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A superb Qing Dynasty table made of huanghuali hardwood. Brass hardware is original to the table.
Chinese : Pre AD 1000 item #1187191 (stock #1931)
Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
T.L test included for artifact. Tang dynasty Pottery Polo Player and rider in flowing robe bent at the waist to one side and head lowered while seated astride a horse depicted in full gallop. Traces of red, black, and cream pigments. Intact with some encrustation but in excellent condition. Circa 618 - 907 C.E., Artifact is 10 3/4" high and 11 1/2" front hoof to back hoof, and a total of 13" high on stand...
Coins and Antiques Gallery
Chinese carved jade model of a brilliant green chloromelonite jadeite oval plaque, with qilin beneath pine, and verso with phoenix and flowering branch motifs (possibly color enhanced but not tested). Size; Width of this fine carving is 1 3/4 inches with the height of 3 1/4 inches. Condition Report; Fine carving with no condition concerns.
Radiant antique Chinese document box, made of huanghuali hard wood with gorgeous grain, hinged top lid opens to shallow compartment with removable tray, two doors open to reveal 4 small drawers, beautiful details throughout. The outside is adorned with thick bronze fixtures and side handles. 19th century. Size: 14" high x 13.5" wide x 10.25" deep.
China, 19th century. Dimensions 46,5 x 31,5 cm. Condition: a few minor chips to the enamel, a small hole in the footrim. Attractive piece with unusual color scheme.
Up for sale is an antique Chinese Qing Dynasty 19th century Han Chinese woman's coat, extra large size, bright & shiny red silk ground with embroidered ribbons & trims - couched gold wrapped thread cloud patterns, crane roundels & bats; 4 gilt ball-and-loop toggle buttons each carved with 5 bats & a "Shou" charater in the middle; backed with light red silk lining...
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A rare Bronze Ding or food offering container with domed cover and looped handles (when inverted the cover becomes a tripod dish) Age. Qin Dynasty (First Emperor) 221-206BC Size: H.17.2cm. W. 22cm. Condition: No repairs. All original. A small dent on the lid.
A late 18th or early 19th Century Famille Rose enamelled jar made in China, probably for export, during the reign of the Jiaqing emperor. For comparison (of enamels) we have pictured two export Lion Joss Stick Holders (usually dated either late Qianlong or Jiaqing, circa 1800) in our last enlargement. Condition - very good - there are no damages and there has been no restoration. 16cm (6.3inches) high...
A fascinating large wooden plaque known as qian. The qian is often seen in Daoist temples in the form of a collection of bamboo sticks placed in a bamboo cup and devotees will shake the cup to receive their fortune or oracle from the gods. The front of the panel contains an inscription stating this qian is of the formal troop of an army emanating their highest powers (or divine powers). the back of the piece also has an inscription which most of it is lost...
Abacus Asian Art
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Rare example of Yuan dynasty b/w dish, slight thinly potted if compare with this similar medium size, decorated with large lotus panel medallion in the center, the rounded cavetto with continuous lotus scroll and the foliate rim encircled with classic scrolls pattern. Condition is broken and re-glued like indicate on the pictures and about 30% missing area, found at East Java Trowulan Indonesia. Diameter: 31 cm.
BRIAN PAGE ORIENTAL ART
Fine Large Chinese Western Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Ding Tripod (206 BC - AD 8)
This fine example of a painted pottery ding was made during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 8). It is a large example of its type, made from a fine-grained grey pottery and relatively highly-fired, having a distinct ring when tapped. The lower part stands on three long curved legs and has two curved square-cup handles on opposing sides...
A rare well potted jar with fine porcelain body and very well painted, in under glaze blue, depicting two flying phoenix amongst scrolling foliage. The base carries the six character reign mark of the Kangxi emperor (1662-1722) but this item was made later, in the 19th Century, probably circa 1800-1850 during the reign of either the Jiaqing or the Daoguang emperor. Condition - excellent - no damages and no repairs or restoration...
A fascinating letter composed by the noted Chinese artist, Xu Beihong (1895-1953). The letter is addressed to a Mr. Fu Wen and discusses about an exhibition and several works of art that Xu Beihong was expressing his congratulations to the person he was writing to. Letter signed by Xu Beihong. Age; 20th century. Size: Length 15.25" Height 12.25"
An elegant eight panel wooden folding screen with a view of a lakeside with people enjoying the ride on the boats. The edge of the screen is decorated with various auspicious motifs seen in Chinese art and design. Age: 19th/20th century. Size: Height: 86" Length 115"
A well modelled and painted glazed and "biscuit" figure of Budai made in China during the Republic period (1912-1949). On the base is the mark: Man Yi Sheng Zao - "Made by Man Yi Sheng". This item was brought to the UK by a Liverpool seaman during either the 1930s or 1940s. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration...
Chinese pottery horse head with original red and some white pigment remainings
Age: China, Han Dynasty, 206B.C.- A.D.220
A large porcelain jar with original cover (and fitted wood stand) painted in Kangxi style in underglaze blue with flowering "prunus" branches. This item was made for export in the late 19th or early 20th Century, probably during the reign of the Guangxu emperor (1875-1908). Condition - excellent - no damages and no repairs or restoration...
Ascot Court Antiques
Late 19th century
Guangxu Period, Qing Dynasty
Porcelain with overglaze painting in grisaille, gilt, and enamel
d: 25 cm
Three glaze lines, visible only on the back
From a Marin County, California estate
In the scholarship, late 19th century is often regarded as a period of decline, during which potters produced inferior, derivative imitations of earlier wares...