Pair of old Chinese Elmwood armchairs each with round top rail, finely grained rectangular back panel and scrolled openwork arms and cloud design on the apron, stretcher bars. Size:31" high x 22-1/2" wide x 17-1/2' deep
Chinese carved wood seated Liu Hai is smiling and holding his three-legged toad and a coin, the wood displays the natural inclusions. 4" ht.
The low oval porcelain bowl with a fluted rim has a panel with a long tailed bird and flowers surrounded by multi scroll designs with accented blue leaves. The footed bowl had an under-glaze blue scrolled design. Age: 19th C. – Size: 10” wide x 1-3/4” high
The small bronze censor with a round body with a tree branch with a perched bird as the handle, with a bursting blossom to resemble a spout. Age: 19th Century – Size: 1-3/4” high
The small bronze round censor is on four tall legs with raised detail at the joint, and round feet. Age: 19th Century – Size: 1-3/4” high
Pair of old Chinese cloisonné elephants with gilt ears and tail and each with a vase on their back. The cloisonné and brass wire elephants with a blue ground and scrolled detail. 1950’s Size: 6” high x 5-1/2” deep
This finely detailed temple lion with raised green circles for his fur and yellow mane and tail with a warrior on his back wearing an elaborate suit of armor. Size: 12-1/2” high x 15” wide
The teapot with a yellow ground and pink and blue large floral motif with a repeating fret border on a turquoise ground, the base has China stamped in large block letters. Size: 6-3/4” high - Late 19th Century
The pear shape vase with four sides and a raised foliate design on each side and on a raised foot, and curved handles with openings. Republic Period (1912-1949) Size: 7-1/4” high
The four heads of Shiva are finely carved with a large tiered crown is of mottled grey color soapstone. Size: 6” high
The small box with three interior sections is decorated on the top and three sides with a pavilion, deer and crane in a landscape setting. Age: Circa 1880-1920 – Size: 1-1/4” high x 4-1/4” wide x 1-1/2” deep.
The Chinese porcelain vase in a sleeve form with finely painted Ming scholars along with immortals with the boy children, and a calligraphy inscription on the reverse side with red seal marks. The base has double ring marks. Size: 12-3/4” high
This small porcelain jar with a squat bulbous form with loop handles in a beautiful tea dust glaze. Age: 17th-18th Century - Size: 3” diameter x 2” high
The finely carved Budai with a young male child is standing beneath a large lily leaf and flower whilst standing on a large lily pad floating on the waves. Size 12-1/2” high
This bronze boat’s mast is in the form of a tree trunk and a male figure and a child are seated inside riding the waves. Size: 6-3/4” long
The finely carved pair of small bamboo lions each one has a baby and a ball. The ball has a loose ball inside and rattles when moved. There is intricate detail in the face and hair. Size: 3-1/2” high x 5-1/4” long
The small censor with a reticulated lid and lion finial with curved handles. Each of the legs are in the form of an animal head. Signed Age: 19th Century – Size: 4-3/4” high
Large Chinese, Warring States Period square sectioned baluster-shape pottery jar painted throughout with an elaborate geometric and scrolling patterns, mask and stationary ring double handles on the sides, with painted roof-style lid. Size: 16-3/4” high.