Gilded teakwood Buddha on a carved pedestal. H. 52 cm. Good condition with normal age wear.
Diameter 40 cm, H. 3 cm. This is an excavated piece in very good condition with a wonderful patina. Comes with a custom made stand.
Lovely bronze Buddha in the so typical naïve style of Laos. H. 18,2 cm. Very good age wear and nice patina. Ex. private collection The Netherlands, ex. Collection Peter Vredeveld, The Netherlands.
Jambupati type (Buddha in royal attire). Shan State. H. 20,5 cm ( 24 cm. incl. stand). Condition: part of the pedestal is missing, mi or chips and age wear. Overall in good condition. Please have a close look at the pictures.
In Ayutthaya style. H. 13 cm (the head), 21 cm including the stand. Very good age wear and patina.
Elaborate headdress or part of a headdress, used by young girls during a harvest dance (niambai). The lower part is made of thick plate silver, from there three poles of woven silver wire go up and end in a wild bush of wire with silver and cotton ornaments at the end. H. 30 cm, W. 33 cm. Very good condition. This piece can be dated in the 19th to very early 20th century which makes it very rare.
Lovely naïve Buddha from the northern province of Isan. Hollowed out by termites, but miraculously the outside was left intact. H. 45 cm. Original gilding.
Lovely Buddha fragment with good age wear and patina. H. 11 cm (13 cm incl. stand).
Heavily cast in the naïve style that is so typical for Laos. H. 29,5 cm. Good age wear and patina. Remains of gilding. Old repairs to the feet.
Lovely bronze Buddha in the naïve style that is so typical for Laos. It's heavily cast. The Buddha in Bhumisparsa Mudra, seated on a lotus throne. H. 26 cm. Very nice age wear and good patina. There is a minor hole in the front, this is a casting flaw.
Bronze Buddha covered with black lacquer and gilded. Thailand, late Ayutthaya to early Ratanakosin, ca. 1800. H. 29 cm. very good condition, only a piece of lacquer missing at the front.
Mandalay Period, inlaid with glass. The stand with gilded metal ornaments. H. 51 cm. Ex. Johan Möger Collection. His collection was published in the ' Burmese Buddhist Sculpture' by Otto Karow.
H. 22,5 cm. old repairs to the foot. Nice patina. Very fine face and nice decorations on the chest.
Finely cast, with a nice facial expression, the eyes downward, hands in Bhumisparsa Mudra ( calling the earth to witness). Excellent green patina. Very good condition, with a few cracks at the footrim. H. 18 cm. From a Dutch private collection. Collected in the 1970's-1980's. Please check our listings for more pieces from this collection.
A very fine example of Burmese lacquer ware, dating from the Mandalay period, ca. late 19th/early 20th century. Apart from sone minor chips to the lacquer and normal age wear, this offering bowl is in excellent condition. H. 58 cm. Diameter 31 cm.
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Finely cast with good patina. Cambodia, 12th/13th century. H. 7 cm (the figure). Size including the stand 11,5 cm. Excellent condition.
Fine casting and good green and blue patina. Cambodia, 12th/13th century. H. 9,3 cm (the figure). Size including stand 14,3 cm. Condition: part of the bronze stand is missing, otherwise perfect.
well preserved, with a very good green and blue patina. Cambodia, 12th/13th century. H. 14 cm (the figure). Size including stand 22 cm.