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A Cinese Cizhou Wine Jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1900   item# 1232991

A Cinese Cizhou Wine Jar
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A 19th Century Cizhou Wine Jar. Straight neck with a ridged mouth. Designs in brown glazes over a rich creme background. Tebody painted in brown leaf designs. Dimensions: 24 1/2 inches high


A CHINESE APOTHECARY HERBAL MEDICINE CHEST

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Furniture: Pre 1920   item# 1232564

A CHINESE APOTHECARY HERBAL MEDICINE CHEST
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Circa late 19th/early 20th century Black lacquer over elmwood This Chinese apothecary chest has a total of 26 drawers. Twenty-four of these are divided into 4 separate compartments while the two at bottom are each divided into 2 compartments. For this type chest, at the front of each drawer are 4 separate red paper tags, each with the content of the compartment it represents identified in Chinese characters. When/if the content on one of the sections is changed; the red tag representing the ...click for details


Chinese Official’s Formal Summer Court Hat Chao Guan

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1232542

Chinese Official’s Formal Summer Court Hat Chao Guan
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Complete Chao Guan, Final of a 6 TH Rank With Matching Dan yan hua ling Ling Holder, Hat Box and Folding Paktong Hat Stand Hat of very fine woven bamboo with silk tassels and a taunt silk covering and rimed with a double brocade. The finial and gilded base in excellent condition. It is lined with gauze. A stiffened red silk covered sweat band inside attached to a finely woven split bamboo crown cradle. General wear of use on leather box with no damage.


Chinese Official’s Summer and Winter Formal Court Hat

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Scholar Art: Pre 1900   item# 1232531

 Chinese Official’s Summer and Winter Formal Court Hat
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Complete Summer and Winner Chao Guans With Finals of a 7TH Rank Official With a Two Layer Leather Hat Box, and Folding Paktong Hat Stand Featuring Blue Enameled Design Both gilded finals in excellent condition and showing good patina. -Summer Chao Guan at of very fine woven bamboo with dyed horse hair. A stiffened red silk covered sweat band inside attached to a finely woven split bamboo crown cradle. -The winter Chao Guan of fine black velvet with crown covered by red floss ...click for details


A CHINESE QING DYNASTY WINDOW

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Architectural Elements: Pre 1910   item# 1229616

A CHINESE QING DYNASTY WINDOW
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Outstanding craftsmanship. A very finely carved functional window. Dimensions: Height—61 ½ inches Width—28 inches Depth-----2 inches Depth at Bottom –3 inches


A QING DYNASTY HORSE CARRIAGE

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 1228125

A QING DYNASTY HORSE CARRIAGE
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Constructed of Northern Chinese Elmwood. Original heavy hand forged metal fittings and wheel rims. Fittings are incised with auspicious symbols. Includes a holder for standard bearer perhaps the rank insignia flag of official. Dissembles into three basic sections. Carriage body lifts off heavily Elmwood iron clad axel. Wheels then detach with removal of lynch pins. Completely functional. Dimensions:


A Chinese Qing Dynasty Sedan Chair

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 1228122

A Chinese Qing Dynasty Sedan Chair
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A restored and complete Qing Dynasty sedan chair. Very detailed carvings on panels depicting scholarly and garden scenes. Carry poles with brass end sleeves. Dimensions: Height---79 inches Width—32 inches Depth----32 inches Length of Carry Poles—104 ¼ inches


An Exceptional Blackwood Opium Damper Stand

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 1157346

An Exceptional Blackwood Opium Damper Stand
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An Exceptional Blackwood 19th Century Damper Stand. Circa 1820. Provenance: Purchased 1987 from Honeychurch Antiques Collection of Asian Art. Original documents available Excellent condition. No damage or repairs. Dimensions: Height-5 1/4 inches, Depth-3 3/4 inches, Width-11 inches


AN OPIUM PIPE of SOLID IVORY

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1910   item# 1125291

AN OPIUM PIPE of SOLID IVORY
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This Qing Dynasty Opium Pipe, including the damper holder and mouthpiece, is fashioned from a solid piece of ivory. The design at the top of the stoneware damper is incised with a design in silver. The design at bottom of holder is of a peony which leads me to believe the pipe was made for a woman. Outstanding craftsmanship. Dimensions: Length—13 3/4 inches


A Rare 18th Century Cast Iron Censor

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Metalwork: Pre 1800   item# 1074968

A Rare 18th Century Cast Iron Censor
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This censor was cast during the early pary of the Ch¡¯ien Lung Period (1736 ¨C 1796 ) , Qing Dynasty. At the bottom left side (pictured) the censor is signed and dated. The Chinese characters at the side:乾隆四年十月吉日 造 translates " it is made in one traditional ( auspicious) good day of October in 1740. The approximate age is 2011-1740=271 This censor is in excellent condition, including the feet. Only cleaned and a light ...click for details

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