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
Hand painted porcelain serving dish, maker¡¯s mark (Chen Tai Xiang made) on the back. Dated 1922 depicting two ladies appreciating flowers in the garden. Some color, especially gold, has slightly rubbed off. It is in good condition. L: 10 ¼ inches, W: 8 inches, H: 2 ¼ inches
Qing Dynasty famille verte plates. The hand-painted plates depict the story of ¡°The lady of the red whisk¡±. On the back of each plate there is a ¡°Tong Zhi¡± (1862~1874) seal mark. They are in excellent condition. Diam: 7 inches
Late 19th century blue and white porcelain bird feeders. Hand painted with three horses resting under a willow tree. They are an unusual hexagonal shape and in perfect condition.
H: 1 ¼ inches, W: 2 ½ inches
Western Jin (ca.300 A.D.) style Chinese bronze incense burner. Probably a later production. A boy is riding on a legendary animal (a turtle body with dragon or Qilin head). His right arm is raised up holding a traditional incense burner (Bo Shan Lu). It is in excellent condition.
H: 10 inches, W: 5 inches, D: 3 ¼ inches
19th century Chinese 3 tier fitted mahogany box, heavily carved with patterns and coin motif. Brass corners on each tier. Two corners are missing. Good condition.
H: 9 ½ inches, W: 13 ½ inches, D: 7 inches