Description: A unique kettle of Northern Song Dynasty was applied with single black glaze. Intriguingly molded shape with skin liked glaze, the kettle stands by its splayed and well-shaped foot ring. Dark glaze being neatly trimmed to the lower half of the belly, the full ovoid body showed its original gray clay beneath. Dust-like incursions were obvious all over the surface when the glaze reflection was introspective and charming. Northern Song Dynasty(10th-11th century). Height: 3 1/4in.
A fine, Chinese carved and openwork light celadon jade pendant/plaque with unique form and of archaistic design comprised of a go through carved dragon on the top; the jade of fairly pure coloration; good condition. Date as 19/20 century. 5mm X 30mm X 48mm.
A beautifully 13th Century glazed tripod censer with an excellent dark green glaze. The typical shape is pulling away at the inside and outside edges of the mouth rim in precise circular rings emphasizing the well-proportioned form and revealing the dark porcelain body beneath. Condition: excellent. Dimensions: 5in x 5in x 4in.
A Chinese nephrite jade carved as a seated dog turning his head. The stone is gray with slight green tinge and is very well carved and tactile. Size: approx. 1 3/4 inches long and 1 1/4 inches high. Good condition. Age: C. 1900 if not earlier.
Antique highly carved rosewood side table, made for export, scalloped top, and beautiful hardwood with elaborately carved legs with claw feet and demon faces, apron is carved with flowers and birds, Circa 1890—early Republic Period. Size: 19in X 19in X20in.
A round white jade plaque was in a joyful subject- lotus and fly bird in one side and a Chinese character on the rear. Well carved & well polished. The shape is really unusual. Good condition. Dimensions: 1/4in X 2 1/8in X 2 1/8in.
Description: A 18/19th Century nephrite white jade piece was carved as two fish. It was a typical design of Ming/Qing Dynasty. In adequate size, the jade piece was an ideal accessory in the past and in nowadays as well. Date: Qing Dynasty(15/19th Century), Dimensions: 1/2in x 7/8in x 2 1/2in. Good Condition and Nice patina.
A porcelain vase was finely molded. Based on the glaze color and the body clay's quality, the vase was justified as a product from the prosperous period of Tang Dynasty. Faint crackles were spread under the glaze. By a simple and beautiful shape, it is in perfect condition. Date: Tang Dynasty,(7th-9th century). Height: 6 1/2in.
A fine, Chinese carved and openwork light celadon jade pendant/plaque with unique form and of archaistic design comprised of club and bamboo in an interlocking pattern; the jade of fairly pure coloration; good condition. Date as 19/20 Century. 5mm X 42mm X 54mm.