LARGE CHINESE ARCHAISTIC JADE VESSEL, PROBABLY MING DYNASTY, 1368-1644 AD.
Terrific jade beaker, carved in the Archaistic style of the Zhou Dynasty, but we think it was made during the revival of the archaic tradition in jade carving during the Ming Dynasty. ...click for details
A CHINESE GREENISH-CELADON JADE TWO-HANDLED CUP, QING DYNASTY, 18TH-19TH. CENTURY AD.
A superbly carved antique jade cup of archaistic form, carved with dragon-headed loop handles and nine rows of bosses to the sides, the stone of a celadon tone with some calky patches. ...click for details
A WEI DYNASTY POLYCHROME POTTERY PLAQUE OR CERAMIC TILE, c. 220-265 AD.
A mega large and extremely thick tomb pottery architectorial tile in grey pottery. The tile depicts a camel and it's rider, possibly an Arab trader, with much remaining polychrome on figures. ...click for details