Width: 25.4 cm (10.1 in)
Height of Bowl: 11.5 cm (4.3 in)
Height on Stand: 13.8 cm (5.4 in)
Fine quality, very large spinach jade bowl; good colour and translucency; bell shaped; photos taken in natural light; excellent condition
Chinese bronze lion shape censer/incense burner, bearing Daqing seal mark. Dimension: 115 x 87 x 127 (mm) or 4.53 x 3.43 x 5 inches with total weight of 1.27 lbs/574 grams. No condition issues.
South India 16th c Hindu Copper - Bronze Female Deity. Rare early local deity figure , no losses . Size H 5.65"
Provenance Dr Kline c 1970s
Note University of Michigan Museum has an extensive collection of these figures with online images exchange.umma.umich.edu
This is an antique Japanese merchant chest called Choba Tansu that originated from the Matsumoto region of Japan. It was constructed from Keyaki (Zelkova), Suginoki (Cryptomeria) and Hinoki (Cypress) woods. It measurers that 34.5 " tall, 33.75 " wide, 16.25 " deep.
Merchant chests were displayed with pride by the owner of a shop to give customers the impression of success and longevity to the business establishment...
This is a summer futon cover made of asa ( fine linen ) and traditional "Nami-usagi" ( wave and rabbit ) design which is katazome ( stencil-dyeing ). In good condition except for some stains. Taisho or Showa period ( ca 1920s~1960s ) 118cm x 154cm 46.5" x 60.6"
old and very good great patina
Chinese Pig Skin Leather Trunk in reddish brown color, 11 1/2" high, 27" wide, 17 1/2" deep, with brass round lock plate and handles on both side and lined with cotton fabric inside, and maker's trade marks stamped in front. There are some wear and tear on two(2) corners near top front area.
WOODEN ROOF TILE MOLD
Beautiful curve line and beautiful taste.
Showa period, early 20th century, Japan.
approx. 32 x 32 x 10cm (12.59 x 12.59 x 3.93in)
selected by Jinta
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A glass bead decorated gourd from the Maasai people in Kenya. This type of gourd is used traditionally for the mixture of milk and blood that is a staple of the Maasai diet. Early 20th century.
Approximately 24 cm long. In fine condition. Noted are half a dozen insect holes in the lid, these are old and mostly filled in...
Chinese bronze vase Ming-Qing Dynasty unmarked fine quality and heavy for its size , probably 18thc . Something is in the interior like ink stone or something. The vase is in great condition except for a tiny slight dent to the neck as seen in picture. Size 6" by 3"
Fabulous and rare Showa Period c.1940 fisherman's tackle box full of hand painted wood lures with bronze hooks. The lures were used for squid and painted to mimic the colors of the squid. There are 31 hand-painted ones and 33 unpainted lures. They come in a handsome Japanese elm and cedar lacquered box with drawers and beautiful copper metal fittings. Exceptional mingei piece. Ask for shipping quote. (H38cm x W:32cm)
An antique Chinese square table of tieli-mu wood with a lacquered finish. The apron is carved bamboo leaves and is supported by four legs carved in stylized bamboo leaves. The table has a second tiered shelf.
Date: Republic Period (1912-1920)
Dimensions: 24" square X 36" tall
A bottle form vase by important 20th century artist Yagi Kazuo enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The vase is 4 x 4-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches (10 x 11.5 x 19 cm) and in excellent condition.
Volumes have been written about pioneering artist Yagi Kazuo (1918-1979) and I am sure he needs no introduction. His birth on Independence Day seems to have been a portent of things to come...
Rare Song Dynasty Blue-Rosy-Glazed Junyao Bowl with a Floral-Rimmed Stand The set is composed of two pieces: a bowl and its stand. Both pieces are beautifully glazed in sky-blue with rosy-purple splashes. Together they are artistically shaped like a blooming flower...
Set of two bronze Thai sculptures portraying a similar look to a pair usually seen in Thai temples of Buddha's main disciples, Ananda and Mahakasyapa. The one with hands held together is often the style seen for the image of Ananda and the other, interestingly enough, is holding a flower which represents a famous parable when the Buddha silently picked a flower and smiled, Mahakasyapa too silently smiled marking the transmission of the dharma...