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A CHINESE SCHOLARS CALLIGRAPHY AND ART TABLE

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1236222

A CHINESE SCHOLARS CALLIGRAPHY AND ART TABLE
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A Chinese Qing Dynasty are and calligraphy table. Circa 1880 Finished completely in the round being exact design and finish on both sides. The frame is elmwood. The carved inserts are black wood. The top is a floating panel made of rosewood. Excellent Condition Dimensions: Height 34 inches, Width 28 inches, Length 73 1/4 inches


CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1236094

CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS
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Two coral finials of the second rank official Both finials are made of tightly plated coral strung beads. None are missing.


CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS /OUTSTANDING FINIAL BASE

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1236091

CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS /OUTSTANDING FINIAL BASE
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This group consist of :, -- an outstanding finial base of heavy pierced metal. The pierced metal is in the form of two interlocking 5-clawed dragons which move freely. The finial base is heavily incised with gold designs. The small jewel at button is either a uncut, polished ruby stone or a richly colored uncut, polished agate stone. It is not glass. ( please see enlargements 4 and 5 ) -- a third rank finial of translucent blue Peking Glass with a opaque orange button on a gilded base, -- ...click for details


A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1236088

A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE OFFICIALS HAT FINIALS
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825.00 

This group consist of :, -- a second rank orange finial of opaque Peking Glass on a gilded base, -- a third rank finial of translucent blue Peking Glass with a opaque orange button on a gilded base, -- a second rank finial of opaque Peking Glass on a gilded base All are in excellent condition


A Pair 19th Century Spindle Back Arm Chairs

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1235073

A Pair 19th Century Spindle Back Arm Chairs
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A Pair of Very Fine 19th century rosewood spindle back armchairs. Dimensions:


A Tibetan Buddhist Ritual Reed Shawn or Gya-Ling

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Himalayas: Pre 1900   item# 1235057

A Tibetan Buddhist Ritual Reed Shawn or Gya-Ling
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The Gya-Ling as known in Tibetan Language is one the traditional ritual instrument made from a hardwood bore. This example is made of black rosewood. It is a type of flute instrument derived from Indian tradition and named Gya-Ling with reference to its source. It has the typical bell-shaped trumpet end, and a reed mouthpiece . It has seven holes at the front and one at the back, quite similar to the western recorder and its wooden bore is banded with hammered bronze wire. wire, coiled betwee ...click for details


A Pair of Architectural Supports IN Form of Fu Dogs

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Folk Art: Pre 1900   item# 1235044

A Pair of Architectural Supports IN Form of Fu Dogs
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750.00 

A believed to have protective powers, fine pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty Fu Dogs that were mounted on supportive beams at either side of an entrance. They are mounted on custom iron display stands. The one at left with a ball is the male Fu Dog. The one at right with the ball and an infant Fu Dog is the female. Hardwood with red lacquer and gild. Heavily gilded. Dimensions:


A SILK YARN WINDER FROM LAOS USED FOR SPINNING SILK

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Folk Art: Pre 1910   item# 1235034

A SILK YARN WINDER  FROM LAOS USED FOR SPINNING SILK
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600.00 

A very fine yarn winder used for holding raw silk floss as it is in process of being prepared for looming. The wheel is made of highly polished and lacquered hardwood. The shaft is crowned with a fine ivory finial. The base is fashioned in the form of a lotus petal. It features a small storage compartment at its top with a lid fashioned as a frog. The frog has a mother of pearl eye. Dimensions:


A LARGE TIBETAN SILVER INCISED LOCK

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Indian Subcontinent: Himalayas: Pre 1900   item# 1235025

A LARGE TIBETAN SILVER INCISED  LOCK
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An exceptional Tibetan lock and custom stand. This is a fully functional heavy iron lock that is decorated and incised with silver. The " all seeing eye" is embossed at top. The chains are connected at both ends by a metal lions head toggle. Dimensions:


CHINESE OFFICIALS IMPERIAL COURT HAT FINIAL

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1234847

 CHINESE OFFICIALS IMPERIAL COURT HAT FINIAL
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This is an exceptional forth-rank officials finial/ insignia for a formal court summer Ji Guan, The opaque blue hexagon ( six sided ) Peking Glass crown is mounted in a intricately formed base with a single pearl. The Base metal is bronze with a heavy copper component and is heavily gilded all round. Dimensions: Heigth---5 inches, Diameter of base----2 inches Excellent condition. Provenance: Purchased from Linda Wigglesworth collection Hong Kong 1988

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