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Burmese Lacquer TEA STORAGE JAR 1870-1910

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Lacquer: Pre 1920   item# 257788 (stock# B-019)

Burmese Lacquer TEA STORAGE JAR 1870-1910
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$520 

Burmese Lacquer TEA STORAGE JAR with lid, with a design motif of "ku-nan-kan-byat" or Yunnan semicircle design and Zodiac animals in the rosettes. Condition is worn, there are spots were the orange-red lacquer has been rubbed off with constant handling, and the black lacquer underneath is exposed. This Jar was cut at the collar and so it sits approx. a 1/2" shorter than it should. This is not immediately evident. Dimensions are 8.5 inches in height and approx. 7.75" in diame ...click for details


Khmer sandstone LAKSMI, 19th Century

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Sculpture: Pre 1900   item# 196752 (stock# O-4)

Khmer sandstone LAKSMI, 19th Century
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Laksmi (Sri) the Hindu Goddess of Beauty and Good Fortune, the wife of Vishnu (the preserver) who descended to earth as one of Vishnu's avataras. She is holding the attributes of a conch shell, a disc, a ball and a club. She is standing on the buffalo shaped demon Mahisa, whom she has conquered. Circa: 19th Century. Condition is good, except for the tip of the right buffulo's horn which was broken and repaired and a small black "mold" spot on the back (see enlargement # 6 ) Dim ...click for details


BEETLENUT Container, Burmese LACQUER

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Lacquer: Pre 1920   item# 257420 (stock# B-101)

BEETLENUT Container, Burmese LACQUER
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$260 

A Large (10" in height x 10.75" diameter) 4 piece (2 Trays) BURMESE BEETLENUT BOX, in LACQUER with designs from the Burmese Zodiac! Even the sides and bottoms of the two inside trays are covered with colored designs. There are elephants, monkeys, birds, Griffins, rats and dancers adorning the circumference of this container which was used for keeping Beetlenut, Lime and Salt for those addicted to this custom! Condition is good, but there is some loss of color as to be ewxpected from la ...click for details


Lacquer Covered MONK's BOWL/stand,BURMA

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Lacquer: Pre 1920   item# 257549 (stock# B-103)

Lacquer Covered MONK's BOWL/stand,BURMA
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$1,100 for a total of 4 pieces; Bowl, Lid, inside Tray & Stand 

Burmese COVERED MONK'S BOWL with LID and INSIDE TRAY and Black lacquer STAND. This lacquerware bowl is not only beautifully proportioned, but it is made from WOVEN BAMBOO, rather than the typical COILED bamboo, which gives it more strength and beauty because the pattern is discernable under the layers of cinnabar lacquer! The stand is also made from woven bamboo! Condition, good overall, there are a few small "nicks," about the size of a matchhead on the lid. There is one spot on ...click for details


4 Pottery SHARDS from PAGAN, Burma, 9th-13th Century

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1492   item# 356583 (stock# B-003)

4 Pottery SHARDS from PAGAN, Burma, 9th-13th Century
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$230 

Four (4) Terracotta SHARDS of water jars or perhaps Kendi, from the ancient city of Pagan (Bagan) Burma, along the banks of the Irrawaddy River in central Burma.(Mynamar) Circa: 9th-13th Century. The largest shard has a 2.5 inch diameter and the smallest is 1.5 inches. See other lots,ShibuiArt# B-001 and B-002 for more authentic shards from Pagan.


Buddha's head in Terracotta, Thailand

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Sculpture: Pre 1700   item# 178904 (stock# TH-009)

Buddha's head in Terracotta, Thailand
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$290 with COA 

A well rendered terracotta bust of the Buddha's bust with arching eyebrows, downcast eyes, aquinine nose, moustache, full protruding lips in a smile, elongated ear lobes and a urshina. The total height is 8" x approx. 4". The bust itself measures 4.25" x 3.25". The lower right ear lobe is missing 20% and there is some damage to the back of the left urshina which is to be expected in this medium.There is a Certificate of Antique which states that this is from Thailand, Sup ...click for details


Northern Thai pottery JAR with provenance, 15-16thC.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1700   item# 994752 (stock# TH-10-4)

Northern Thai pottery JAR with provenance, 15-16thC.
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$775 

Northern Thai pottery brown and cream glazed covered BOX with a fruit stem handle surrounded by a raised stylized calyx and a band of star points at the trim of the lid. The body has a band of vegetal scrolls. Provenance: Arthur M. Sackler Collection # 72.3.267A & 72.3.367b (see base and inside of cover.)Purchased at Christie's in NYC. Condition is good, but there are abrasions and some nicks and losses with a very very small firing crack in the inside rim which otherwise is not damaged ...click for details

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