A RARE LARGE JADE AMULET, MING DYNASTY OR SLIGHTLY LATER, CA. 17TH.-18TH. CENTURY AD.
A rare and attractive jade amulet carving in the round as a boy or man carrying something over his left shoulder.
The figure is very well carved for it's high age and done in beautiful white jade! ...click for details
HIGHLY IMPORTANT JADE OPENWORK PLAQUE, DATING TO LATE MING-EARLY QING DYNASTY, 16TH.- 18TH. CENTURY AD.
From a very important collection and formerly sold at the Victoria Lindström Antique shop in Stockholm Sweden in the 1950s we present this wonderfully patinated early jade carving! ...click for details
A fine little lot of three silver rings, dating to the 8th.-12th. century AD.
One ring with a small hemispheric bezel with a duck engraved is likely Islamic and belongs to the very early period. The other two either Islamic or Byzantine with dome-shaped bezels. ...click for details
A CELADON AND RUSSET JADE ARCHAISTIC VASE
WITH LID, MADE IN THE STYLE OF THE HAN DYNASTY, C. 1880-1920 AD
The stone of a celadon tone with patches of russet and brown inclusions areas, carved in the form of a vase supported on a prominent foot, the body encircled by a low-relief band of archaistic motif. The vessel has a full dragon hand ...click for details
A GRAECO-PERSIAN CARNELIAN SCARABOID
CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.
The seal engraved with a crouching Sphinks, in front a military dagger. The seal scarab is carved in a fantastic pink and celadon stone with a blood-red inclusion and some black encrustations. Exceptional and perhaps the most beautiful ancient stone we've handled from thi ...click for details