An Extremely Rare Korean Wood Carved Seated Tiger/Painted in Polychrome Pigments-19th C./ Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century.
A well portioned and carved Korean folk art wood seated tiger is on behind a big rock painted multiple polychrome pigments around tiger and rocks, his furious face including ears, eyes and mouth painted with highlilghts in polychrome pigments, and its body details painted in black on yellow body as a Siberian Tiger (Korean Tiger) ofter seen in Korean traditional
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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
A Very Rare/Large/Fine Gold Lacquered Wood Seated Buddha Figure-19th C.:
Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th Century
The seated figure on the pedestal with serene expression, his right hand raised and his left hand
placed upon his knee, his robes elegantly draped around his body, the folds
delicately rendered, his knotted long hair down on the both shoulders with a delicately
carved head crown and high chignon centered
It’s in very fine condition without any part broken or missing but some gold ...click for details
A Very Rare and Fine Korean Gilt Bronze Figure of Buddha 7th - 8th C.:
Korea, Unified Silla period, 8th 10th Century.
It is cast solid, standing with the hands held in varsa and abhayamudra dressed in loose
robes failing from the shoulders and opening to reveal the bare chest,
the serene face below the protuberant usnisa, the back cast open,
set on two-tiered lotus base supported on a six petal stan.
It has an original gilding remaining, but some body gilding losses and rubbed,
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A Rare Stone Carved Standing Buddhist Monk (Priest) Figure-14th C.:
Korea, Koryo to early Joseon Period (14th - 16th century).
This small standing granite stone Monk figurine is very rare from a late Koryo or early Joseon
period, it is on the roundel stone plinth with clasped hands holding a something (Moktak- wooden percussion instrument used for chanting by Buddhist clergy), the drapery falling in
gentle pleasts from the shoulders, the face carved with very much roundel and warm, and
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A Very Rare/Fine Carved/Pigments Painted Wood Carved Tiger:
Korea, Joseon dynasty, 19th century
A solid wood deep carved a man riding a tiger painted in red, yellow, blue, white and black pigments on the surfaces,
a man wearing a traditional hat, black horse tailed “Gat”, and a tiger with a long tail.
It’s in very fine condition without any noticeable damages, or missing apart.
Measurements; 10” H x 8” L x 3 1/4” W (25.4cm x 20.3cm x 8.3cm)
***Provenance; Collection of Mrs Lea Snyher in ...click for details
A Very Rare Open Carved Battle Scene Panel with Inscriptions
Korea, Choson, 18th –early 19th Century
This open worked and mineral pigment painted with gold, silver, red, green, blue, yellow and black panel to be believed to have ornermented the attar of a temple or a Gerneral’s pavilion in commemoration of the battle scene.againt his enemy about 800 years ago or older (It’s believe to be a battle scene between Koryo (高麗 ,고려) and Yuan ? (元, 원). Made of ...click for details