This glass inside painting snuff bottle is 3 1/4" high, 2" wide and 7/8” thick. The bottle has a dark agate cap. The snuff bottle is dated 1997. The artist’s name is Yu Shi. Yu Shi's original name is Zhang Yu-Xiao. He was born in 1979 in Hebei province. He enjoys painting Buddha, Guan-Yin, Bodhidharma and other Buddhist figures. One side of the snuff bottle is the image of Daruma (達磨) and the other side is Budai or Hotai (布袋和尚). It is in great condition.
This very well carved two-tone hard stone snuff bottle is a 1980's product. It depicts an old sage chatting with a young man under a pine tree. It is 3" high, 2" wide and 1 3/8" thick with a red carnelian and silver rim cap. It is in great condition.
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.
A Painted Glass Snuff or Scent Bottle
Details: A scent or snuff bottle dated Ding Mao ( 1986)
Height 3.0 Inch
Period: 20th century
Place of Origin: China
Condition: no spoon top lid affixed .
Shipping: $7.50 priority mail CONUS only.
Cong style lamp.
Jade or Jadeite finial.
interior tag "Andrea By Sadek made in Japan"
Height of lamp to finial 26.5"
Height of vase 10.5"
Square each side 5"
10.5 inch length slightly flared
Period: 20th century 3rd-4th quarter
Place of Origin: Japan
Materials: Porcelain and wood base
Style: traditional Chinese art
Condition: very good vintage condition no defects noted except final is loosely attached to the lamp.
Shipping: $100.00 priori...
DESCRIPTION: A fantastic Acoma pottery water jar of large size with a wonderfully complex polychrome design containing bear and Kokopelli figures. A double rainbow of light and dark sienna bands divides this beautiful greenware olla into six cartouche segments, three larger ones with bears below the arched rainbows, each with different background designs, and three smaller ones with stylized Kokopelli figures (fertility deities) playing flutes...
This is a Japanese Lacquer KABUKI TENGU MASK, Signed, from Japan, possibly mid 20th Century. It measures about 6 3/4" X 4 1/4" X 11" ( 17.2 cm X 10.8 cm X 28.1 cm ). The mask is orange with golden hair and eyes, and black eyebrows and teeth. The back of the mask is black and has red Japanese writing. The mask has a layer of gesso that was applied underneath the lacquer paint.
This is a Native American Indian NAVAJO Rug. It is a brown rug with beige, orange, black, green colors. It measures about 15" X 14 1/2" ( 38.3 cm X 37.0 cm ).
Chinese carved Hardwood Display Stand, made in "Hong Kong" label, 2 7/8" diameter inside top rim, 1 5/8" high, the condition is good.
Chinese carved Hardwood Display Stand, made in Hong Kong, 1 7/8" diameter inside top rim, 1 1/2" high, one(1) small tip of Ruyi carving is missing.
Chinese carved Hardwood "Hong Kong" made" label Display Stand, 2 1/2" diameter inside top rim, 1 1/4" high, I have more stands same size available, please inquire. The condition is good.
Chinese carved Hardwood Display Stand, 4 3/8" diameter inside top rim, 1 3/4" high, "Made in Hong Kong" label, the condition is good. I have another one available, will make pair. Please inquire.
Two(2) Chinese carved Hardwood Display Stands, black stained, 4 5/8" diameter inside top rim, 1 3/8" high, the condition is good.
DESCRIPTION: A Native American silver cuff bracelet having hammered and stamped accents; silver band is a nice, wide 1.5”. Stamped “RVF” by Navajo Silver Artist Roger Francisco. DIMENSIONS: Inner circumference = 5.75"; wrist opening = 1.75". Total weight = 52 grams.
DESCRIPTION: A hand carved and painted pair of Native American Hopi Kachina (or Katsina) dolls, one in a long green and blue robe with red neck kerchief, the other in an elaborate headdress. Each is signed, one signed “Mongwa, D. Scott, Old Oraibi” and the other “D. Harvey, Koyemsi, Hopi Tewa, ‘96”. DIMENSIONS: Tallest 10.75” high.
CULTURAL BACKGROUND: The Hopi people live primarily on three mesas in northeastern Arizona, about 70 miles from Flagstaff...
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