A Very Rare Mother of Pearl/Tortoise Shell Inlaid GO Playing Board- 19th C./ Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century.
This GO playing board is extremely rare, each side panels inlaid with Phoenix and Dragon in mother of pearl and tortoise shell excusitely,
on the top each vertical and horizontal lines inlaid in wire and covered with dark brown enamels,
resting on four bracket feet joined by a scroll outime apron, on the bottom it covered with loose cotton linens and covered with dark enamels.
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A Pair of Very Fine Blue/White Canton Export Tureens-19th C.:
China, 19th century.
Of oval shape with lids in floral shapes painted with a Summer sea-landscape scenes
with sailing boats, moutains and pavilion interiors and exteriors, their knobs shaped as a fruit.
They are vey fine condition without any typical damages at all.
Their measurement: 23cm L. x 18.2cm w. x 8cm h. (9” L. x 7 1/8” w. x 3 1/8” h.) for each.
A Group of 8 Fine Blue/White Ko-Imari Porcelain Cups-19th C.:
Japanese, Meiji period, 19th century
They are very fine quality of Imari soba porcelain cups painted in blue and white with
Bamboo stems with its leaves and peony floral heads, and a single flower head on the well, applied with a warm and soft white glaze over all.
They’re in perfect condition without any damages at all.
Measurements: 3” h. x 3 ¼ ” d. (7.4cm x 8.2cm) proximately.
A Very Fine Blue/White Decorated Rectangular Water Dropper-19th C.:
Korea, Joseon period, 19th Century,
The rectangular form water dropper set on raised feet, decorated with Han river scenery and
the sides with sprays of flowering peony, beneath on overall clear white glaze and bery beautiful
cobalt blue. It has repairs of a small tip of water spout and tiny corners.
Measures: 6.7cm x 7.1cm x 7cm h. (2 8/5” x 2 ¾” x 2 ¾” h)
A Very Fine Punchong Stoneware White Slip Inlaid Shallow Bowl-15th C.:
Korea, Joseon dynasty, 15th century.
The Shallow circular dish tapering to a raised ring foot, decorated with inlaid white slip,
the interior with a centural flowerhead medallion surrounded by band of smaller impressed
flowerheads and stylized curtain rope pattern, the exterior applied with a luster celadon glaze over all, base unglazed.
It’s in very fine condition with a tiny chip to the rim. Measurement: 15cm x 4. ...click for details
A Korean Very Fine Highly Transparent Inlaid Celadon Shallow Dish-13th C. Korea, Koryo dynasty, 13th century
The shallow formed dishe set on low ring foot decorated with floral head and ruyi patterns in white slip inlat in interior and 5 black and white slip inlaid floral head decoration in exterior,
with 3 spur marks on base, applied over all with glossy grey sea-green celadon glaze.
They are in very fine condition without any chips or repairs.
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A Very Fine/Rare Mother of Pearl/Tortoise Shell Inlaid Up-Right Mirror Stand-19thC.: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century.
The large dark brown lacquer glazed rectangular upright mirror panel banded by a mother of pearl and tortoise shell with wire inlaid with a dragon, phoenix, paulownia leaf and floral scrolls,
all on a trestle-formed support with two grooved upright posts, the stand and curving apron further inlaid with alternating designs of phoenix and flrol heads in mother of pearl and ...click for details
A Very Fine Korean Inlaid Rich Greenish Blue Celadon Glazed Cup-12th C.:
Korea, Koryo dynasty, 12th century.
The rounded sides rising to a slightly incurved rim, the exterior inlaid in sanggam with three
chrysanthymum springs below a keyfret border at the rim, set on a slight high foot rim with
3 spur marks. This inlaid celadon cup applied overall evenly high rich greenish celadon glaze. It’s in very good condition-some light stains interiors (see photos), and measures 9.2cm d. x 4.7cm ...click for details
A Very Fine/Rare Group of 3 Identical Koryo Celadon Shallow Dishes-13th C.:
Korea, Koryo dynasty, 13th century.
The group of 3 identical shallow dishes on low ring foot inlaid with white slip floral decoration and ruyi patterns in interior, and exterior with black and wihte slip inlaid with 4 chrisanthymum floral heads, with 3 spur marks on base.
They are in very fine condition with one has a tiny chip on rim and an exterior arears oxidized, otherwise very good condition.
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A Very Fine/Rare/Large Korean Standing Polychrome Pigments Painted Wood Dong-Ja: Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century
A depicting large standing carved Dong-Ja figure is very naïve, and with holding a large lotus leaf with both hands, painted in red, blue, green, white and black pigments, a standing figure on black painted wood pedestal.
It’s in very fine condition without any chips but ordinally cracks with this age
Measurements: 27 1/2” H x 12 1/2” W x 8 1/2” D (69.3cm h. x 31.7cm w. x 21. ...click for details