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Abhaya Asian Antiques
Korean wine cup circa mid Choson Dynasty circa 15th/16th CE. This is a high fired thin walled cup with a gray clay body and with very tiny glaze chip on rim. H: 4.9cm/1.9in and D: 6.7cm/2.6in.
Here we present a real fine example of Korean art: smaller rounded wan-shaped bowl with high foot of the bamboo node style - the dark, fine clay with some enclosures is expertly thrown. The chawan was decorated with a white engobe in brushstrokes with a straw brush (hakeme) before the whole bowl was covered with an ash glaze. No chips or cracks...
Small charming and rustic Korean bandaji (blanket storage trunk). Made with roughly hewn thickly cut wood. Brass hardware including corner bracing and little bats along the bottom. 19th century. Size: 22 1/2" high x 27 3/4" wide x 14" deep.
Korean : Pre 1910 item #1329906 (stock #SK 950)
An elegant men's headgear dating around 1900, consisting of the cone-shaped indoor headdress and the outdoor heungnip or gat. Both are made of horsehair, the gat with a bamboo brim and gauze chin straps. The top part of the hat with a lacquered blossom. Condition: traces of usage, some splits near the bamboo brim. Dimension: gat: diameter 32 cm x c. 14 cm high, headdress: c. 14 cm high.
Blue and White Porcelain Memorial Tablet for Park Gi Il from Miryang, Korea, dated May 1830. It declares a long genealogy in the royal Min clan. This epitaph was written upon the passing of Park Gi Il of Miryang in May 1830. It memorializes him and lists his ancestors' names. An important piece of history and a rare and beautiful work of calligraphy painted with blue cobalt on white porcelain. 7.5 x 6 inches, 19 x 15 cm. framed
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
Korean Mother of Pearl inlaid Lacquer Jewelry Chest, Ca. Joseon or Chosun Dynasty, 19th Century, 10 1/2" high, 11" wide-maximum measurement...
Antique Korean three section lacquer cabinet, with elaborate inlaid scenes of various birds, deer, fish, and flowers. Auspicious creatures with fish tails, turtle shells, and the head of mammals are also seen in several panels. Brass hardware decorates the pieces such as butterfly shaped lockplates and hinges. Each section has double doors with wonderful paintings inside each door, depicting various scenes of nature and happy school children. 19th century Size: 69" H x 39" W x 21" D
Korean : Pre 1920 item #1323449
Antique Korean hardwood chest with original lacquer finish, drop down front lid and three small drawers along the top. Nicely carved paneling along the bottom. Wonderful original finish and condition. 18th century Chest. Size: 24" H x 37" L x 15" D
Beautiful and Rare Korean Joseon Dynasty Silver and Coral Eunjangdo with Very Fine Floral Design. The eunjangdo was worn by a woman of rank as a chest pendant and a symbol of her social standing. This dagger also served as a tool to save women from personal humiliation or peril, not by attacking an assailant but by killing themselves, under the Confucian moral obligation of medieval Korea 'to remain faithful to one spouse'. 4 inches, 10 cm.
One day Radhanath Swami says 'true treasure lies within. It is the underlying theme of the songs we sing, the shows we watch and the books we read. It is woven into the Psalms of the Bible, the ballads of the Beatles and practically every Bollywood film ever made. What is that treasure? Love. Love is the nature of the Divine'.
This chawan is a real true treasure, breathing the love of its artist. It is from the early Joseon Dynasty of Korea...
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A Very Fine/Rare/Large Korean Standing Polychrome Pigments Painted Wood Dong-Ja: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century A depicting large standing carved Dong-Ja figure is very naïve, and with holding a large lotus leaf with both hands, painted in red, blue, green, white and black pigments, a standing figure on black painted wood pedestal. It’s in very fine condition without any chips but ordinally cracks with its age. Measurements: 27 1/2” H x 12 1/2” W x 8 1/2” D (69.3cm h...
Korean Joseon dynasty (early 20th century) brush pot designed with three cylindrical connected brush holders of varying lengths carved with a variety of animals, including a stalking tiger, tortoise, deer, and crane all stained in a golden brown against a dark brown recessed background. The animals are set among pines and bamboo. A pair of tortoises walk on water. The tallest brush holder holds four ideographs surrounded by a fretwork band...
Antique Korean money trunk or chest made with a beautiful lacquered hardwood, iron fittings along the sides and iron latch in front. Size: 12" H, 30" L, 13" D
Antique Korean two section kitchen chest with lattice style double doors, small drawers, hinged doors on bottom with stand, a roomy interior, beautiful, dark lacquer hardwood. 19th Century (circa 1920's) Size: 70.5" H, 40.5" W, 17.5" D
Antique Korean chest made with beautiful burl hardwood front panels. Four drawers run along the top section, while both have central doors with decorative brass plating. The interior is lined with old paper. 19th Century original condition and finish. Size: 52" total height (23" H per section) (stand 6" H), 35.5" L, 16.5" D
Korean Art and Antiques
Very Fine and Rare Goryeo Dynasty Inlaid Celadon Cosmetic Box, 12th to 13th Century. The last photo here is a similar example that was in Christie's September 22, 2005 Sale of Japanese and Korean Art. We are sure you will agree that the Christie's example is not as refined, detailed, and beautifully designed as the piece that we offer here, with its inlaid lotus, geese, willow tree, and reeds. The condition is also excellent...
Korean Art and Antiques
Exceptional Example of a Joseon Dysnasty Blue and White Painted Porcelain Bottle with a lovely design and form, exquisitely painted in the classic court style. The sensitive and skilled painter of this fine bottle began with a light blue ring around the neck and two darker rings at the foot under the Youi scroll design that encircles the bottom of the body. The Youi is a mushroom-shaped scepter or talisman...
An antique & very charming painting of the Mountain God (Sansin) sitting under a pine tree and accompanied by his tiger and an young acolyte. Colors and ink on coarse cotton cloth. Sansin is originally a Daoist nature God that has become very important in the Korean culture particularly in the cult of the mountains; Iconographically he is depicted as a Daoist Immortal. Framed, Korean-style behind glass. Korea, Late Choson, around 1900. H 50 cm, W 31 cm (picture frame)...