The God of Longevity finely carved as a standing figure with bearded and smiling face, with standing in front of him is a servant holding a boy up presenting a ruyi-scepter to the God, while carrying in his right hand a boy with a bat in his hands, his left hand holding a staff of which the upper part is missing. China, Qing Dynasty, 18th-19th century. Height: 54.5 cm.
The standing God of Longevity holding with both hands a large peach with leafy stem in front of him, with smiling face and long beard, the tip of his cap billowing above his head. China, Qing Dynasty, early 19th century. Height: 51 cm.
Delicately carved with a naked woman sitting in an open shell on a rockwork base, her right hand on her knee her left hand raised while looking up at a dancing male figure to her left. China, Qing Dynasty, 18th century. Height: 21 cm.
The Immortal, rarely depicted in bamboo is resting with his left foot on his crutch while holding a his gourd-shaped flask in his left hand. China, Qing Dynasty, 18th.-19th. century. Height: 32 cm.
Carved as a dragon stretching a rectangular piece of cloth with his claws. His upper neck and head and tail on opposite sides emerging from beneath becoming the handles. The carving of the folds in the corners suggest the tension of the cloth being stretched. China, 18th-19th century. Largest length: 44 cm. Largest width: 32,5 cm.