Height: 13.5 cm (5.5 in)
Width: 12.3 cm (4.9 in)
Weight: 750 gm each
Chinese pair of early-to-mid 19th century cloisonne lidded vases; features zoomorphic dragons, bats and fish with scrolling lotus work; all very fine gold wire work; gilding is in good condition; gilt bronze covers and finials; very heavy and in very good condition
Length: 38.4 cm (15.4 in)
Width of Handle: 3.3 cm (1.4 in)
Depth of Handle: 2.5 cm (1 in)
Japanese ivory page turner with a handle featuring two monkeys climbing a tree. The larger monkey protects the smaller monkey from a wasp nest. Wonderful expressions; artist mark visible on a branch; inlaid horn eyes; excellent patina and in good condition
Fine antique tricoloured tubular pre pyu dzi bead.
Size: 7cm long
DESCRIPTION: A tall Japanese Sumida Gawa (Sumida River) vase featuring two hand molded children in high relief. The rim and neck of the vase are covered in a rich, dark flambé glaze that runs down the shoulders onto the ribbed body. Each of the children are perched on a ledge above and below a large, flat vase. The child at the top puts something in, while at the bottom of their vase we see a crack where water pours out...
Japanese Old Scroll painting, 100% hand painted, Height 45.2" Wigth 15.2".
A blue and white of Ming dynasty Jindezhen Mingyao/Private kiln type dish, decorated with chrysanthemum scrolls. Condition with three minor flake chips visible on enlargement 2, further in good condition with no crack and free from restoration. Diameter: 19cm.
A nice Qing dynasty-Kangxi period 1662-1722 Batavian shipwreck blue and white teapot. It is decorated with no pictures, has a rounded shape, glazed and no mark. It is in very good condition except there are some firing fault and some fritting and no restoration. Height: 10.5 cm and length (from handle to funnel): 15 cm.
*For more details, please take a look at the pictures.
The downcast face with broad lips and slender eyes with double-incised borders, elongated ears, the hair arranged in vertical plaits with beaded sashes and bell-shaped terminals, the domed chignon with quatrefoi rosette finial encircled by a ropework band.
Cambodia, Baphuon, 11th Century, Green Polish Stone
Height: 22.5" = 57cm mounted, Width: 7.9" = 20cm
This is a great Japanese Cloisonne vase from the Meiji Era. The enamel work on the scroll and morning glory are fabulous. We are not sure of the artist because it is not signed. On a piece this finely done it may not even matter. The Vase stands 7 1/4 inches tall and is 5 1/4 inches wide. Condition is near perfect.
Japanese six-panel Tosa school screen with breathtaking paintings of the Kyoto region. It has gilded clouds that are separating and partially obscuring the many different scenes and activities. The paintings are so detailed and vibrant and truly capture how bustling life would have been in Kyoto. It is edged in blue woven fabric with green and gold dragons and flowers. Meiji period (1867-1912) . Estate of Horn.
Size: 67.75" height, 150" wide
Beautiful ox-blood glaze porcelain vase, with flecks of light green and areas of a deeper red. It fades to a white crackle glaze near the top of the neck. Mark on bottom reads Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi - "Great Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period, Made".
Size: 7" height, 4.75" width
Chinese porcelain vase in a gorgeous deep purple/navy glaze, with a short body and long cylindrical neck. The color fades to a light purple near the mouth of the vase.
Size: 6.5" height, 5" width
Chinese porcelain vase in a monochrome shade of lilac with a very feminine shape, especially around the mouth which has a flower-like form to it. The neck has a raised ring going around it. Mark on bottom reads "Da Qing Yongzheng Nian Zhi - Great Qing dynasty Yongzheng Period Make".
Size: 7" height, 3.75" width
This interesting piece is a Recuay culture standing warrior that dates to the Early Intermediate Period, circa 400 B.C.-300 A.D., and the Recuay culture was centered in the Northern Peruvian Highlands, Callejon de Huaylas Valley. This piece is approximately 5.8 inches high by 4.2 inches in diameter, and is in intact condition, save for some minor stress cracks that appear to be filled at the base...
Chinese porcelain box with a cobalt blue underglaze of a twisting dragon on the lid, with squared spiral designs around the lid's edges. The bottom of the box has crashing waves and a large fish sticking its head out from the water. The bottom of the box is marked Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi, "Great Qing Qianlong Period Make". The white spots seen on the box are a reflection of the box's textured surface.
Size: 2.25" height, 4" width
Antique vase with a long, elegant neck, white base with allover design of flying dragons with a green glaze. The vase mouth is lined with gold, and the vase bottom has rolling ocean waves in a green glaze, with raised white dotting. Mark on bottom that reads "Da Qing Jiaqing Nian Zhi - "Great Qing Jiaqing period (1796-1820) made" 19th century
Size: 10.25" height, 5.5" width
A dish of distinctive ribbed petal kikugata form decorated in a three colour palette of under-glaze blue, iron red and gilding. Painted with a central motif of a stylised sansui landscape based on one of the eight views of Omi framed by elaborate symmetrically arranged Thistle sprays, azami, emblematic of spring.
The dish measures 22cm in diameter and stands 3cm to the rim...
Pair of Antique Japanese Monk Portraits. There is a reflection at the top of the painting on the left that makes it look like the mounting is cut off diagonally several inches from the top of the frame. Again, this is just a reflection, and the mounting is complete and is the same size as the painting on the right. As to be expected in paintings of this age, there are tears and loss in both paintings, including two long tears across the top of the painting on the right...