An unusual wooden Lama from Mongolia. Carved with a gold and red lacquer finish.
Dates to the 19th century or before. Measures 12 1/2 inches high with the lotus base. (31.5cm) More Photos available on request.
This is a nice carving of a Guanyin holding a ruyi. Carved out of a high quality white nephrite. Weight 28 grams. Measures 3 inches/7.64cm. There is a small hole on the top of the halo which allows for stringing.
This is a nicely illustrated book on Chu, Qin and Han Lacquerware from Hubei. Unused in excellent condition. dust cover and a protective sleeve. Over 300 illustrations.
ISBN7-5394-0634-8. The sleeve has some wear but is in good condition. The book itself and its dust cover are unused in perfect condition. In Chinese only.
This is a very nicely sculpted cast copper section from a Tibetan aureole. It depicts a figure riding on a mythical animal. The animal sits on top of a face from a snow lion. Solid Cast Copper. Remnants of red lacquer. 17th century or before. 10.65cm (4.19 inches). 17.4cm with stand (6.85 inches).
This is a brass repousse Mongolian skull which would have been part of a five part crown on a sculpture of a wrathful deity. It is 198th century and 6.65cm high (2.6 inches)including the flame and 8.1cm wide (3.18 inches). The skull itself is 5.54cm high (2.18 inches). 18th/19th century