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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1837 VR item #1080185 (stock #lot894)
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Description:

An ivory tray was carved decently with plum branches, leaves, flowers and insects.
By excellent workmanship, the delicate piece was believed originated from high ranking society or even palace's collection of early Qing periods.

Date: Early Qing periods, 17th/18th century.

Width: 18.2cm.

Condition: Very good except some fading of the pigment and minute chips on the rim.
There're no cracks and restorations...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre AD 1000 item #996989 (stock #lot735)
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An archaic bone Xi was from Warring States periods.
By enduring old patina, the ancient decorative piece was still in sound quality when old carving lines were revealed clearly.
It was also used as an instrument to loose the knotting rope.
An original hole was in the middle for fastening.

Date: Warring States,481-221B.C.

Length: 6.4cm.

Condition: One minute defect at the tip, fine restoration.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1837 VR item #948690 (stock #lot648)
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Description: An ivory brushrest was in a fine look.
Depicting the mountain view and a monk-like figure which were in characteristic simple form of early Qing periods, the ivory piece was well rendered by affluent carving skills.
The enduring old and warm patina was preserved on the surface when darken adhesives were kept in the crevices due to age.
It was kept in a perfect condition and was fitted with a later made wood stand.

Date: Late Ming to Early Qing periods, 16th/17th ce...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1700 item #938414 (stock #lot633)
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An ivory plaque was kept in perfect condition.
Being preserved in enduring old condition-the darken patina and the naturally yielded crackles all over the surface, the plaque was used to be a pendant.
By rare and good quality, it was kept in plain form which was responding to a Chinese proverb-- Niang Tsa Bu Zhuo, A High-Ranking Material Is So Precious That Should Be Saved from Carving...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1700 item #805818 (stock #lot500)
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Description: An ivory niche was kept in very good condition. By an enduring old patina, the lovely niche was carved exquisitely in the front for decoration. Intriguingly making use of the original hole of the ivory tusk for hanging, it was obviously used as a portable niche for devoted people. As a charming piece and a very old one, the ivory niche would be a sought-after piece in your Chinese ivory collection. Date: Ming Dynasty(AD1368-1644), Dimension: 6.9cm x 4.7cm x 4.3cm
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1910 item #482524 (stock #lot154)
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Description: An exquisite ivory carving was in an imitation of a bamboo section with which a snail was crawling on it. In a simple clear form, this ivory was a scholar item as a brush rest and a curiosity as well...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Ivory : Pre 1837 VR item #438464 (stock #lot100)
Roy Hu's Asian Art
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Description: An old ivory plaque was decorated with archaic scrolling Chilong(DRAGON) pattern in against position on both sides.On the rims, fret pattern was regularly carved. The motifs of this rare piece had long been used in traditional Chinese works of art. It was an abstract art and a decent motif which had always been adopted by the noble echelon. Date: Qing dynasty (18th Century) Length: 6.0cm Width: 3.9cm Depth: 0.6cm