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A Large and Attractive Javanese Mask , Teak with Inlay

Catalogue: New Century: Folk Art: Pre 2000   item# 936917

A Large and Attractive Javanese Mask , Teak with Inlay
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$ 595 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, a large and very attractive Indonesian tribal mask, crafted from a dark hardwood we think is either teak or some other rosewood variant, inlaid with mother of pearl or shell. They craft a lot of masks in different versions in Bali, but the more frequently encountered version you see there is a much smaller but heavily painted multicolor style, that we tend to find a bit gaudy. We selected this style from Central Java for its austere but artful presence, achiev ...click for details


A Blue and White Teacup and Saucer, Kangxi-Yongzheng

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 936914

A Blue and White Teacup and Saucer, Kangxi-Yongzheng
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$ 295 

From our Chinese Blue and White Collection, a charming little export ware teacup and saucer, late Kangxi to Yongzheng Period (1700- 1735), with loosely painted floral motifs both on saucer and tea bowl, all executed in an attractive blue.

Size and Condition: Saucer 5 1/2 inches in diameter, teacup 3 1/4 inches across, 2 inches tall. Small nick to lip of teacup


A Fine 18th Century Japanese Dish in Chinese Style

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 936912

A Fine 18th Century Japanese Dish in Chinese Style
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$ 1,495 

From our Japanese Collection, a fine and large mid-to-late 18th century blue and white porcelain dish, circa 1740-1780, painted in the Chinese style depicting a home with people on an embankment, a treed outcrop in the distance with geese flying overhead, and some unidentified structures in the foreground. The entire scene is surrounded by a border of characters, and all executed in a greyish blue on dense grey porcelain paste, typical of 18th century Japanese Arita ware. The back of the dish is ...click for details


A Fine Pair of Japanese Imari Vases, Meiji 1868-1912

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920   item# 936911

A Fine Pair of Japanese Imari Vases, Meiji 1868-1912
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$ 2,495 

From our Japanese Collection, a fine pair of imari flared-mouth vases, Meiji Period (1868-1912), richly executed in the traditional imari palette of iron-red, blue, orange, and gilt highlights. A very decorative pair measuring 12 1/4 inches tall, 6 3/4 inches wide at the shoulder. While individual imari workshops usually did not distinguish themselves from one another in any meaningful way, nevertheless, known pieces with the particular kiln mark that appears on the bases here, are usually well- ...click for details


A Good 19th Century Ginger Jar, "Double Shu" Design

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 936910

A Good 19th Century Ginger Jar, "Double Shu" Design
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$ 650 

From our Chinese Blue and White Collection, a good ginger jar with "double shu" design bestowing "double happiness," late 19th century, either Tongzhi (1862-1874) or Guangxu Period (1875-1908).

Jars such as this current example were often given as gifts containing foodstuffs with the lids glued shut. As a result, many lids were broken upon opening and subsequently lost to history, which is why so ...click for details


Nanking Cargo Shipwreck Dish 1752, Ex Christie's

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 936909

Nanking Cargo Shipwreck Dish 1752, Ex Christie's
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$ 695 

From our Shipwreck Porcelain Collection, a fine blue and white dish, ex-Christie's, executed in the "Peony and Pomegranate Pattern" from the so-called "Nanking Cargo," which is the term applied to the porcelain recovered from the wreck of the Geldermalsen that sank on January 3rd, 1752. The Geldermalsen was a cargo ship belonging to the Dutch East India Company that struck a reef on its way back from Canton China, and sank off the coast of Indonesia in the Linnga archipe ...click for details


Nanking Cargo Teacup and Saucer 1752, ex Christie's

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 936908

Nanking Cargo Teacup and Saucer  1752,  ex  Christie's
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$ 395 

From our Shipwreck Porcelain Collection, a good blue and white teacup and saucer in the "Batavian Bamboo Pattern," ex-Christie's, from the so-called "Nanking Cargo," which is the term applied to the porcelain recovered from the wreck of the Geldermalsen that sank on January 3rd, 1752. The Geldermalsen was a cargo ship belonging to the Dutch East India Company that struck a reef on its way back from Canton China, and sank off the coast of Indonesia in the Linnga archipelag ...click for details


A Ca Mau Shipwreck Teacup and Saucer, ex- Sotheby's

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 936906

A Ca Mau Shipwreck Teacup and Saucer, ex- Sotheby's
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$ 395 

From our Shipwreck Porcelain Collection, a good teacup and saucer ex-Sotheby's, from the Ca Mau Cargo, Yongzheng Period (1723-1735), executed in the "Tu Hai" pattern in underglaze blue.

This particular teacup and saucer is a very good example that somehow managed to survive over two centuries under the sea, essentially unscathed. Shipwreck porcelain comes off the sea floor in a wide variety of conditi ...click for details


An Extremely Fine Lacquer Box from U Aung Myint

Catalogue: New Century: Lacquer: Contemporary   item# 936890

An Extremely  Fine Lacquer Box from U Aung Myint
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$ 450 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, an extremely fine and very attractive dome-shaped, two-piece lacquerware box from the famed U Aung Myint workshop in Myinkaba Village, Pagan Burma (Myanmar), from which the British Museum has commissioned pieces for display in London. See Isaacs and Burton, Visions from the Golden Land, Burma and the Art of Lacquer page 222-223. We had the honor, privilege, and education of watching artisans in this famous lacquer workshop creating modern masterpieces in the y ...click for details


A Pagan Style Lacquer Hsun-ok From U Aung Myint

Catalogue: New Century: Lacquer: Contemporary   item# 936885

A Pagan Style Lacquer Hsun-ok From U Aung Myint
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$ 400 

From our Southeast Asia Collection, a very attractive 5 piece Pagan-style lacquer hsun-ok (offering vessel) from the famed U Aung Myint workshop in Myinkaba Village, Pagan Burma (Myanmar), from which the British Museum has commissioned pieces for display in London. See Isaacs and Burton, Visions from the Golden Land, Burma and the Art of Lacquer page 222-223. We had the honor, privilege, and education of watching artisans in this famous lacquer workshop creating modern masterpieces in the yun st ...click for details

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