A small Korean three drawer chest with brass fittings on the corners of the chest. The chest was originally from Roger Barber Imports. Age: 19th century, Chosun Dynasty. Size: Length 12.25" Width 9.75" Height 10.75"
Antique Korean Bandagi Chest
A rustic and simple Korean Bandagi chest made of elm wood. The exterior of the chest contains decorative iron fittings and handles. The interior of the chest contains three small drawers on the top area of the interior and a large space below to store a blanket. Age: 19th century. Size: Length 31.25' x Width 15.25" x Height 23"
Korean Lacquer Tobacco Box
Vintage korean black lacquer tobacco box with inlaid mother of pearl. The lid of the box has a beautiful design of birds on a peony branch. The interior has a lid for to cover the tobacco or incense compartment with an inlaid design of an incense burner. There is a compartment for a lighter and a bronze ash tray. It measures 2.5" tall 12" wide 7.5" deep.
Korean Gray Crackle Pottery Vase
Beautiful antique Korean pottery vase with gray glaze, dark-blue etched markings, and crackle on the neck and body, beautifully shaped. Period: 19th century.
Size: 9" height and 6.5" diameter.
Korean Antique Painting of Amida Buddha
Beautiful painting of Amida Buddha or Amitabha, standing with his left arm down with thumb and forefinger touching, with the right hand facing outward also with thumb and forefinger touching. The meaning of this mudra is that wisdom (symbolized by the raised hand) is accessible to even the lowest beings, while the outstretched hand shows that Amitabha's compassion is directed at the lowest beings, who cannot save themselves, his face is beautifully painted to show Amitabha's great compassion, ... Click for details
Korean Jang Stacking Clothing Chest with Mirrors
Korean antique jang chest-on-chest with stand, originally made for storing folded clothing, two large compartments with smaller openings, each with double doors, a row of four small drawer along the top originally used for storing clothing accessories, on wooden base, made with pine wood, door of top section have mirrors etched with flowers, bottom section has scene of birds and flowers inlaid with mother of pearl, hardware is made of chase brass (silver color) and includes butterfly shaped... Click for details
Antique Korean Inlaid Chest
Antique Korean three section chest with beautiful inlay on black lacquer. The top section has three small drawers along the top, decorated with inlay in a geometric pattern. The cabinet doors are decorated inside with scenes of birds on branches. The other panels are decorated with landscapes, scenes of birds, and other animals. Choson period, circa 1900. It measures 20" deep 68" tall 40.25" wide.
Korean Koryo Period Celadon Bowl with Floral Motif
A simple, elegant celadon bowl, Korean Koryo Period, 12 th Century, an early Koryo piece, which is right before Samgang style in 13th Century, decorated with a motif of flowers and scrolling vines embossed on the interior below an incised line. The grey-green glaze covers the entire piece except for three small spur marks on the recessed base; it displays a dense web or craze of lines. Korean celadons are characterized by their distinct color, shapes, and designs not seen in any other celadon... Click for details
Korean Buncheong Ware Flat Bowl
Korean Buncheong ware bowl with motif of six flowers forming a large flower at the center. It is bordered with flower petal pattern,then with an outer floral patterned band. The exterior is decorated with a a band of spots. The design is stamped into the clay, a white slip fills in the gaps, and a clear glaze coats the piece creating the contrast of white and gray under a smooth surface. Age: Joseon Period. Size: Height: 2.5" Diameter: 7"
Korean Buncheong Ware Bowl
Korean Buncheong ware bowl decorated with four medallions of flowers impressed in the center surrounded by a rope like pattern. The outer side of the bowl is decorated with an incised diagonal stripe pattern. Buncheong is a style where the clay is impressed with a design while still soft, then filled in with a white slip, and then coated with a clear glaze. The Buncheong wares were popular in Korea and in Japan the wares became known as Mishima wares since the 15th century. Age: Joseon Period.... Click for details