Pair of Chinese small stone lions, wonderfully carved with great detail and expression, traces of color, each lion is carved standing on a little stone platform, Ming Dynasty.
Size: 7" high x 4" wide x 5 1/2" deep.
Chinese Jade Carved Seated Elephant
Chinese carved jade figure of a seated elephant, soulful expression, curled trunk, wonderful detail over all including folds of ears and bumps of spine, beautiful very pale green mottled jade, Republic Period.
Size: 4 1/4" high x 6 1/2" long
Chinese Antique Porcelain Bowl with Birds and Flowers
Chinese antique porcelain bowl from the period of Emporer Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty, details of birds and flowers, the center has a lovely painting of a small blossoming tree in a container, the rim is painted with a ring of colorful flowers.
Size: 2 5/8" high x 6 5/8" wide
Chinese Square Huali Stand
Chinese square stand, simple elegant lines, made of huanghuali wood with beautiful grain, Republic Period.
Size: 18" high x 17" wide x 17" deep.
Chinese Scholar Rock and Stand
Wonderful Chinese antique scholar rock, horizontal formation with cave like holes worn in between layers, top layer is a flat plateau, on custom wooden base that has been carved to fit the stone exactly, early 20th century.
Total size with stand: 8" high x 17 1/4" long x 7" deep.
Chinese Ming Pair of Small Bronze Fu-dogs
Charming pair of small bronze fu-dogs, each seated, swirling mains and upright tails, wonderful expressions, Ming/Qing Dynasty. Size of each: 3" long
Sino-Tibetan Hand Mirror with Belt Hook
An interesting hand mirror where a stone belt hook is used as the handle of the hand mirror and mixed metals with stone insets are used to create the mirror section. Elements of Chinese and Tibetan auspicious symbols are used throughout the hand mirror. Age: 20th century Size: Length 8.25" Width 4" Height 1.2"
Vintage Tibetan Nepali Ghanta Bell
A vintage Nepali or Tibetan Ghanta or bell used along with a vajra or dorje. Esoteric/ Vajrayana Buddhist rituals often use the dorje and bell in representing various elements in the cosmic universe or representing the Buddhist teachings in a visual and audio form. Age: 20th century Size: height 9.25" diameter 4.5"
Four Character Chinese Calligraphy Liu Bingsen
A four character calligraphy piece attributed to Liu Bingsen (1937-2005). Liu Bingsen was noted for his contemporary interpretations and styles in Chinese calligraphy. Though the subject is fitting for a literati scholar, the work appeared to be used for a communist party publication. Age: Late 20th century Size: Width 25.5" height 19.5"
Portait of Mao Zedong Li Qi
A simple line drawing of the portrait of the founder of the Chinese communist party, Mao Zedong. The work is attributed to an artist named Li Qi (1928-2009). Li Qi is known for composing portraits of important political figures in China and developing his distinct style within Modern Chinese art. Age: 1960-1970. Size: Height 25.5" Width 19.5"