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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1800 item #1323903
Ruyi Studio San Francisco
$1,200.00
Two early and large huang-yang mu (Boxwood) figural carvings, late Ming to very early Ching Dynasty (17th /18th C). Roughly cylindrical in shape, each openwork piece has been carved from a single section of boxwood trunk. The back of each piece is carved as a tree with overhanging branches and rich foliage beneath which are one immortal or divine figure on horseback flanked by two attendants...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1323772
Ruyi Studio San Francisco
$460.00
Late Ching Dynasty (circa 1850-1900). This tall, unmarked, bold celadon vase, with its wide flaring trumpet-shaped mouth and inverted base, was intended for the display of long branches of winter prunus as indicated by the traditional flowering motif on both sides of its upper section...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Scholar Art : Pre 1900 item #1323482
Ruyi Studio San Francisco
$68.00
The area of Shiwan (Shekwan), now a district of the city of Foshan, about 20 kilometers southwest of Guangzhou in southern China, has produced spirited ceramic wares since the Song dynasty. Shiwan wares are often figural wares such as this small water coupe—used for wetting ones brush in the practice of painting or calligraphy—in the form of a monkey grasping a water jar. Shiwan wares are often modeled rather than molded figures, a characteristic which adds to their spontaneity and charm...