Senatus Consulto sells neolithic axe, spear, cylinder seal, scarab, tools, ceramic
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1447330
Senatus Consulto
$495.00
A rare and quite attractive ancient wooden funerary figure, China, Han Dynasty, 200 BC-200 AD.

The figure in wood is a well-carved large depiction of an attendant, legs lost.

Size: 30 cm. for the figure alone and 33,5 cm. with the costum stand.

Ex. Danish Private Collection
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1700 item #1419757
Senatus Consulto
$1,150.00
An early Chinese carved and painted grey stone sculpture of a Daoist / Buddhist female dignitary, Ming Dynasty 13th-15th century.

A massive figure of a seated elderly woman with elaborate hairdress and clad in robes, seated on a great stool or Throne. Her robe and the stool with remnants of different pigments.

An architectorial piece, likely related to ritual practices, see the other listed figure, these are a pair! (Item # 1419754).

Size: 35-36 cm. tall, 22 cm...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1700 item #1392130
Senatus Consulto
$1,450.00
Reduced was 1695.00
Finely carved from a redish stone with remnants of pigment. His enjoyable face is pleasantly made with an attention to detail, beautiful serene features. The back of the head is flat, probably to place it in front of a wall, perhaps in a niche.

Elegantly mounted on a black costum made black plint in solid metal. Professional $500 work!

Size: About 27 cm. when mounted, ca. 17-18 cm. tall and 13-14 cm. deep for the head alone.

Old Danish collection
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1700 item #1374423
Senatus Consulto
$2,350.00
A very large and superb quality bronze figure of Shou Lao, the God Of Longetivity, also called the undying, China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD).

The bronze figure with the well-known features of Shou Lao, in a wonderful Ming Dynasty style. The Stick and hand was cast seperately to the figure, and afterwards mounted as was costum during Ming Dynasty with the more difficult casting processes. A filled casting flaw on the back is also from the time of the making and typical for the period...