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Set of five Korean 'masu' (wooden measuring box) actually used for measuring rice in early 20th century. Carved seals at some pieces. approx. 17 x 17 x H 8cm (6.69 x 6.69 x 3.14in) - 17.5 x 17.5 x H 9cm (6.88 x 6.88 x 3.54in). *Those ornamental fixtures in the photos are not attached...
Rare Korean stoneware vase from the Silla period, 5th or 6th century. Undulating decoration incised with a comb and pierced with typical triangles. The upper part is covered with an ash glass. A similar but smaller and unglazed model is housed at the Minneapolis Institute. Good condition. Height: 34cm
A Very Rare/Fine Korean Dark Copper-Red Hae-Tae (Sea Lion)Shape Water Dropper-19th C.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century...
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RICE WASHER WITH IRON STAND
Lovely bowl hollowed out from a single tree, with primitive grooves at inner surface (as funtional design for catching pebbles for cleaning rice up when washing rice), early 20th century, Korea, approx. 24 x 23 x H 9cm (9.44 x 9.05 x 3.54in). Attached with such a three-legged iron stand, mid 20th century, Korea, approx...
HANJI PAPER FIBERS AND PLATES
A bouquet of dried paper mulberries as the material of 'Hanji' (Traditional Korean handmade papers) and five pieces of hand-made Hanji plates with different expression by the one of leading Hanji artisans of today, Park Sung-man. Bouquet: approx. 55 x 16 x 10cm (21.65 x 6.29 x 3.93in), Plate: approx...
Once used to pour sesame oil into bottle in Korean Peninsula, early 20th century. approx. 40 x 8cm (15.74 x 3.14in). Sturdy build, with aesthetic texture due to use and aging...
Set of a large and a medium size iron tools used for mixing charcoal of furnace or so, and a small one used to hang some stuff. Early 20th century, Korea. approx. 38 x 11cm (14.96 x 4.33in), 30 x 8.5cm (11.81 x 3.34in), 22.5 x 8cm (8.85 x 3.14in)...
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PICNIC LUNCH BOX
Five stacked wooden sub-boxes with marked each number (No. 1 to 5 from the botom, and No. 6 for top-lid) fitable neatly in numerical order, early 20th century, Korea, approx. 26.8 x 16 x 16cm (10.55 x 6.29 x 6.29in)...
The Goryeo celadon at initial time is famous for its beauty like jade. This vase was made in the middle of Goryeo era and the color has become to a little bit dark. On the contrary, it has been loved by the masters of tea ceremony i Japan who pursues "wabi sabi". Certification: written by Noriki Shimazu the famous Asian antique researcher in Japan. YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qas4rO0XZYk&list=PLcPjV3Xf0-WPWoVxtqux54Unn8C1bQ7YJ&index=35&t=9s Size: D/14.0cm H/26.8cm
The bottle like this is seemed originally used as water bottle in ancient Korea. After they were exported to Japan they has been used as vases especially at tea ceremony. Japanese people realized that the beauty with them and they were suitable for "chabana" which is very important at the tea ceremony...
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KIND OF GRAVE GOODS
Modern miniature versions of ancient korean burial pottery wares in unused condition. Small: approx. H 2cm (0.78in), Large: approx. H 4.5cm (1.77in)
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19th Yi dynasty Korean Buddha painting with 16 deities. The Korean Buddhist painting represents the portrayal of buddha giving a sermon on the Lotus Sutra on Youngchuksan mountain. The buddha is centrally positioned and directed as a larger figure amongst the many budasatvasf and lesser gods.
Symmetrically positioned to his right and left, represented a stable world order...
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LARGE RICE WASHER
Massive bowl hollowed out from a single tree, with primitive grooves at inner surface (as funtional design for catching pebbles for cleaning rice up when washing rice), early 20th century, Korea, approx. 38 x 34 x 15cm (14.96 x 13.38 x 5.90in)...
Atractive wooden tray with such refined legs and side surface, moreover aesthetic crack at bottom...
Korean Choson (Yi dynasty) two-section ichung nong (wardrobe chest) with two stands decorated with brass hardware. This flexible piece can be used as a single stacking chest or as two side tables. Persimmon wood front panels. 39 1/2" high x 28 3/8" wide x 13" deep (each section is about 23" high on a stand). Circa 1880. Very good and solid overall condition with some slight puckering and separations in the burl wood veneer, particularly on one door. From the Tucson, Arizona collection of former...
A Pair of Very Fine Korean Embroidered Official Rank Badges-19th C.-$1,600 Korea, Joeson dynasty, late 19th century, mounting with brocade, A single crane embroidered with gold thread on dark blue silk ground. This is a rare embroidered silk civil rank badge with GOLD thread and embroidered in polychrome silk thread with central pink crowned a single crane flying midst clouds each, holding in its beaks, branches of “bullocho” fungus, sewn in ilk of blue, green, orange, white, b...
Korean Art and Antiques
19th Century Korean Hat Box made entirely of Exotic Paulownia (Odong-namu) Wood, from the collection of a French diplomat stationed in Korea in the 1950s. Paulownia is very desirable for collectors because of its beautiful wide grain, light weight, and fire and bug-resistant qualities. The paulownia used for this rare hat box is especially fine. 9.5 x 9.5 x 8.5 (height) inches, 24 x 24 x 21.5 cm.
PAIR OF PAINTED WOODEN BIRDS FOR TEMPLE DECORATION
Once installed at the colorful part of temple roof in Korea, early 20th century, approx. 34 x 9 x 1.5cm (13.38 x 3.54 x 0.59in), 33.5 x 8 x 1.2cm (13.18 x 3.14 x 0.47in). Reference links: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancheong / https://www.sharonhudson.com/art/fine_art/Korean_temple_decoration.html
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