A Korean folk art hardwood rice cake stamp (teoksal) with designs on two sides. The stamp measures 13 1/2" long x 2" wide x 3/4" thick, and dates to the 19th Century. Condition: The condition is good with some age cracks and a lot of wear. Free shipping within the USA.
A small Korean Rice Cake stamp (teoksal)carved from a block of persimmon wood. The stamp measures 2 1/2" square x 2" tall, and dates to the late Yi Dynasty. Condition: The condition is good with a few minor dings. Free shipping within the USA.
A Korean rice cake design stamp (teoksal) hand carved in a native hardwood. The stamp measures 9" long x 2 1/4" wide x 2" high, and dates to the late Yi Dynasty. The condition is good with minor cracks and dings. Free shipping within the USA.
A Korean elm wood wine cup on stand that was used when worshiping an ancestor. The cup and stand measure 5" tall, the stand is 5" in diameter, and the cup is 3" in diameter. Both items date to the late Yi Dynasty. Condition: The condition is excellent with minor chewing on base of stand. Free shipping within the USA.
A Korean spun bronze bowl from the late Koryo Dynasty or early Yi Dynasty, 13th/14th Century. The bowl measures 6 1/4" in diameter x 3 1/4" high. Condition: The bowl is in good condition, is about 600 years old, and has a greenish/gray patina due to burial. It is solid with little corrosion, and it sounds as a gong when struck. There are several minor dents and scratches. Free shipping within the USA.
A Korean Tobacco Box with lid made from one of the local hardwoods. The box measures 4" in diameter x 3" high, and is a good example of Korean Folk Art during the late Choson Dynasty. Also included is a small elm wood turned cup that measures 3 1/2" in diameter x 2 1/2" high. Condition: Both items are in perfect condition. There are some burn stains in the tobacco box, but the wood has not been damaged. Free shipping within the USA.
A Korean stoneware wine storage bottle with a celadon glaze, that dates to the early Yi Dynasty. The bottle measures 9 3/4" high x 6" in diameter, and weighs 5 1/2 pounds. The bottle is undecorated, and the color of the celadon varies from a sea green to an oxidized tan color. Condition: The condition is excellent with the exception of a chip on the mouth which has had a removable filler applied. Free shipping within the USA.
Three matching elm wood stands as were used in Korea for ancestor worship during the Choson period. Each stand has been turned out of a solid elm wood block and measures 5 3/4" in diameter x 2 1/4" high. The stands are good examples of Korean Folk Art during the late 19th Century. Condition: The condition is excellent, with a nice patina. One stand has an old, aged, crack. Free shipping within the USA.
A small Korean, Koryo Dynasty, celadon bowl dating to the 12th Century. The back of the bowl has an incised lotus flower, and the interior and exterior of the bowl has an even green colored glaze. The bowl measures 1 3/4" high x 6 1/4" in diameter. The base of the bowl shows three rock spur marks. Condition: The bowl is in excellent condition, but has firing flaws such as glaze crawl, pits, and crazing. The inside of the bowl shows small scratches from being used. Free shipping wi ...click for details
A small carved antique ivory tray that we believe was used to hold small items on a wealthy man's dressing table. The tray measures 5 1/4"+ x 2 1/2" x 3/8" tall, and weighs 75 grams. Condition: The conditions is excellent with good patina. Free shipping within the USA. No overseas shipping of this item.