Hand Made IRANIAN (Persia) COPPERWARE VASE TABLE LAMPS with no lampshades. Intricate designs on copper vases create unique table lamps with beautiful patina. EAch base (or vase) is 24 inches in height with a diameter of 7 inches. The total overall height of each lamp with shade is 35 inches or 89 cms. The lamp shades diameters are 15.5" x 16.25" in height. Circa: early 20th Century.
A large diameter (14.25 inches (29 cms.) Chinese 19th Century off white porcelain BOWL.
Beautiful bowl with no chips or restorations or cracks, although there are some areas on the rim where the glaze did not adhere during the firing process. (see photos) Overall, a beautiful bowl that can be used and enjoyed!
Late 19th/early 20th Century CHINESE Famille Noir, PORCELAIN VASE LAMP in Baluster form with 2 bulb cluster head, chain pull switches. Outstanding white Birds of Paradise and cherry blossoms in pink and peonies in blue, orange and pink adorn this impressive Vase. The lamp was assembled less than 7 yrs ago by FOSS Lamp Studio in Oakland, CA. No chips or cracks or restorations to the vase. The total height of the lamp with shade is 37.5 inches with a diameter of 9.5". The Vase measures 17.5&q ...click for details
Northern Thai pottery JAR, brown & cream glaze, the design incised on the biscuit and brown painted directly on the biscuit. The lid has a flower design with a lotus handle and the rim with radiating star points. The body of the jar has a band of vegetal scrolls. Provenance: Arthur M. Sackler Collection, # 72-3-369A and 72-3-369b. Previously from Frank Caro. Purchased at Christie's in NYC. Condition is quite good, although there is some crazing, abrasions and some deterioration to the gl ...click for details
Sold- with Oxford T.L. Test Certificate, purchased from Christie's, Amsterdam
TWO SEPARATE GRAY POTTERY, CHINESE HAN Dynasty Horse and Rider with a Oxford Thermoluminenscence Certificate tested in 2 places is consistent with the date (Western Jin Dynasty, 265-317 AD) purchased from Christies in Amsterdam, Holland. The rider is a "foreigner," with tunic and hat. This gray pottery piece has traces of pigment and slip. There is also a crack on one of the legs. Minor restorations. Very unusual to have BOTH horse AND rider together. The rider comes with the Certific ...click for details
Sold to to CA. - from Christie's NYC with Provenance!
Chinese Tang Dynasty (618-905) stonewear phosphatic brown glazed EWER. The ovoid body set on the high shoulder with two loop handles applied at the base of the neck between the short conical spout and the double strap handle, covered with a dark brown glaze highlighted by splashes of milky blue glaze draining from the neck, the top of the canted rim wiped clean and the interior of the neck glazed brown. Lot # 393, Christie's NYC, 29 March, 2006. Provenance: Sze Yuan Tang Collection, Christi ...click for details
Stone Burmese BUDDHA in Bhumisparsa mudra (Touching the Earth to call witness style) from the city of Pagan, Burma. This Buddha has traces of lime which covered it when it was purchased. Condition, as expected, there is chipping and pitting and cracks. (see enlargement # 4.) Height is 23 inches (58.4cms.) x 11.5"(29.2cms)width at the knees. Circa: 11th-12th Century.
Price available upon request - with Bluett,London label.
Chinese ceramic, Yongzheng (1723-1735) porcelain, SOUFFLE, Coral-glazed VASE with a baluster shaped body rising to a wide flaring mouth from a high spreading base. There is a "bow-string," band around the shoulder of the vase. White glaze appears on the uppermost outer lip of the rim and interior. The base is cut high, with no glaze. The biscuit is typical of Kangxi/Yongzheng fine porcelains: pure dense white. The souffle glaze was applied through a small diameter bamboo tube with a f ...click for details
Chinese, TANG Dynasty pottery baluster shaped BOWL on a spreading pedestal foot with SANCAI glaze. Deaccensioned from the Ulrichehamn Museum in Sweden, #1141; from the Tectus Collection. Purchased from Sotheby's in Paris December 18, 2008. Overall condition is good but with three very small restorations to the inside rim and with some slight degradation overall as to be expected. Dimensions: 2.75 inches (7 cms) in height x 3.75 inches (9 cms.) in width.
Japanese RED (with black lacquer "butterfly" legs) LACQUER TRAYS,19TH Century; a complete set of five (5) with distinctive shaped corners and legs. Condition is excellent, structurally sound and the lacquer is in good shape overall, with the exception of slight loss of lacquer on the bottom, due to age. Dimensions are 12.5 x 12.5 x 3 inches in height. Circa: 1800-1868.