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
20th century Chinese woodcarving of a smiling Lo Han seated on a rock. One hand is resting on his upraised leg; the other is holding a Ling-Zhi. His shawl is loosely draped over his shoulder. Minor repair on the bottom. H: 7 inches, W: 2 ¾ inches, D: 3 inches
17th or 18th century Chinese wood Guan Yin (Goddess of Mercy) statue. One hand is holding a ”°Bo”± (alms bowl). Most of the lacquer has peeled off. Crack lines and small chips due to the age.
H: 27 ½ inches, W: 7 inches, D: 7 inches
A pair of pre-war Japanese hand painted Satsuma style bowls. One depicts a samurai holding a sword with skeletons at his side. The other depicts a lord carrying a vase. Both bowls are irregularly shaped. Not signed and in very good condition.
H: 2 ¼ inches, Diam: 5 ½ inches
20th century Japanese tea bowl. This piece has a blue, green, gray and beige glaze over brown clay. Signed but not legible. Small chips around the rim quite possibly from firing.
H: 3 ¼ inches, Diam: 5 inches
17th century S. E. Asian pottery. Dark brown glaze covers 2/3 of the entire body. The bottom shows the light brown clay. The dragon design on the top is provincial and primitive. There is a chip from kiln firing.
H: 8 ½ inches, D: 5 ½ inches