LArge BRASS BOWL (suitable for fruit) from the Indonesian Island of Java, with no design. Diameter is 10 1/8" at the rim and 5 3/4" diameter at the bottom. The height is 4 1/2". There is a "beaten metal" look to the sides with a small 1 1/2" crack near the bottom (see pix #5) which makes this bowl not suitable for liquids. Circa: 1930's.
Large BRASS SPITTOON or Cuspidor, from the Indonesian Island of Java with intricate floral and geometric designs! There is some slight damage, a repair to the upper inside rim (see photo #2), a repair to the body and a repair to the base. All of these blemishes do not noticeably detract from the overall design, beauty and interest of this wonderfully shaped and hand-made brass vessel! The height is 12 inches or 30.5 cms. and the diameter at the top is 10 inches or 25.4 cms. Circa: 1930's, pe ...click for details
BRASS metal rectangular PLANTER BOX, from the island of JAVA in Indonesia. Patina is bright but there are several small holes in the upper sides of this planter. Can be used as a planter and is still water-proof.
Inside dimensions are 7.75" x 4" x 2.5 inches in height. Circa 1930's.
Impressive BRASS BOWL from the Indonesian Island of Java, with a broad pedestal foot.
Finely engraved with a scrolling foliate on the shoulder between an egg & dart borders; with 6 alternating cartouches of plum trees and Buddhist symbols. Condition is good except for a 1.3 inch crack at the rim (see pix #2) Circa, 1930's. Dimensions: Diameter @ top = 6.75 inches, diameter at base is 6.25 inches and the height is 5 inches.
Large Indonesian BRASS BOWL with floral and Buddhist designs from the island of Java. Suitable for fruit or punch (water-tight) or just decoration. Condition is pretty good, no cracks, some dings and bumps. Diameter at top is 10.75 inches (27.3 cms) and the height is 5 7/8 inches (14.9 cms) The diameter of the base is 6 1/8 inches or 15.7 cms. Circa: pre World War II, 1930's.
Solid brass metal Indonesian (Java) eight-sided BOWL with a scrolling foliate design on all outside surfaces. Suitable for a potted plant; nice patina, only one seam at the base is not joined properly,(see enlargement #4) otherwise in fine condition. Circa, 1930's.