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Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1980 item #1413775 (stock #6293)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$200.00
Complete set of five Shan esoteric Buddhist images. These consist of a Buddha, three monks and a chedi. These are covered with traditional gold and back lacquer and the bodies are made from compressed powdered herbs or temple incense ash. They have a quirky abstract quality to them, their facelessness represents that the individual is inconsequential but has the potential for becoming a Buddha, on the bottom are the eight Burmese zodiac symbols based on the days of the week...
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1837 VR item #1408885 (stock #6200)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$400.00
Early 19th century lacquer box from the Gadu-Gadan region with domed top and bottom (philone gaunglone). There are 16 separate panels decorated with mythical beasts, dancers and quirky symbols on the side and bird pattern on the top and bottom. Please note last photo for reference which is dated 1850 (possibly earlier) from Lacquerware Journeys—Than Htun. The piece I have is actually far more intricate...
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1408162 (stock #6177)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$300.00
Very rare late 19th century small lacquer box with a bird in concentric circles on both concave top and bottoms unusual simple geometric designs on the side. For a box of this age, it is in very good condition some loss to lacquer on the edges and bottom of lid. For the specialist collector of Burmese lacquer ware. D: 10.1cm/4in and H: 7.1cm/2.8in.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1407867 (stock #LACQ-026)
JJ Oriental
$285.00
A black lacquer with red interior household basket of Victorian design made for Europeans in Burma during that era. These were made in Kyaukkae in the Chinwin District. Size: H:32cm. W.30cm. L.36.5 Condition: No repairs. Some loss of lacquer from age. See photos.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1406202 (stock #SE149)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
$135.00
This is a page from the rare Burmese Buddhist Sutra manuscript called the the KAMMAVACA. The pages of these religious sutras were made from a thin strip of bamboo covered with cloth (frequently monks robes) which was thickly coated with red lacquer and gold leaf decoration. Lacquer from tamarind seed was used for the square black lettered text which is in the now extinct Burmese religious script of Pali...
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1400554 (stock #5065)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$120.00
Rare black Lanna lacquer box circa 70 to 90 years old in excellent condition given its age, no repairs or big chunk missing, from Chiang Mai. Genuine old examples of Thai lacquer are quite rare these days as most have been bought up by Thai collectors. H: 8.7cm/3.4in and D: 11cm/4.2in.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1397910 (stock #BTBX-001)
JJ Oriental
$375.00
A 19th century "Yun" lacquered betel box with incised design. The box is divided into two pieces. The box is for betel leaves and lime, areca nuts, clove and other ingredients. Size: H. 7 cm. Diameter:11 cm. Condition: No repairs
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1394960
DAY FINE ARTS
£330.00
Unusual Thai betel nut lacquered and inlaid with bone container. 15cm high, 16 cm lid radius. undated, estimated to be late 19th or early 20 th century. Can be viewed in central London and shipped worldwide.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1394828
DAY FINE ARTS
£440.00
Decorated .Burmese lacquered betel nut container. Ex Henry Brownrigg Collection London 18 cm high 18 cm lid diameter. undated, estimated to be late 19th early 20th century. Generally good condition, small damage to bottom base rim. Can be viewed in central London and shipped worldwide..
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1394826
DAY FINE ARTS
£440.00
Burmese betel nut container, gilded relief work with glass insets. 17 cm high, 15 cm lid diameter. Undated, estimated to be late 19th/ early 20th century. generally good condition, some missing glass and crack in base. Can be viewed in central London and shipped worldwide.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1837 VR item #1392933 (stock #LACQ-007)
JJ Oriental
$2,750.00
A very rare large gilded Royal Thayo receptacle created in Mandalay for Buddhist votive use. Thayo is made by mixing lacquer with sifted paddy husks to which pulverized bone is added for strength, resulting in a sort of plastic like material easily molded or stamped in a relief design. Size: H. 104 cm. 40.5 inches W. 44 cm. 17 inches. Condition: No repairs.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1388621 (stock #DB1275)
AntiqueTica.com
A set of rare and complete Burmese manuscript (KAMMAVACA) made from thick cloth coated with gold and lacquer in nice condition. It was written in the Pali language using Burmese script. The square letters were written in thick and black cinnabar lacquer. This set has 16 leaves and 2 wooden covers made from teak wood. Each leave was inscribed on both sides with illustrations of deity figures from Hindu-Buddhist mythology on some leaves...
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1383566
Zentner Collection
$1,750.00
Burmese lacquered harp, or Saung, the body carved with gilt floral motifs and inlaid glass. The tip of the curved neck ends in a stylized gilt leaf with inlaid glass. The 14-stringed instrument sits displayed on a carved wood stand with temple guardians and lotuses.

Dimensions: 32" L x 5" W x 28" H (no stand) 32" L x 12" W x 33" H (on stand)
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1379721 (stock #LACQ-004)
JJ Oriental
$675.00
A elegant lacquerware for monastery use. Made in Kyaukka, in the lower Chindwin District in Burma, made from woven matting and coiled bamboo and lacquered in black and red. This piece has seven sections. These original Kyaukka pieces are difficult to come by. Size: H. 38cm. W. 40cm. Condition: All original. Some minor chips and one small piece re-glued on. See photo.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1379396 (stock #4215)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$400.00
Exceptionally rare early 20th century small, complete betel box with za-yun pattern, emulating English embroidery stitching. There are some cracks on the lacquer surface as well minor losses on the edge (especially on the inner box) all visible in enlargements. This is a specialist’s collector piece, for real lovers of Burmese lacquer. H: 8.4cm/3.3in and D:11.6cm/4.4in
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1900 item #1365263 (stock #BBB-002)
JJ Oriental
$675.00
A gilded bird with stand in relief molded lacquer, gilded with inset colored glass. The bird is the symbol of Burma. Age:late 19th century Size with stand: H.22cm. L.23cm. W.13.5cm. Condition: No repairs
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1910 item #1364610 (stock #BBB-003)
JJ Oriental
$375.00
A unusual and nicely made gilded relief dome cover Monk's alms bowl with glass inserts. Most of these types of bowls were made in Mandalay. Size: H. 19.2cm. W. 11cm. Condition: No repairs.
Southeast Asian : Lacquerware : Pre 1920 item #1364242 (stock #4018)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$175.00
Two rare Burmese/Shan small betel containers, 60 to 100 years old with “ku-nan kan byat” patterns and original inner trays. Genuine antique Burmese lacquer is almost impossible to find these days; I picked the larger one up in a small shop Luang Prabang, Laos in 1998. H: 8.7cm/3.4in and W: 10.2cm/4in, and the smaller one, H: 6.7cm/2.7in and D: 7.7cm/3in, in Chiang Mai this year. These have some old repairs, as well as a pleasing craclature typical of antique Burmese lacquer.
 
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