Chinese porcelain snuff bottle with blue cobalt underglaze designs of a flying dragon and a serpent in rolling waves below, gazing at each other. There are clouds and red/green glaze flames. It has a red agate topper, and its bottom has an illegible red marking. 19th century Size: 3.5" height, 1" width
Chinese serigraph print on rice paper by artist Hon Chew Hee (1906-1993) titled "Junkboat Musicians". Hee was a Hawaiian born artist who went to China at the age of 14 to study Chinese brush painting. Titled and signed in pencil at the bottom, #24/26. It is set behind a glass frame. Size: (entire frame) 29" height, 23.4" width (artwork only) 22" height, 16.5" width
Large, rectangular brush pot made from a dark bamboo wood. Each of its four sides has a large panel, carved skilfully with beautiful scenery. Adult and children figures are carved performing similar tasks, such as fishing over a bridge, with grass huts, rugged rock formations, large exotic trees bearing fruit, and beautiful architecture becoming the main focus of each panel. Each side is separated by a thin corner panel, carved with two serpents or dragons with vine-like bodies. Carved signature...
Chinese porcelain vase of a bottle gourd form with a beautiful flambe glaze, a deep red underglaze with white and purple/blue areas throughout, and a thin cylindrical neck, 19th century. Size: 10" height, 6" width
Chinese antique pair of small cloisonne vases, beautiful details, intricately decorated with flowers and scrolling vines on a light blue ground, early 20th century. Size: 5" high each
Gorgeous vintage pottery replica of a sui dynasty tomb horse. Horse has a commanding and powerful presence as if going off to battle in a fiery. Standing on a rectangular base, with three legs planted, and one slightly lifted, giving motion and life to the piece. The face and body are both fierce and expressive yet modeling a poised and elegant arched neck. The overall look of the horse is extremely pleasing to the eye and decorative.
Dimensions : 17" L x 5.5" D x 17" H
Dimensions : 17" L x 5.5" D x 17" H
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Swords and Related : Pre 1920 item #1260568
Antique Japanese iron tsuba, or hand guard for a sword. It has an oval shape with raised motif of gold inlay bamboo shoots and leaves crossing in from the outer edges. Its backside has a single bunch of gold inlay leaves peeking in from the bottom. Size: 2.75" height, 2.5" width
This finely crafted Chinese Steatite brush washer is an artistically carved pomegranate that sits beautifully attached with vines, small berries and a blooming flower. A beautiful scholar object that was made to rest and wash calligraphy brushes, mid 20th centhury. Dimensions: 3.5 in. Long X 2 in. Tall
Vintage woven kilim, or tapestry-woven rug, with geometric patterns in shades of blue, beige, yellow, green, and red and edged in a beige fringe. Kilim are widely loved for their unique style of weaving and are sometimes used for prayer. Size: 60.25" width, 100" length
Antique Chinese porcelain pillow in the form of a young boy resting on his knees and elbows. He has a yellowish white crackle glaze, with deep brown/black accents on his pigtails, eyes, eyebrows, mouth, and on the front of his chest and wrist. Size: 9" height, 15" length
Artistic Antique Indian painting of a woman sitting pensively under a tree. Woman is dressed in traditional indian clothing with beautiful red and gold colors. A towel is hanging on a branch by a stream. Painting is gilt with mineral pigments. Part of a collection dated 1964. Contains signature of Khet Singh 19th Century Dimensions: Frame 15" High X 12" Wide Painting: 3.25" Wide, 4.5" High
Unusual and Charming Deer torso mounted on a very nice custom Iron stand. Deer is from Thailand dating to the early both Century. Beautifully worn by the elements it is now in a stable condition and well mounted. Inlaid with original colorful hard stones. Dimensions: 18" High X 6 3/4" Wide X 7" Deep
Very Charming and fortunate Large antique Japanese Hotei. Hotei, The god of contentment and happiness, guardian of children, and patron of bartenders. Hotei 布袋 has a cheerful face and a big belly. He is supposedly based on an actual person, and is widely recognized outside of Japan as the Fat, Laughing Buddha. Hotei is most likely based on the itinerant 10th-century Chinese Buddhist monk and hermit Budaishi (d. 917), who is said to be an incarnation of Miroku Bodhisattva (Maitreya...
Chinese porcelain "bitong" vase/brush pot with three fu dogs in bright enamel color. The bottom of the vase has the Kangxi Mark. Size: 6" height, 8" diameter
Charming original blond Ko (small) tansu with locking bar and safe (with Key). Many drawers of different sizes with great original black iron hirsute shaped drawer hardware. Wonderful unusual design for a ko tansu. Overall in great shape. Edo Age: 1840's (pre - Dates Meiji period). Dimension: 16 3/4" high X 24 1/2" wide X 16 1/4" deep (Would Look stunning on a Custom Black Iron Stand (we made in house).
Chinese porcelain brush pot, painted in a famille rose enamel color scheme with a beautiful landscape. Bottom is marked Zhang Zhitang (1893-1971). Size: 6" H, 5.5" W
Natural Chinese burl hardwood scroll pot with natural interesting form. Heavy, with original finish. 20th Century Size: 18" L x 16" D x 20" H
Antique Japanese wedding kimono (uchikake). Made of beautiful silk brocade originally intended for an obi. Gold and green with woven pattern of pine, bamboo and chrysanthemums. The lining is sewn of red silk and the hem is padded. Meiji Period. Size: 61" high x 47 1/2" wide (sleeve to sleeve).