Antique Chinese Monochrome Turquoise Porcelain Vase
Beautiful turquoise vase, with flecks of deeper blue, made from Chinese porcelain. 19th century
Size: 5.5" tall, 3" wide
Antique Japanese Choba Tansu
Japanese Choba Tansu from the Kansai Area of Japan. Absolutely stunning original finish that holds the true warmth and depth of this early Meiji period tansu. The front is made from Hinoki wood (cypress) and Sugi wood (cedar) top/sides. In wonderful condition with no damage issues to speak of.
Dimensions: 40" High X 37 3/4" Long X 15 1/4" Deep
Antique Burmese Carved Garuda Head
Burmese hand-carved wooden Garuda head , with deer antlers, leather "feathers" on the sides and top of its head, hand-painted eyes and beak in red, brown and black feathers, and facial features of a human inside the Garuda's beak. Garuda is a man/bird hybrid and serves as Lord Vishnu's mount in Hindu mythology. 19th century, Provenance Coburn Estate
Size: 27.5" wide, 25" tall
Japanese Kiri wood Tansu with Stand
Japanese kiri wood tansu from the Meiji Period (circa 1900's). Natural wood with a Neutral finish allowing the kiri wood grain to stand out. Set upon a dark stained stand that gives the piece a nice stance and presence.
Dimensions: 26 1/8" High (On Stand) / 20 1/4" High (no Stand) X 36 1/2" Long X 16 1/4" Deep
Japanese Bronze Lantern
Japanese flowing freestanding bronze lantern. Wonderful natural patina that has built up over the past 50 years. Vintage. Colors of green, blue and grays come out from all different angles. Small opening door to allow candles or the burning of Incense.
Dimensions: 33" High X 12 1/2" Long X 13" Deep
Small Korean bandaji on original stand. Wonderful glowing warm finish that allows the striking wood grain to stand out. In wonderful condition with no issues to speak of. Taisho -Showa period (circa 19th Century). Comes with korean fish lock and Key.
Dimensions: 25 3/4" High X 21 3/4" Long X 13 1/2" Deep
Antique Chinese Calligraphy Scroll
A sublime calligraphy scroll either having Chinese or Japanese attribution. The rough and swift strokes of the calligraphy can be seen as if movement is caught frozen in time. The calligraphy generally reads as an auspicious poem where the poet is using the flow of water in relation to the spread and development of the family with generation after generation of children. Signed Xiuyang or Shifutsu Age: 19th century. Size: Length 70" Width 28.25"
Indian Antique Bronze Figure of Durga
Antique Indian bronze figure the Goddess Durga, she is seated with her lion mount depicted very small by her right leg, she wears a tall crown, her forehead is burnished from reverent touch over the years, her attributes which she hold in four hands include a sword and a club, she sits on a square base with an ornate nimbus of makara heads and naga canopy, Southern India, 19th century.
Size: 10 1/2" high x 5 3/4" wide x 3 3/4" deep.
Antique Japanese Kitchen Mizuya Tansu
Japanese Mizuya kitchen chest, made from Hinoki wood (Japanese cypress), with lattice panels against a honeycomb patterned screen, sliding top panels with copper hardware in a floral design, a lift lid compartment for storing sake, bottom drawers with copper handles, and sliding glass doors opening into large compartment with tea shelf. Late Meiji period ( 1868-1912)
Size: 34.5" height, 25" width, 11.5" depth
Antique Chinese Calligraphy Chi Xizao
A simple one line Chinese calligraphy attributing to Chi Xizhao (1793-1866). The calligraphy reads: The pure jade harmonizing with the gold with the pure wind in the forest of treasure. The work is dated to year of the water boar (approximately 1863), mid spring. Chi Xizhao was a noted Qing Period poet. Chi Xizhao was a scholar of the xueshi rank during the Jiaqing period. This scroll originally was one of a pair.