Featuring an ivory or bone spoon meausuring 5" long x 1" wide. This is a wonderful piece with pierced designs on the handle. The shape of the spoon bowl may indicate that it was for bone marrow. This piece is very smooth to the touch and has a great patina with various graining. Return privilege providing item returned within 3 days of having received it and in sent condition. Postage/insurance extra. NY buyer pays their local county sales tax on item and shipping charges unless valid ...click for details
Featuring a Japanese ivory bijin beauty in full kimono costume and holding a ball of flowers. She may be a bride. Excellent detail in the robe and flowers. Very peaceful expression in her well carved facial features. Hair is exquisitely carved also. Measures 4 1/2" tall. Base measures 2" by almost 1 1/2". Excellent condition. No chips, damages or restorations.Dates c. 1900. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of receipt and original packaging. ...click for details
Featuring a very fine antique sterling silver napkin ring stamped Tiffany & Co. Makers sterling and some numbers. In a twelve sided simple, elegant shape. Measures almost 1 3/4" in diameter X just over 1 1/4" wide. Very heavy, weighing approximately 54.25 grams. Engraved with initials KR, and also on the interior From the Ladies Aid of the Epiphany. Dates early 20th century. Excellent antique condition! No damages, dents or repairs. Fresh from fine local estate. Return privilege pr ...click for details
Featuring an outstanding pair of Chinese women musician elephant ivory carvings dating to the late 19th century.Fresh from a fine collection/estate where they were enjoyed and well cared for over many years. The fine detail in the seated figures is evident in their facial features, hair, flowing robes,cords, etc. The stands are inlaid with silver wires. The statues have been glued to the stand by the former owner. The carvings measure approximately 7" high x 2.5" deep x 2.5" wide. ...click for details
Featuring a fine elephant ivory Chinese carving of a Chinese beauty or goddess. Very peaceful expression on face. Finely carved details in facial features, hair(flowers and hair pin in hair), hands, flowing robe folds, sashes(with open work) etc. Measures 6.25" high without stand, x 1.5" wide x approx. 1" deep. With stand, measures another 3/4" tall. Statue is glued to stand. Could be soaked off if desired, but gives stability and does not harm carving. Excellent condition, b ...click for details
Gorgeous Japanese porcelain tea cup/saucer with fine decoration painted by hand in the late 19th century in the Arita/Imari area of Japan. This is the finest quality of this type of work and is very collectible and rare. The cup opening measures 3 1/2" and is 2" high. The saucer measures 5" in diameter. Both pieces are in excellent condition with hundreds of tiny flowers with touches of raised enamel, rich brocade designs, and boarders, all in shades of blue, green, orange,and gol ...click for details
An Italian micromosaic oval picture frame in unusual shield shape with ball feet,twisted wire around opening, and hundreds of different colored mosaics in the shape of different varieties of flowers on a white background. No pieces of mosaic missing and in wonderful, original condition. Glass, stand, back, all in tact. Dates circa 1880. Measures 3 1/4" high and 2 3/4" wide. REturn privilege providing item returned in sent condition shortly after having received it and the way it was pa ...click for details
Featuring a charming Meiji Japanese elephant ivory carving of a man blowing a conch shell. Dates circa 1900. Measures 2 1/4" high and 1 1/4" wide. Nice wooden stand included. Near mint condition. One tiny chip on bag at foot as shown in photo, hardly noticeable. No other chips, cracks, damages, restorations. Satisfaction guaranteed or full refund providing item returned in sent and same packaged condition. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless vali ...click for details
Featuring a lacquer ojime of Daruma. Metal tubes for cord to slide through. Signed on reverse side. Very good condition with some wear. Late 19th century. Highly magnified photo shows a fiber going across bead. Please ignore. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of having received item. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax collected in New York state unless valid tax number and resale certificate provided.
Fine Japanese studio porcelain 3 legged koro with pierced pink chrysanthemum cover. Design carries over to base with artistically drawn leaves. Signed Kato Kanzan on the reverse of the lid. Measures approximately 4" in diameter and 3" plus in height. In excellent condition. No chips, cracks, repairs or damages. Circa 1900.From a local estate of a knowledgeable collector that belonged to the Appraisers Association of America.