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Japanese Imari Double Fish Plate, Meiji
CP197

DESCRIPTION: A Japanese Imari porcelain dish, shaped in “double fish” form and decorated in traditional Imari colors with floral designs in rust red, and fish scales and fins in royal blue. The reverse has painted florals and grasses on the four sides. Late 19th/early 20th century, and in excellent condition with no chips or restorations. DIMENSIONS: 10 ½” long (26.6 cm) x 9” wide (23 cm).

$960


Tall Japanese Sumida Tankard, Early 20th C.
CP152

DESCRIPTION: A large and attractive Sumida Gawa tankard with a red ribbed body, graceful handle, and high relief figures of two children. A traditional flowing flambe' glaze in dark brown and beige coats the top third of the mouth and handle. Fine attention to detail has been paid to the handmade figures of children standing on ledges against the ribbed, cold painted body. On the back in blue characters is the potter's mark of Inque Ryosai, a family of three generations of potters who made... Click for details

$1,125


Chinese Hardwood Elephant Toggle, Qing
SN110

DESCRIPTION: A larger sized Chinese toggle of a strolling elephant with wrinkled legs, large ears, a short raised trunk and fashioned with double inlaid eyes. Nice patina with a pierced opening at the tail for stringing and hanging from the belt as a counterweight for a pouch or other object. CONDITION: Light wear and small chip to one foot, otherwise fine condition. Early 19th C. Qing Dynasty. DIMENSIONS: 2 3/8" high (6 cm) x 2 3/8" wide (6 cm).

$870


Chinese Jin Dynasty Brown & Black Glazed Stoneware Pot
CP194

DESCRIPTION: A Jin Dynasty (1115-1234 AD) pot / container decorated with a luscious, thick black and brown glaze over a bulbous, ribbed body. Two strap handles are attached to both sides of the short neck below the flared rim. Overall very good condition with small repair to rim. DIMENSIONS: 9 ½” high (24 cm) x 8 1/2” diameter (21.5 cm).

$995


Large Ming Dynasty Roof Tile with Carved Stand
PTF142

DESCRIPTION: A beautifully mounted Chinese roof tile of a Ming warrior seated upon a horse. The bearded soldier, his right hand on his hip, sits erect upon his amber horse which stands on the curved tile base. This earthenware tile has been decorated in a sancai glaze of predominately green and amber colors. A beautifully carved custom rosewood base has been made for this large tile, the base itself probably being over 100 years old. CONDITION: Quite good condition with the usual wear one... Click for details

$2,450


Chinese Carved Agate Rubbing Stone / Toggle
JHS107

DESCRIPTION: A simply carved agate rubbing stone in the form of a Chinese boy carrying a ruyi. The semi-precious stone is pure white with brown inclusions that have been incorporated into the design as the boy’s cloak, hat and ruyi, which he carries on his shoulder. A small hole has been drilled through the ruyi at the back of the head for stringing and wearing from the belt as a toggle. Stones such as these were meant to held, rubbed and fondled, with this one fitting perfectly into the palm... Click for details

$345


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