Chinese Snuff woodle made of Burlwood. Complete with cap and spoon. Very light weight. Nice patina. *Dating: 19th century. *H 7.2cm. * Condition: Chip to base (please see picture 3)
Chinese jade mountain with wooden stand. Front shows dragon and carp among waves. *Dating: 19th/early 20th century. *Condition: Perfect. W 8cm / H 5.3cm (without stand).
Chinese porcelain bowl with twin bat handles. *Dating: Daoguang seal mark and of the period (1821-1850). *Condition: EXCELLENT! No cracks, no restorations. *W 18cm. *Guaranteed genuine piece. Formerly at Christies (last picture).
Chinese porcelain vase with a pale celadon or yingqing glaze. Flower mouth, elephant head handles. *Dating: 19th century. Qing period. Incised Yongle mark to base. *Perfect condition. *H 14.7cm (without stand)
Chinese box, made of solid silver. Late Qing dynasty. No mark 7.7 x 7.7cm / H2.4c m
Extremly rare famille rose export dish with 'Dame au Parasol' design after Dutch designer Cornelis Pronk. *Dating: Early Qianlong period (circa 1736) * Condition: Excellent! Small loss of enamel on the skirt of the left lady (see picture). Otherwise perfect.
Chinese hardwood tray, probably Huanghuali wood. *Dating: 19th/20th century (comes from old german private collection). *Condition: Excellent. *Size: 61x41cm
Chinese soapstone carving of a Luohan with lion. *Dating: Late Qing dynasty. *Condition: Good.Tiny chip at small finger. * 6.8 x 4.9cm
Flat chinese blue-and-white snuff bottle with peony design. Dating: Qing dynasty - underglaze-blue Qianlong mark, possibly of the period or slightly later. *Condition: Good! The lip is unglazed (maybe grinded?) *Height 6.5 cm
Small meiping vase (or snuff bottle?) with iron-rust (tiexiu) glaze. *Dating: 18th/early 19th century - Qing dynasty. *Condition: Excellent! *Height 6 cm *Note: A very similar vase is in the prominent Meiyintang Collection (See: Krahl,R.; Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection, Volume Two, No. 943)
Cylindrical chinese nephrite jade snuff bottle. Buff coloured with russet-brown skin. Very well polish. Base inserted. *Dating: Qing dynasty. *Condition: Good (see pictures). H6.4 cm. *Note: Acquired by the previous owners before 1980
Extremely rare chinese blue-and-white cup for the siamese market, possibly for the royal court. Decorated in underglaze-blue with Ramakien battle scene. Metal rim. *Mark: 'bao zhu li ji' *Dating: 19th century - Qing dynasty. *Condition: Perfect. *D 5.8cm / H 3.9cm
Chinese export powder-blue & famille verte saucer. Engraved Johanneum mark on the back (inventory number of the Dresden collection). Old dealer's label: Recher, Paris. *Dating: Kangxi period (1662-1722)- Qing dynasty. *Provenance: Augustus II "the Strong", King of Poland and Elector of Saxony *Condition: Old staples repair with chip, rim-frits (see pictures). *D 21.6cm
Antique chinese scroll painting depicting a bird on a peony tree. Ink-painted on paper and mounted on silk. No seal. No calligraphy. Painter unknown *Dating: Unknown. But I can guarantee at least 19th century - Qing dynasty. *Condition: Heavy traces of use. Please see pictures. Measurements: The painting is 73 x 26cm. The entire scroll is 117 x 30.5cm
Blue-and-white chinese porcelain saucer decorated with peony. Six-character Xuande mark in double-ring. *Dating: Kangxi period - Qing dynasty. *Provenance: Old Dutch collection. *Condition: Unfortunately repaired (see picture 4+6). Few hairline cracks (picture 5) and a very tiny lip chip. *Nice piece for restoration or study object. D 19.7cm
Fine white and russet-brown nephrite jade snuff bottle with aventurine-glass cap. Well hollowed, ivory spoon. *Dating: 18th/19th centuy - Qing dynasty. *Condition: Excellent! Note: the brown colour is a little darker than on the pictures. *H 6.2cm (without cap)- Weight: 70 gram
Plain handle made of rhino horn. Probably originally from a walking stick (possibly european?). It still has a metal connector for the cane. *Dating: 19th century. * Condition: Very good, smooth patina. But seems to have one insect hole and a tiny chip at one edge (please examine pictures). L 9.5cm /Weight: 42 gram (including brass connector). Note: The short side where the connector goes in is hollow, the long side is massive.
Chinese feicui jade carving depicting fruits and leaves in fine openwork on an ovale base. White and natural apple-green colour. This carving was originally the lid of a vase, but also displays well as an object of art on its own. *Dating: 19th century /Qing dynasty. *Condition: Perfect. * L 7.4 x 3.6 cm / H 3.7 cm