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A Japanese scroll and mon decorated lacquer rectangular box late edo period With two drawers
A Japanese scroll and mon decorated lacquer rectangular box late edo period With two drawers, the lower drawer fitted for a inkstone (lost) and a gilt metal water dropper engraved with prunus blossom and waves. H: 8 1/2 in., 21.6 cm; W: 8 1/4 in., 21 cm; D: 10 in., 25.4 cm PROVENANCE: Tom collection, London. E & J Frankel Ltd., New York, January 11, 2003. Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D.C. Illustrated The 48th Washington Antiques Show Catalogue, p. 107 Estimate $800-1,200 Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live Online Bid on the Telephone, Estimate $800-1,200, Leave a Bid Bid in the Room Bid Live Online Bid on the Telephone, Leave a Bid, Leave a Bid Bid in the Room, Bid in the Room, Bid Live Online, Bid on the TelephoneLäs mer
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Cloisonne Chinese Vase (Pair) with Hardwood Base
Cloisonne Chinese vase (Pair) with hardwood base. Approx. measurements 15.5 x 7 inches. (SKU#3594), Provenance: --, Condition: Used, Literature: --, Exhibited: --, Other Notes: GHOST A8V79, Research: --, Circa: --, Maker: --, Dimensions (L x W x H): --, Weight (in pounds): --, Medium: --, Appraised Value:, *Appraised values are determined by 3rd party appraisal companies. These companies are not affiliated with Auction King. The appraised value is usually the highest retail value for the item. Auction King does not guarantee the appraised value to be accurate nor the ability to resell based upon the appraised value priceLäs mer
Early Chinese Meditation Runner with Stylized Clouds
Composed of square seating mats, this rare monastic runner still conserves traces of the original red logwood dye for the background. The weave is slightly coarser than usual and the wool has a feel which we normally associate with the weavings of Inner Mongolia. This type of runner is typically found in Tibet in fragmentary condition, of which we know a few examples in the literature. The exclusive use of light blue corroborates my theory of it being a signature color for rugs commissioned for the Tibetan monasteries. This piece is featured in our current web exhibition entitled 'Hunting and Gathering: China, Tibet & East Turkestan.'Läs mer
Pair of French Ormolu-Mounted Japanese Imari Porcelain Vases Covers
Stamped on the bottom MB for Millet, Paris. Established by T. Millet in 1853, the Maison Millet operated until 1902 from premises at 11, rue Jacques-Coeur, Paris, before relocating to 23, boulevard Beaumarchais. Specialising in 'meubles et bronzes d'art, genre ancien et moderne', with the accent on Louis XVI antecedents, Maison Millet was awarded medals at many of the late 19th century Universal Exhibitions and, in 1902, was authorised by the director of the Palais de Versailles to replicate Marie-Antoinette's celebrated Grand cabinet à bijoux. An auction of the firm's inventory was held in 1906 and they finally ceased trading in 1918.Läs mer
EWER, Lê Dynasty, Vietnam, 15th century. Height: 22cm. The ewer has a plate-shaped opening, a long spout, a symmetrical handle, a Yuhuchun-style body with a short base, the body ornamented in the centre and on two sides with lace-work showing a parrot amidst foliage with traces of red pigment. The rest of the object is decorated in clouds, underglazed in blue. One can see the Persian influence in the metallic prototypes. For a similar object, see the one in the collection of Ken Baars, shown on page 335, fig. 328, Vietnamese Ceramics, A Separate Tradition, John Stevenson & John Guy, 1997. price chf 3'900.-Läs mer
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