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A large root-wood sculpture made of a single piece of burnished and lacquered cypress or perhaps rosewood. Dramatic details. All in all very decorative piece for the scholar’s studio. China, early 20th cent. H 55 cm, W 40 cm. Condition: Excellent.
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13th Century Chinese Cizhou Pottery Kwan-Yin Buddha
It is 8 inches (20.3 cm) tall by 4.6 inches (11.8 cm) wide. It is 1.3 Lb.
It has skip glazes, dark spots, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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A very good, embroidered satin silk unofficial informal robe for a Manchu lady. The background in turquoise colour satin, is embroidered with butterflies, bats, different kind of flowers etc., in multicoloured silk floss. Borders in black and blue band with embroidered light blue small flowers. Fastened with five knot-end-loop toggle buttons. Lining in light silk. Calf-length type: H. 110 cm; W. 145 cm. Qing, late 19th to early 20th cent...
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Fine Chinese 9th - 10th Century Stoneware Ewer
This fine and rare stoneware ewer was made during the 9th to 10th century (from the end of the Tang Dynasty AD 608 - 916, the Five Dynasties period AD 907 - 960, to the Northern Song Dynasty (AD 960 - 1127), most likely a product of one of the Guangdong kilns. Both inner and outer surfaces are coated in a very finely-crackled olive-green glaze...
Rare Large Chinese Southern Dynasties Stoneware Jar
This rare stoneware jar was made during the Southern Dynasties period (AD 420 - 589). Such wares from this period are relatively rare and quite distinctive. This jar has a flat base, a wide mouth and a series of "square-cut" loop handles placed around the shoulder: a pair of single handles opposite each other as well as a pair of double handles opposite each other...
An antique pair of Chinese vases with lingzhi mushroom outcrops on a craggy rock platform. The lingzhi mushroom is a symbol of longevity and health. The platform could display an object. These wares originated out of kilns in the Shiwanzhen sub-district within the city of Foshan, going as far back as the Neolithic period. Each vase is pigmented with custard yellow and aubergine.
Date: Late 18th to Early 19th Century
Dimensions: 11" tall X 9" X 6" deep
A lovely Chinese Ming dynasty Cizhou painted bowl. Dia. 11cm. Condition: no chip, no restore, in good condition as shown. Shipping from Taipei, Taiwan via EMS at actual cost. Item selling at various platform, please ask before ordering.
A pair small Chinese porcelain jars with lids, each decorated with two foo dogs among peony flowers and scrolls in the "wucai" palette with underglaze blue. Bases without glaze. Rare to find a pair with matching lids and with so fresh colors. Including two later reticulated wooden stands. Dimension with lid: 14.3 cm high, on stand: 17.3 cm high. Condition: one cover with glued area and rim chips. One jarlet with minor kiln dust and the other jar with negligible rim fritting...
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Chinese yixing zisha purple clay. 18,2 cm wide. 9,5 high. Good conditions except small chipped at the lid. 19th century.
An antique Chinese white jade reticulated carving of lock.
Date: 19th century Qing Dynasty
Dimensions: 2.75" X 1.75"
Chinese antique ox bow arm chair, made of jumu (elm) wood with bent wood legs. The back splat is carved with a round good fortune symbol.
Dimensions: 36 1/2" high x 23 1/4" wide x 22" deep (seat: 13 1/2" deep)
A very rare Bronze Seal that was used as a pendant with an old glass bead. There are still remnants of the gold leaf surrounding the seal. I judge it as a Han seal or earlier. I have never came across one like this before
A finely carved pair of coconut bowls with inserts of pure silver (with silver stamps). Decorated on the corpus with good-luck symbols and the attributes of the Eight Immortals. Both with a later Danish owner’s inscription reading: “G. Kina 24/12/1925.” China, Qing, 19th cent. most probably Daoguang period. H 5.5 cm, D 13 cm. Condition: Perfect.
A Lotus-bud bowl was nicely shaped.
Applied with black glaze, the bowl was preserved in perfect condition.
It was densely mold and was stand on a regularly shaped foot ring.
Date: Yuan/Ming Periods. 13th century.
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
Meticulously embroidered panel for baby carrier that never got finished.. and was packed away to be finished later...probably by a loving grandmother, and then backed and border probably her daughter for sale. Miao people in the region of Zhi Jin including border ...measures 20 x 23.5 inches the last 2 pics are of the back side of the embroidery
Made by a women of the Miao minority often referred to as the "tiny Miao" ...not because of their stature but because they were recongnize for their "tiny" embroidery stitches... This jacket was worn for festivals ...and shows some use...wonderful display piece and also could be worn by a small person....
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17th Century Sino Tibetan Iron Silver & Gold Inlaid Censer with Goldfish & Bat
It is 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) tall by 10.6 inches (27 cm) wide. It is 1,768 gram.
It has oxidation, rust, tarnished metal, loss of silver, one panel is missing a nail and loose, missing nails, small chips at the panels, missing pieces, firing holes, small gaps, and surface wears and scratches...
Charming and unusual set of antique Chinese hardwood nesting stands, carved with bamboo features on legs. They can all fit inside each other to make a trim profile, with darkened finish. circa early 20th century.