Artwork Title:Chinese Buddhism Paintings And Poem on Folding Fan Material:Bamboo/Paper Date：Second Half of 20th Century Descriptions:1)The Scenes of Confucius Seeking for Rituals Are Engraved on The Surface of The Two Main Frames(The Fan Frames was Maufactured in 1903AD)2)The Painted Character Is One of The 18 Immortals Ranked #163)Its Painted in Style of Artist Name - The Famous Painter at That Period of Time - Ma Yi.His Red Seal Mark Is on The Left Bottom Area4)The Sutras On Another Side Were
Artwork Title:Jade Imitated Bronze Complicated Wine Container + LidMaterial:JadeDate:20th CenturyDescriptions:1)A rarely perfectly reserved Jade imitated Bronze items was produced in 20th Century2)Many ancient Chinese style symbols make this Jade Imitated Bronze Complicated Wine Container + Lid look not only wonderful but also full of oriental mystery 3)Symbols on the edges and centers are Obstructive Halberds4)Obviously therere 2 Incredible auspicious heads with none conjunction spots rings on
SET OF EIGHTEEN BRONZE CARVED 'EIGHTEEN ARHATS' FIGURESthe set of eighteen jade carvings each depicts a different Arhat Luohan, all stands and wearing long robe, holding different ritual vesselsweight: About 1.3 ~ 1.4 kilograms eachheight：11.5 ～ 21.5 cmwill be good packaged Asian Antiques---
Buddha seated in the position calling the earth to witness, surrounded by his first two disciples, Shariputra and Maudgalyan. The sculptures of the two disciples are removable. Shan style, early 20th century, Burma. Buddha dimensions: 15 cm Each disciple: 9 cm
5 x 18th century large Chinese bowls: 4 x traditional shape bowls & 1 x tazza. The largest bowl measuring 19cm x 12cm high with small hairline and rubbing to rim decoration. The three other bowls are all extensively damaged & reglued, with the elephant bowl showing extensive old overpainting. The tazza (25cm x 6cm high) having large section reglued, has red seal mark to reverse. (5)
Issue no.10 of the Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, published semi-annually by Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University in January 1990, iv + 219pp, stamps of ANU Asian Studies faculty, in very good condition. Special edition on 1989 Chinese Democracy Movement (also knowns and Tiananmen Square Protest). Articles on this topic are: Impressions of the Popular Protest in Hangzhou, April/June 1989 (pp. 97-119); The Political Fortunes of Shanghai's `World Economic Herald' (pp.
A rare, 17th-century Japanese woodblock Zen Buddhist Manual, presumed to have been originally written in China by the famous Kuoan Shiyuan [Kakuan Shien] in the 12th century. This traditional tale, ‘The Oxherding Pictures,’ is an illustrated woodblock series of short poems and accompanying drawings used in the Zen tradition to describe the stages of a monk’s progress toward enlightenment! This edition was widely spread in Japan, which can be seen through the heavy use of furigana, Japanese sound
An unusual Meiji period bronze of a tiger and an alligator by Genryusai Seiya, the creatures modelled separately with the tiger attempting to pin down the snapping alligator, the pelt of the tiger and the characteristic skin of the reptile naturalistically rendered, on a rootwood base, both with the seal of the Genryusai workshop. Japanese, c1890. Footnote: Genryusai Seiya was the master craftsman in charge of a workshop which specialised in export wares of the highest quality. Production includ
Also known as Chinese guardian lions, these carved and painted foo dogs will protect your home while adding a hint of Asian flair. This is an impressively sized set, with unusual and highly expressive faces, carved and polychromed with gilt highlights. Sold as a set of two.
A group of six assorted Chinese blue and white wares late qing dynasty Comprising two similar small lion-decorated jars, one small "Hundred Boys" jar and a similar larger example; a pair of blue and white dragon-decorated beaker vases, underside of all with apocryphal Kangxi marks. H: 6 in., 15.3 cm. PROVENANCE: Property from the Collection of Dr. Steven K-M Tim and Nancy Tim, Brooklyn, New York Estimate $400-600 Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live Online Freeman's Live Invaluable Bid
Chinese spinach jade marriage bowl, lobed oval form on four low shaped feet, rounded sides with low-relief carved flowers and leaf tendrils, double floral carved openwork handles suspending loose rings. 2 3/8" H (to handle) x 11 1/8" W x 7 1/8" D. Together with wood stand with S-scroll legs (one repaired), 4 1/8" H. Qing Dynasty, 19th century or earlier. Provenance: a Middle Tennessee estate, by descent from Thomas G.B. Wheelock. Note: Thomas G.B. Wheelock was known as an astute collector of Afr
Five (5) Chinese carved jade items: three carved pale celadon examples including one depicting a ram's head and one almost white example depicting a ram's head; together with one carved white jade disc. Ranging in size from 1 3/4" W to 2 1/4" W. 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, the near white jade dog's head plaque with minor natural inclusions.
20th century; four rectangular stacking boxes with ornate lid depicting sages in garden, box edges with red and gilt floral and calligraphy decoration, framed with black and gilt cross hatching, having gilt and ebonized wood carry rack with forged metal mounts and handle, 33 in. H., boxes-24 in. L., 15 1/2 in. W.