Chinese embroidered dragon panel on red satin with satin stitch, forbidden stitch and gold couching. Dragon has 5 claws and is surrounded with precious objects. The total dimensions of the cloth are: 15.25 inches (38.7 cm) tall by 10.25 inches (26 cm) wide.
Condition: Fine with a couple of loose threads. Piece appears to have been previously glued to a paper window mat with remnants of paste and paper along outer edges (see enlargements).
Embroidered stiffened antique patch, probably from a hat appliqued onto a piece of red damask. Mounted with brocade, satin and braid trim. The total dimensions of the mat are: 10.125 inches (25.7 cm) tall by 10 inches (25.4 cm).
Condition: Losses to the black threads at the Buddha's arms. Light soil (see enlargements).
Late 19th Early 20th Century Yixing Zisha Teapot with enameled decoration. Bird
and Flowers on one side and flowers on the other. Bottom and lid are marked. Yu
Feng Shun Ji (A shop mark). About 6.75" tall, about 7.00" tip of spout to handle,
6.00 Diameter. Condition: Very old chip in spout otherwise typical for a used
teapot of this age. See Enlargements, especially #5.
Late 19th Early 20th Century Yixing Zisha Teapot with enameled decoration. Squirrel and Grapes on one side and grapes on vine on the other. Enameled Spout and Handle. Bottom is marked Yi Xing Zi Sha You Ting for Shao Youting. About 4" tall, about 7" tip of spout to handle, 3.625 Wide. Condition: Inside lip has a small piece missing otherwise typical for a used teapot of this age. See Enlargements, especially #5.
Black Overlay snuff bottle on opaque white glass with a bat and tiger on one side, and a dragon on the other. 2.426 inches tall and 1.466 wide and .834 thick.
Condition: Fine Condition with a very minor specks in material (See Enlargements).
Late nineteenth century octagonal bowl in famille rose palette with a treasure
depicted on each face. Tongzhi Mark. Measures 4.420 diameter, 2.066 tall.
Condition: There is a small chip the rim (see enlargement 4).
Late Qing Yixing Zisha Teapot with enamelled decoration including Prunus, Pine and Bamboo. Bottom mark reads Jiang Zhenxiang, a noted 19th Century potter. 3.75" tall, about 8.5" wide from tip of spout, but basic diameter about 6 inches.
Condition: Handle missing; enamel losses where handle rubbed (see enlargements 1 & 3); loss to inner rim (see enlargement 6).
Late Qing or Republic Yixing Zisha Teapot with
enamelled decoration including a bird on one side and prunus on
the other. Bottom is unmarked, lid is marked Yao Ting (Hu
Yaoting) 4.015" tall, about 8.25" tip of spout to outer edge of
handle, 2.695 Wide". Condition: Chip in edge at top on bird
side; enamel losses on top of handle; small spatter of enamel on
base and some kind of mfg or firing flaw near that on bottom.
Qing Tongzhi bottle form oxblood Vase, Late Nineteenth Century. Vase measures 15.75 inches tall, 9.5 inches diameter, 5 inches diameter at mouth.
Condition: Good Condition, we can neither see nor feel any repairs or losses. Please study enlargements 2 & 3 for firing flaws
ate nineteenth early twentieth century oval quatrefoil bowl in famille rose palette. Lotus flowers and leaves around outside and a key fret border around the foot. Measures 7.625 long, 5.375 wide, 2.375 tall.
Condition: There is a restoration to the rim (see enlargement ^
Qing Yixing Zisha Teapot with overall enamelled
decoration. Three medallions on each side, one depicting a happy
boy. Not marked, but with an export seal. 2.545" tall, about 6.5"
tip of spout to outer edge of handle, body diameter about 4.165".
Condition: Lid has chips outer edge and on knop; pits in enamel
at spout tip; typical crude material; one of the strap handles has
a glob of excess enamel that has chipped off (to the left of the
boy, see Enlargement 1).
Nicely carved, gilt and painted wood panel depicting Opera scenes, with areas of mother of pearl flaked highlights. Panel measures 5.75 inches tall by 16.875 inches wide, and is about .5 inch thick. There is a sawtooth hanger mounted center back top.
Condition: Good overall for age and material. There is an export seal on face at upper right corner. No apparent cracks, splits, or other losses. Please study the photographs.
Chinese Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Figure of Horse Torso with Separate Head. About 13 inches long, about 5 inches wide at rump, about 5.25 inches tall without head. Head is about 6 inches tall.
Condition: Please study the photographs. Most of the pigment is gone.
Han Dynasty Stick Figure Female with some remaining pigment. Acrylic Stand. About 18.5 inches tall, about 3 inches wide.
Condition: Typical Condition for these pieces. Please study the photographs.
Han Dynasty Painted Tripod Censer with much of the paint remaining. The measurements are about 7 inches tall and about 7" diameter, about 9" handle end to handle end.
Condition: Good overall, with typical wear. One leg has been reattached, other two have minor separation at the join. Please study the pictures for details.
Set of three small mingqi figures of terracotta with some remaining white pigment. Each is about 6 inches tall and 4 inches breast to tail tip.
Condition: Typical condition for these pieces. Varying amounts of remaining pigment, scrapes and wear. Please study the photographs. One of them has a crack in the breast and a large spade mark (see enlargement 6).
A colorful small mingqi figure of gray pottery with remaining bright pigment. 6.5 inches tall.
Condition: Typical condition for these pieces. Varying amounts of remaining pigment, scrapes and wear. Head appears to be reattached. Please study the photographs.
Three small mingqi figures of gray pottery with some remaining pigment. Each is between 6 and 7 inches tall.
Condition: Typical condition for these pieces. Varying amounts of remaining pigment, scrapes and wear. Please study the photographs. One of them has a felt pad to help it stand up.