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Japanese Pottery Sake Jug, Edo Period
PG4

DESCRIPTION: A handsome hand-thrown Japanese pottery jug (tokkuri) made to store sake (rice wine) and dating from the latter Edo Period, C. 1860. The texture of the thick brown glaze is rich to the eyes and touch, and the jug has fluid kanji script applied in off-white slip to various sides of the jar, probably denoting the name of the sake shop. These humble jugs have an earthen beauty that distinguishes Japanese potters. In excellent condition with no chips or breaks. DIMENSIONS: 12 ½” high... Click for details

$295


Pair of Tall, Heavily Carved Chinese Doors, Early 19th C.
ARCH13

DESCRIPTION: A pair of substantial, deeply carved Chinese doors originating from Zhejiang province and dating from the early 1800’s, Qing dynasty. These handsome, heavy solid elm doors still have all of their original pegs attached, which would have been set into round sockets at the top and bottom, allowing the doors to be opened and closed.

The top panels are carved with flowers and a repeating swastika pattern, the Chinese character meaning good fortune or longevity. A pair of carved... Click for details

$2,195


Beautiful Semi-Antique Persian Karaja Hand-Knotted Wool Runner
RG20

DESCRIPTION: A semi-antique wool Karaja runner with very good color, mostly in red with teal blue, white & black accents. Seven central medallions (a characteristic of Karaja rugs) are surrounded with a wide border having intricate designs. Karaja is the home of some of the finest runners made in Iran of which this is a good example. This hand-knotted carpet is in good condition with ample pile that will give years of service. DIMENSIONS: 3'9” wide x 11'6” long.

$2,770


Early Pair Antique Chinese Pottery Foo Dogs, Qing
PTF148

DESCRIPTION: A fierce pair of Chinese pottery foo dogs, early Qing, 18th/19th C., covered with a heavy green glaze and seated on pedestals. Each bares its teeth ferociously while holding a ball between their front paws as well as in their mouths. Good detail with finely ribbed backs and curled manes. Very good condition. DIMENSIONS: Each approximately 9 ½” high (24 cm) x 5” wide (12.7 cm).

$985


Pair of Antique Silver-Inlaid Wedding Vessels (Gadur), Moro People
BB165

A fine pair of early 20th C. gadur (also written as gador) urns, one of cast brass and one of bronze, each inlaid with silver bands in elaborate geometric designs. Such containers were presented as gifts among wealthy Muslim Moro families on Mindanao Island in the southern Philippines. These vessels were a sign of wealth and a testament to the craftsmen that created them. An extremely labor intensive process is required to craft these vessels, but the result is spectacular. Both feature a... Click for details

$2,800 for the pair


Three Palestinian Embroidered Pillows
TX74

DESCRIPTION: Three handsome Middle East Palestinian pillows in graduated sizes, hand-embroidered in shades of red on a black linen ground, the backs covered in black velvet. Plump and well stuffed, excellent condition. PROVENANCE: Maryanne Conheim, Philadelphia. DIMENSIONS: Largest Size: 15'' x 24'' (38 cm x 61 cm). TX76 $565.00 for all three

$565 for all three


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