Early 14th century; extinct Sophora (Huai) wood; Shanxi. This pair of early Ming altar tables is rare not only because
13th/14th Century; extinct Sophora (Huai) wood, pine and other soft wood for secondary framework; all-original and in excellent condition; Shanxi.
18th Century (Qing period); wood and bamboo construction, metal details. This kind of horse-drawn carriage is a mode of transport
17th Century; Northern Elm and miscellaneous secondary wood; Shanxi This shrine is red-lacquered, gilded, and decorated with paintings and magnificent
Late Ming/early Qing (late17th/early18th c); walnut; Shanxi.   Expensive wood, beautiful openwork carvings, Buddhist motif relief carvings on side panel.  86.5"
Circa 1860 (Yi Dynasty); pear wood, iron fittings, printing-block panels; found on Kangwha Island, Korea.  36" w, 17"d, 34" h.
Ca.1860; chestnut wood frame, pear wood inlay; Kang Wha Island, Korea.  One hundred Chinese characters inlaid instead of painted on.
  1860, Choson Dynasty, lime wood, mother-of-pearl, found on Kangwha Island, Kyung Ki Do Province.  30.5"w, 14.5" d, 41.75"h with
1880. 1880, Yi Dynasty; pear wood, mother 0f pearl, brass, silk lining; found on Kangwha Island after the Japanese Occupation;
1880 (Yi Dynasty); cedar, brass fittings; found on Kangwha Island, Korea       42" w x 24.5" d x
1870, lime wood and nacre, found on Kangwha Island, Kyung Ki Do Province.  Certified.  25.75"w, 13"d, 10"h With inlay of
1870, pear wood, sharkskin and brass-wire inlay, iron fittings, Kangwha Island, Kyung Ki Do Province.  23.75"w, 10.5"d,  12.5"h. This rare
Ca 1870; pear wood and chestnut for front and sides, elm as secondary wood, carved metalwork with significant motifs; Cheon
1850 or earlier, Zelkova with dragon pattern grains (Dragon-wood), primitive-style iron fittings; found on Kangwha Island, prison colony for the
1850 or earlier, Zelkova with dragon image grain-pattern (Dragon-wood), Kangwha Island, prison colony for the Kingdom of Korea for two thousand years.
Second Half of 18th Century 19½” h. 14¾” w. 9½”d. This exceptional incense burner is of the “fanghu” type of
Edo period (1800-1868).  Important for its age, motifs, glaze, and the way it was made. 12¼” h 12¼” w 1¾”
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
  16th/17th c.  Rare; age shown by old method of application of painted pigments on fabric over board; done by
17th/18th c, pine, mineral pigments, gold leaf.  42" w, 18" d, 55.5" h. From the earliest times, some form of
16th/17th c, pine, mineral pigments, gesso, gold leaf. 33"w, 17.5"d, 79"h. This cabinet illustrates the richness of furniture made in
13th/14th c, Sophora (Huai) wood, Shanxi.  Distinguish for age and rare extinct wood that never warps; beautiful deep carving.  46"
Mid 1800’s, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Quality construction with beautiful carved antiquity designs; drawer slides out at each end; excellent condition.
17th/18thC, Camphor, Hunan.  Rare five-claws dragons cabriole legs; designed for the elite; graceful  central hallway table in reception hall.  44"
15th/16th C, Northern Elm, Shanxi.  Beautifully carved; original iron pulls and d-hammered nails.  84" w, 24" d, 30.5" h This 
16th/17th C, Sophora, Shanxi. Considered "honorific seat"; of extinct wood, elegantly styled; aged but fit in contemporary setting. 15½” h.
15th c; Sophora (Huai) framework, cypress and miscellaneous wood side panels; rare "Heavenly Stallions" carvings;  Shanxi. 36” h x 51”
About 15th C; Sophora (Huai) wood, pine or other soft wood for secondary framework; Shanxi. 35” h. 70” w. 25”
17th/ 18th century, Northern Elm (Yumu), thick red lacquer, fabric underlay, gilded Buddhist auspicious symbols, original brass lock-plate; Shanxi province.
15th/16th century, Northern Elm or Sophora (Huai), Shanxi. This pair of chairs displays indisputable characteristics of what constitute a Ming
16th/17th century, raw lacquer mixed with clay powder over core wood, Shanxi; storage of Chinese  scripture of "Avatamasaka Sutra".  23"w,
16th/17th C; Sophora (Huai); Shanxi.  Of rare extinct wood; tall back and wide seat suitable for today; all-original. This kind
15th/16th C, Sophora (Huai), Shanxi.  Exceptional construction from extinct wood; distinguish deep grains, never warps; refined styled and carvings.  
Early-mid18th C, Elm, Shanxi.  "Duawen'' crackling look and screen paintings with "Scholar's Rock" treasured by Ming literati; good condition. This
Mid-1800s, elm, Shanxi.  Gilded paintings with designs favored by elite class; superb condition; original lock-plate; no restoration.  47.5" w, 22.75"
Ca 1880; persimmon, pine; Kyung Ki Do Province.  Rare finding after war; exceptional construction complimented by wood and brass fittings;
  Ca 1860, found in Kangwha Island, lime wood, mother-of-pearl inlay; made for high-ranking court official; certified. 28½” h. 34¾
1860, chestnut wood, sharkskin/brass wire inlay, found on Kang-Wha Island, Kyung Ki Do Province.  8" w, 14" d, 11.75" h.
Ca 1870, Kang Don Do Province.  Solid chestnut, unique locking system and drawers arrangement inside suggest piece used by elite class. 
  1860; chestnut wood with sharkskin, brass-wire inlay; found on Kang-Wha Island. This is no ordinary bean chest.  It was
1880, pine and pear wood, paulownia wood inlaid Chinese characters.  36" w, 15.5 " d, 25" h. This chest is
1860, Zelkova "dragon wood", iron fittings, found on Kangwha Island. Certified. This document chest is made from zelkova but because
1860, sharkskin/brass wire inlay, iron fittings, found on Kangwha Island, Kyung Ki Do Province. Certified. This rare chest was found
  1860. lime wood with sharkskin and brass wire inlaid, found on Kangwha Island. Certified. This wedding box was used
!870, chestnut and pear wood, extinct white brass ware, found on Kangwha Island, Korea,   Certified. This beautiful chest has