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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Trade Arts : Pre 1900 item #1421623 (stock #WN255)
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$2,200
Antique Chinese silver fish set for 12 persons, with twelve forks and twelve knives. All handles with decoration of small Chinese figures among pagodas and a shield-shaped cartouche with monogram "S", the silver tines and blades engraved. Unmarked. Condition: traces of usage, tines partially little distorted, tips of seven blades chipped. Dimension: fork: length: c. 18.2 cm, knife: length: c. 21 cm. Total weight: 1110 g.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1421284 (stock #WN264)
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$480
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A Chinese miniature wood carving showing a scene of daily life in old China. A court official sitting in a litter borne upon the shoulders of four attendants. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian Henriot and...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1421089 (stock #WN265)
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$400
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Five Chinese miniature wood carvings showing different scenes of daily life in old China. A traditional Chinese doctor with his patient, a scholar writing and a family with wheelbarrow. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè W...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1420609 (stock #WN262)
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$380
Five Chinese miniature wood carvings showing fish related scenes of daily life in old China. A man on a sampan, a mussel collector with a plover, two fishers with traps and a man carrying a fish. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1420388 (stock #WN263)
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$420
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Three Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China, two groups of carpenters and a cooper. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian Henriot and Ivan Macaux in French and Chinese ISBN...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Indian Subcontinent : India : Pre 1900 item #1419633 (stock #WN257)
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$530
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A round shaped silver lingam box (ayigalu or shivadhara) with its original chain. A neck amulet once worn by a wealthier lay member of the Lingayat sect in South India. Markings. Here without jangama lingam. Condition: traces of usage. Dimension: amulet: c. 6 cm wide x 4.1 cm high, chain: total length: 54 cm, weight total: 97 g.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1419337 (stock #WN260)
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$500
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Three Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China, a coolie or an artisan, two men with wheelbarrow and a street gambler. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian Henriot and Ivan M...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1419287 (stock #WN261)
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$450
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Two Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China, a court official with his wife and a couple at the dining table. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian Henriot and Ivan Macaux in...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Metalwork : Pre 1930 item #1419179 (stock #WN256)
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$380
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Three funny salt and pepper shakers in the form of three of the seven Japanese lucky gods: Ebisu holding a carp, Daikoku standing on two rice balls with his hammer and Jurojin with fan. Sliding doors on the bottom marked Sterling 0.950 and a mark. Dimension: up to 5.3 cm high and 5.2 cm wide, total weight: 85 g. Condition: few traces of usage.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Wood : Pre 1930 item #1419056 (stock #WN259)
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$600
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Four Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life on the food market in old China. A butcher preparing pork, a melon vendor, a fishmonger and a coolie. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian He...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Metalwork : Pre AD 1000 item #1418857 (stock #2976)
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$850
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A garment-hook or belt-fitting in the shape of a horse, made of bronze with green patination. According to the Brooklyn Museum, these belt hooks in the form of a horse come from Lelang, one of three commandaries, or colonies, that the Chinese established in northwest Korea during the Han dynasty and that lasted more than four hundred years (108 B.C.E.–313 C.E.). The horse’s shape is reminiscent of depictions in the nomadic Scytho-Siberian culture of Central Asia. Please refer to a similar pi...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1418775 (stock #WN254)
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$580
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Three Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China, dating around 1930. Four persons sitting around a table and playing Mahjong, a young woman in her boudoir dressing the hair and a lady being coiffured by an attendant. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "S...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1418688 (stock #WN253)
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Two Chinese miniature wood carvings showing a execution through stangulation and a torture scene. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Christian Henriot and Ivan Macaux in French and Chinese ISBN 9782849903735. Book n...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1418543 (stock #WN252)
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Two Chinese miniature wood carvings dating around 1930. A horrible execution scene: two executioners sawing the convict in two pieces and a Chinese woman wearing a fish-shaped "cangue" accompagnied by an official. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figu...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Middle Eastern : Pre 1900 item #1418428 (stock #WN249)
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$530
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A Persian torch stand made of bronze or brass with chased and engraved sheath showing floral decoration and arabesques. Condition: traces of usage. Dimension: c. 25.8 cm high, diameter foot: 15.6 cm.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1418289 (stock #WN251)
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$550
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Five Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China: a man threshing, a farmer with ox and harrow, a man following a pig, two farmer threshing and a man carrying a pig. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1418076 (stock #WN248)
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$480
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Three Chinese miniature wood carvings showing scenes of daily life in old China: a man milling the grain, a potter decorating a jar and a woman working at the spinning wheel. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou Sè Wè" by Chris...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Sculpture : Pre 1930 item #1417840 (stock #WN247)
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$500
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Two Chinese miniature carved wooden groups depicting two men playing the Chinese Chess "xiangqi" and a teacher sitting at a table with scholar utensils, listening to his recitating diciple. Made in the Tushanwan Workshop in Xujiahui, an orphanage opened 1864 by French Jesuit priests near Shanghai. Hosting an art school, producing wood-carving, stone sculpture, silversmith, embroidery and painting. Please refer to the book (last photo) "Scènes de la vie en Chine. Les figurines de bois de T'ou S...