A large finely glazed Hu shaped vase with guan type glaze, 19th Century, Chinese. In perfect condition with no restoration, chips or repairs. Purchased in 1955 at the Charlotte Horstmann Gallery Hong Kong. 12 7/8 inches high. Exhibited at the Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Ne.
A fine Chinese porcelain vase, 18th Century. Sea green celadon glaze with molded design of key fret, flowers and petal lappets. 39.5 cm. height, perfect condition. Chenghua molded mark on the base. Published and illustrated in the catalog "Elegence of the Qing Court" of the Joslyn Art Museum
A rare five spouted 18th Century Chinese Vase with brilliant turquoise glaze. 29.5 cm height. perfect condition. Published and Illustrated in the exhibition catalog, Elegance of the Qing Court, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraksa. An identical vase sold Christie's London.
a Rare Song Tzu Chou pottery jar and cover. Rare to find such jars with cover. 4 1/4 inches high, 4 1/2 inches greatest width.no restoration or repairs Provenance Alice Boney collection. Original receipt from Alice Boney provided to the buyer
This is a very fine and rare Qing Dynasty Belt hook, 19th Century, late Qing Dynasty. All original with carved jade and agate stones, on either end carved with writhing dragons. An identical one sold Christies for $7800. length 5 inches. Fine original condition. exhibited Joslyn Art Museum, ex collection the famous late Collector Alice Boney
These are a rare matched pair of jade/gilt bronze belt hangings. Mutton fat jade, no chips or breaks, Required wear for Qing Court as Qing robes had no pockets and these hanging were affixed to a belt so as to enable the wearer to carry items. Exhibited at the Joslyn Art Museum. length of each 3 3/4 inches. All original
A very rare Imperial Guangxu (1878-1908) Mark and Period Imperial Yellow and Iron Red Birthday cup. Pristine condition, height 6.4 cm. Exhibited and published in Elegance of the Qing Court, Joslyn Art Museum. A rare example , marked Guangxu nian zhi
A very rare Mother of pearl inlaid lacquer brush and cover, 17th Century; in perfect condition, ex collection of the famed collector/dealer Alice Boney, approx 7 inches in length. was exhibited in the Scholar Art Exhibition at the University of Pennsylvania