All Buddhas Ceramic Cloissonné Statuary Wood Carving Misc

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Bronze Figure of a Seated Guanyin with Mandala
18th Century, gilded bronze, Hunan.  29″h, 12″w The bronze on this Guanyin has oxidized with age, with gilding at places… Read more.
Reclining Buddha
18th c, camphor wood, gilding, black and red pigments 12” h. x 39” w. 10” d. This figurine shows Buddha… Read more.
Wood Carving of a large Seated Buddha
Mid 19th C, Camphor wood, original polychrome, Hunan. 24” h. 18½” w. 16¾” d. This Buddha figure is seated padmasana… Read more.
Unique Famille Rose “One Hundred Children” Design Vase/Lamp
Mid-18th Century, porcelain, antique hardware. 23” H This lamp is a white transparent porcelain glazed vase painted with the “One… Read more.
Jade Figure of a Dancing Courtesan
This flecked sea-green jade dancing figure is dressed in a flowing robe draped at the waist with scarves, bows and… Read more.
Famille-verte Porcelain Vase with “Cursive Script” Signed Poems
Attribute to late 18th C, 22.5” H.  Has brilliant colors of Kangxi period and “Cursive Script” inscribed Poems. This porcelain… Read more.
Famille-Rose Quadrangle Porcelain Vase/Lamp with Jade Finial
  18th/19th c, 31.5″ h, white porcelain, jade finial carved with auspicious symbols. This vase/lamp is valuable for the vase’s… Read more.
Pair of Double Gourd Porcelain Vases with Floral Decorations
Mid-19th Century Height, 9.75”, with redwood stand, 11” This pair of vases is charmingly decorated on a pellucid white porcelain… Read more.
Japanese Imari Plate
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… Read more.
Blanc-de-chine Fu-dogs (Pair)
19th Century Fu-dogs are actually lions. In myth, they guard the god Fu, and somehow came to be known as… Read more.
“Rite of Yinzhi” Carved Calligraphy Plaque
Early 18th C, Elm or Cypress, Henan. Congratulation plaque for a famous Qing township drinking ceremony winning official. Rare.  48.5″… Read more.
Bronze Dragons (Pair)
Attribute to 19th Century. Bronze, from China in 1990s.  Lively fierce expression; oxidized patina; vertically twisted body easy to display. … Read more.
Ivory Doctor Doll
20th C, hippo ivory.  7″ long.  Good proportionate body superbly carved, finely incised details; signed. In Old China, doctor dolls… Read more.
Wood Carving of Three Ancestral “Family-Tree” Figures
17th c, camphor, Hunan Province.  Important relic showing aperture behind back.  Tallest figure 9″. The figures represent members from an elite… Read more.
Neolithic Gray Pottery Jar
Longshan Culture (2900-1500 B.C.).  Superbly formed, marks from plucked from tomb. Authenticated.  10” h, 10” d This gray pottery is… Read more.
Ming Deep Carved Dragon from A Temple
15th/16th c, elm or cypress, Shanxi. This magnificently deep carved dragon was torn from a temple structure, as can be… Read more.
Large Unglazed Grey Pottery Vase
Terra cotta grey pottery, Han Dynasty, found in China in 1990s.  Beautiful “Hu” form; matte finished  with earth encrustation; authentic. … Read more.
Eiraku Vase
5” h. 2.5”d. This small vase is based on the Cochin China pottery style of three hundred years ago. It… Read more.
Pottery Figure of a Dog #9203
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 221 A.D.) Terra Cotta 12” h. 12½” d. 5½” d. Robust figure shows red pigment… Read more.
Painted Grey Potterey of a Cour Lady
Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This standing figure is dressed in full-length robes with long… Read more.
Grey Pottery Barnyard with Two Animals
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.) Terra Cotta 10¾” h. 12¾” w. 10¾” d. Shows degraded terra cotta.  Rare… Read more.
Blue and White Porcelain Garden Seat
Late Ming/early Qing Dynasty, porcelain.  In excellent condition.  19” h. 15” w. d. This barrel-shaped garden seat is painted in… Read more.
Wood Carving of Three Taoist Immortals
18th C, Nanmu wood, Shanxi. 12” h. 6¾” w. 6½” d. (Larger) 9” h. 4½” w. 3½” d. (Smaller two,… Read more.
Important Large Lidded Ormolu Cloisonné Ceremonial Vessel
Second Half of 18th Century 19½” h. 14¾” w. 9½”d. This exceptional incense burner is of the “fanghu” type of… Read more.
Important Japanese Cloisonné Charger
Late Edo period (1800-1868).  Important for its age, motifs, glazes, and way it was made. 12¼” h 12¼” w 1¾”… Read more.
Cloisonné Enamel Vases with Carp Design
  First half of 19th Century.  Heavy copper body; carp design on cloisonné rare. 17.5” h. 8.5” w.d. This pair… Read more.
Cloisonné Baluster Vases with Dragons Chasing Pearl (pair)
Attribute to early 20th C.  Came out of China in mid 1990s.  Lively portrayal of writhing dragons. 18″h, 8.5″ w… Read more.
Bronze and Cloisonné Incense Burner
18th c. Came from China with refugees.  Bronze with painted cloisonné; lively sculpted bronze Fu-dogs and dragon heads.  7.5″h, 8″… Read more.
Deep-Carved Temple Dragons (pair)
  16th/17th century, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Exquisitely deep carved, layers of natural pigments, gilded; rare from Ming temple. 10½”… Read more.
Deep Carved Plaques (pair)
19th C. 11” w. 24” w. 1½” d. Each plaque has original pigments and symbolism: deer and cranes (longevity), bats… Read more.
Rare Mongolian Flint Pouch
  19th century, Mongolia. 2.5″ x 2.5″.  Leather and metal. Hard to fine today. This small pouch was carried by a Mongolian… Read more.
Stacked Bamboo/Rattan Gift Basket with Handle
Mid 1900s, cane, bamboo, rattan reeds, pine lid, gilding, metal decoration. This skillfully woven and highly decorated stacked rattan basket… Read more.
Burmese Offering Vessel (Hsun Ok)
33″ h, 17.5″ d In Burma (now called Myanmar), the most graceful lacquered ceremonial vessel is the Hsun-ok (pronounced su-knock),… Read more.
Lady’s Painted Jewelry Box
19th C, Shanxi.  Jewelry box for a court lady, shows a eunuch and lady attendant; iron legs made available for… Read more.
Two sets of Carved Door Panels
Mid 1800s, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Carved with ancient symbolic motifs; original metal door pulls. About 7′ 5” h, 17″… Read more.
Set of Four Window Panels
Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, Shanxi. These window panels were made to withstand extreme outside elements.  The frame is very thick,… Read more.
Carved and Gilded Figure of Guanyin
Late 19th / early 20th C, camphor wood, gilding and pigment, Hunan 27” h. 10” w. 6” d. Guanyin is… Read more.
Wood Carving of a Qilin
Mid 18th c, camphor wood, natural color pigments, Hunan Province. The qilin in Chinese folklore is the son of the… Read more.
Nobleman’s Woven Bamboo Vest
  Mid-Qing Dynasty, circa 1790, grass bamboo, Shanxi. 33″ L.  Rare.. This vest is skillfully woven in fine grass bamboo. … Read more.

Buddhas

Bronze Figure of a Seated Guanyin with Mandala
18th Century, gilded bronze, Hunan.  29″h, 12″w The bronze on this Guanyin has oxidized with age, with gilding at places… Read more.
Reclining Buddha
18th c, camphor wood, gilding, black and red pigments 12” h. x 39” w. 10” d. This figurine shows Buddha… Read more.
Wood Carving of a large Seated Buddha
Mid 19th C, Camphor wood, original polychrome, Hunan. 24” h. 18½” w. 16¾” d. This Buddha figure is seated padmasana… Read more.
Carved and Gilded Figure of Guanyin
Late 19th / early 20th C, camphor wood, gilding and pigment, Hunan 27” h. 10” w. 6” d. Guanyin is… Read more.

Ceramic

Unique Famille Rose “One Hundred Children” Design Vase/Lamp
Mid-18th Century, porcelain, antique hardware. 23” H This lamp is a white transparent porcelain glazed vase painted with the “One… Read more.
Famille-verte Porcelain Vase with “Cursive Script” Signed Poems
Attribute to late 18th C, 22.5” H.  Has brilliant colors of Kangxi period and “Cursive Script” inscribed Poems. This porcelain… Read more.
Famille-Rose Quadrangle Porcelain Vase/Lamp with Jade Finial
  18th/19th c, 31.5″ h, white porcelain, jade finial carved with auspicious symbols. This vase/lamp is valuable for the vase’s… Read more.
Pair of Double Gourd Porcelain Vases with Floral Decorations
Mid-19th Century Height, 9.75”, with redwood stand, 11” This pair of vases is charmingly decorated on a pellucid white porcelain… Read more.
Japanese Imari Plate
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… Read more.
Blanc-de-chine Fu-dogs (Pair)
19th Century Fu-dogs are actually lions. In myth, they guard the god Fu, and somehow came to be known as… Read more.
Neolithic Gray Pottery Jar
Longshan Culture (2900-1500 B.C.).  Superbly formed, marks from plucked from tomb. Authenticated.  10” h, 10” d This gray pottery is… Read more.
Large Unglazed Grey Pottery Vase
Terra cotta grey pottery, Han Dynasty, found in China in 1990s.  Beautiful “Hu” form; matte finished  with earth encrustation; authentic. … Read more.
Eiraku Vase
5” h. 2.5”d. This small vase is based on the Cochin China pottery style of three hundred years ago. It… Read more.
Pottery Figure of a Dog #9203
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 221 A.D.) Terra Cotta 12” h. 12½” d. 5½” d. Robust figure shows red pigment… Read more.
Painted Grey Potterey of a Cour Lady
Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This standing figure is dressed in full-length robes with long… Read more.
Grey Pottery Barnyard with Two Animals
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.) Terra Cotta 10¾” h. 12¾” w. 10¾” d. Shows degraded terra cotta.  Rare… Read more.

Cloissonné

Important Large Lidded Ormolu Cloisonné Ceremonial Vessel
Second Half of 18th Century 19½” h. 14¾” w. 9½”d. This exceptional incense burner is of the “fanghu” type of… Read more.
Important Japanese Cloisonné Charger
Late Edo period (1800-1868).  Important for its age, motifs, glazes, and way it was made. 12¼” h 12¼” w 1¾”… Read more.
Cloisonné Enamel Vases with Carp Design
  First half of 19th Century.  Heavy copper body; carp design on cloisonné rare. 17.5” h. 8.5” w.d. This pair… Read more.
Cloisonné Baluster Vases with Dragons Chasing Pearl (pair)
Attribute to early 20th C.  Came out of China in mid 1990s.  Lively portrayal of writhing dragons. 18″h, 8.5″ w… Read more.
Bronze and Cloisonné Incense Burner
18th c. Came from China with refugees.  Bronze with painted cloisonné; lively sculpted bronze Fu-dogs and dragon heads.  7.5″h, 8″… Read more.

Statuary

Bronze Dragons (Pair)
Attribute to 19th Century. Bronze, from China in 1990s.  Lively fierce expression; oxidized patina; vertically twisted body easy to display. … Read more.
Wood Carving of Three Ancestral “Family-Tree” Figures
17th c, camphor, Hunan Province.  Important relic showing aperture behind back.  Tallest figure 9″. The figures represent members from an elite… Read more.
Pottery Figure of a Dog #9203
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 221 A.D.) Terra Cotta 12” h. 12½” d. 5½” d. Robust figure shows red pigment… Read more.
Painted Grey Potterey of a Cour Lady
Han Dynasty, painted gray pottery.  15½” h. 5”w. 4” d. This standing figure is dressed in full-length robes with long… Read more.
Grey Pottery Barnyard with Two Animals
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.) Terra Cotta 10¾” h. 12¾” w. 10¾” d. Shows degraded terra cotta.  Rare… Read more.
Wood Carving of Three Taoist Immortals
18th C, Nanmu wood, Shanxi. 12” h. 6¾” w. 6½” d. (Larger) 9” h. 4½” w. 3½” d. (Smaller two,… Read more.

Wood Carving

Wood Carving of Three Ancestral “Family-Tree” Figures
17th c, camphor, Hunan Province.  Important relic showing aperture behind back.  Tallest figure 9″. The figures represent members from an elite… Read more.
Ming Deep Carved Dragon from A Temple
15th/16th c, elm or cypress, Shanxi. This magnificently deep carved dragon was torn from a temple structure, as can be… Read more.
Deep-Carved Temple Dragons (pair)
  16th/17th century, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Exquisitely deep carved, layers of natural pigments, gilded; rare from Ming temple. 10½”… Read more.
Deep Carved Plaques (pair)
19th C. 11” w. 24” w. 1½” d. Each plaque has original pigments and symbolism: deer and cranes (longevity), bats… Read more.
Wood Carving of a Qilin
Mid 18th c, camphor wood, natural color pigments, Hunan Province. The qilin in Chinese folklore is the son of the… Read more.

Miscellaneous

Jade Figure of a Dancing Courtesan
This flecked sea-green jade dancing figure is dressed in a flowing robe draped at the waist with scarves, bows and… Read more.
“Rite of Yinzhi” Carved Calligraphy Plaque
Early 18th C, Elm or Cypress, Henan. Congratulation plaque for a famous Qing township drinking ceremony winning official. Rare.  48.5″… Read more.
Ivory Doctor Doll
20th C, hippo ivory.  7″ long.  Good proportionate body superbly carved, finely incised details; signed. In Old China, doctor dolls… Read more.
Blue and White Porcelain Garden Seat
Late Ming/early Qing Dynasty, porcelain.  In excellent condition.  19” h. 15” w. d. This barrel-shaped garden seat is painted in… Read more.
Rare Mongolian Flint Pouch
  19th century, Mongolia. 2.5″ x 2.5″.  Leather and metal. Hard to fine today. This small pouch was carried by a Mongolian… Read more.
Stacked Bamboo/Rattan Gift Basket with Handle
Mid 1900s, cane, bamboo, rattan reeds, pine lid, gilding, metal decoration. This skillfully woven and highly decorated stacked rattan basket… Read more.
Burmese Offering Vessel (Hsun Ok)
33″ h, 17.5″ d In Burma (now called Myanmar), the most graceful lacquered ceremonial vessel is the Hsun-ok (pronounced su-knock),… Read more.
Lady’s Painted Jewelry Box
19th C, Shanxi.  Jewelry box for a court lady, shows a eunuch and lady attendant; iron legs made available for… Read more.
Two sets of Carved Door Panels
Mid 1800s, elm or cypress, Shanxi.  Carved with ancient symbolic motifs; original metal door pulls. About 7′ 5” h, 17″… Read more.
Set of Four Window Panels
Mid 1800s, Northern Elm, Shanxi. These window panels were made to withstand extreme outside elements.  The frame is very thick,… Read more.
Nobleman’s Woven Bamboo Vest
  Mid-Qing Dynasty, circa 1790, grass bamboo, Shanxi. 33″ L.  Rare.. This vest is skillfully woven in fine grass bamboo. … Read more.