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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
MingGuo renown artist QiGong (启功 1912--2005), arts for Chinese calligraphys
MingGuo renown artist QiGong ( 1912--2005), arts for Chinese calligraphys book Ming Guo Mes: 27 tall x 18cm wide x 12 pagesLäs mer
A gilt-bronze figure of Yama, Tibet, 18th/19th century
standing on a bull in alidhasana, height 12 cm, plinth with additional hole for mounting, (Hr) Provenance: Viennese private collectionLäs mer
An Important Queen Anne Desk, early 18th century, China/Pacific Rim
Probably a commissioned piece, for an astute individual who wanted a small (36 in.) Queen Anne style desk with a fully-developed, entirely removable amphitheater interior offering 39 visible drawers, a recessed well, and 2 cleverly conceived hiding places with additional hidden drawers. We don't like to use the term "China Trade" because we do not believe this was made on speculation for some future buyer. It is a highly customized piece which was most likely made to order, i.e. for a ranking sea captain and/or his patron, as it, no doubt, was quite costly to produce. Also, the design is quite exceptional, with every piece of the interior removable. (See image). Under the desk well are interesting secret places (see images) and behind the prospect door are little boxes that come out, I imagine, for putting coins or gold. As far as the woods are concerned, we were quite surprised at seeing quartered oak. (which we expect in an English piece, that type of wood not found in the Pacific). Also, the use of mahogany and not the more local hardwoods available, i.e. paduk. Consequently, we feel this desk is quite an exceptional treasure and with its small size (36 in.), is quite functional and compact. It is true to the Queen Anne construction style throughout. The locks are all original, and quite large in size. All the brasses are original. Height: 42 in. Width: 36 1/2 in. Depth: 22 1/4 inLäs 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
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