Tibetan Himalaya woven cotton Lady's Belt, colorful Sash, 95" long, 1 3/4 wide, with intricate interesting design of Buddhist symbols and animals, used condition, no damages.
This is an excellent and intricately carved very charming netsuke, made by our own Pennsylvania native, David Carlin. He describes it as a "Model of 3 elderly bearded gentlemen, each leaning on the back of the other with the first two carrying blind man's canes.
The third holds a bottle into which "DC" is etched in a double square cartouche. Each dressed in a robe with a rope belt.”. Natural Himotoshi is formed by the first Blind Man's arms. Netsuke is heavily polished...
Chinese Hardwood round brown Display Stand, 3 7/8" diameter-inside top rim- your object must be smaller than 3 7/8" diameter, 5 3/4" wide-widest middle area, 1 3/4" high, nicely carved stand, the condition is good.
Pair Made in "Hong Kong" labeled Hardwood Hexagonal shape Large Tops, 6 7/8" - outside point to point maximum measurement, 6" wide - outside side to side, 5/8" high. 5 1/2" wide - inside point to point measurement, 4 3/4" wide- inside side to side, the condition is good. Please inquire for the exact size of the top.
Large Chinese Blue Fabric Storage Box for precious Objects, 16" x 14" x 10" two(2) trays inside lined white fabric, outside blue fabric is dirty but inside is clean and intact, good storage box.
Chinese carved Wood round cover or top for Tea Caddy or Tea Jar, 2" diameter and 3/4" high for outside, 1 5/8" diameter and 5/8" high for inside measure, your tea caddy must be smaller than top. The condition is good.
Vertically long ceramic cats, Showa period, 20th century, Japan, Large: H 31 x 8 x 7cm (12.20 x 3.14 x 2.75in), Small: H 19 x 6 x 5cm (7.48 x 2.36 x 1.96in)
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The striking kanji means Rising. Maki produced this image in 1970 as a modest black on white print. This print is Poem 70- 48 (rising): The kanji,which is the print's core theme, is reiterated in the title. When this print first came out, it must have in a winner: 59/151 . This print has a golden yellow sun and a light blue tear or splash to give it verve. This is the Maki style. A year later in 1971 Maki produced a Big Red, the same character shown here was done as a Red kanji in striking image...
Chinese Cloisonne group lot including a nice bowl tiny vase a Crain bent beak? and a small round tray. Selling as is the bowl 5-inch diameter the bird 3.25".
Takao Takei was very prolific artist, best known for illustrating children’s books. He created numerous artworks, mostly woodblock prints, and his famous limited edition series of printed books titled “Kanpon” pushed the limits of printing. These volumes were regularly printed as updates in the Kanpon series, with articles by Takao and other scholars.
Fourteen volumes included are 32-34, 37, 40, 41, 43-48, 52 and 53. Published between 1973 and 1983...
Vintage Chinese Lucky Rabbit Exotic wood Sculpture with 2 rabbits towing a large coin. Very well carved in a dark hardwood like ebony with a mother of pearl signature inlay but it is unsigned. Size length 4" by 3" high.
"Hong Kong" made Hardwood Rectangle shape Display Stand, 6" x 4" wide, 1 5/8" high, with 4 carved legs, the condition is good.
Beautiful nature Scholar's Rock Linbi stone fitted rosewood base.
9 inches x 10 inches.
This beautiful and well hollowed black hair crystal snuff bottle is a mid-20th century product. It is 2 1/2" high,1 3/8" wide and 5/8" thick with a red carnelian cap. Aside from a small chip on the top rim, it is in very good condition.
Pair Chinese Hardwood Scroll shape Stands, 4" wide, 2 1/2" deep, 7/8" high, the condition is good.
India Hindu metal musician figure with a drum and trimmed with tassels, h 8.5"
These are 3 different “takes” of the kanji Stone.
Red is Work 74-58 (Stone) ; Green is 76-56 (Stone);
Blue is 76-54 (Stone).
The green one is larger than the other two All have the striking
black sun as one stroke of the kanji. Red stone is apparently backwards
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