All Buddhas Ceramic Cloissonné Statuary Wood Carving Misc

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18th Century (Qing period); wood and bamboo construction, metal details. This horse-drawn carriage is the kind high officials used for
Attribute to 16th/17th c, deep carved stone, Northern China. See Detail This pair of stone bases supporting wood columns of
Early 18th C, Elm or Cypress, Henan.  A congratulatory plaque for a Qing township drinking ceremony-winning official upon return of
19th Century; raw silk fabric, ink colors, gold powder; h.7', w. 66" This portrait depicts a royal couple sitting for
Second Half of 18th Century, Qing Dynasty 19½” h. 14¾” w. 9½” d This antique ceremonial incense burner is of
Early-to-mid 18th c. Bronze with enameled cloisonné; lively sculpted bronze Fu-dogs and dragon heads.  7.5"h, 8" w, 3" d. This
18th Century; bronze, some burn marks on figurine providing excellent patina; Hunan Province.  Height: 24" This Qing Dynasty Kuanyin is
19th Century; gilding; Hunan.  29"h, 12"w This antique bronze Kuanyin is seated in padmasana (lotus position), on a lavish tiered
Mid 19th C, Camphor wood, original polychrome, Hunan. 24” h. 18½” w. 16¾” d. This Buddha figure is seated padmasana
18th c, camphor wood, gilding, black and red pigments 12” h. x 39” w. 10” d. This figurine shows Buddha
  19th century, Qianlong period; lamp capped with white jade plaque finial carved with celebratory characters and sits on European
Attributed to late18th/early19th C.  22.5” H.  Has brilliant colors of Kangxi period and "Cursive Script" inscribed Poems. This porcelain vase
This ivory Buddha figure is depicted with a smiling countenance, showing dimples.  He is finely carved with a set of
Meiji period; hippo ivory and lacquer.  Height: This Japanese polychrome ivory figure of a samurai is finely carved with defined
  Rare Mid-Qing Dynasty, circa 1790, grass bamboo, Shanxi. 33" L. This vest is skillfully woven in fine grass bamboo. 
Longshan Culture (2900-1500 B.C.).  Superbly formed, marks attest to it being plucked from tomb.  Authenticated.  10” h, 10” d This
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 221 A.D.) Terra Cotta 12” h. 12½” d. 5½” d. This terra cotta tomb relic
  16th/17th century, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Exquisitely deep carved, layers of natural color pigments, gilding; from Ming temple. 10½”
Attribute to 19th Century. Bronze, lively fierce expression; oxidized patina; vertically twisted body easy to display.  H: 36.25" This pair
15th/16th Century; elm or cypress, Shanxi. This big magnificently deep carved dragon was torn from a temple structure, as can
19th Century; sourced from China.  31" h, 11.5" w Fu-dogs are actually lions.  In myth, they guard the god Fu,
Mid 18th c, camphor wood, natural color pigments, Hunan Province. The qilin in Chinese folklore is the son of the
H. 5”, D. 2.5” This vase is based on the Cochin China pottery style of three hundred years ago.  It
Chinese Ceramic Wine Pot (Chiu Hu) Chinese Republic Period (1920-1940) This wine pot imitates one of same shape shown in
18th C, Nanmu wood, Shanxi. 12” h. 6¾” w. 6½” d. (Larger) 9” h. 4½” w. 3½” d. (Smaller two,
17th C; camphor, Hunan Province.  Important relic showing aperture behind back.  Tallest figure 9". The figures represent members from an elite
First half of 19th Century.  Heavy copper body; carp design on cloisonné rare. 17.5” h. 8.5” w.d. This pair of
Edo period (1800-1868).  Important for its age, motifs, glaze, and the way it was made. 12¼” h 12¼” w 1¾”
33" h, 17.5" d In Burma (now called Myanmar), the most graceful lacquered ceremonial vessel is the Hsun-ok (pronounced su-knock),
Mid-19th Century Height, 9.75”, with redwood stand, 11” This pair of vases is charmingly decorated on a pellucid white porcelain
Edo Period, ca 1850, 12.5"d.  Kiln seal at bottom. Important for being presented to an esteemed American missionary doctor in Korea after the Japanese
Western Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This is a grey pottery of the Lady Nuyong
Attribute to early 20th C.  Came out of China in mid 1990s.  Lively portrayal of writhing dragons. 18"h, 8.5" w
19th C. 11” w. 24” w. 1½” d. This pair of plaques are beautifully deep-carved.  Each plaque has original pigments
Mid 1900s, cane, bamboo, rattan reeds, pine lid, gilding, metal decoration. This skillfully woven and highly decorated stacked rattan basket
19th C, Shanxi.  Jewelry box shows a eunuch and lady attendant; iron legs made available for chair-side use. This is
Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Size:  51" h, 19.5" w. These window panels were made to withstand extreme outside elements. 
Late 19th / early 20th C, camphor wood, gilding and pigment, Hunan 27” h. 10” w. 6” d. Guanyin is

Buddhas

18th Century; bronze, some burn marks on figurine providing excellent patina; Hunan Province.  Height: 24" This Qing Dynasty Kuanyin is
19th Century; gilding; Hunan.  29"h, 12"w This antique bronze Kuanyin is seated in padmasana (lotus position), on a lavish tiered
Mid 19th C, Camphor wood, original polychrome, Hunan. 24” h. 18½” w. 16¾” d. This Buddha figure is seated padmasana
18th c, camphor wood, gilding, black and red pigments 12” h. x 39” w. 10” d. This figurine shows Buddha
This ivory Buddha figure is depicted with a smiling countenance, showing dimples.  He is finely carved with a set of
Late 19th / early 20th C, camphor wood, gilding and pigment, Hunan 27” h. 10” w. 6” d. Guanyin is

Ceramic

  19th century, Qianlong period; lamp capped with white jade plaque finial carved with celebratory characters and sits on European
Attributed to late18th/early19th C.  22.5” H.  Has brilliant colors of Kangxi period and "Cursive Script" inscribed Poems. This porcelain vase
Longshan Culture (2900-1500 B.C.).  Superbly formed, marks attest to it being plucked from tomb.  Authenticated.  10” h, 10” d This
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 221 A.D.) Terra Cotta 12” h. 12½” d. 5½” d. This terra cotta tomb relic
19th Century; sourced from China.  31" h, 11.5" w Fu-dogs are actually lions.  In myth, they guard the god Fu,
H. 5”, D. 2.5” This vase is based on the Cochin China pottery style of three hundred years ago.  It
Chinese Ceramic Wine Pot (Chiu Hu) Chinese Republic Period (1920-1940) This wine pot imitates one of same shape shown in
Mid-19th Century Height, 9.75”, with redwood stand, 11” This pair of vases is charmingly decorated on a pellucid white porcelain
Edo Period, ca 1850, 12.5"d.  Kiln seal at bottom. Important for being presented to an esteemed American missionary doctor in Korea after the Japanese
Western Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This is a grey pottery of the Lady Nuyong

Cloissonné

Second Half of 18th Century, Qing Dynasty 19½” h. 14¾” w. 9½” d This antique ceremonial incense burner is of
Early-to-mid 18th c. Bronze with enameled cloisonné; lively sculpted bronze Fu-dogs and dragon heads.  7.5"h, 8" w, 3" d. This
First half of 19th Century.  Heavy copper body; carp design on cloisonné rare. 17.5” h. 8.5” w.d. This pair of
Edo period (1800-1868).  Important for its age, motifs, glaze, and the way it was made. 12¼” h 12¼” w 1¾”
Attribute to early 20th C.  Came out of China in mid 1990s.  Lively portrayal of writhing dragons. 18"h, 8.5" w

Statuary

Meiji period; hippo ivory and lacquer.  Height: This Japanese polychrome ivory figure of a samurai is finely carved with defined
Western Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This is a grey pottery of the Lady Nuyong

Wood Carving

  16th/17th century, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Exquisitely deep carved, layers of natural color pigments, gilding; from Ming temple. 10½”
15th/16th Century; elm or cypress, Shanxi. This big magnificently deep carved dragon was torn from a temple structure, as can
Mid 18th c, camphor wood, natural color pigments, Hunan Province. The qilin in Chinese folklore is the son of the
18th C, Nanmu wood, Shanxi. 12” h. 6¾” w. 6½” d. (Larger) 9” h. 4½” w. 3½” d. (Smaller two,
17th C; camphor, Hunan Province.  Important relic showing aperture behind back.  Tallest figure 9". The figures represent members from an elite
19th C. 11” w. 24” w. 1½” d. This pair of plaques are beautifully deep-carved.  Each plaque has original pigments

Miscellaneous

18th Century (Qing period); wood and bamboo construction, metal details. This horse-drawn carriage is the kind high officials used for
Attribute to 16th/17th c, deep carved stone, Northern China. See Detail This pair of stone bases supporting wood columns of
Early 18th C, Elm or Cypress, Henan.  A congratulatory plaque for a Qing township drinking ceremony-winning official upon return of
19th Century; raw silk fabric, ink colors, gold powder; h.7', w. 66" This portrait depicts a royal couple sitting for
  Rare Mid-Qing Dynasty, circa 1790, grass bamboo, Shanxi. 33" L. This vest is skillfully woven in fine grass bamboo. 
Attribute to 19th Century. Bronze, lively fierce expression; oxidized patina; vertically twisted body easy to display.  H: 36.25" This pair
33" h, 17.5" d In Burma (now called Myanmar), the most graceful lacquered ceremonial vessel is the Hsun-ok (pronounced su-knock),
Mid 1900s, cane, bamboo, rattan reeds, pine lid, gilding, metal decoration. This skillfully woven and highly decorated stacked rattan basket
19th C, Shanxi.  Jewelry box shows a eunuch and lady attendant; iron legs made available for chair-side use. This is
Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Size:  51" h, 19.5" w. These window panels were made to withstand extreme outside elements.