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A Large and Classic 19th Century Burmese Hsun-ok (#2)

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Lacquer: Pre 1900   item# 1033398

A Large and Classic 19th Century Burmese Hsun-ok (#2)
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$ 850 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, a large and classic 19th century Burmese Hsun-ok from Pagan, of well- known and documented form, constructed of wood that is first lacquered in black, and then covered in successive layers of cinnabar-colored lacquer called hinthabada. Over time, through use and handling, the cinnabar lacquer wears off to reveal the black lacquer base underneath. The negoro effect here is not as pronounced on this piece as it is on our other recently posted hsun-ok (see item ...click for details


A Large and Classic 19th Century Burmese Hsun-ok (#1)

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Lacquer: Pre 1900   item# 1033391

A Large and Classic 19th Century Burmese Hsun-ok (#1)
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$ 850 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, a large and classic 19th century Burmese Hsun-ok from Pagan, of well- known and documented form, constructed of wood that is first lacquered in black, and then covered in successive layers of cinnabar-colored lacquer called hinthabada. Over time, through use and handling, the cinnabar lacquer wears off to reveal the black lacquer base underneath as seen on this example, in an effect likened to the negoro effect seen in Japanese lacquerware. ...click for details


A Fine and Large Imari Charger, Meiji Period, 1868-1912

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1014478

A Fine and Large Imari Charger, Meiji Period, 1868-1912
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From our Japanese Collection, a fine and large eight-sided imari charger, Meiji Period 1868-1912, depicting a flower basket beautifully executed in traditional palette of iron red, orange, blue, and gilt on a white porcelain body, and as a lovely extra on this particular piece, the addition of Kakiemon-style greenish turquoise enamel highlights in the corners and tastefully interspersed throughout the design. Floral and cloud motifs appear on the reverse, along with 6 spur marks from the kiln s ...click for details


A Fine and Large Ming Dynasty Ridge Tile, 1488-1566

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1700   item# 1013309

A Fine and Large Ming Dynasty Ridge Tile, 1488-1566
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$ 3,500 

From our Early Chinese Collection, a fine and large Ming Dynasty lead-glazed pottery ridge (roof) tile, 15th-16th century, Hongzhi through Jiajing Period (1488-1566), depicting a guardian-demon ferociously modeled with bulging eyes, protruding fangs, pointed horns, thick musculature, and standing in defensive posture astride a cloud-swirl with fists clenched around what would have been a weapon made of wood or iron, now since rotted away and lost to time. This cloud-swirl between the demon and t ...click for details


A Very Fine Ming Bronze of Guanyin, 16th-17th cent

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Sculpture: Pre 1700   item# 1011473

A Very Fine Ming Bronze of Guanyin, 16th-17th cent
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From our Early Chinese Collection, a very fine Ming bronze of Guanyin, 16th-17th century, crisply cast with a wonderfully serene countenance, a tiered and pierced diadem (crown), urna on the forehead signifying divine sight, body jewelry, and seated with right hand in verada mudra upon a double lotus base. This piece has developed a nice deep brown / dark gray patina with several areas of greenish verdigris suggesting high copper content to the bronze. We think this piece compares well with tw ...click for details


A Superb Kangxi Mark and Period Charger, 1662-1722

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1009495

A Superb Kangxi Mark and Period Charger, 1662-1722
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From our Chinese Blue and White Collection, an absolutely superb Kangxi Mark and Period Charger, 1662-1722, depicting an elegant lady in a garden pavilion tending to a lit censer while her servant stands adjacent with a ruyi-shaped fan. An egret flies overhead and two rabbits sit in the foreground beneath a banana leaf plant. On the outer rim, there are four cartouches of other elegant ladies interspersed with four cartouches of flowering plants, all separated by key fret reserves. The reverse d ...click for details


Blanc de Chine Guanyin, Kangxi, From the Vung Tau Wreck

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1008026

Blanc de Chine Guanyin, Kangxi, From the Vung Tau Wreck
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$ 450 

From our Shipwreck Ceramics Collection, a charming blanc de chine Guanyin from the Vung Tau Shipwreck circa 1690-1700 (Kangxi Period), one of only 30 ever recovered from this wreck and in this sense quite rare. The Vung Tau Shipwreck refers to a cargo ship of Chinese ceramics that sank in the waters of the Can Doa Islands, nearby to Vung Tao Vietnam between 1690 and 1700, where it had briefly stopped to re-supply on its way to Batavia (Jakarta Indonesia). The wreck, which consisted mostly of b ...click for details


Stunning and Large Lacquered Jumu Cabinet, mid 19th

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1900   item# 993895

Stunning and Large Lacquered Jumu Cabinet, mid 19th
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From our Chinese Polychrome Collection, a stunning and large Chinese lacquered jumu cabinet, mid to late 19th century, featuring exquisitely painted birds and floral motifs on a rockwork base, executed in gilt and subtle polychromes that are contrasted against a rich red lacquer ground. The outer frame features medallions of split tail sea dragons, auspicious symbols, and textile motifs, while the sides feature depictions of stylized floral motifs. The interior has 2 levels along with a hidden ...click for details


A Very Fine Satsuma Vase, Meiji Period 1868-1912

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1910   item# 985911

A Very Fine Satsuma Vase, Meiji Period 1868-1912
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From our Japanese Collection, a very fine satsuma vase, Meiji Period (1868-1912), most likely circa 1900 -1910, marvelously potted in an unusual but very elegant flared trumpet shape exhibiting definite Art Nouveau Period influences, and yet decorated in what would be considered restrained Japanese taste with simple and classic floral motifs. Signed Kizan with a Satsuma Kiln mark.

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A Large Gold Thread Kain Selendag Songket, ca 1900

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Textiles: Pre 1920   item# 979499

A Large Gold Thread Kain Selendag Songket, ca 1900
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$ 2,500 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, a fine and large late 19th / early 20th century gold thread ceremonial shoulder cloth, or kain selendag songket, from the Minangkabau people of Sumatra, Indonesia, circa 1890-1920, executed using heavy gauge gold thread intricately woven into floral and geometric motifs on a red silk backing. The processes for creating and spinning the gold thread and weaving the design motifs are excruciatingly time consuming, thus this technique is generally reserved for pi ...click for details

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