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.
Small rectangular box with finely inlaid brass wire cloisons on a black ground with a scrolled pattern on the top and on the sides, with a repeating circular motif. Age: Early 20th Century – Size: 2-7/8” high x 5-3/4” wider x 3-1/2” deep
This finely molded figure of seated Lohan with sharp bushy hair an d beard that is in high-relief, wearing a draped dhoti with a hat slung over his back holding a irregular staff in one hand and the other hand resting on a gourd vase, Size: 13” high
This Japanese antique Satsuma vase of a square form on a footed base with a gilt design of Arhats with a white raised sinuous dragon interwoven throughout with the Shimazu Mon of the ruling daimyo clan around the shoulder of the neck, with a signature on the base. 19th Century – Size: 11-3/4” high
Small vase with an ovoid body and narrow neck with a ribbed decoration from mid-body to the neck, and is in a mottled celadon green glaze. Age: Republic Period – Size: 6-3/4” high
The finely painted brush pot has a scene with a royal couple and a male figure holding a fan near the noble male figure, and the regal female figure has a lovely young attendant nearby and above are clouds. It has a blue under-glaze Kangxi mark on the base. Age: 19th Century – Size: 5-1/2” high.
The intricately carved window panel, is pierced throughout and is comprised of three small upper panels with good luck characters within medallions, the lower panel is depicting a boy playing a wind instrument, large central panels opening outward and with scenes of scholars in the center surrounded by scrolling foliage, side panels with scrolling vines and blossoms. Age: Republic Period (1926-1949) - Size: 35 1/2" x 38"
The intricately carved window panel, is pierced throughout and is comprised of three small upper panels with good luck characters within medallions, the lower panel is depicting a boy playing a wind instrument, large central panels opening outward and with scenes of scholars in the center surrounded by scrolling foliage, side panels with scrolling vines and blossoms. Age: Republic Period (1926-1949) Size: 35 1/2" x 38"
The small turquoise carving is of two flower maidens in long draped robes and their hair is in buns atop their heads and holding a floral branch. The carving has a custom fitted reticulated wood base. Age: 19th Century - Size: 4-3/4” high
Pair of Vintage Japanese cylinder bronze vases in the form of a bamboo stalk with inlaid silver bamboo stalk and leave motif with traces of gilt and red accents, they are signed by artist. Size: 7" high x 2- 1/2" dia.
Japanese Sumidagawa vase with a three-dimensional figure with a long dark beard and wearing a long robe holding a vase on a orange ground with a dripped bluish-gray glaze round the neck. Age: 20th Century – Size: 8” high
Chinese gilt mirror frame with three Exquisite Chinese rectangular gilt frame with an elaborately arched opening with columns and backed by a mirror, and surrounding area is reticulated with gilt foliage and scrolled detail. Age: 19th century – Size: 29” x 22”
Antique Chinese brass and enamel rectangular Silent Butler in a half moon form with a raised enamel lid and handle, on the lid is a standing figure wearing yellow robe with three white sheep and the sun, metal bead as a knob, handle has a floral motif. It has an impress CHINA on the base. Age: 19th Century – Size: 1” high x 5 1/4” wide x 3 1/4” deep.
Antique Chinese brass and enamel rectangular Silent Butler with a raised enamel lid and handle, on the lid is a peacock with colorful feathers and flowering branches with a sun in the upper right-hand corner and a agate bead as a knob, handle has a floral motif. It has an impress CHINA on the base. Age: 19th Century – Size: 1” high x 6” wide x 4.5” deep.
These beautiful small porcelain Imari vases with fluted bodies and covers have alternating panels on a blue or white ground with gilt accents, and a dome finial with a blue and gilt tip. Age: Meiji Period (1868-1912) – Size: 9 ½” high
The baluster form vases with a flowering white hawthorn branch on a blue ground. A blue line around the foot and the base has a blue double ring mark. Age: Late 19th Century – Size: 11 ¾” high.
The finely carved and appliquéd hardwood round table screen with landscape scene with a flowering tree and figures with rams, inlaid with various stones, reticulated wood base. Age: Late 19th - Early 20th Century – Size: 19” high
Massive Chinese five panel carved hardwood screen with each panel of a writhing dragon amongst clouds above waves and rockery. The five panels are mounted together in a heavy carved hardwood base with scrolling dragon motif, openwork carved crest with dragons amongst the clouds chasing a flaming pearl. Age: 1960-1970’s - Size: 89” high x 99" wide.