Ancient Egyptian Faience scarab for the Administrator of the house, Teti-sheri-neb-ankh. 18th Dynasty or possibly earlier. 1650-1300 B.C. 3/4 inch long. Intact. From a Florida private collection. Said to be purchased in the early 1980s.
his Hattie Carnegie Egyptian Revival scarab brooch / pendant is gold plated base metal with faux carnelian, turquoise and lapis.
Hallmark: Hattie Carnegie, C
Size: 2 3/8" x 2 1/4"
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Egyptian nacklace with faience beads and Shu amulet. - c. 19,89 inches - ca. 50cm
Condition: look at pictures
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Depicting the human-headed Imsety, who guarded the liver. With long lappets, defined ears, strong nose and prominent facial details. Third Intermediate Period, probably 21st Dynasty, 1069 BC to 945 BC. 10 1/2 inches high. Intact. Possibly from a workshop. Purchased in Egypt in 1975, by Dr. M. R. of New York. Purchased from a well-respected, licensed antiquities dealer in Luxor named Mohamed Hassani, whose shop was right next to the Old Winter Palace Hotel. For similar, see a complete set of dumm...
Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery Dog (206 BC - AD 220)
This pottery model of a dog was made some 2,000 years ago, during the Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 220) and has been excavated from Sichuan province. It is made from a relatively high-fired grey pottery and has traces of white pigment remaining on its surface. The detail is good for this type of Sichuan pottery dog, with a well-defined harness, studded and buckled, and curled up tail. It stands alert with its mouth open.
It is a good size wi...
This seven feet tall Antique Korean Trident is the only Joseon Dynasty Trident ever offered for sale. The few existing examples are all in museums in Korea. Only Korea has this type of trident with the small round iron cymbals under the fork for scaring off tigers and other wild animals. The shape of the fork is also uniquely Korean. The Chinese trident has much rounder corners. 82 inches (208 cm) tall, 8.5 inches (21.5 cm) wide.
LARGE Chinese Ming Dynasty Blue & White Porcelain Dish - Binh Thuan Shipwreck
This impressive large porcelain dish was made in the late 16th century, during the Wanli reign (1573 - 1620) of the Ming Dynasty, and was recovered from the cargo of the "Binh Thuan" wreck. It is of the type known as "Swatow" or "Zhangzhou" ware. It is coated in a thick crackled glaze, the bold underglaze blue decoration featuring in the centre, a standing phoenix, surrounded by various floral patterns including pa...
Rare Reference Book: Classical Chinese Furniture – Marcus Flacks
Unlike other Asian cultures of the 17th and 18th centuries, the Chinese did not sit on the floor. The simple fact that the Manchu invaders imported highly flexible furniture from their yurts influenced the development of Chinese design and decorative arts. Within a few years of the Manchu invasion, Chinese craftsmen combined their highly refined design aesthetic with extraordinary exotic woods, veneers, and lacquer to create ...
Rare Chinese Han Dynasty Large Glazed Pottery Ding Tripod - Dragons
This very rare and unusual example of a ding tripod was made during the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25 - 220) from a fairly high-fired pale reddish-brown pottery. It is extremely "heavily-potted" and unusually tall. It is coated in a streaky green glaze, the colour of which varies due to runs and variations in its thickness. In places the glaze has acquired a silvery iridescence, especially where thin, a result of exposure to mo...
Chinese Northern Song Dynasty Qingbai Porcelain Bowl in Kiln Saggar
A rare opportunity to acquire a Northern Song Dynasty (AD 960 - 1127) kiln saggar still containing its Qingbai porcelain bowl, excavated from a kiln site in the Jingdezhen area of Jiangxi province. This is one of a variety of different Qingbai porcelain wares in saggars, mostly bowls and dishes of varying sizes and patterns, that we were very lucky to be able to acquire some time ago and now offer for sale.
Chinese Song / Yuan Dynasty Qingbai Glazed Porcelain Bowl
This porcelain bowl was made during the latter part of the Song Dynasty (AD 960 - 1279) or possible the early Yuan Dynasty (AD 1279 - 1368), most likely at one of the Dehua kilns in Fujian province. It has a fairly thin translucent body and is coated in a pale greenish and very finely-crackled qingbai glaze. The rim remains unglazed as such bowls were fired in the kiln stacked upside down between firing rings. Often such bowls had a s...
Rare Chinese Ming Dynasty Enamelled Porcelain Box (Fish & Birds)
This rare enamelled large round porcelain box was made during the Wanli reign (1573 - 1620) of the Ming Dynasty. The decoration features predominantly red and green enamels, with some black around the outline of the panels. The cover features a fish in red and green enamel in its centre surrounded by a wide band of green, then various lines in red, geometric patterns and three panels each containing a bird in flight. The lower ...
Very rare Steuben cast crystal shade or plaque, shape 8418. The satin finished Pomona Green shade is 9 inches square and depicts a kneeling nude with a flowing cape surrounded by grapes and vines. This shape number is listed as a shade in the line drawings in “The Glass of Frederick Carder” by Paul Gardner.
A Fine Bronze Seated Buddha Sakyamuni Figure, U'Thong Style, Early 16th Century. Seated in Sattvasana, his hands in Bhumisparsa and Dhyana mudra. Wearing a sanghati with long sash. His face with meditative expression, downcast eyes under incised arched eyebrows, broad triangular nose and outlined lips, elongated earlobes. His hair arranged in rows of small curls. Measurements: Height - 43 cm (17 In) Don't hesitate to send your offer, we always do our best to offer the most attractive pieces for ...
Beautiful 6 inch tall blue Aurene ruffled rim compote with a twist stem. The compote has a 6 inch diameter bowl with onion skin stretched rim. The compote is signed “Aurene 367" around the polished pontil.
Offered is a very handsome apothecary MORTAR & PESTLE from the 19th century made from lignum vitae wood.
This eye catching example measures 11.5 inches high with the pestle in place and is 5.5 inches in diameter. The bulbous pestle is 10.5 inches long and sports sculpted turnings.
The condition is very good with mild wear and loss to the finish, various unobtrusive edge chips and slight hairline splits to the mortar and pestle.
Lignum vitae, Latin for "wood of life", is an exotic wood na...
浅沓と米俵 / CLOGS AND RICE BAGS
Wood carving asagutsu (shallow clogs) and rice bags that belong to the statue of Daikokuten (Syncretic Japanese deity of fortune and wealth). What an innovative remains and existences.
Showa period, early 20th century, Japan. approx. 13 x 14 x H 7cm (5.11 x 5.51 x 2.75in).
selected by Jinta
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Offered is a wonderful, circa 1920s, hanging, Apothecary Show Globe fashioned in the Art Deco style, complete and all-original. Very often hung in the front window of the local drug store to attract customers, these show globes were frequently filled with colored water to add extra depth and interest to their sculpted appearance.
Condition of this fabulous piece is quite fine. The interior of the globe and finial note some faint, scattered, age-related haziness. While the large globe has abs...