This fine bowl has a circular shaped form. The body is divided into six panels each with an individual chased and embossed design such as playing children, cherry blossom, chrysanthemum and bamboo. The bowl has a shaped rim denoting the panels. The bowl is supported by three impressive cast dragon feet.
This fine bowl is a very good gauge of silver, fine quality and in excellent condition.
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A very lovely and fine natural green jadeite pendant (PEI) carved in the shape of bamboo with a bat from the 19th century China. Bamboo pendant(PEI) means: Growing up step by step ("Jie Jie Gao Shen"). The color of this piece of jadeite is all natural without any artificial color enhancement. The bottom kept the natural jadeite skin. Cleverly carved a very small hole on the top stem for hanging chain. Excellent condition. This item comes with a fitted box. ...click for details
This is a wonderful antique set of six Chinese silver spoons, carved with Chinese characters meaning of "fortune","happiness", and "longevity". Each spoon is 12.80cm (5 1/8") tall, and has gold washed spoon surface. Total weight is 87g. Marked on the back. Excellent condition.
Antique Chinese silk embroidered panel in original hardwood frame inlaid with mother of pearl. This type of embroidery work is called "Yue Xiu" in China. The panel is displaying two finely detailed peacocks below a flowering tree surrounded by birds and butterflies. The combination of yulan magnolia (Yu Lan) and peony flower means "Yu Tang Fu Gui" in Chinese. The birds on plum tree is called "Xi Shang Mei Shao" in Chinese. The mother of the pearl are shaped in &quo ...click for details
This is a snuff bottle carved from a solid piece of precious Burma red ruby. The ruby is very hard to be carved. Comes with Jadeite stopper. Burma ruby was much more rare in Qing dynasty than today. It was made for someone with high social status and wealth. Height: 6.5 cm. Weight: 77 gram. Good condition with no damage.
A hand hammered Chinese Silver platter from the 19th Century Qing Dynasty. Two engraved flying dragons in the center. Nice repousse work of flowers and figures in 8 side windows. The flowers represent famous four Chinese scholar subjects "Mei, Lan, Zhu, Ju". The scenery represents scholars ideal life in the countryside. Chinese hallmark engraved on the bottom. Diameter: 22 cm. Net weight: 304 grams. Very good condition.