Chinese Beijing Style Jade Brooch
Size:Length 6cm Width 3.5 cm Height 1.3 cm
Jade jewelry has been an important part of the accessories of a woman in China since the Qing dynasty. By the republic period, Western dress and designs influenced accessories used by women and new pieces were produced.
This Susie Cooper coffee pot is hand painted on the Kestrel shape. The pattern number is 1999. It stands 195mm high and is in very good condition. The decoration on the lid handle is slightly worn and there is a very small chip to the lip of the spout. It dates from the late 1940's.
This very attractive scalloped edge plate by Aynsley is decorated with an Art Nouveau hand coloured pattern of poppies. The plate is 218mm in diameter and dates from around 1910. There has been some slight rubbing of the gilding to the rim and some small loss of the pattern.
Fantastic art deco haori silk overcoat for a kimono. Showa Period c. 1935. Thunder diaper motif with beautiful overtones. Great condition. 3` x 4`.
An image of a resting bull by Yugata Yuma enclosed in the original signed wooden box dating circa 1970. The large swell of the muscular back and low position of the head give it at once a restful and yet decidedly powerful posture. It is 35 x 25 x 17 cm (14 x 10 x 7 inches) and is in fine condition weighing 5 kg (11 lbs).
Yugata Yuma (1891-1981) entered the Tokyo University of Arts in 1912, and studied under Asakura Fumio...
This is a really nice, hard to find, Autumn Leaf 4 5/8 inch high Water Tumbler with an all over Autumn Leaf pattern in 22K gold and etched frost motif with safe edge gold rims made by Libbey to accompany the Hall China pattern. The Tumbler measures 3 1/8 inches in diameter at the top and is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The gold decoration and frosted motif decoration is all very good. This tumbler is listed in the Whitmyer Hall China Book, pages 48-49...
Japanese woodblock print by Kiyoshi Saito (1907-1997) entitled Jizo-in Kinugasayama and dated 1968. A beautiful scene of the gate to Jizo-in Temple in Kyoto as seen through the stand of tall bamboo that grows on either side. No. 14 of 100.
Size in frame: 25 1/4" high x 19 1/4" wide. Size of print: 20 1/2" high x 15" wide.
Circa 1950s era Skookum doll of mother and papoose is in perfect original condition, like just out of the box!
the Mother Skookum stands 10 1/2" tall, she is wrapped in a Pendleton blanket with the baby on her back. Original scarf, hair ties, jewelry and head band on the baby are in mint condition.
Feet are wrapped felt and hand painted.
Buyer pays $15.00 for shipping and insurance.
Japanese woodblock print of a scene of four schoolboys in class, by Junichiro Sekino (1914-1988). Printed as number 3 of 100. Dated 1959.
Size in frame: 33" high x 20" wide
Size of print: 26" high x 12 1/2" wide
Lovely vintage Skookum doll, mother and Papoose is in lovely original condition, with necklace, hair ties, head band and blanket.
The Skookum from the 1940s stands 10 1/2" tall and has the molded plastic feet that say Skooum Bully Good and Patent Pending.
She looks to the right and has a sweet expression.
Buyer pays $15.00 for shipping and insurance.
Child size doll to go with adult sized Skookum dolls, this circa 1960s era boy doll stands 7" tall, has all original details, clothing, necklace and feathers.
Not a true Skookum Bully Good doll, but a knock off.
Buyer pays $10.00 for shipping.
Tightly woven in handspun wools with both natural and aniline dyes, this nice eye dazzler is in fine condition, with bright color and good design. It measures roughly 60" by 31" and has appears to have had little use, with a few small spots, and minor stains,one visible in last photo. Photos taken in bright sunlight.
While the construction and decorative design suggests that this unusual shield may be from the southern Sudan, Somalia or even Ethiopia the shape and handle do not.
The sturdy, cured hide, rolled rim and geometric designs are all reminiscent of the region yet the long, contoured oval is a shape we shave not previously encountered. The surface is very worn from use and age, obscuring much of the traditional design on the face and is dark from rubbing with oil or fat...
Pair of Calligraphy by Sun Yat Sen (Printed)
Age: Late 20th century (1970-1980)
Size: Length 49" Width 9.5"
Sun Yat Sen is known as the father of democracy in China especially when the Qing dynasty collapsed in 1912. The republic hoped to establish a western style democracy, but also it wanted to modernize China. During this period the culture and art of China evolved blending the old and new.
Agate Carving of Gourds and Bat
Size: Length 6 cm Width 2.8 cm Thickness: 1 cm
The work was made by a noted Chinese carver of semi precious stones based in Beijing. This artist, who keeps his profile low is famous throughout China for retain the classicist designs and techniques in producing various objects worthy for the collection of the Forbidden City and the merchant scholars of Suzhou and Yangzhou.
Archaic Motif Soapstone Container / Narcissus Planter
Length 18 cm Width 12.5 cm Height 9 cm
Archaic designs and objects reflect the romanticist and the heritage of the dynastic past in China. Scholars and Literati connoisseurs preferred the motif from ceramics to table objects used on the desk. This reddish soapstone is a type of stone found in China and was made into a narcissus planter.
This really pretty Ruby Flashed Wakefield Waterford 4 inch high Sherbet was made by Westmoreland Glass. This Sherbet measures 3 inches in diameter and is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or cloudiness. The Ruby Flashing is good. Be sure to search our other Westmoreland available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
A Fine Hand Wrought Kalo Sterling Silver Bowl. Measures about 6 3/4" across. A presentation piece for the Colonial Club Annual Outing June 16, 1921. Overall very good condition, does have a few dings inside bowl. Signed as shown, nice example.