is very difficult to come by!
Chinese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1700 item #835449
Phoenix Asian Art
KANGXI period (1662-1722). Painted with beautiful Chinese three friends of winters design on a washed blue ground below 12 shaped panels of flowering branches. The front painted with pine tree, bamboo and plum flowers, which were called three friends of winteres in Chinese culture. The reverse decorated with flowering branches and signed in the center.

Size: 15 inches (38cm) diameter.

Condition: Very good condition considering the age. No crack or hairlines. Firing flaws. Glaze loss an...

Southeast Asian : Pre 2000 item #835364 (stock #30-69)
Silk Road Gallery
Charcoal on paper is transformed into rippling water reflecting huge ceramic jars in this work signed by Vietnamese artist "My." The jars, though they dwarf both boat and man, serve somehow to draw the viewer into these smaller elements, creating an intimate portrait of the white-beaded grandfather poling his vessel up the river. This Danang artist specializes in capturing with charcoal such moments in the lives of her country's elder citizens. (See a similar work by this artist in our archive l...
Indian Subcontinent : India : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #834890 (stock #1960)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
Luscious all hand spun and woven with gold threads, panel from a vintage Varanasi, Indian wedding sari, circa 60 to 70 years old. I would describe the colors as pigeon blood ruby red with subtle gentian floral scrolls intermingled with the gold thread medallions, which I might add is made of genuine low karat gold metal. This is double backed on cotton and silk with a “raw” silk border and polyester end trims. There are a few threadbare areas but with the silk backing they a...
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