Two slightly molded porcelain cups and saucers with floral decoration painted in underglaze blue. Made in the Kangxi or Yongzheng period for the export. All bases with blossom mark within a double circle. Condition: fine. Dimension: diameter saucers: c. 13 cm, cups: c. 8.2 cm.
Chinese export porcelain covered jar decorated for the Thai market. The outside is painted with thick enamels showing trellis pattern. Condition: few tiny rim frittings and little wear to enamels, cover: knob restuck, rim with a small restoration (pic. 12), internal rim with small chip. Dimension: diameter: 10.4 cm, 11.8 cm high, weight: 340 g.
A tsampa box with slightly domed lid made of turned burl wood, probably rhododendron, decorated with silver sheet mounts, inset with coral and malachite cabochons. Dating to the early 20th century, silver unmarked. Condition: cover: with a short crack, bowl: rim with two small losses and an irregularity in the wood, two small cabochons missing. Dimension: diameter: 17 cm, 10.2 cm high.
Hardwood Christian cross inlaid with lotus, vines and a small cross in finely engraved, iridescent mother of pearl. Condition: good, few inlays lost, some small losses. Dimension: 49.4 cm x 26 cm x 1.9 cm.
A small cast bronze figure group of the sitting, elephant-headed god Ganesha with his Shakti on the thigh. From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: traces of extensive worship, base with a small hole. Dimension: 4.6 cm high.
A small cast copper bronze figure of the elephant-headed god Ganesha, depicted here four-armed and sitting on a square base, holding different attributes. From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: traces of extensive worship, base with thin areas and holes, trunk with a breakage. Dimension: 5.6 cm high.
A Chinese silver dish with bamboo design wit inserted Yuan Shikai silver yuan coin, dated to the 9th year of the Republic of China. No silver marks. Condition: some traces of usage. Dimension: coin: diameter 3.9 cm, dish: 8.9 cm.
Humorous blue and white porcelain netsuke depicting a recumbent Chinese boy with movable biscuit porcelain tongue. The base unglazed and with two himotoshi. Condition: fine, only two short firing cracks. Dimension: 7.7 cm x 3.5 cm wide.
Finely engraved small bronze altar of Vishnu with his consorts Shridevi and Bhudevi, cast in five parts. The three gods standing under an arch with a kirthi-mukha at the apex, the base of each figure slotting into the frame. Karnataka / Maharashtra 19th century. From a Swiss lady's private collection. Condition: fine. Dimension: 20.8 cm high x 17 cm long x 6.5 cm deep, weight: 1980 g.