This is an contemporary wood carving of Guan Yin the Oriental's Goddess of Mercy and Love, it is of one piece wood carving using one kind of hardwood, it is beautifully carved out and display the elegance and beauty of the craftmanship, the suface was carved in a way to maintain the natural wood texture(rough surface).....Height 1 foot tall/12 inches to the halo peak.... please feel free to enquire and thank you very much, i am shipping it free to USA using SAL registered....
Jadeite pendant with kylin and scrolls on one side. On the other side is a double gourd . Beautiful Multi-green colored stone. Measures 1.75" tall by 1.00" wide by under 0.25" thick. Excellent condition.
Circular black lacquer dish with applied white-gold foil decoration, all surfaces of black lacquer. Applied at the center with a square of white-gold foil, painted in black lacquer with stylized waves. Traces of white-gold brushed into the wood grain. Unsigned. Japan, 20th century (ca. 1990).
Diameter 6 9/16 in. (16.8 cm).
This piece is located in Europe (EC).
This charming Chinese folk painting of embroidered felt liners for shoes comes from a rural area in the north of Shaanxi Province. It was painted by a peasant woman who used for her subject the embroidery she was doing for her children, and so merges the centuries-old folk tradition of needlework with the artistic expression of paint on paper. The Luochuan painting community was among more than 50 such groups that began emerging in China in the late 1950s...
An unused chinese yixing zisha teapot from old stock , it was crafted/made by Meng in 1999
A royal blue silk shawl handwoven on a bamboo loom in the workshop of Carol Cassidy in Vientiane, Laos, showcases the weaving techniques of interlocking tapestry, supplementary weft patterning and weft ikat. The shawl is an adaptation of designs used in Lao villages by the country’s many ethnic groups for whom textiles traditionally have been an important element of family life, identifying the group and locale and marking life’s events from birth to marriage to death...
Palette to clean the needles. L : 10c
Chinese Bamboo wrapped metal Handle for tea pot, 3" high, 4" to 4 1/2" bottom size, can be adjust the width about 1/2" wider, the condition is new, never used before. Picture show two(2) but I have more than two(2) in the stock.
Chinese Hardwood carved Display Stand, round dark brown with nicely fluted carved design, made in "Hong Kong", 6 3/4" diameter-top inner rim, 8 3/4" wide-outside widest part, 1 7/8" high, the condition is good.
"Made in Hong Kong" labeled Hardwood Vertical display stand for deep bowl, for vertical display purpose for deep and large bowl like punch bowl, very deep in depth and short in height, 9 1/4" maximum high, 9" deep, this stand can display 12" diameter and 7" high punch bowl vertically, so you can see the inside and bottom of the punch bowl-see pictures. Some scratch on the surface from the storing for many years. I have few more stands in different sizes and prices-please inquire.
17th-18thc Hindu Indian Jackwood and Brass Jewel Casket, rare and fine piece , from the personal collection of a major dealer. The box has some condition issues with the closing of the lid but the piece is average condition for a piece of this age . Size H 7" W 11" D 8"
Set of 5 Japanese deep red lacquer plates with gold-net decoration, rim and bootom outside lacquered black. Fine quality wood and lacquer dishes, each painted individually with a net pattern in gold lacquer. Made 1988-04-10, by Ozawa Risuke, Aizu.
Diameter 5.3 in. (13.3 cm), height 0.5 in. (1.5 cm).
Very slightly rubbed in some places, otherwise perfect condition.
Piece located in Europe.
Utensil to scrape the inside of the bowl. L : 11c
"Made in Hong Kong" labeled Hardwood oval shape Display Stand, 4 5/8" x 3 3/8" wide, 1" high, with small curved feet, no damages. I have one(1) more stand, will make pair, please inquire.
Haku Maki was a prolific artist of modern Japanese prints in the second half of the 20th century. Many of his prints are known but quite a few remain unseen, even in the Internet age. The Emanation series was large: Maki probably produced more than 100 different prints in the series. At this advanced age, I have only seen about 30 of the Emanation prints—and have only managed to acquire a few...