Artwork Title:\nMulti - Color Glazed Pottery Teapot Made by Pottery Master, probably in style of this artist.\n\nMaterial:\nClay/Glaze\n\nDate:\n1986AD\n\nThe crucial techniques & skills take to make a perfect teapot involved are all showed on this artwork piece.For example:[teapots outlet + knob of the lid + teapots handle] have to be on 1 line;the gap after covering on the Pot has to be as little as possible;the pots inner surface has to be as smooth as possible...etc.\n\nCondition:\nPerfect (
Artwork Title:\nRarely Seen Chinese Dragon in Standing Gesture Statue Made of Jade\n\nMaterial:\nJade\n\nDate:\n20th Century \n\nThis Dragons Jade Statue Is Very Rarely Seen Among Chinese Dragons Artwork Pieces for Its Standing on The Ground Without Any Other Backgrounds Under Its 4 Powerful Feet.\nAnother Creative Structure on This Chinese Mysterious Creature Is The Artist Added 2 Smaller Auspicious Animals on Its Two Front Feet Above The Wings.\nA Wonderful Jade Artwork Piece for All The Work
Artwork Title:\nJade Imitated Ancient Style Cup with Lid\n\nMaterial:\nJade\n\nDate:\n20th Century \n\n\nDescriptions:\n1)An Incredible Jade Imitated Ancient Style Cup with Lid\n2)Three High Embossed Carved Young Dragons Separately Appear on The Two Sides of The Cup and The Top of Its Lid\n3)Two Adult Dragons Are Engraved Around The Body of The Cup\n4)Lotus Flower with The Stem Is Skillfully Used As The Cups Foot \n5)Delicate And Clearly Rope Patterns Are Engraved on Both Cup And Lid\n\nConditio
Artwork Title:\nGreen Serpentine Imitate Tripod Bronze Zigzag Frames Cup \n\nMaterial:\nSerpentine\n\nDate:\nLate 20th century\n\nDescriptions:\n1)Not Only The Serpentines Quality Is Superb,But Also The Carving And Enggraving Work Are Amazing \n3)Auspicious Animals on 4 Faces\n4)Zigzag Frames with Patterns Are Outstandsanding\n5)Tripods Top Areas Are Purposely Carve into Groove Trench 2 Holes Are Drilled on Each Side\n5)Tripods with Curves in The End\n6)The Small Cloth With Chinese Words Is The
17-18th century / Tibet / Panchen bronze statue 世/西藏/班禪銅像\nFacial scribing, delicate expression, solemn\nBuddhist scriptures placed on the left hand\nRight hand posture is full of strength\nThe whole Buddha statue makes the viewer feel infinitely quiet.\nBrass casting\nHeight 10.5cm\n\nsource: Purchased by antique dealers in central Taiwan\n\nShipping: International shipping with Track and Trace. Will be securely packaged, please don't have any concerns. Asian Antiques---
A wonderful pendant of white Jade with two-sided hollow carvings has a dragon boat type that means auspicious in China. In very good condition, please see full pictures.\n\nProvenance :Family collection of Saint Lotus in Taipei. Asian Antiques---
White Jade in China with carving flowers and birds looks joyful. The article has reserved the 'skin' of the jade stone as shown on the back.\n\nPlease see carefully the photos for its condition.\n\nWell packed and shipped will be made. Asian Antiques---
Artwork Title: \nMystery And Wonderful 2 Sides Comparison + Contrast [Chinese Fortunate Words/Auspicious Dragons /Phoenixes] Open Work White Jade Pendant \n\nMaterial: \nJade \n\nDescriptions: \n1)An Excellent Designed And Carved/Engraved/Polished While Jade Pendant \n2)It Takes An Awesome Quality Jade Stone Material As This So That The Unknown Artist Could Carve Out This Jade Open Work Pendant Piece Into Only 0.5CM.Incredible,Amazing And Impressive Are The Best Words to Describe This Jade Artwo
A set of blue and white glazed ceramic cup and saucer from the Chinese Kangxi Period. The saucer and the cup feature a lovely floral decoration, divided into eight panels, with thin floral band at the rim. The style of the pattern is designed purposely for exported porcelains, as it is not a traditional Chinese design.
Description: Inuit Blackstone Sculpture, Canada, stone carving of two bears sitting atop what appear to be frogs, with painted inventory number "A30" on base, (repair to break in the base), ht. 5, wd. 7 1/4 in. Estimate $500-700 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Descriptio
Description: Northwest Coast Painted Wood Box Lid, early 20th century, with stylized whale design, 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. Provenance: A New York Historical Society. Estimate $100-150 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Description:, Northwest Coast Painted Wood Box Lid, Estimate
Description: Australian Aborigine Parrying Shield and Club, Victoria, early 20th century, each decorated with finely cut geometric patterns, lg. of shield 27 1/2, lg. of club 23 1/4 in. Provenance: Bertram and Ruth Malenka collection, Belmont, Massachusetts. Estimate $400-500 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no resp
Caricature showing a crowd of Chinese Americans in San Francisco mocking Dennis Kearney, anti-Chinese propagandist, who is shown behind bars in prison uniform to right. Kearney had been jailed for inciting a riot. Workingmen's Party of California leader Dennis Kearney (1847 - 1907) was one of the proponents of the anti Chinese campaign in the state, blaming Chinese immigrants for low wages and job scarcity. He originated the slogan "The Chinese must go". Lithograph printed in two tones (tan & bl
A beautiful antique Chinese ink box. Decorated with a man with an ox on the front. There is an inkstone on the inside of the lid. \n\nCondition: good\nSome production flaws and signs of wear, see photos.\nA crack in the inkstone in the lid, see photos. \n\nSize: \n2.5 x 7.2 x 5.7 cm\n\n\nShipping costs worldwide: 25\nShipping costs to France: 50 (express post)\nShipping only. \n\nIntercontinental shipping takes approx. 1015 business days and may take 2025 business days in exceptional circumsta
A magnificent Greek large terracotta bell krater from Apulia, executed in black slip with red figures and with details emphasized in white pigment. The vessel presents a pedestal base, bell-shaped body, applied handles and a broad everted rim. Side A depicts a nude male figure shown sitting, facing left while holding a staff on his left hand and a phiale on his right hand. A woman sits in front of him, dressed in a finely draped and belted chiton. The male figure is embellished with details, suc
Chinese Transitional 17th century blue and white porcelain Kendi with white metal mounts that are very probably silver in the Turkish or Islamic style. made during the reign of the Emperor Tianqi Painted in under glaze blue with trailing lotus flowers and clods and flower heads to the base of the neck.
A fine 19th Century Chinese Canton export porcelain and French bronze gilt mounted / ormolu porcelain centrepiece. Chinese / French - Circa 1880. Brightly decorated in famille rose enamels with alternating panels of Chinese figures and birds with butterflies amongst flowers, on a green scrolled and gilt round, mounted on a bronze gilt twisted pedestal with beaded rim and flanking scrolls. Offered in good condition having a very small L shaped split near the rim, this is shown in one of the image
A large, finely painted, antique, Chinese porcelain vase. \nVase with a celadon background decorated with a couple in a botanical garden typical of Famille Rose.\nAt the back are Chinese inscriptions and on the bottom is a signature. Asian Antiques---
陣笠 Jingasa(Samurai hat) - Lacquer, Wood - Japan - Late 19th century\n\nMaterial: lacquer, wood\n\nSize 40 x 40 x H8cm\n\nVery Good condition as antique.There are a few scraches by age.A few damages on edge. Please check pictures. \n\nWe will ship it with insurance and tracking by airmail. It will take 1 - 4 weeks to your address. \n\nShipping from Japan to Europe sometime delay. Sometime it take over 1 month. \nWe appreciate your kind understandings. Asian Antiques---
A hand-painted scroll painting. \nHandpainted on paper \nSigned and stamped, Made after Li Xiongcai. \n\nLi Xiong Cai is one of the famous artists of the Lingnan School. \nScroll size : 222cm long, 82cm wide. Painting size : 136cm long, 68cm wide. \n\nThe painting will be appropriately packaged and delivered by POST/N Asian Antiques---
A fine quality pair of early 19th Century Bronze & Ormolu vases with pineapple finial covers with “egg & dart ” rims, wreath decorated waists with scroll carrying handles supported on flower & wreath socle ending on stepped plinths with beaded decoration.
John Francis Davis was a 19th-century British politician who became the governor of Hong Kong during his diplomatic journeys to China. He published a broad but extensive history of the Chinese people which became popular in England. However, while this work does cover a wide variety of topics, it does include a section devoted to Confucian and Buddhist religious beliefs, pagan and mystical rites, living sacrifices, occult numbers and Pythagoras, temples and monasteries, magicians and alchemists,
Description: Contemporary Hopi Seed Jar, signed on the base with a feather and "S" symbol, decorated with abstract designs in three colors, ht. 3 1/2, wd. 8 1/2 in. Estimate $200-300 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Description:, Contemporary Hopi Seed Jar, Estimate $200-