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A Very Rare Hand Carrying Paper Lantern(Jo-Jok Dyung)

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Folk Art: Pre 1800   item# 541876 (stock# 244)

A Very Rare Hand Carrying Paper Lantern(Jo-Jok Dyung)
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A Very Rare Hand Carrying Paper Lantern(Jo-Jok Dyung); Korean, Choson Dynasty, 19th Century It is a very rare and an unusual hand carrying lantern for using women in Choson dynasty, it is made with a bamboo frame work covered with black colored and thick oiled paper decorated with eight trigrams and eight floral head, geometric medallion designs(Auspicious Ideograph) in high relief technique on the body, Inside, the candle is supported by a revolving clamp that allows the candle to rema ...click for details


A Rare Gold Thread Embroidery Civil Rank Badge

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Folk Art: Pre 1900   item# 513264 (stock# 104)

A Rare Gold Thread Embroidery Civil Rank Badge
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Korean embroidered Civil Rank badge: Choson dynasty, 19th century This is called “Hyoong-Bae” in Korean that is the art of embroidery which is another famous Korean specialty during the Choson dynasty. This is a rare embroidered silk civil rank badge with GOLD thread and embroidered in polychrome silk thread with central pink crowned pair of cranes flying midst clouds, holding in its beaks, branches of “bullocho” fungus, sewn in silk of blue, green, orange, white, black and gold ...click for details


A Rare Three Stacking Sewing Boxes with Wooden spool

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Folk Art: Pre 1910   item# 498206 (stock# 219)

A Rare Three Stacking Sewing Boxes with Wooden spool
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A Rare Three Stacking Sewing (Stationery) Boxes with a wood spool: Korean, Early 20th Century These sewing boxes for women are formed with paper in painted with colorful and applied cut-paper designs which is another characteristic Korean decorative technique in late Choson dynasty. The each wooden box was set with layers of paper, and its last outfit is covered with Korean writing (rice) paper with predominant bright red, yellow, green and purple colors. The paper surface was protected by ...click for details


A Fine and Rare Women's Ornamental Knife

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Korean: Folk Art: Pre 1900   item# 457392 (stock# 159)

A Fine and Rare Women's Ornamental  Knife
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A Fine Women’s Ornamental Knife : Korea, Choson Dynasty, 19th century This is an ornamental utensil knife set with chopsticks used by women and also used for emergencies in Choson Dynasty’s women's society. The case and knife have beautiful feminine carving. The handle and sheath are highly decorated with a cherry blossom design with birds on the silver body. Measures 4 5/8” long after assembled. It’s in very good condition. ****Choson dynasty Korean women wore silver knives hidden ...click for details

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