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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1950 item #1190395 (stock #10695)
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Kogo or incense box in the shape of the God of Good Fortune Hotei, leaning on his treasure bag with a fan in his hands. Earthenware, Raku ware with black glaze and white slip. Japan, 20th century.
H ca. 1-½ inches; W ca. 2-¼ inches.
Traces of usage: two cracks in the cover, some chips in the cover and two tiny chips on the edge of the lower part. Otherwise good condition, charming piece.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #467180 (stock #10345)
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Small phosphatic glazed earthenware jar with double handles. Reddish brown clay covered with dull black glaze with some white Jun-type glaze splashes. China, 19th century or earlier.
Height 5 ¾ inches (14.9 cm).
Black glaze dull, showing water streaks, one chip on back of one of the loop handles, some dirt residue. Otherwise good condition.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #358153 (stock #10208)
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Standing slender lady, dressed in long-sleeved garment, her hair kept in a wide roll in the neck. She holds her hands in her sleeves. Earthenware with red, dark gray and white pigments. Several old cracks and restored breaks, surface somewhat weathered, still elegant piece. Height 17 7/8 inches (46.8 cm). China, Han dynasty.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #293071 (stock #10093)
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Figure of a standing guardian, his mouth wide open. He wears a long overcoat, the sleeves of which are hanging empty along his sides. He holds his hands folded over each other on his belt. On the head he wears a red scarf. His open mouth shows rows of fine teeth and his red tongue. Gray earthenware colored with red, pink, white and black pigments. On wooden stand. Height 12 ¼ inches, without stand. Comes with cushioned box with exhibition label of the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (T - #3). Some pigment losses, especially visible in face and on scarf, otherwise very good condition. No TL-test.