Khmer, Cambodia, Ca. 12-14th Century CE.
A large bronze bowl of high tin content with five parallel lines encircling the bowl just under the rim. Bowl has small indention on base. Bronze has developed a nice green patina of several different hues. 7"D x 3-7/8"H, small dime-size repair and stable stress crack, otherwise intact. ...click for details
Khmer, Cambodia, Ca. 12th-14th Century CE. Deep bowl with a subtle center bump, bronze has developed a nice patina, with several shades of green, as well as hints of Azurite. Light tan mineral deposits on interior of bowl. Intact, save two losses on side. 5-3/4"D x 2-3/4"H.
Cambodia, Ca 1000 to 1200 CE. Cast bronze mirror of simple form with small incised circles on one side, silver applied to the other. Over the nearly 1000 years of burial, the silvered side has lost much of the original silver finish but this has been replaced with a lovely deep blue azurite. 5-3/8"D, intact and excellent.
Thailand, Ca 5th to 2nd century BCE. Cast bronze decorated bracelet, interior hollow to accommodate stone/clappers that would resonate like bells; decorated on top with repeating interlinked scrolls. 3-7/8" outer diameter, intact/excellent with nice green patina, interior with deep deposits.
A stunning example! Many times we choose items based on their tactile appeal. This is one such example! Cambodia, Khmer Empire, Ca. 900 to 1200 CE. Large bronze mirror with exquisite patina, especially on the decorated/non-reflective side. Comprised of eleven concentric circles with large central "boss," reverse smooth and once silvered for a highly reflective surface. 7-1/2"D (20cm), intact and choice with custom stand. ...click for details
Late Period, Thailand (Ban Chiang), ca. 300 BC – 200 AD. Bronze ladle with deep bucket / cup attachced to curved tripartite handle; small animal figure applied on end of handle, further accented by geometric pattern on very tip. Deep green black patina. Custom stand. 10-3/4"H as shown. Invisibly repaired, but looks near choice. For an almost exact example, see The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 1987.424.8.
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Cambodia, Angkor Wat Period, Ca. 12-14th Century. Deep plate / shallow bowl surrounded by pieced flower bud pattern; on a slight raised base. Bronze has taken nice patina over time. Encrustation as shown. 6-1/4"D, 1"H.
Southeast Asia, Cambodia, Dong Son Period, 500 B.C. Solid bronze bracelet is adorned with two large spirals on either side of bronze ring, joined by a small spiral in the middle. Both side spirals come to a dull point in the middle. Patina. Excellent condition save small crack in one spiral. Ring: 3-1/4"D, Spiral to spiral: 3-1/8"W. click for details
Khmer, Cambodia, Ca 1200 AD. Of circular shape / plain decoration, solid bronze bowl sits upon spreading footed base. 2"H x 3-7/8"D, intact/excellent condition with overall surface encrustation, as shown.