Seated Bronze Buddha
Shan State, Burma
Height 44 cm
A finely cased ,redish -brown patinated bronze buddha figure of a Buddha,seated on a tall double -lotus throne with his right hand lowered in bhumisparsimudra.
The gesture of summoning the earth to witnes
A paper fan with undecorated bamboo guards and sticks. One side finely painted with figural scenes in ink and color. The silk fan case is embroidered with a Tang poem by Li Bai and the reverse with a landscape in multicolored silks and couched gold thread. Condition: fan: fine, few traces of usage. Fan case: slightly stained and traces of usage, few loose and missing threads. Dimension: fan: length of guards: 31.5 cm, fan opened approx: 51 cm wide. Fan case: 30 cm long x 5.6 cm wide.
A very fine late 19th / early 20th century antique Chinese famille-rose tubular porcelain vase / brush pot, the cylindrical vessel delicately potted and exquisitely painted in the Chinese taste with two butterflies hovering around colorful flowering branches and rockwork, interior and base glazed white and bearing a Qianlong reign mark in iron-red. Superb detailing and top quality workmanship...
blade length: 62.5cm
blade length: 68.2cm
signed Nagasone Okimasa ( kotetsu 2md)
blade length: 74.9cm
w/ NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon paper
signed Ohmi no kami takagi ju SUKENAO
blade length: 75.1cm
A Very Rare/Fine Early Korean White Glazed Jar-17th -18th C.:
Korea, Joseon dynasty, 17th -18th century or older.
Of a beautiful full moon shaped, everted rim, with clear white glazed glabular formed jar on a raised ring foot and with a short neck and everted lip, pot-clay wheeling marks appear on the body, applied with, a typical midddle Joseon dynasty, 17th to 18th century or older, thin and transparent blue tinged white glaze, especially upper shoulders, and translucent white glazed overa...
A set of Chinese silver boxes.
Size : diameter 6cm, 5.5cm, 5cm total 168g
blade length: 47.0cm
This is called “Hi-ya-zutsu” 火矢筒 that was made in Edo period. The gun is the tool to shoot fireworks of flaming arrows.
caliber:5.4cm, overall length: 36cm
A bronze Tibetan plaque of one of the eight immortals or terrible ones. He is holding a trident in one hand and a club in the other and is riding on a makara. The is am inscription on the back.
Size: H. 9.3cm. Condition: No repairs.
Japanese single-section mizuya with two locking burl-front sliding door panels and a large bottom drawer with a round center lock. The inside of the chest is very room for storage and has one medium drawer behind each panel. When the drawers are removed, small precious items may be hidden inside of two shallow secret compartments.
Size: 31" height, 36.5" width, 16.75" depth
A heavy hand forged iron candle-stand from a Buddhist temple in the shape of a burning jewel. It is 90 cm tall, 57 wide, base and legs 20 x 39 cm and dates from the 19th century. Very thick and heavy iron work.
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Of large size, this Huanghuali root or burl Scholars object features an interior bowl shaped area, which is most likely a brush washer. It measures 14" in length, 8 3/4" wide, and is 5" high, and has a darkened and soft patina. The grain of the wood is visible in many areas, with both pronounced striations and larger areas of dark coloration. The wood grain is very dense, heavy, and it has the slightly sweet odor found in Huanghuali wood...
A rare Ming dynasty 17th century Dehua Blanc De Chine standing figure of official, good condition no damage no chip no crack no restoration size: 12 cm height.
Early 19th century ivory netsuke of a man with a strange bulge on his head, bent under the weight of a richly dressed woman on his back. The subject of the netsuke is Ikkaku Sennin (single horn Sage) - according to Japanese legend, he grew angry with the Rain Dragons and sealed them away in a cave, causing a drought. Beautiful Indian princess Sendarama was sent to tempt him and when he yielded to her, he lost his magical powers, and the rain returned...
19th century ivory netsuke carved as a group of cha no yu, utensils for the tea ceremony, consisting of a kettle (kama), tea caddy (chaire), tea whisk (chasen), split rings to lift the kettle (kuan) and silk wrapper (fukusa). Unusual subject with elegant design, brilliantly carved, great detailing, great wear and patina. Length 1 5/8 inches.