A unique heavy oriental iron censer of cylinder form with three short molded part lines. The body of the censer is separated into three circles. It is in perfect condition and with charming patina. The Censer measures approximately 5in in diameter and 2in in height. Dating 15th Century. It is a good sample of the casting technique in Ming dynasty.
A rare bronze “Bo” or offering container with looped handles. Nice body shape with fine green partly encrusted patina, remnants of soil encrustations. Age: Qin Dynasty (First Emperor) 221-206BC. Size: 7in x 7 1/2in x 3in. Condition: No repairs, very good condition.
Description: A tripod bronze censer was cast in an elegant shape. By a fine proportion, the subtly slanted feet supported the circular basin in a stylish way. Having been kept in an enduring and charming patina, the censer was in excellent condition without any dents. Date Qing dynasty(18th century), Width: 3 1/2in, Height: 2 1/8, Weight: 280g.
A unique 19th Century silver balance with function. There are 6 marks on the body. All of the parts have real function. It was made in high quality and precision. Good condition and good patina. Length of the weighbeam: 6 3/4in.
A nice bronze Chinese seal 19th /20th C. It is in a tiny size with charming details and beautiful patina. It was a private name-seal of the famous KUNQU opera master—Bei Zhong Mei in early 20th C. We got it from a serious antique collector in Su Zhou City in 1980’. Height: 1in. Excellent condition.
An iron bull figure made in late 19th C / early 20th C. Nice body shape with fine partly encrusted patina. It could be a great decoration item for your living room. Size: 11in x 6in x 6in. Condition: very good condition