Circular wooden box with fitted interior. The cover inlaid in mother-of-pearl with ducks swimming in a lotus pond and auspicious symbols. The exterior walls with flowers and Chinese characters. Condition: separating age cracks, few inlays lost, cover with an old rim loss, interior warped. Dimension: diameter 24.3 cm, 11.2 cm high.
A quite large figural silver betel box worked in repousse depicting a reclining, decorated elephant. Base marked "T90%" and Chinese character mark. Condition: traces of usage, few small nicks. Dimension: 18.5 cm long x 11.5 cm high, weight: 256 g.
A cattle bell with floral ornament made from bronze with dark patina and having a wooden clapper. Ex collection Martin Kerner. Condition: nice sound, some dents, traces of usage. Dimension: 15.5 cm high x 15.5 cm wide.
A small stoneware figurine with celadon glaze, showing a kneeling mother chewing a betel leave and holding her baby at the breast. Dating to the 14th to mid 16th century. Please refer to "Thai Ceramics: The James and Elaine Connell Collection" No. 97. Condition: fine. Dimension: 10.5 cm high.
A small stoneware figurine with crackled celadon glaze, showing a kneeling mother holding her baby at the breast. Dating to the 14th to mid 16th century. Please refer to "Thai Ceramics: The James and Elaine Connell Collection" No. 97. Condition: some firing flaws and chips. Dimension: 11.5 cm high.
Three bronze palanquin hooks with green patina and soil incrustations, dating c. to the 12 th century AD. Two are forming a pair and the third with a slightly different decoration. Condition: one is broken, losses, breakages. Please look at pictures carefully, they make part of the condition report. Dimension: c. 12.5 cm long.
A Mandau sword from the Dayak tribe with nicely carved deer antler hilt, decorated with tufts of hair and braided metal wire. Heavy forged blade, the handle and wooden sheath with rattan weaving. Condition: good, scabbard with loss and incomplete rattan. Please look at photos carefully being part of condition report. Dimension: total length: 64.7 cm, 47.7 cm long
This Pedang lurus sword has a heavy, slightly curved, partial double-edged blade, forged from pamor steel. The wooden hilt and scabbard encased by silver sheet beautifully decorated in repousse with swastika key fret pattern among flower scrolls. The Pedang lurus is an Indonesian sword, common in Java but also existing on other islands. Condition: blade little pitted, needs a professional cleaning and fixation. Front top of scabbard with small losses, some small dents. Please look at photos care ...click for details
Keris with dapur luk blade forged from pamor steel and a typical wood handle. Wooden sheath with repousse silver casing. Condition: blade little pitted and tip minimally creased, wrangka with small losses. Needs a professional cleaning and restoration. Please look carefully at photos being part of condition report. Dimension: total length: 47.8 cm, blade: c. 36 cm long.
The Pedang Lurus is an Indonesian short sword, common in Java but also existing on other Indonesian islands. The partial double-edged blade is slightly curved and forged from pamor steel. The wooden hilt and scabbard encased by silver sheet decorated in repousse with a horse and birds among flower scrolls. Condition: needs a professional cleaning and restoration. Tip of scabbard and front top with small losses, some small dents. Dimension: total length 49.6 cm, blade: circa 38 cm.