Antique Korean Koryo bowl with celadon glaze and tight crackling. Very charming, small size.
Size: 5.5" diameter, 1.25" height
Antique Korean Heavy Bandaji Chest
Antique Korean bandaji chest, adorned with large brass hardware, incised with delicate floral patterns and the Chinese shou (a symbol for happiness), handle plates shaped like lucky bats, a large drop-down door opening to a large interior for storing blankets or clothes and three upper drawers. Very heavy and sturdy made of elm. Choson Period c1910.
Size: 35" height, 37" width, 19" depth
Antique Korean Elmwood Bandaji Chest
Beautiful, smaller sized Antique Bandaji Korean Chest. Chest has one door that drops down to reveal open space to store clothing and/or blankets. Traditional Korean brass fixtures, hardware, and locks. Beautiful Elmwood Color and grain, solid and in good condition.
19th Century /early 20th century
Dimensions: 22.5" Tall, 31" Long, 41" Deep
Antique Korean Two Section Unique Bandaji Chest
Antique unique and old Korean Bandaji chest. Beautiful depth to wood and grain. Features two opening doors in each section that drops down to two large spaces for clothing or blankets. Four small drawers line the top of chest. Brass fixtures and loop handles compliment this piece.
Dimensions: 47" Tall, 33.75" Long, 15.5" Deep
Antique Korean Bandaji Chest
Unusual and gorgeous fine grained elm wood. Traditional drop front for blankets and clothing. Classic oriental style with brass hardware, hinges and fixtures. Door opens down to reveal small drawers uniquely inside. Distinctive Korean style decorative accents.
Solid and Very heavy.
Circa early 20th Century
Dimensions: 42.5" Tall, 19.5" Deep, 42" Wide
Korean Stacked Kitchen Chest with Butterflies and Bats
Korean two-unit stacked chest (ichung nong) with beautiful persimmon wood front panels, and a fruitwood frame. brass hardware, four rectangular top drawers with brass bat-shaped handles, and a set of hinged drawers on each unit with a large brass butterfly lock in the center and brass butterfly hinges. The Korean word for 'bat' is a homophone for the Chinese word for 'good fortune', so bats are considered a good luck charm, and butterflies represent happiness. The inside of the chest is lined... Click for details
Korean Ancient Buddhist Gilded Sutra and Reliquary
Korean antique Buddhist Sutra text with cylindrical reliquary, the reliquary is made of gilt copper repouse with a figure incised on one side, the contents of the cylinder has been laid out flat for display in a plexiglas stand, one side is a flat rectangular gilt metal section with raised characters of buddhist text and praying figure on the left, the other side of the display has a similar rectangular section of raised Buddhist text and two figures on silver, dates to about 11th to 13th... Click for details
Korean Six Panel Screen of Scenes of Nature
Beautiful Korean screen with six rice paper panels depicting people amidst gorgeous scenes of nature. Each panel is mostly monochromatic with conservative usage of color in muted shades of yellow, pink, blue, and purple. There are large blooming flowers with a sparrow flying overheard in every panel.
Size: (entire screen) 61" height, 106" width, (artwork only) 27.75" height, 12" length
Antique Korean Chest With Bat Handles
Korean kitchen chest decorated with beautiful brass hardware. It has two sets of hinged doors with brass handles decorated with flora designs, and four drawers, each with a small bat shaped handle. The Korean word for 'bat' is a homophone for the Chinese word for 'good fortune', so bats are considered a good luck charm.
Size: 50.25" height, 39.25" width, 18.75" depth
Korean Antique Personal Chest
Antique Korean beautiful personal chest, 3 sets of cabinet doors open to 3 small compartments, 6 small drawers, 2 open display areas, beautiful elm wood burl on cabinet doors, beautiful brass hardware, late 19th century.
Size: 21" high x 36 3/4" wide x11" deep.