Lovely archaeological fragment of a Buddha. Tang Dynasty (618-907). The head restuck, remains of soil. H. 16 cm excl. stand and 28,5 cm incl. stand.
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A very elegant and well proportioned figure of very good size: 19 cm (7.5 inch). Rama is the 7th avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. Together with Krishna he is considered to be one of the most important avatars of Vishnu. The figure has good wear due to intensive worshipping and it has a nice patina. Provenance: a Belgian private collection. Please check our other listing of more high quality Indian bronzes from the same collection.
The lid decorated with a scene of go players in a garden. The rest of the box with Buddhist symbols on a dark blue ground. Dimensions: 19x8,5x4,5 cm. Condition: expected age wear, cracks and some old chips to the enamel. Overall in good condition.
Dark blue ground with decorations in gold and green, seberal colorful scenes with Chinese figures playing Go, making music, riding horse etc. The back of the bowl with dark blue scrolls on a lavender ground. Diameter 41,5 cm. H. 11,5 cm. Condition: very good, apart from some age cracks, wear and a chip on the back of the bowl, some pieces of enamel missing, due to the firing process. Overall in a very good condition.
Decorated in gold with dragons, trees and medaillons with scenes of figures in front of buildings. Typical Chinese export work from Canton. The bos has its original feet. Dimensions: 23x16x14 cm. Good condition with expected age wear. No key.
Holding the three legged toad, symbol of wealth and prosperity. H. 24 cm. Good wear and patina and some age cracks.
Grey stoneware, covered with a white glaze, painted with a dragon in black/brown. Diameter 11,5 cm. Jin Dynasty (1115-1234). Condition: firing crack in the body (back side). Otherwise very good. With expected age wear.
Made of silk. Two panels with very fine embroidery of a dragon and a phoenix, with lots of gold thread. The other panels with simple flower patterns. Some of them with gilt brass bells at the bottom. Condition: expected age wear and discoloring, but overall in good condition. Dimensions ca 100x100 cm. Ca. late 19th century.
Made of silk, decorated with intricately embroidered panels with flower baskets, butterflies and Buddhist symbols. With 4 solid gold buttons ( total weight ca. 25 gr.) condition: stains and discoloring of the silk, the embroidery in very good condition. Dimensions: 110x135 cm. ca. Late 19th century
One side de orated with bamboo, the other side with a poem. Dimensions: 15,5 x 6,5 cm. Nice patina, age cracks. 19th century.
Embroidered with the Forbidden Stitch or Peking Knot. With scenes of figures in gardens with pavillions. Ca. 2nd half 19th century. L. 50 cm. Comes with an old valuation report from Christie's Denmark, made in 1991. Good condition with light stains and discoloring.
With original hardware, but heavily corroded. Dates from the 18th or 19th century. Dimensions: 34x19x11 cm. good condition.
In the shape of an animal. H. 6 cm, diameter 6,5 cm. Excellent condition. Tang Dynasty ( 618-906).
Lovely small bowl with a russet glaze on a black ground. Diameter 9 cm, H. 5 cm. Good condition, no cracks or repairs just some stains due to its long time in the soil. Song Dynasty (960-1279).
With its original hardware and original porcelain teapot. The teapot with chips to the mouthrim. Ca. Late 19th to early 20th century. H. 16 cm, diameter 14 cm.
With a lustruous brown glaze over a black underlayer. H. 8,5 cm, diameter 8,5 cm. Very good condition with nice spur marks under the foot. Song Dynasty (960-1279).
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Heavily potted glazed porcelain. Nice burial condition with some discolouring in the glaze. H. 21,5 cm. Song Dynasty (960-1279).
Carved in the shape of a gourd. The silver with fine engraving. H. 8,3 cm. Excellent condition, nice patina.