19th century Chinese fan shape ivory carving with stand. One side depicts the popular legendary story of Madame White Snake; the other side presents a short outline of the story. There are a few small crack lines due to age and a small chip on the leg of the custom made stand. It is in good condition. H: 5 inches (7¾ inches with stand), W: 12 inches, D:1 inch
Ming Dynasty (1368~1615) 3-color glazed pavilion. A bright yellow roof is supported by four columns. Around each column a dragon curls from the base to the roof. Compared to the most Ming burial pieces such as figures, furniture, horses, etc., this is an unusually rare piece. It is in excellent condition. H: 12 ¼ inches, W: 7 inches(base) 4 inches(pavilion) 7 inches(roof)
Chinese Ming Dynasty(1368~1615) celadon plate. The plate is 14 inches in diameter and 2 ½ inches tall. It is embossed with a flower and wave design. It is in very good condition with one hair line crack.
19th century Chinese porcelain snuff bottle molded like a string of grapes. The cap is made of turquoise; the original spoon is gone. There are no chips or crack lines. The leaves show different tones of green. It is a neat piece and in good condition. H: 3 ¾ inches, W: 2 inches
19th century Chinese yellow cast porcelain snuff bottle with Qian Long mark. The mark is fictitious which is quite common. One side depicts a bird on a tree; another side is a landscape. The yellow stone cap and spoon are later replacements. There are no chips or crack lines but some stains due to the age. It is in good condition. H: 2 ¾ inches, W: 1 7/8 inches
Han Dynasty (200 B.C.~220 A.D.) green glazed burial candle holders. The entire body of each piece shows an iridescent sheen. Each one has small air hole for firing. They are very pleasant and in good condition. H: 5 inches, W: 4 ¼ inches
Han Dynasty (200 B.C.~220 A.D.) dark green glazed bowl with cloud and crane design. Small chips on the rim. Outside there are three stacking marks from firing. Iridescent parts appear inside the bowl. It is in good condition. H: 3 ¼ inches, Diam: 6 ¾ inches
Chinese porcelain planter hand painted by Huang Ming Guang in 1919. This four sided planter has calligraphy on two sides; a bird in flowers and a landscape are on other two sides. Some color has rubbed off and there are small chips on the rim. It is in fairly good condition. H: 4 ¼ inches, W: 4 inches