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Korean Joseon Painting Scholar Official Rank Badge

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Pre 1900   item# 1259196

Korean Joseon Painting Scholar Official Rank Badge
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Korean Joseon dynasty (1392-1910) painted portrait of a seated scholar official executed in ink and color on paper. At the center of the robe is a rank badge holding a crane, indicating the gentleman is a civil official. The calligraphy states the bearded official is 41 years old. The painting is bordered with white silk and framed (no glass). 19th century or possibly earlier. Framed size: 41 1/2"V x 25 3/4"H (painting size: 20 3/4"V x 19 7/8"H). Very good overall condi ...click for details


Chinese Dated 1926 Paktong Baitong Scholar's Ink Box

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1930   item# 1258138

Chinese Dated 1926 Paktong Baitong Scholar's Ink Box
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Chinese Republic period rectangular form traveling scholar's white brass "paktong" (baitong) ink box with rounded corners finely incised on the top lid with five vertical lines of calligraphy encircled by a band of archaic form characters all centered over a background of blossoming branches. The inscription addresses the appreciation of fine quality calligraphy. To the left of the calligraphy is the Chinese cycle year date for the Year of the Tiger (1926), summer season, and to t ...click for details


3 Chinese Qing Scholar's Desk Articles Robin's Egg

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1256930

3 Chinese Qing Scholar's Desk Articles Robin's Egg
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Three Chinese late Qing dynasty to Republic period robin's egg (called lu Jun, or "furnace Jun") glazed porcelain scholar's desk articles including a hexagonal form water pot with an applied qilong climbing on the side (about 3" diameter by 2 1/8" high), a ribbon bound triple-gourd vase with three openings (4 1/2" high), and a rectangular brush holder in the form of a stove (2 3/8"L x 1 3/4"D x 1 3/4"H). Developed in the 18th century, the lu Jun ...click for details


Large Chinese Qing Scholar's Hongmu Guanpixiang Box

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1256612

Large Chinese Qing Scholar's Hongmu Guanpixiang Box
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Large and heavy Chinese late Qing dynasty scholar's hardwood box (guanpixiang) suitable for holding documents, seals, ink sticks, and other desktop items. This form of furniture was originally constructed as a jewelry box for ladies, but was also used later as a scholar's box. A removable panel on the front lifts to reveal two narrow document trays at the top, five drawers in the mid-section, and one narrow document tray at the bottom. The top tray is disguised as a decorative element ...click for details


Large Chinese Qing Scholar's Natural Wood Scholar's Scroll Pot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1251136

Large Chinese Qing Scholar's Natural Wood Scholar's Scroll Pot
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Large Chinese late Qing dynasty scholar’s wood scroll pot, covered in natural protrusions. Measures about 11 3/4” high x 8 3/4” diameter at the rim and weighs about 3 lbs. (1.5kg). The flat base is a separate piece of wood that is not removable. Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition. This piece is from the private collection of former American expatriates to Hong Kong in the 1970s and 1980s.


Chinese Qing Blue White Porcelain Fish Bowl Scroll Pot

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1246861

Chinese Qing Blue White Porcelain Fish Bowl Scroll Pot
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Chinese Qing dynasty ovoid form porcelain fish bowl decorated around the circumference in underglaze blue on a white ground with lotus seedpods and scrolling tendrils topped by a border of alternating pendant spear points and ruyi heads. The pot tapers to an unglazed, flat, slightly recessed base. The interior, rolled rim, and raised rib under the rim are all glazed white. This vessel could also be used as a scholar's scroll pot for storing rolled handscrolls. 7 1/8” high x 9 1/4” diamete ...click for details


Chinese Qing Burlwood Scholar's Root Form Brushpot Bitong

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1241018

Chinese Qing Burlwood Scholar's Root Form Brushpot Bitong
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Chinese Qing dynasty burlwood scholar’s brushpot, or bitong, in natural root form covered with crevices and knotty protrusions. The mouth is wide and flaring. A flat, inset hardwood base is on the bottom. Water will drain from a naturally occurring small hole in one knotty area toward the bottom (see enlargement 7). 6 5/8” high x 4 3/4” diameter. Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition. There are a few red pigment spots visible in the interior edge from use. A red pi ...click for details


Chinese Qing Flambé Porcelain Scholar's Brush Washer

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1239842

Chinese Qing Flambé Porcelain Scholar's Brush Washer
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Chinese Qing dynasty compressed globular form porcelain brush washer covered overall in a rich flambé glaze with a jun-like quality. The base is has an applied bronze wash and the foot rim is unglazed. The edge of the rim is bordered with a thin, geyao type crackled white glaze. There is an old collector’s tag on the base. 19th century. 4 1/8” diameter by 1 1/4” high. Very good overall condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. This piece is from a Sun City, Arizona collection. It was ...click for details


Chinese Qing Carved Rootwood Fly-whisk Handle 19th C.

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1223412

Chinese Qing Carved Rootwood Fly-whisk Handle 19th C.
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Chinese Qing dynasty ornately carved rootwood fly-whisk handle. Fly-whisks were carried by Buddhist priests to wave away flies which, according to Buddhist tenets, they could not kill. The fly-whisk is also a symbol of leadership. 19th century. 10 3/8" long. Very good overall condition with a nice patina. There are a few thin cracks visible in the enlargements. This piece is from the private collection of American expatriates who lived in Hong Kong in the 1970s and 1980s. An example of a si ...click for details


Chinese Qing Guangxu Famille Rose Porcelain Brushpot Bitong Dragon

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1216163

Chinese Qing Guangxu Famille Rose Porcelain Brushpot Bitong Dragon
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Chinese late Qing dynasty Guangxu period cylindrical form porcelain scholar's brush pot (bitong) decorated in famille rose enamels with two opposing orange-red four-clawed dragons chasing flaming pearls above a border of green foaming waves. A yellow band with bats and stylized symbols extends around the mouth rim. The foot rim is unglazed. The base holds an orange-red square form four-character mark which translates “Zhang Yi Tai made.” 4” high x 4 ¾” diameter. Circa 1900. Very good ...click for details


Chinese Qing Guangxu Famille Rose Porcelain Figure Scholar Official

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1214963

Chinese Qing Guangxu Famille Rose Porcelain Figure Scholar Official
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Chinese late Qing dynasty Guangxu period porcelain figure decorated in famille rose enamels in the form of a scholar official standing in a long blue robe with black patterned highlights holding an open book. The base is unglazed. 10 1/2” high. Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition. There is a tiny chip or burst bubble in the glaze at the bottom of one sleeve. This figure is from the private collection of a former American resident in Guangzhou and Beijing from 1983- ...click for details


Chinese Qing Scholar's Brass Ink Stone Calligraphy Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1920   item# 1187780

Chinese Qing Scholar's Brass Ink Stone Calligraphy Box
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Chinese late Qing dynasty to early Republic period square form traveling scholar's brass ink box with rounded corners and copper bottom, engraved on the lid with a pair of ducks swimming in a pond among marsh grasses. Old caked ink residue remains in the interior. Dates from the early 20th century to possibly late 19th. 3" long x 3” wide x just over 1” high. Very good overall condition with wear and patina consistent with its age and use. There is a tiny dent in one side and the interio ...click for details


Chinese Qing Paktong Baitong Scholar's Ink Stone Box

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1910   item# 1187721

Chinese Qing Paktong Baitong Scholar's Ink Stone Box
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Chinese Qing Guangxu period square form paktong traveling scholar's ink box with rounded corners featuring a central shou (longevity) character flanked by a pair of bats, symbols of joy and happiness. 19th century. Measures 1 7/8” x 1 5/8” x 7/8.” Very good overall condition with wear consistent with its age and use. A portion of the hinge is not attached but is easily repairable (see enlargement 8). This piece is from the private collection of American expatriates who lived in Hong Kon ...click for details


Chinese Qing Scholar's Brass Ink Stone Box with Rabbits

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1920   item# 1051534

Chinese Qing Scholar's Brass Ink Stone Box with Rabbits
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Chinese late Qing dynasty to early Republic period circular form traveling scholar's brass ink stone box engraved on the top with three rabbits and a butterfly. The calligraphy for "rabbit" is incised at the upper left. The number "20" is on the base. The caked ink residue remains in the interior. Dates from the early 20th century. 2 1/2" diameter by 7/8” high. Good overall condition with a lot of patina consistent with its age and use. I have not cleaned or polishe ...click for details


Chinese Yuan Qingbai Yingqing Dish Scholar Brush Washer

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1492   item# 1030487

Chinese Yuan Qingbai Yingqing Dish Scholar Brush Washer
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Chinese Yuan dynasty (1250-1350) blue-green qingbai (yingqing) shallow form dish, possibly used as a scholar's porcelain brush washer, with flat glazed base and unglazed rim finely decorated with a central impress-moulded pair of fish swimming among water plants within a patterned band. Significant traces of the metal band that once protected the porcelain remain on the rim. There are tiny hairline cracks around the interior cavetto which appear to be from the original production. These are ...click for details

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