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A Fine Gilt Bronze Figure of An Acolyte,Ming Dynasty

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Metalwork: Pre 1492   item# 1175445

A Fine Gilt Bronze Figure of An Acolyte,Ming Dynasty
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"SOLD" Thank you,Singapore 

A Chinese gilt bronze figure of an Acolyte,wearing a loose 'dhoti'with a shawl draped over his shoulders leaving his chest bare,both hands are held in front with his left hand holding an 'alms bowl'.His large head viewed with strong articulated features, looking forward with a slight smile on his face. Condition:Very Good with part of one finger missing on the right hand. Circa:Ming Dynasty,1368 A.D.-1644 A.D. Size:2 7/8"H.


An Elegant Chinese Silver Repousse Dragon Bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Metalwork: Pre 1910   item# 809983

An Elegant Chinese Silver Repousse Dragon Bowl
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A beautiful Chinese silver repousse dragon bowl of deep globular form, finely chased across the full length of the dragon's body amidst flames.Marked across the bottom of the foot with a Chinese character mark and two maker's marks with the letters HC. Condition:Excellent with a minor ding to the right of the dragon's front left foot and a few minor scratches,all noted on the photo enlargements. Circa:Qing Dynasty,1908-1910. Size:4"dia x2 1/4"high.


A Rare&Unusual 19thC Chinese Brass Combination Lock

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Metalwork: Pre 1837 VR   item# 68224

A Rare&Unusual 19thC Chinese Brass Combination Lock
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"SOLD" Thank you,Minnesota 

This unusual 19thC combination lock is a wonderful example of Chinese ingenuity.If you collect Oriental locks,this one is a must for your collection,a conversation piece to say the least.Unfortunately,the combination is not available.Condition is good with above average wear due to usage&handling. Circa:Qing Dynasty,Mid-19thC Doaguang Period(1821-1850)Size:25/8"in length.Please note the photo enlargements to see the outstanding workmanship and attention to detail of this fine piece of ...click for details

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