A seated female bulul figure early 19th , It is carved in the traditional style with sunken eyes and has a sacrificial surface patina which is varied in thickness and color. This bulul was an important and cherished object for its owner. Bululs were inherited by the first child of a family and were held in high esteem. The sculpture has an eroded base . The wood is like an Iron wood very dense and very heavy...
three feet used for small brushest and small metal implements.
Curio cabinets (duo bao ge) pair (sold) xx
This really pretty crystal Bubble 5 1/2 Inch high Cut Laurel Band Goblet was made by Anchor Hocking from 1941 to 1965. This Goblet is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. This Goblet can be hard to find. Be sure to search our other Hocking glass available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
Like many pottery traditions in Japan, Karatsu takes its name from the city where it originated. As early as the 15th century, Korean potters heavily influenced the development of this form—helping to endow it with the earthy, simple, and natural qualities it is so appreciated for. This small dish fashioned from coarse clay and covered in a silky ash glaze. Slightly oblong with one edge gracefully arching upwards, both sides of the dish have been traditionally repaired using lacquer and gold...
Nice old red and black lacquered Cambodian “siri” box, with lovely incised scrolling fern pattern This piece predates the Khmer Rouge regime and circa 60 or 70 years old. In good condition, there is no significant damage other expected signs of use and wear and the lid is a bit warped...
This carved ivory okimono of Daikoku is a mid 20th century product. It depicts a smiling Daikoku holding a mallet (Japanese called Uchide no Kozuchi) or a lucky hammer over his head in his left hand. In his right hand, he holds a cloth bag of rice. Daikoku is one of seven gods or immortals in Japanese culture. He represents wealth and fortune. It is 5 ¼” high, 2 ¼” wide and 1 ½” thick. The artist’s signature is on the bottom...
This tortoise ashbowl measures 7 1/4" in diameter and 2" high.
Due to the polularity of the tortoise figurines, Wade decided to introduce an ashtray, or ashbowl, utilizing the figurines as decoration to add interest to the bowls. The bowl is in the Scintillite finish.
China old huanghuali strandzz
Hanging scroll. Shoki holds Futen’s wind bag which balloons around him and protects him from a very light rain. While Shoki has his hands full trying to control the wind bag, his bulging eyes are rolled in defeat and annoyance towards the right, where a little demon who has a Chinese mortar on his head and holds the pestle in its hand jumps in front of him.
Ink and color on silk...
Fenton Dusty Rose Daisy and Button Boot is about 4" tall and in mint condition. Made in the 1970's (I think).
Japanese Late Meiji or Taisho mixed metal Plate , the image is of a group of people with gilt pine trees. Unsigned and diameter of 9"
Korean Silla Stoneware Tall incised pot, Silla Period, 4th-6th C. stoneware with a slight natural ash glaze and incised comb patterns on the neck between two double lines. The pedestal base with cut out designs, the base repaired as seen in pictures as well as a chip to the rim but otherwise in great condition.Size H 14" W 11"
Lao blanket, acquired in the Northern most province of Phongsaly, 2002, from a small local market. I was told it was Akha but am really not sure as I have no references on textiles from this group. This all hand woven with handspun thread except for the turquoise and possibly red the dyes are natural. L 180cm/70in and 100cm/39.5in. Nice heavy weave no damage.
Antique Japanese scroll of cranes in the mingei art style.19th c or older asis condition signed. 22" wide
Artist: Not identified.
Mt. Fuji and Crescent Moon
Artist's seal at lower left.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo
Print size: Approximately 5.75 x 4 inches.
Card size: 7.5 x 5 inches.
Print is tipped along its top edge to an original signed Christmas card.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
A miniature signed Royal Bayreuth tapestry basket. The basket is only 3 7/8 inches tall and is decorated with the “Colonial Curtsey” scene. The basket is signed with the blue Royal Bayreuth mark and is in wonderful condition.