A very rare an unusual solid gold disc jewelry. It is unusual on how it was made with a gold bar inserted with two pins holding it in place. Nice collector's gold item.
Size: See last photo
A beautiful ancient assorted bead and gold spacing necklace from the Pyu Dynasty. The main carnelian rare bead with the motif of a deer and a beautiful mixture of rare Pyu beads.
Size: 42 cm end to end.
Age: 100 to 500 AD
A small striped Pyu carnelian bead with a hole for stringing.
Size: See last photo.
Hard to find bronze opium weight of the three headed white elephant god, Airavata. Has a wonderful warm patina. The photos don't do the color justice. You will not be disappointed. Measures 2.75 inches high. Dates circa 1850 or earlier.
A beautiful and very rare cross bead pendant necklace with a gold crown and with gold and agate beads from the Pyu Dynasty.
Size: 42 cm end to end. Pendent: 4cm X 4cm.
Beautiful circa 1880 area rug from the Shirwan area in the Caucasus. This has been restored, repaired, reselvedged and head ends stabilized over the years, so examine the enlargements closely. To get this kind of repair now would cost a lot more than what I am asking it. The drawing is still quite clear and sharp with a very charming design. All natural dyes- 149cm/58.5in x 107cm/42in.
Antique Tibetan burl wood metal bowl.
3 1/2" diameter x 2 inch tall.
The outside of this antique perfume bottle, from Afghanistan, is covered with silver metal which has a detailed, etched and fire polished design.
The bottom of the bottle reveals it lapis lazuli interior liner...bottle is approximately 4 inches tall
Old hand made tribal turkomen moon shaped silver necklace with carnelians with original chain...easy to wear...
Rare and beautiful circa 6th CE cylindrical large “barrel” shaped Pre Khmer banded agate bead. I acquired this about 13 years ago in Thailand; at that time I was told it came out of Cambodia...
An ancient carnelian necklace found in Southeast Asia. Many of these carnelian beads were traded around 3000 years ago in mainland Southeast Asia. Size: L. 66cm. end to end.
Dong Son bronze ladle from Cambodia with nice green patina, traces of original remain in good condition.
Age: Cambodia, Dong Son Period, 500 B.C. (size excluding stand)
Measurement: Length 32 C.M. / Width 10.1 C.M.
Condition: Nice condition overall (some expected degradation due to
its age). Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
Shipment: Worldwide shipping from Bangkok, Thailand at actual cost.
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A large Angkor Wat bronze pot from Cambodia. Beautiful patina with natural green incrustation. Size. H. 13.8cm W. 21.3cm.
Condition: No repairs
An interesting large grey schist carving of Mourners at Buddha's funeral - dates from the 2nd/3rd century. This fine piece is mounted safely on a shiny lacquered back board and measures 14" x 7 1/2" x 2 1/2" exclusive of its mounting.
The Gandharan Empire was located in what is now largely occupied by North West India, Pakistan and Afghanistan...
One of 3 pendants worn by bridegroom for wedding by Afganistan tribal group. The pendant is slightly domed and in very good condition. It is almost 4 inches across and 5.5 inches long including drops. I have hung the pendant on black cord for easy wearing as a necklace...
Rare antique silk Cambodian ikat lower garment. H: 90cm/35.5in L: 2.1m/7ft10in.
with a twill weave; unique among Southeast Asian textiles. This skill died out during the reign of the Khmer Rouge and has not yet recovered the skills and technique to make a textile of this quality. The size of this piece indicates it would have been worn by an upper class family much like a pantaloon with center being passed through the legs and tucked into the waist...
The saddle seat is Leather and decorated with small tuffs of wool yarn and strips of flat metal (presumed low grade silver) which are embed into the leather in an ornate geometric design.
I replaced the tie which secured the front of the seat to the metal saddle tree...the original cord was literally falling apart...Limited research indicates this saddle was from Rajastan India.
A pair of translucent pale blue-green glass earrings. The glass is in the form of a medium-thick oval hoop that tapers at the ends. Can be made into a necklace. There is some soil encrustation on the surface from being buried.
Vietnam - 100 BC
Size: 3.5 cm across
Condition: Very good. No breaks.