Antique Asian Works of Art from Ancient East
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Architectural Elements : Pre 1837 VR item #1263319 (stock #ARCH32)
Ancient East
$3,495
DESCRIPTION: A large and impressive Chinese hardwood plaque, dating from the early 19th century, Qing Dynasty. This imposing plaque has four large Chinese characters carved into the center panel, with longer inscriptions in smaller characters to each side. Translated, this plaque was presented as a birthday present to a man named "Yang" in 1817 (the 21st year of the reign of Jiaqing, 1796 - 1820), and states that the honoree's life represented excellence in both virtue and longevity...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Architectural Elements : Pre 1837 VR item #1152579 (stock #ARCH13)
Ancient East
$3,295
DESCRIPTION: A pair of tall, deeply carved Chinese doors originating from Zhejiang province and dating from the early 1800’s, Qing dynasty. These handsome, solid elm doors still have their original pegs attached, which would have been set into round sockets at the top and bottom, allowing the doors to be open and closed.

The top panels are carved with flowers and a repeating swastika pattern, the Chinese character meaning ten thousand or longevity...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Architectural Elements : Pre 1900 item #1100687 (stock #ARCH15)
Ancient East
$2,295
DESCRIPTION: A pair of Chinese door panels made from elm with carved and pierced upper portions to let light in. Nice, crisp carvings; in good condition with no missing parts. We have few panels left and when they are gone, we won’t be getting more. True antique doors have become expensive and difficult to find in China. These make nice screens, room dividers or accents pieces in a home. DIMENSIONS: Each panel is 81 1/8” high (2.06 m) x 21 1/8” wide (53.5 cm)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Architectural Elements : Pre 1800 item #1049440 (stock #ARCH141)
Ancient East
SOLD, THANK YOU
DESCRIPTION: A pair of exquisitely carved and pierced Chinese window screens dating from the 18th C. Carved scenes include two top floral panels, a pair of mythical Kirin in the lower panels, and various mortals and immortals in courtyard and garden settings, all against a carved background of Chinese coins (signifying wealth and prosperity). Rarely are such old, elaborate carvings still to be found...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Architectural Elements : Pre AD 1000 item #400608 (stock #PTA34)
Ancient East
$7,600
DESCRIPTION: A rare Han Dynasty grey pottery pictorial tile executed with impressed designs of horses and phoenixes. Characteristic of architectural tiles found on walls of cave tombs in Sichuan Province, this one depicts three lively prancing horses with five stylized phoenixes overhead. A repeating diamond pattern forms the upper and lower border. The faint red pigment seen in several places is actually ancient calligraphy detailing its placement in the structure, i.e...