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ASIAN ART at AUCTION November 29-30, 2018

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ASIAN ART

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At Auction in East Dennis, Massachusetts Thursday, November 29, 2018 Lots 1-482 Friday, November 30, 2018 Lots 501-968

On Exhibit

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

And each morning of the sale, starting at 8:45 a.m.

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Regardless of whether or not a condition report is given, all property is sold subject to Item 1 of our Conditions of Sale, which provides that all property is sold as is. All dimensions and weights are approximate. Items made with whalebone, whale ivory or other protected species will not be shipped internationally without a CITES permit. Obtaining CITES and any other necessary permits is the obligation of the buyer.

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CHINESE DYNASTIES CHINESE DYNASTIES Shang or Yin Period 1500 - 1100 B.C. Shang or Yin Period 1500 B.C. Zhou Dynasty 1122- -1100 221 B.C. 1122 - 221 B.C. Zhou Dynasty Early Zhou 1122 - 947 B.C.

Early Zhou Middle Zhou Middle Zhou Late Zhou Late Zhou Period of Warring States Period of Warring States

1122 947 B.C. B.C. 946 -- 770 946 770 B.C. 770 - 256 B.C. 770 -- 221 256 B.C. B.C. 481 481 - 221 B.C.

Qin Dynasty Qin Dynasty Han Dynasty Han Dynasty Three Kingdoms Three Kingdoms Jin Dynasty Jin Dynasty Northern and Southern Empires Northern and Southern Empires Sui Dynasty Sui Dynasty Tang Dynasty TangDynasties Dynasty Five Five Dynasties Song Dynasty Song Dynasty Jin and Southern Song Dynasties Jin and Southern Song Dynasties Yuan Dynasty (Mongol) Yuan Dynasty (Mongol) Ming Dynasty (Emperors listed below:) Ming Dynasty (Emperors listed below:)

Hongwu Hongwu Jiamwen Jiamwen Yongle Yongle Hongxi Hongxi Xuande Xuande Zhengtong Zhengtong Jingtai Jingtai T’ien Shun T’ien Shun Chenghua Chenghua

1368 - 1398 1368 -- 1402 1398 1398 1398 1402 1402 - 1424 1402 1425 1424 1425 - 1435 1426 1426 -- 1449 1435 1436 1436 1449 1450 - 1457 1450 1457 1458 - 1464 1458 1464 1465 - 1487 1465 - 1487

Shunzhi Shunzhi Kangxi Kangxi Yongzheng Yongzheng Qianlong Qianlong Jiaqing Jiaqing

1644 - 1661 1644 -- 1722 1661 1662 1662 1722 1722 - 1735 1722 1735 1736 - 1795 1736 1795 1796 - 1820 1796 - 1820

Qing Dynasty (Emperors listed below:) Qing Dynasty (Emperors listed below:)

Chinese Republic (Hongxian) Chinese Republic (Hongxian)

Hongzhi Hongzhi Zhengde Zhengde Jiaqing Jiaqing Longqing Longqing Wanli Wanli Taichang Taichang Tianqi Tianqi Chongzheng Chongzheng Daoguang Daoguang Xianfeng Xianfeng Tongzhi Tongzhi Guangxu Guangxu Xuantong Xuantong

221 - 206 B.C. 221--221 206A.D. B.C. 206 B.C. 206 B.C. -221 221- A.D. 265 221 265 265 - 316 265 -- 589 316 316 316 589 589 - 618 589 618 618 - 907 618 -- 960 907 907 907 960 960 - 1127 960 1127 1127 - 1280 1127 -- 1368 1280 1280 1280 1368 1368 - 1644 1368 - 1644

1488 - 1505 1488 -- 1521 1505 1506 1506 1521 1522 - 1566 1522 1566 1567 - 1572 1567 1572 1573 - 1619 1573 - 1619 1620 1620 1621 - 1627 1621 1627 1628 - 1643 1628 - 1643 1821 - 1850 1821 -- 1861 1850 1851 1851 1861 1862 - 1873 1862 1873 1874 - 1908 1874 1908 1909 - 1912 1909 - 1912

1644 - 1912 1644 - 1912

1912 to Present 1912 to Present

JAPANESE ART HISTORY TIMELINE Paleolithic JAPANESE ART HISTORY TIMELINE 10,000 BC Jomon 10,000 to 300 BC Paleolithic 10,000 BC Yayoi 300 BC to 300 AD Jomon 10,000 to 300 BC Kofun 300 to 538 Yayoi 300 BC to 300 AD Asuka 538 to 710 Kofun 300 to 538 Nara 710 to 784 Asuka 538 to 710 Heian 794 to 1185 Nara 710 to 784 Kamakura 1185 to 1333 Heian 794 to 1185 Muromachi 1336 to 1573 Kamakura 1185 to 1333 Azuchi-Momoyama 1573 to 1603 Muromachi 1336 to 1573 Edo 1603 to 1867 Azuchi-Momoyama 1573 to 1603 Meiji 1868 to 1912 Edo 1603 to 1867 Taisho 1912 to 1926 Meiji 1868 to 1912 Showa 1926 to 1989 Taisho 1912 to 1926 Heisei 1989 to current Showa 1926 to 1989 Heisei 1989 to current To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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ASIAN ART SESSION I Lots 1-482

JAPANESE Netsuke, Inro & Tonkatsu 1-36 Lacquer 37-53, 348 Bronze, Brass, Iron & Silver 54-74, 322-323 Pottery & Porcelain 75-171, 315-317 Cloisonné & Champlevé Enamel 72-184 Prints 185-283 Jacoulet 284-314 Wood 318, 340-347 Ivory 321 Basketry 24-326, 349 Textiles 36-339, 350 Tsuba, Kutsuwa & Menuki 51-359 Paintings 360-373

CHINESE (mostly)

Pottery & Porcelain 374-464

KOREAN 465-470 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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ASIAN ART SESSION I

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IVORY NETSUKE Fukurokuju seated with his staff. Height 2”. Not available for international delivery.

Meiji Period 300/400

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IVORY NETSUKE 18th Century In the form of a standing sennin holding a basket. Height 4”. Not available for international delivery. 500/700

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IVORY NETSUKE 18th Century In the form of a laughing man carrying a treasure sack. Height 0.3”. Not available for international delivery.. 300/400

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BONE NETSUKE 19th Century In the form of Raiden in seated position with his drum on his back. Height 1.5”. 150/250

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WOOD NETSUKE Early 19th Century By Ikko. In the form of a badger with inlaid eyes. Signed. Height 1.75”. 500/700

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WOOD AND IVORY NETSUKE Early 19th Century By Nagamachi Shuzan. In the form of a figure wearing a costume and mask of the witch, Kiyohime. Signed. Height 2.25”. Not available for international delivery. 600/800

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WOOD NETSUKE Mid-19th Century In the form of a disappointed rat catcher. Height 1.25”. 400/600

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WOOD NETSUKE Early 19th Century By Kogyoku. In the form of a badger with a lantern. Signed. Height 1.75”. 400/600

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WOOD NETSUKE By Okinata. Depicting a Sambaso dancer. Signed. Height 1.5”.

19th Century 650/700

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CARVED WOOD NETSUKE Depicting a turtle resting on a lotus leaf. Length 2”.

19th Century 800/1,000

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PERSIMMON WOOD NETSUKE In the form of a man carrying a child on his back. Height 2.1”.

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WOOD NETSUKE By Sadakazu. Depicting a monkey and its young examining a melon. Signed. Height 2”.

19th Century 1,200/1,500

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STAGHORN NETSUKE In coin and ribbon design with calligraphy. Diameter 1.5”.

19th Century 300/400

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PORCELAIN NETSUKE In the form of a sage standing and holding his beard. Height 2.5”.

19th Century 150/250

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IVORY NETSUKE Depicting Hotei with his treasure sack. Height 1.1”. Not available for international delivery.

18th Century

Early 19th Century 150/200

200/300

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GOLD LACQUER FIVE-CASE INRO Meiji Period Two minogame in a rocky landscape on one face, bamboo and plum trees on a river on reverse. Ivory ball-form ojime with carved face of Daruma, signed. Carved nut-form ivory netsuke with sage and calligraphy on one side; Thousand Flower motif on reverse. Length 4”. Not available for international delivery. 500/700

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IVORY NETSUKE In the form of two monkeys with a reclining deer. Signed “Kunimitsu”. Not available for international delivery.

18th Century

FIVE PEACH PIT OJIME Each with incised details suggesting cranes at rest. Lengths 1.5”.

19th Century 200/300

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FOUR-CASE GOLD LACQUER INRO 19th Century By Kajikawa. With detailed hiramaki-e river landscape design. Signed and seal marked. Length 3.6”. With bone ojime and early 19th Century ivory netsuke in water buffalo form. Length 1.5”. Not available for international delivery. 1,500/2,000

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FOUR-CASE GOLD LACQUER INRO By Kakosai. With hiramaki-e flower and grasses design. Signed. Length 3.25”.

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FOUR-CASE GOLD LACQUER INRO 19th Century By Kajikawa. With six fan-form landscape cartouches. Signed. Length 3.25”. With blue and white porcelain ojime and carved peach-pit netsuke in flower and brocade design. 1,000/1,500

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WOOD TONKOTSU In the form of the three mythical monkeys. Signed “Komin”. Height 3.25”.

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THIRTEEN NETSUKE-RELATED ITEMS A Daruma tonkotsu and twelve netsuke: a Hirado sage, a rosewood bird, a wood snake and sandal, a palm nut, a porcelain mask, a wood mask, a polychrome wood horse, a palm nut dragon, a wood boar, a pressed horn lion dancer, a wood eggplant, and a boxwood woodsman. 200/300

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THREE-CASE ELK HORN INRO With relief eagle design. Mounted with bone ojime and manju. Length of inro 5”.

20th Century 150/200

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WOOD NETSUKE In the form of a lotus leaf. Diameter 3”.

19th Century 200/300

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WOOD NETSUKE In the form of a Chinese warrior with a halberd. Height 3.4”.

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19th Century 1,000/1,500

20th Century 350/450

Late 19th Century 100/150

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IVORY NETSUKE In the form of a lotus pod with loose seeds. Length 1.7”. Not available for international delivery.

18th Century

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HIRADO PORCELAIN NETSUKE In the form of a puppy in resting position. Length 1.5”.

19th Century 250/350

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IVORY NETSUKE In the form of Daikoku pushing a large pearl before him. Length 1.75”. Not available for international delivery.

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WOOD NETSUKE Depicting two goats. Signed “Gyoku-seki”. Length 2”.

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WOOD NETSUKE In the form of Jo and Uba. Signed “Toyomasa”. Height 1.75”.

Early 19th Century 200/300

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WOOD NETSUKE In the form of a monkey with inlaid eyes eating a piece of fruit. Length 1.75”.

Early 19th Century 350/450

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EBONY NETSUKE 19th Century Attributed to Kamman. Depicting a groom washing a horse in a bucket. Inscribed “Iwami Kamman”. With kakihan. Length 2”. 800/1,000

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THREE BONE NETSUKE DEPICTING MONKEYS Late Meiji Period 1) A monkey with three of her young on a leaf base. Inlaid eyes. Signed. Length 3”. 2) Two monkeys on a raft. Inlaid eyes. Signed. Length 2”. 3) Two intertwined monkeys. Inlaid eyes. Signed. Height 1.5”. 500/1,000

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FIVE BONE FIGURAL NETSUKE Late Meiji Period 1) An oni with an opium pipe seated on a drum. Inlaid eyes. Signed on back. Height 2”. 2) Ebisu seated with a fish on his back. Signed on base. Height 1.5”. 3) A man with a basket on his back. Damage to foot. Length 3.25”. 4) Two elderly men with halberds. Signed. Height 1.5”. 5). A sage with his staff and a crane at his feet. Height 1.75”. 400/600

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WOOD NETSUKE/OKIMONO In the form of a herdboy on a water buffalo. Signed on base. Height 6”. To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

20th Century 200/300

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BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER FOOTED TRAY Late 19th Century In rectangular form with takamaki-e design of a Sambaso entertainer with two monkeys. 10.2” x 8”. Kiriwood box. 1,200/1,800

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MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID LACQUER BOX Circa 1830 In rectangular form. Depicting a horseman with two attendants in a landscape. 12.6” x 7”. Kiriwood box. 1,700/1,800

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LACQUER BOX With flying crane design on a red ground. Signed. Length 9”.

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SET OF FIVE LACQUER COVERED BOWLS In pine tree and bamboo design. Diameters 4.25”.

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UNUSUAL LACQUER TRAY In wheel design simulating wood grain. Diameter 15.5”.

Taisho Period 80/100 Early 20th Century 100/200 20th Century 100/150

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FIVE-SECTION LACQUER BENTO-BAKO In pine, prunus, and bamboo design. Height 16”.

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RED AND GOLD LACQUER CUP AND STAND Early 20th Century In crane and pine tree design. With black and gold stand in crane, prunus, and bamboo design. Diameter of cup 7”. Height of stand 6.75”. With kiriwood storage boxes. 300/500

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LACQUER FIVE-TIERED BENTO-BAKO SET ON A STAND Taisho Period Gilt landscape and figural decoration to the sides of each box. Red interiors. Heights of each box 3”. 10” square. Height overall with nashiji base 20”. 600/800

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BLACK LACQUER BUTSUDAN AND GILTWOOD ALTAR FIGURE Meiji Period Black lacquer case with finely engraved metal mounts opens to reveal gilt Buddha on a multi-tiered base and flame mandala (broken at tip). Height 9”. Together with an older giltwood altar figure on base, height 5”. 400/600

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GOLD LACQUER SUZURIBAKO Late 19th Century Decorated on exterior with takamaki-e rock and stream landscape with a pavilion. Marked with three-leaf mon. Interior with hillside landscape on a nashiji ground. Fitted with an inkstone, a fan-form water dropper, and an ink stick that holds a brush-trimming knife and a pick. 10.25” x 9”. Kiriwood box. 4,000/6,000

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GOLD, BROWN, AND GRAY LACQUER SUZURIBAKO 19th Century Decorated on exterior with takamaki-e pine tree design. Interior with hiramaki-e cherry branch design. Interior with nashiji-decorated inkstone and silver water dropper. 9” x 8”. Kiriwood box. 3,000/5,000

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BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER SUZURIBAKO 19th Century With takamaki-e design of Hotei with three karako. Interior fitted with inkstone and water dropper. 7.3” x 6.75”. 3,000/3,500

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GOLD LACQUER NATSUME With river landscape design. Diameter 3.25”. With kiriwood box.

19th Century 400/500

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BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER SUZURIBAKO 20th Century In rectangular form. Depicting Jo and Uba on the exterior; fish and calligraphy on the interior. Fitted with inkstone, water dropper, and two brushes. Length 8.5”. 400/600

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RED, GOLD, AND BLACK LACQUER KOGO 18th Century In circular form with pewter rim. Cover decorated with dragon rondel and peony sprays. Interior with nashiji decoration. Thirty-two-petal Imperial chrysanthemum on base. Diameter 2.3”. 500/700

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GRADUATED SET OF TWELVE RED AND GILT LACQUER DISHES Each with differing gilt decoration of figures in various pursuits. Diameters 4” to 9”.

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FIVE LACQUER BOXES 19th Century Circular with bat and fungus design, diameter 4.4”, circular with ikebana design, diameter 3.75”, circular with dragon design, diameter 3”, suishu lacquer with elephant design, 2.6” square, and square with dragon design, 2.3” square. From the Collection of Suzanne H. Foster. 200/250 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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BRONZE CENSER Late 19th Century In the form of a long-tailed rooster. With removable back panel. Height 9”. 600/800

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BRONZE FIGURE OF JUROJIN Meiji Period Standing while holding a tree branch staff. Robes with silver inlay. Height 16.5”. 800/1,200

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BRONZE FIGURE WEARING A MAWASHI Juggling a ball on his foot. Height 6”. Attached to a wood stand.

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KOMEI METAL CIGARETTE BOX House on the river with Mount Fuji in the distance. Unmarked. 3” x 5”. Cased.

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BRONZE VASE In teardrop form with mottled red patina. Height 9”.

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FOUR METAL OBJECTS An inlaid miniature vase, height 2.25”, a figural-decorated pewter dish, diameter 9.75”, an inlaid bronze vase, height 4.75”, and a relief-decorated incense burner, height 4.25”. 100/200

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TWO BRASS WIRE BASKETRY TRAYS Both in oval form with bird and flower decoration. Lengths 4.5” and 8”.

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Early 20th Century 400/600 Meiji Period 200/300 Late Meiji Period 200/300

Meiji Period 80/100

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PAIR OF BRONZE HORSES 20th Century With detailed manes and tails. Marked “Japan” on base. Lengths 11.25”. 700/900

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BRONZE FIGURE OF A WATER BUFFALO Meiji Period In reclining position with rope halter. Length 11”. 400/500

BRONZE FURO (BRAZIER) 19th Century In ovoid form with tripod base. Lion’s-head handles. Calligraphic and fret design on a stone-tooled surface. Diameter 12”. 300/400

63A. PATINATED BRONZE FIGURAL LAMP In the form of a fisherman. Signed. Height 31”. Width 7”. Depth 7”.

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BRONZE ELEPHANT With raised trunk and wood tusks. Length 14”.

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INLAID METAL AND WOOD BOX Meiji Period In rectangular form. With silver, copper, and sentoku bird and maple tree design on a shakudo ground. Signed. Length 4.2”. 300/500

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BRONZE INCENSE BURNER In boat form with removable cover. Length 9.5”. To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

Early 20th Century 250/350

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BRONZE FIGURAL BOX BY TAKAKA YOSHIZO 19th Century Depicting a magician holding a bird while dancing on a treasure sack. Some gilt details. Signed. Height 9”. 800/1,200

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ARTICULATED BRONZE LOBSTER Late Meiji Period No signature found. Length from tail to antennae 16”. 500/800

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JAPANESE BRONZE JARDINIÈRE Late Meiji Period In ovoid form. Relief carp with inset silver eyes, all in a wave design. Height 7.5”. Diameter 10”. 300/400

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BRONZE FIGURE OF KWANNON Standing on a dragon and wave base while holding a bottle vase. Height 25.5”.

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TWO RETICULATED METAL CRUSTACEANS Late Meiji Period A lobster signed on carapace, length 9.5”, and a copper crab signed on carapace, length 4.5”. 250/350

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FIVE MOSTLY JAPANESE METAL ITEMS 20th Century 1) Silver frame with raised dragon decoration. 6.5” x 5”. 2) Silver metal tea caddy with stamp on base. Height 5”. 3) Brass box with raised geisha decoration. Height 1.5”. Length 3”. 4) Silver metal box with raised decoration of three monkeys pulling a cart. Height 2”. Length 4.25”. 5). Brass cigarette box with cloisonné enamel appliqué on hinged cover. Height 1.5”. Length 2”. 200/300

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BRONZE SUITEKI In the form of a toy cat. Length 2.25”. With kiriwood box.

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IRON DISH 20th Century In the form of a leaf with a full-relief cicada resting upon it. Seal mark on base. Length 8.75”. 120/180

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SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL Meiji Period In a blue wave design with orange sky. Impressed 20th Century inscription on base. Diameter 8.25”. 300/500

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SATSUMA “THOUSAND FLOWER” PORCELAIN BOWL In flower form. Gilt rim. Signed with Shimazu family crest on base. Diameter 3”.

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RARE EARLY SATSUMA MORIAGE DISH With shaped rim and flower-vase design. Signed “Bizen”. Diameter 7.25”.

Circa 1840 800/1,200

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KINKOZAN SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE Meiji Period In baluster form. With floral rondel design on a butterfly and cherry blossom ground. Signed. Height 12.25”. 1,000/1,500

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THREE MINIATURE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASES Meiji Period A pair in teardrop form with figural landscape cartouches on a floral ground, heights 3.75”, and one squat ovoid form with Thousand Lohan design, height 1.5”. 400/600

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BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century By Okura. In ovoid form with floral rose design. Height 11.75”. With kiriwood box. 250/350

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SATSUMA POTTERY TEA SET Late Meiji Period In Thousand Flowers pattern. Consisting of a 6.25” teapot, creamer, covered sugar, eight cups, and eight saucers. 200/300

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IMPERIAL SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Circa 1860 In inverted pear shape with floral design. Five-character signature and Shimazu crest at foot. Height 12.5”. 1,200/1,800

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LARGE SATSUMA POTTERY LIDDED JAR Meiji Period Top of lid depicts a seated figure reading a scroll. Jar with linenfold and tassel moldings at shoulder and figural decoration around the body. Black and gilt mark on underside. Height 14.75”. 1,200/1,500

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POTTERY VASE In ovoid form with mottled blue glaze. Accession number on base. Height 11.5”.

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THREE SATSUMA POTTERY VASES 1) Rouleau form with figural landscape. Signed. Height 7.25”. 2) Pear shape with figural cartouches. Height 5.75”. 3) Trumpet form with figural panels. Height 7”. 500/700

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TWO SATSUMA “THOUSAND FLOWER” PORCELAIN CABINET PIECES Late Meiji Period 1) Highly gilded squat ovoid jar with two-character mark on base. Height 5”. 2) Floriform bowl with a similar enameled pattern and differing mark on base. Diameter 3.75”. 300/400

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Early 20th Century 400/600

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SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL Meiji Period In flower form. With figural landscape design surrounded by floral rondels and stylized birds. Exterior with figural band. Signed on base. Diameter 12.2”. 1,500/2,000

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SATSUMA “THOUSAND FLOWER” PORCELAIN VASE In rectangular form. Height 11”. Mounted as a table lamp.

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GYOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL In cherry blossom form with bird and flower decoration. Signed. Diameter 8”.

Circa 1900 250/350

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GYOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL Depicting four standing cranes. Exterior with wave design. Signed. Diameter 7.25”.

Circa 1900 200/300

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GYOZAN SATSUMA COVERED BOX Late Meiji Period In circular form with three feet. Decorated with a scene of three geese by a stream. Signed. Diameter 5.5”. 150/250

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FIVE ART DECO POTTERY ITEMS BY KINKOZAN Mid-20th Century 1) Pear-shaped vase in stylized peacock design. Height 7.5”. 2) Bird and flower-decorated tumble-up. Height 8.25”. 3) Bird-decorated vase. Height 8.5”. 3) Checkerboard and leaf-decorated vase. Height 9”. 5) Blue-on-gray floraldecorated vase. Height 8.6”. 800/1,000

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Late Meiji Period 400/600


93 pair

93.

PAIR OF SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASES Late Meiji Period In baluster form. With figural, chrysanthemum, and bird decoration separated by cascading ribbon and brocade design. Six-character marks on bases. Heights 20”. 500/700

94.

IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER 18th Century Depicting two ladies with a crane-decorated screen surrounded by a shishi and passionflower border. Underside with flowers and vines. Diameter 17.5”. 700/900

95.

PAIR OF LATE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASES AND A LACQUER BOX 20th Century With heavy gilt figural decoration. Stamped and signed on base. Heights 6.5”. Together with a rustred lacquer circular box with gilt and turquoise blue origami crane decoration on cover. Diameter 6”. 300/400

96.

ARITA BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH Late Meiji Period With shaped edge and free-form landscape design. Signed on base. Diameter 5”. 200/225

97.

94

IMARI CHARGER Late Meiji Period Elaborate floral decoration among floral mihrab cartouches. Coiled dragon in center. Four-character mark on base. Diameter 18”. 300/400

97A. IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL AND UNDERPLATE 20th Century Large flared rim bowl and underplate, both with crimped edges. Diameter of bowl 19”. Height 9”. Diameter of plate 19.5”. 600/800 98.

KORANSHA PORCELAIN DISH In rectangular form. With fish and cherry tree design. Length 6.5”.

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Meiji Period 100/200

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LARGE IMARI PORCELAIN LIDDED PALACE JAR Meiji Period Melon-ribbed jar and lid. Jar decorated with cartouches of dragons, birds, flowers, etc. Height 32”. 1,200/1,800

100. SUMIDA POTTERY TEA SET Late Meiji Period With raised figural decoration over red slip. Includes teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, four cups, and six saucers. Height of teapot 7”. 300/400 101. TEN PIECES OF ASSORTED IMARI PORCELAIN 20th Century 1-2) A small covered tureen with fluted body and cover with floriform finial. Length across handles 8”. 3-4) Pair of vases in baluster form. Heights 6.5”. 5-6) Two bottle-form vases with floral design. Heights 5” and 7.5”. 7) Shaped oval tray with turtle and waves. Length 8.5”. 8-10) Three matching nesting bowls, heights 2” to 2.75”, and a conical-form wall pocket, height 9.5”. 300/400 102. IMARI PORCELAIN UMBRELLA STAND In cylinder form with floral design. Height 24.25”.

Circa 1910 400/600

103. IMARI PORCELAIN HANGING SOAP DISH Circa 1900 In rectangular form with floral design. Separate drain. Length 4.8”. 150/250 99

104. SET OF ELEVEN IMARI PORCELAIN PLATES Decorated with the poets of Japan. Diameters 9.5”.

104 set of eleven

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Meiji Period 500/700


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106

105. IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER Early 19th Century With decoration of children flying kites before Mount Fuji. Exterior with ho bird and paulownia design. Diameter 17.5”. 800/1,000 106. IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER A rabbit center surrounded by a bold crane, flower, and butterfly border. Diameter 18”.

18th Century 700/900

107. KUTANI PORCELAIN CHARGER Late Meiji Period With design of bird in chrysanthemum flowers surrounded by decorative rondels and peonies. Four-character mark on base. Diameter 8”. 300/400 108. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CYLINDER VASE 20th Century Decorated with boatman near the shore in a mountainous landscape. Signed on base. Height 11.5”. 200/300 109. KUTANI PORCELAIN CHARGER With cat and moon design. Diameter 13”. 110. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CHARGER With mountain landscape design. Diameter 13.25”.

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Circa 1900 150/250 20th Century 100/200

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112

111. NABESHIMA PORCELAIN DISH In a camellia design. Exterior with flower, leaves, and combed foot. Diameter 7”. 112. BLUE AND WHITE NABESHIMA PORCELAIN DISH With sparrow and peony design. Exterior with flowers and combed foot. Diameter 9.75”.

19th Century 300/400 Circa 1700 800/1,200

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113. NABESHIMA PORCELAIN BOWL With double gourd and wave design. Exterior with coin and combed foot. Diameter 8.5”. A similar example sold in the Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller, Christie’s Lot #931. 114. HIRADO BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARLET Three applied turtles on a wave and bird-decorated ground. Old label on base. Height 3”.

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Early 20th Century 2,000/3,000 Late Meiji Period 200/300

115. BLUE AND WHITE HIRADO PORCELAIN BOWL With peony design on interior; butterfly design on exterior. Diameter 7”.

Meiji Period 200/300

116. PAIR OF HIRADO PORCELAIN DISHES With raised camellia design. Diameters 7.3”.

Meiji Period 300/400

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118

117. UNUSUAL REVERSE-DECORATED WHITE AND BLUE HIRADO PORCELAIN CHARGER In a raised chidori and wave pattern. Diameter 13”.

19th Century 300/500

118. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CHARGER With decoration of various fish and seagrasses. Pseudo hallmark on base. Diameter 12”.

18th Century 1,000/1,500

119. KAKIEMON PORCELAIN DISH Edo Period In hexagonal form. With flower and bamboo sprigs emanating from a raised waterfall on a white ground. Potter’s mark on base. Diameter 5.25”. Ex Mathias Komor Works of Art, New York. 300/400 120. THREE KAKIEMON PORCELAIN DISHES 20th Century A pair of octagonal sauce dishes, diameters 3.1”, and one dish, 5.25” square. 100/200 121. THREE KAKIEMON PORCELAIN BOWLS Meiji Period In bell form. With ruffled edges and nicely enameled chrysanthemum flowers and branches. Red enameled flower mark in center. Heights 2.5”. Diameters 4”. With calligraphy-signed kiriwood box. Height 7.5”. Length 9.5”. Depth 7”. 300/500

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122. BLUE AND WHITE HIRADO PORCELAIN PLATE Late 19th Century After a Nabeshima example. Depicting a camellia blossom. Exterior with flower and combed foot. Diameter 8.5”. 200/300 123. KAKIEMON PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE In teardrop form with fruit-tree branch design. Signed on base. Height 7.75”.

20th Century 150/200

124. KAKIEMON PORCELAIN BOWL In chrysanthemum form. With underglaze blue rings at foot. Diameter 4.75”.

19th Century 100/150

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126

125. KYO-YAKI VASE Early 20th Century In unusual triangular form. With blue chrysanthemum design on a green ground. Height 9.6”. 200/300 126. RUST-RED KUTANI PORCELAIN SAKE BOTTLE Circa 1900 In double gourd form. With four-lobed lower portion and hexagonal ovoid upper portion. Decorated with dragons and calligraphic panels. Kutani mark on base. Height 9.2”. 300/500 127. GILT PORCELAIN CAT In sleeping position. Wearing red ribbon collar with bell. Length 13”.

Early 20th Century 600/800

128. FOUR PIECES OF CERAMICS A sake cup by Yusuke Aida. Three teacups: one by Kenzan in lobster design, one in maple leaf design, and one with cream glaze on a brown body. 100/200 129. BLACK AND BROWN GLAZE BIZEN POTTERY MIZUSASHI Signed on lacquer cover. Height 6.25”. Diameter 5.25”. 130. SIX KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES Decorated with birds and flowers in moonlight. Diameters 7”.

127

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20th Century 200/400 Meiji Period 200/300


131. IRABO WARE TEA BOWL 18th Century Possibly Korean. In hemisphere form. With cream glaze on a light brown body. Diameter 7”. 1,000/1,500 132. SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Circa 1865 In inverted pear shape. With raised panels decorated with figures, flowers, and implements. Height 10”. 400/500

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133. BIZEN POTTERY FIGURE GROUP 19th Century Depicting a sennin resting on a guardian lion. Height 7.5”. Silk brocade stand. 1,000/2,000 134. PAIR OF KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES With bird and landscape design. Diameters 7.75”.

Meiji Period 150/250

135. PAIR OF KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES Meiji Period With exquisite decoration of a tea jar and an Ikebana and the accoutrements of a samurai. Diameters 8.5”. 400/500 136. POTTERY CHAWAN Late Meiji Period In moss green and gray glaze over subtle incised, hatch-marked ground. Potter’s mark at foot. Height 2”. Diameter 4.75”. 200/300 137. ELEVEN PIECES OF JAPANESE CERAMICS 1-6) Three rust-red kutani cups and saucers. 7) Miniature Kutani vase. 8-10) Three Imari bowls. 11) Blue and white peony-form plate. 200/300

132

133

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139

138. SHOKO PORCELAIN PLATE Depicting two mandarin ducks beneath a flowering cherry tree branch. Signed. Diameter 8.5”. 139. KENZAN DENCHICHI PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER Depicting two poets with their poems. Signed. 140. BLUE AND WHITE KAKIEMON PORCELAIN PLATE In wheat pattern. Underside with flower and vine design. Diameter 8.5”.

140

Dated 1897 300/500 19th Century 300/500 Circa 1700 250/350

141. THREE PIECES OF CERAMICS A Satsuma pottery saucer, diameter 4.5”, a blue and white scallop-edge dish, diameter 6.25”, and an Imari porcelain dish, diameter 6.75”. 80/100 142. THREE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES A pair with landscape design, diameters 5”, and one with trigrams design, diameter 4.5”. 143. HIZEN PORCELAIN FOOTED DISH With peacock and peony design. Diameter 11”. 144. SHIGARAKI POTTERY STORAGE JAR In ovoid form. With white barnacle-like texture on a brown ground. Height 10”.

100/150 Meiji Period 100/200 20th Century 300/400

145. TWO POTTERY VASES 20th Century In tapered waisted form with string decoration. Potter’s mark on the base of one. Heights 8.5” and 10.5”. 200/300

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146

146. NUIN SWEETMEAT BOWL Mid-19th Century In turquoise and purple floral and shou design. Impressed potter’s mark on base. Diameter 7”. 500/700 147. TWO SUMIDA POTTERY ITEMS A vase with three children in relief, height 7”, and a covered jar with Sumida signature, relief figural design, and figural finial, height 6.6”. 400/500 148. THREE STUDIO POTTERY VASES 20th Century 1) Seed form simulating Chinese sunspot bronze. Height 9”. 2) Ovoid form with a lavender-gray crackled glaze. Height 8.5”. 3) Slightly flared cylindrical form with tan crackled glaze and ribbed surface. Height 8”. 200/400 149. NINE PIECES OF CERAMICS Satsuma dish with building design, two Kutani dishes with lantern and fan designs, pair of AO-Kutani dishes with landscape motif, and two Kutani cups and saucers with decoration of poets. 100/200 150. NIPPON CORALINE HANDLED COVERED VASE Early 20th Century With floral decoration in center. Four-character mark on base. Height 12”. Diameter approximately 7”. 300/500 151. STUDIO FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASE With decoration of two exotic birds on a tree branch. Potter’s mark on base. Height 12”. 151A. STUDIO PORCELAIN VASE With sparrow and bamboo design and extensive calligraphy on base. Height 9.25”.

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20th Century 250/350 Early 20th Century 300/400

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152. CASED POTTERY BOTTLE/VASE In teardrop form with simple calligraphic design. Height 12”. Height of case 16”. 153. IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER With kirin and phoenix design. Combed foot. Leaf mark on base. Diameter 12.25”. 154. EIGHT CERAMIC ITEMS Five Imari sake cups, two soba tea bowls, and a Kutani covered jar with rakan design.

Edo Period 300/400 Meiji Period 300/400 100/150

155. TWO PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS 20th Century One celadon with blue-glazed landscape cartouches and one in brown and gray glaze with incised chrysanthemum decoration to exterior. Heights 2”. Diameters 4.5”. 200/300 156. PAIR OF KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES Decorated with birds in a moonlit landscape. Diameters 8.3”.

Meiji Period 200/300

157. STUDIO POTTERY VASE 20th Century In ovoid form with flared rim. In a glaze simulating woven bamboo. Flared rim and mock rope handles. Marked on base. Height 7”. 200/300

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158. PAIR OF PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRES Meiji Period White cherry blossom design on a black ground with a turquoise and red band near the rim. Signed on bases. Heights 13.5”. Diameters 16.5”. 800/1,200 159. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TRAY With transfer-decorated landscape scene. Oval, length 8”.

20th Century 50/60

160. ORIBE-STYLE POTTERY BOWL In lotus form with crane and marsh grass design. Diameter 13.5”.

20th Century 200/300

161. YOKOHAMA PORCELAIN TRAY Circa 1910 Depicting a hawk perched above waves with various other birds surrounded by a border depicting objects of the Gods of Good Fortune. Openwork leaf-design handles. Length 15.5”. 200/300 162. SET OF SIX PORCELAIN PLATES By Miyanaga Tozan I. Depicting Mount Fuji. Potter’s mark on base. Diameter 7.75”.

20th Century 150/250

163. TANZAN POTTERY VASE Depicting a shorebird and grasses. Signed. Height 7.5”. 164. TWO PIECES OF POTTERY Eiraku bowl with dragon design, diameter 6”, and a crane and willow tree-decorated bowl, diameter 7”.

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Circa 1900 80/100 100/200

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165 set of twelve

165. SET OF TWELVE ENAMEL-DECORATED POTTERY PLATES By Kinkozan. A butterfly design on a blue ground. Diameter 8.3”.

Meiji Period 700/1,000

166. FIVE PIECES OF TAITO ENAMEL Meiji Period A three-piece tea set, a covered jar with bird and flower design, and an uncovered jar with floral decoration on a black ground. 250/350 167. TAITO ENAMEL COVERED BOX In a floral brocade design. Diameter 5”.

Meiji Period 40/60

168. TREE-BARK ENAMEL COVERED JAR In rectangular form. With bird and tree branch design. Height 7.75”.

Meiji Period 80/120

169. BLUE AND WHITE ARITA PORCELAIN DISH With shaped rim. In the manner of Kakiemon depicting Kenzan and Jittoku. Diameter 8.6”. 170. KYO-YAKI BOTTLE/VASE With blue iris design. Height 10.5”. 171. KYO-YAKI POTTERY MIZUSASHI In drum form. With hydrangea design in blue and green. Height 7”.

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Circa 1700 250/350 19th Century 150/250 Early 19th Century 200/300


172. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period In baluster form. With rooster, hen, and bamboo design on a green ground. Height 12”. 400/500 172

173 pair

173. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PLATES Meiji Period In the manner of Namikawa Sosuke. Depicting chrysanthemums on a gray ground. With a brocade border. Diameters 9.5”. 1,200/1,500 174. CLOISONNÉ VASE Meiji Period In baluster form. With decoration of sparrows on snow-covered tree branches, all on a gray ground. Height 10”. Mounted as a table lamp. From the Estate of Ambassador Charles Richard Crane. 150/250 175. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE In phoenix and dragon design. Height 12.75”. Mounted as a table lamp. 176. CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL VASE In mallet form. Height 10.5”. Mounted as a table lamp.

Meiji Period 100/200 Early 20th Century 80/120

177. LARGE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Late Meiji Period In seed form. With colorful iris design on a pale yellow ground. Height 18”. Mounted as a table lamp. 300/500

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178

180

178. ANDO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Showa Period In inverted pear shape. With pink and red peony design on a pale yellow ground. Well-detailed honey bee at the shoulder. Ando mark on base. Height 16”. 500/700 179. MINIATURE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL THREE-DRAWER CHEST By Inaba. With peacock and flower design. Inaba mark on base. Height 3.75”.

Early 20th Century 300/400

180. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED BOX Meiji Period In rectangular form. With pheasant and Mount Fuji cartouches on the cover; floral design on the sides. Length 4.75”. 400/500 181. FOUR CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES 20th Century In baluster form. Three matching with rose decoration on a green ginbari ground and one with bird and flowering tree design on a light blue ground. Heights 7.5”. 300/400 182. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CHARGER With crane and chrysanthemum design on a blue ground. Diameter 12”.

Meiji Period 100/150

183. THREE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL A 5.5” covered jar, a 2.75” circular covered box, and a 7.25” peony-decorated vase.

Meiji Period 250/350

184. THREE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL Meiji Period A 7” plate with butterfly and flower design, an hexagonal vase with dragon and phoenix lappets on a midnight blue ground, and an hexagonal vase with dragon and phoenix lappets on a yellow ground. 300/500

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185. HOKUSAI Depicting three tortoises. Framed. 186. EIZAN Ladies on a street.

Tanzaku 400/600 Oban Triptych 200/300

187. OKUMURA MASANOBU Two Oban yoko-e Two interior scenes with ladies in domestic pursuits. Framed 14” x 20”. 200/300 188. UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE Oban yoko-e “The Great Sanjo Bridge in Tokyo”. From the Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road. Framed 15” x 19.5”. 200/300 189. HIROSHIGE II Depicting two figures wading in a river.

Oban tate-e 100/150

190. HIROSHIGE Three Oban 1) Oban tate-e, depicting a young girl accosted by a peasant. 2) Oban yoko-e, depicting figures outside of a temple. 3) Oban tate-e, depicting a view of Mount Fuji. 300/500 191. HIROSHIGE AND TOYOKUNI II Oban tate-e A man and a woman with a palanquin. Framed 19.5” x 15”. 200/300 192. HIROSHIGE Three Oban yoko-e 1.) “Kanagawa Dai-Mo-Kei” (Hill top view). 2). “Takanawa by Moonlight”. 3) “Evening Rain in Tadasugawara”. Each framed 16.5” x 20.5”. Provenance: The Estate of Minor Myers, Jr. Mystic, Connecticut. 300/500 193. HIROSHIGE “Mallard Under Snow-Covered Reeds”. Faded.

Hosoban 400/500

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194. HIROSHIGE Oban tate-e “Cranes Flying Over Waka Bay”. From The Views of Six Odd Provinces. Framed. 300/500 195. HIROSHIGE From the untitled fish series.

Oban yoko-e 300/400

196. HIROSHIGE II Oban Triptych “Yoritomo Sandai No Zu” (Yoritomo Goes to Court). Framed 20” x 37”. 300/500 197. HIROSHIGE Oban Triptych “The Whirlpools of Naruto Straights In Awa Province”. Later edition. 600/800 198. BLACK AND WHITE WOODBLOCK PRINT Dai oban yoko-e Depicting an eagle in a pine tree. Framed. 150/250 199. YOSHIIKU Oban tate-e Man with lanterns seated at a koto. Framed. 100/200 194

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200. TOYOKUNI III Oban tate-e Depicting an actor as a samurai standing in front of a cherry tree. Figural cartouche in upper right corner. Framed. 100/150 201. KUNISADA Oban tate-e Depicting a samurai standing on a bridge while drawing his sword. 100/200

200

202. KUNITAKA UTAGAWA Oban tate-e “Fuji Princess Yatsuzou Inoue Umeyuki”. Framed 20.5” x 15.5”. 200/400

203. TWO EDO PERIOD WOODBLOCK PRINTS Two Chuban 1) By Kiyonaga: Three beauties on a balcony. 2) By Harunobu: Travelers. Each framed 16.5” x 20.5”. Provenance: The Estate of Minor Myers, Jr. Mystic, Connecticut. 300/400 204. UTAMARO Oban tate-e Three geishas under a flowering tree. Framed 16.5” x 20.5”. Provenance: The Estate of Minor Myers, Jr. Mystic, Connecticut. 200/300 205. TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS Surimono 1) Kunisada: Black and white figural court scene. Framed 10” x 8”. 2) Kunichika: Harimaze of a man and woman. Framed 13” x 10.5”. 250/350 206. CHIKANOBU Oban tate-e A teacher instructs children in calligraphy using sticks to draw characters in the sand. Framed. 100/200

206

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207. SCHOOL OF YOSHITOSHI Depicting Ushiwara practising swordsmanship with a tengu. Framed. 208. YOSHITOSHI “Trembling with Courage”. From the Warrior series.

Oban Triptych 400/600 Oban tate-e 200/300

209. YOSHITOSHI Two Oban tate-e 1) Scene from Twenty-Four Accomplishments in Imperial Japan. Depicting a woman holding a child. 2) Scene from One Hundred Aspects of the Moon. Depicting a samurai with falling flower petals. 400/500 210. YOSHITOSHI Depicting Benkei battling with Uchikawa on Gojo Bridge.

Oban tate-e 150/200

211. KAWASE HASUI Three Oban tate-e 1) “Saishoin Temple in Snow”. Watanabe Publishing seal lower left. 2) “Clearing after a Snowfall on Mt. Fuji (Tagonoura Beach)”. 3) “Evening at Itako”. Watanabe Publishing seal lower left. Each framed 17” x 12”. 300/500 212. KAWASE HASUI “The River Kiso near Inuyama”. Seal marked lower right. Framed 20” x 15”.

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Oban tate-e 300/400


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214

213. KAWASE HASUI Oban tate-e “Clearing After a Snowfall on Mount Fuji”. Depicting a snow-covered pine tree with Mount Fuji. Teiichi Doi seal in left margin. 1,000/1,500 214. TSUCHIYA KOITSU Depicting ladies on a rainy street at night with a red lantern. Doi Publishing seal in left margin.

Oban tate-e 200/300

215. No Lot. 216. TSUCHIYA KOITSU “Nagoya Castle”. Together with a night scene with lighted cherry trees.

Two Oban tate-e 250/350

217. KAWASE HASUI “Evening at Aso in Ibaraki Prefecture”. Seal mark lower right. Framed 19” x 14.5”.

Oban tate-e 200/300

218. KAWASE HASUI “Evening Snow at Edo River”. Depicting two ladies on a bridge. In blue tones.

Oban tate-e 200/300

219. HIROAKAI Depicting a wood gatherer beneath Mount Fuji. Framed.

Oban yoko-e 200/300

220. HIROSHI YOSHIDA “Himeji Castle”. Not titled. No signature.

Oban tate-e 200/300

221. TOSHI YOSHIDA “Shrine of the Paper Makers”. Depicting figures outside a shrine. Signed in pencil.

Oban tate-e 100/200

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222. TOSHI YOSHIDA Dai Oban tate-e “Pine Tree of the Friendly Garden”. Pencil-signed in Japanese lower right margin. 20.5” x 10.25” sight. Framed 30.5” x 15.5”. 300/500

223. FOUR PRINTS AFTER HOKUSAI AND HIROSHIGE Oban yoko-e 1) “Lightning on Mount Fuji” by Hokusai. 2) “Evening Rain in Azuma Wood” by Hiroshige. 3) “Mochizuki” from Sixty-nine Stations of the Kiso Kaido. 4) “Nihonbashi Bridge in Snow” by Hiroshige. Each matted. 400/600

224. WOODBLOCK PRINT Late Meiji Period Peony. Stamped upper right. Framed 14.5” x 12”. 200/300

225. NAKAYAMA SUGAKUDO Two Oban tate-e 1) Hawks with pomegranate and balsa. 2) Shrike with hibiscus and camellia, from the series Sketches of Forty Eight Hawks. Published by Koeido. Framed 22” x 16”. 300/400

226. WOODBLOCK PRINT Oban yoko-e Landscape with geese. Framed. 13.25” x 18.2”. 100/150 222

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228

227. HIDEO TAKEDA Depicting a buffalo. From the Altamira Series.

Dai oban yoko-e 300/400

228. HIDEO TAKEDA Depicting an armadillo. From the Altamira Series.

Dai oban yoko-e 300/400

229. KIYOSHI SAITO “Aizu Jizu (2)”. Titled, signed, numbered 66/130, and dated 1986 in pencil. Matted 28” x 22”.

Dai oban tate-e 400/600

230. KOO KISHI “Flower”. Titled, signed, numbered 16/80, and dated ‘75 in pencil. Matted 22” x 18”.

Dai oban tate-e 300/500

231. SHOGO OKAMATO Dai oban tate-e “Collection I”. (Six views of trees). Titled, signed, numbered 78/150, and dated ‘80 in pencil. Matted 19.5” x 25”. 300/500 232. AKEMI INAGAKI “Still Water”. Titled, signed, numbered 4/200, and dated ‘76 in pencil. Matted 22.5” x 27”.

Dai oban yoko-e 300/500

233. HIROYUKI TAJIMA Two Dai oban tate 1) “Old Alter [sic] of Shinto”. 2/50. 2. “White Print”. 20/50. Both titled, signed, numbered, and dated ‘78 in pencil. Both matted 22.5” x 18.5”. 400/600 234. JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai Oban tate-e “Mariko”. Architectural landscape. Signed in pencil lower right “Jun. Sekino”. Jun. Sekino watermark lower central margin. 16.5” x 22”. Framed 21” x 25”. 200/400 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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235. RIKIO TAHASHI Dai oban tate-e “Corsage”. Titled and signed lower left. Numbered 25/50 and dated ‘70 lower right. 200/300 236. KIHEI SASAJIMA Two Embossed Black & White Woodblock Prints 1) “The Goddess Banzieten”. Numbered 27/100 and dated ‘89. Titled and signed lower right “K. Sasajima”. 13” square. 2) “Acala #31”. Numbered 19/50 and dated ‘68. Titled and signed lower right “K. Sasajima”. 26” x 19”. Both unframed. 200/300 235

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237. UMETARO AZECHI Dai oban tate-e Harbor landscape with distant mountains. Signed in pencil and numbered 6/10. Dated ‘55. Framed 23” x 28”. 300/400 238. KAORU KAWANO Girl with birds. Seal marked lower left. 17” x 11”. Framed 20” x 14”.

Oban tate-e 250/350

239. KAORU KAWANO Three Oban tate-e Two depicting a seated girl holding a small animal. Seal marked lower right. The third depicting a girl with four cranes. Framed, largest 20” x 15.5”. 200/300 240. KAORU KAWANO Dai oban yoko-e “Night Perfume”. Depicting pink and black flowers. Signed and titled in pencil. Numbered 28/100. Framed. 300/500 241. HOI LEBADANG Colored Lithograph (Vietnamese, b. 1922). Depicting a boat. Pencil-inscribed “Estampe d’artiste” (artist’s proof) lower left. Signed “Lebadang” lower right. 9.5” x 8”. Unframed. 200/300

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242. YOSHITOSHI MORI Dai oban tate-e Lady resting behind green vines. Signed lower left “”Yoshitoshi Mori ‘75”. Numbered 8/50. Framed 28” x 35”. 500/700 243. YOSHITOSHI MORI “Embracing”. Signed lower right “Yoshitoshi Mori 1975”. Numbered 19/50. Framed 25” x 33”.

Dai oban tate-e 400/600

244. YOSHITOSHI MORI Two Dai oban tate-e 1) “Princess Murasaki”. Numbered 40/50 and dated ‘76. 2) “Princess at the Window”. Numbered 22/50 and dated ‘76. Both signed. Both matted 32” x 26”. 500/700 245. YOSHITOSHI MORI “Kasai”. Numbered 42/50. Signed and dated ‘62 in pencil. Matted 24” x 28”.

Dai oban yoko-e 200/400

246. TAMAMI SHIMA “Forest and Horses”. Signed and dated 1962 in pencil. Matted 22” x 27”.

Dai oban yoko-e 300/500

247. THREE COLORFUL FOLK ART SILKSCREEN PRINTS 20th/21st Century Each depicting villages in various domestic pursuits. Seal marked lower right. 19” x 21” sight. Framed 24.5” x 27”. Studio Kimura labels verso. 400/600

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248. TADASHI NAKAYAMA Woodblock Print “The Girl in Sunflower Field”. Signed “T. Nakayama”. Dated 1956. 29” x 13” sight. Framed 37” x 20”. 500/700 249. TADASHI NAKAYAMA Oban tate-e “Swift Horse (B)”. Signed “T. Nakayama”. Dated 1993 and numbered 28/95. 13” x 9.5” sight. Framed 21” x 17”. 500/700 250. JOICHI HOSHI “One Tree (silver)”. Signed lower right “J. Hoshi ‘78”. 6” x 15” sight. Framed 13.5” x 23.5”. 251. TOMIKICHIRO TOKURIKI “Kintai Bridge in a Full Moon Night”. Framed 15” x 18”. 252. TOMIKICHIRO TOKURIKI “Noodle Seller at Night” and “Cart and Flute Player”. Both framed 22” x 16.5”.

Woodblock Print 400/600 Oban yoko-e 200/300 Two Oban tate-e 200/300

253. JAPANESE FOLK ART SILKSCREEN PRINT Late 20th Century Figures in a procession in front of the Great Wall of China. Titled and signed in pencil lower left and right. 19” x 27” sight. Framed 27” x 34.5”. 200/300

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254. YOSHISUKI FUNASAKA 12.5” x 12” “My Space and My Dimension”. Signed lower right. Dated 1974 and numbered 60/100. Titled, dated, and numbered “387” verso. Unframed. 200/300 255. GYOJIN MURAKAMI Dai oban tate-e Traveler with rice bales. Dated 1969. Signed and numbered 46/100. Framed 33” x 21”. 400/500 256. ITO TAKUMI Dai Oban tate-e “Namahage Nigokko”. Ito Takumi is a prominent Japanese printmaker and president of the Japan Print Society. His artwork has been featured in exhibitions at the Library of Congress and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. 18” x 13.5”. Framed 21.5” x 18”. 200/400 257. HIROKO MOMII Serigraph “A Lady in a Fan”. Signed lower right “Hiroko Momii”. Numbered 41/300. 19” x 27”. Framed 32” x 40”. 200/400

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258. TANAKA RYOHEI Black & White Etching “Trees on the Hill”. Numbered 100/150. Signed lower right “T. Ryohei ‘86”. 6.25” x 9” to the plateline. Framed 13.5” x 17”. 300/400 259. TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching “The Great Ginkgo Tree”. Signed, numbered 53/120, and dated ‘88 in pencil. 12” x 11.5” to the plateline. Matted 18.25” square. 500/700 260. TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching, 9” x 20” “After a Bumper Crop”. Signed, numbered 38/100, and dated ‘78” in pencil. Matted 16.6” x 27.5”. 400/600 261. TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching “Tachikui”. Signed, numbered 22/100, and dated ‘00 lower right. 15” x 12” to the plateline. Matted 23” x 19”. 500/700

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262. TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching A roofline. Signed, numbered 32/100, and dated ‘83 in pencil. 18” x 13.5” to the plateline. Matted 27” x 20.5”. 400/600 263. TOYOKUNI II A priest wielding prayer beads like a club.

Oban tate-e 200/300

264. TOYOKUNI III Depicting a warrior subduing a peasant.

Oban tate-e 100/150

265. KUNISADA A man with a pipe encounters a woman with a biwa. Framed. 266. TOYOKUNI III Depicting warrior in a blue robe standing on a sign post. Framed.

Oban diptych 80/120 Oban tate-e 50/100

267. TOYOKUNI III/KUNISADA Three Oban tate-e 1) Man with a scroll views a distant bridge. 2) Man with an open fan at night. 3) Two actors in green kimono. 300/400 268. HIROSHIGE Laughing figures in a park with a pine tree and cherry trees.

Oban tate-e 80/120

269. KUNIYOSHI Oban tate-e Interior with three men, one kneeling on the floor holding onto the leg of a standing man. Framed. 120/150 270. HIROSHIGE Two Chuban 1) Figures on the coast viewing distant sails. 2) Figures, a village, and a lake with Mount Fuji in the distance. 100/150 271. FOUR VOLUMES: 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE PRINTMAKERS 1) Tadashi Nakayama, His Life and Work. Signed and numbered 46/250. Published by Irongate Editions Ltd., 1982. Slipcase. 2) Yoshitoshi Mori, Japanese Woodblock “ Kappazuri ” Art Book. Numbered 509/1000, 1977. Slipcase. 3) T. Nakamyama, Catalog of Woodblock Prints, 1989. 4) Joichi Hoshi, Catalog of All Tree Woodblock Prints, 19701979. 400/600

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272. EIGHT WOODBLOCK PRINTS 1-3) Three diptychs by Hosai: figures beneath Mount Fuji, a woman contemplating murder, and a man with a woman and a priest. 4-7) Four oban by Hosai: Komuso, a woman killing a child, a man with tattoos, and a woman in a gray kimono. 8) One oban by Chikanobu depicting a woman in red. 600/800 273. BLACK & WHITE WESTERN-STYLE ETCHING 18.25” x 14.25” Napping youth on a creature-filled wooded path. Numbered 17/50. Titled in Japanese and signed “Shuji Tsuigu” lower right. Dated ‘85. Framed. 200/300 274. KAWASE HASUI Oban tate-e A view of ladies in a garden with Mount Fuji in the distance. 7 mm Watanabe Publishing seal in lower left corner. 100/200 275. HIROSHI YOSHIDA Oban yoko-e “Hokuryo”. Depicting figures at a red temple. Signed in pencil and marked with a jizuri seal. Framed. 250/350 276. SHIRO KASAMATSU “Ueno Park”. Depicting lanterns and a temple viewed through cherry trees. Framed.

Oban tate-e 150/200

277. TOSHI YOSHIDA “No. 3”. Abstract design of an owl. Signed in pencil and dated 1952.

Oban tate-e 150/200

278. TSUCHIYA KOITSU “Evening at Ushigome”. Framed 20.5” x 16”.

Oban tate-e 200/300

279. TEN PRINTS 1) A Sadanobu print depicting a woman looking out a window. 2-4) Three book page illustrations. 5-6) Two Willy Seiler prints. 7) A reproduction Utamaro print. 8) Triptych (as is). 9) A Kunisada print depicting a man with a sword. 10) A woodcut print of a woman. 100/200 280. EIGHT BIRD AND FLOWER PRINTS

Circa 1890 150/200

281. SEVEN WOODBLOCK PRINTS 1-2) Two by Toyokuni II: a woman in a checkered pattern kimono and a man in a black kimono. 3) One by Kunisada: a woman in a black kimono. 4-6) Three by Toyokuni III: a man and a woman, a figure beneath a cherry tree, and a man with a knife. 7) One by Kunichika: a samurai with a fan. 300/400 282. KUNICHIKA Various figural scenes. 283. HOSAI Actor scenes.

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The Prints of

Paul Jacoulet 284. PAPERBOUND BOOK: PAUL JACOULET WOOD-BLOCK ARTIST By Florence Wells. First edition, printed 1957. The surimono “Les Jades” is tipped in on the third page. Near fine condition except for previous owner ’s name removed from front cover. 400/600

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285. PAUL JACOULET CHRISTMAS CARD (#F) 6” x 4.12” Nuit de Neige (untitled on loose card). Miniature version of print #52. Pristine. 50/100

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286. PAUL JACOULET (#12) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14.25” Melle. Rita-Sablan-Diaz. Chamorro de Guam-Marianes. (Miss Rita Sablan-Diaz, A Chamorro Lady of Guam). Signed in pencil lower left above the Fan seal. Seal of the printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 24 October 1934. Numbered 117/350 on the reverse. Excellent condition 800/1,000

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287. PAUL JACOULET (#18) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14” La Corbeille de Nefles. Chinois. (The Basket of Medlar Fruit). Depicting a monk seated before a blue & white tiled wall, in the distance is viewed a figure on a bridge. Signed in pencil lower right above the Fan seal. Printer and carver’s seals lower right. Published: 23 May 1950. Special red seal with PJ in script on reverse. Slight overall toning and three pieces of tape top reverse. 600/800 288. PAUL JACOULET (#20) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14” La Geisha Kiyoka. Tokyo. (The Geisha, Kiyoka.) Signed in pencil lower left above the Mandarin Duck seal. Seal of the printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 24 May 1935. Numbered 240/350 on reverse. Framer’s pencil notations on reverse; slight toning to edges, slight fading. Otherwise good condition. 700/900 289. PAUL JACOULET (#25) Woodblock Print, 17.5” x 13.75” Une Belle de Palaos. (Beauty of Palaos). Signed in pencil lower left above Mandarin Duck seal. Old-style seals of the carver and printer, Maeda and Honda. Published: 4 November 1935. Numbered 216/350 on reverse. Trimmed, faded, and toned. 100/200 290. PAUL JACOULET (#29) Woodblock Print, 15.75” x 12.25” The Mandarin with Glasses. Signed in pencil lower right above the Mandarin Duck seal. Seal of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, visible in lower right margin. Published: 15 January 1936. Trimmed and faded with spot lower left. 100/200

291. PAUL JACOULET (#32) Woodblock Print, 19” x 14.75” The Song of Waves. Signed in pencil upper right above the Good Luck Hammer seal. Seal of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, lower left margin. Published: 22 April 1936. Numbered 28/150 in Japanese on the reverse. Slightly toned, otherwise very good condition. Note: Consigned in the original folder with Japanese calligraphy on the front and title label affixed to interior. 1,000/1,500

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292. PAUL JACOULET (#40) Woodblock Print, 18.37” x 14” Hokkan-zan “Seoul, Coree” (paper label) (Hokkan-zan). Signed in pencil lower right above the Tea Jar seal. Seal of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, lower right margin. Published: 6 December 1937. Numbered 110/150 in Japanese on the reverse. Good condition. 500/700 293. PAUL JACOULET (#41) Woodblock Print, 14” x 18.75” Les Paradisiers. Menado, Celebes. (Birds of Paradise). Signed in pencil lower right above the Tea Jar seal. Seals (old style) of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower left margin. Published: 25 December 1937. Special red seal with PJ in script on reverse. Slight loss upper left margin, adhesive tape top reverse, otherwise good condition 600/800

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294. PAUL JACOULET (#44) Woodblock Print, 14.75” x 19” The Son’s Request for Money. Signed in pencil lower right above the Tea Jar seal. Seal of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, lower left margin. Published: 4 June 1938. Numbered 17/150 in Japanese on the reverse. Slight overall toning. Note: Consigned in the original folder with Japanese calligraphy on the front and title label affixed to interior. 700/900

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295. PAUL JACOULET (#45) Woodblock Print, 17.75” x 13.75” La Nouvelle Robe. Metalanim, Ponape (The New Dress). Signed in pencil lower left above the Tea Jar seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 17 July 1938. Numbered 110/150 in Japanese on the reverse. Slightly trimmed, toned, and creased; otherwise in good condition. 500/800 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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296. PAUL JACOULET (#48) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14” Coucher de Soleil a Menado. Celebes. (Sunset in Menado). Signed in pencil lower left above the Tea Jar seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 26 December 1938. Numbered 211/350 on reverse. Excellent condition. Great colors. 1,500/2,000 297. PAUL JACOULET (#48) Woodblock Print, 17” x 13” sight. Sunset in Menado (untitled). Signed in pencil lower left above the Tea Jar seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Matashiro Uchikawa, lower right margin. Published: 26 December 1938. Framed 25.25” x 21.25”. Appears to be in beautiful condition. Not examined out of frame. 700/900 298. PAUL JACOULET (#52) Woodblock Print, 17” x 13” sight Nuit de Neige. Coree. (Snowy Night). Signed in pencil lower left above the Boat seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 3 June 1939. Numbered 78/350 on the reverse. Allover toning with distinct mat outline. Fair condition. Framed, 21.5” x 18”. 400/600

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299. PAUL JACOULET (#54) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14” Vendeuse de Mangues. Mariannes. (Mango Seller). Signed in pencil lower left above the Boat seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 22 August 1939. Numbered 8/150(?) in Japanese on reverse. Toning to margin, heavier on reverse, otherwise in very good condition with wonderful colors. 1,500/2,000 300. PAUL JACOULET (#56) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14.25” Les Papillons “Tropiques”. (Butterflies of the Tropics). Signed in pencil lower right above the Boat seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 10 November 1939. Numbered 126/350 on reverse. Lower margin shows some foxing and creasing; reverse upper margin with two small pieces of archival tape; print within plate line looks very good. Perhaps the butterfly named for Jacoulet is illustrated in this print. He had plans for a butterfly series which unfortunately never came to fruition. 1,000/1,500

301. PAUL JACOULET (#60) Woodblock Print, 14.25” x 18.5” Fleurs des Iles Lointaines. Mers du Sud. (Flowers of the Distant Islands). Signed in pencil lower right above the Butterfly seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower left margin. Published: 17 April 1940. Numbered 329/350 on reverse. Very, very good condition. This is one of only two landscapes that Jacoulet created. 1,500/2,000

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302. PAUL JACOULET (#72) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14.25” Fleurs du Soir. Truck-Toloas. (Evening Flowers). Signed in pencil lower right above the Sparrow seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and Shunosuke Fujii, lower right margin. Published: 1 May 1941. Numbered 285/350 on reverse. Excellent, pristine condition. 1,200/1,800 302

303. PAUL JACOULET (#74) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14.125” Souvenirs d’Autrefois. Japon. (Souvenirs of the Past). Signed in pencil lower left above the Sparrow seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 10 July 1941. Numbered 123/350 on the reverse. Very good/excellent condition. 400/600 304. No Lot. 305. PAUL JACOULET (#86) Woodblock Print, 18.25” x 14.25” L’Homme accroupi. Chinois. (The Squatting Chinese Man). Signed in pencil lower right above the Owl seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Shunosuke Fujii, lower right margin. Published: 20 November 1947. Numbered 331/350 on reverse. Slight creasing and toning. 800/1,200

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306. PAUL JACOULET (#93) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14” L’Etoile de Cobi. Mongole. (Star of the Gobi). Signed in pencil lower left (indistinct against background) above the Owl seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 28 January 1951. Numbered 336/350 on the reverse. Lengthy ink inscription on reverse from “The Farish’s” (very early Jacoulet consignors). Slight toning to reverse; slight creases; but print within plate line is exquisite. Jacoulet only produced eight prints of Mongolian subjects. This one was dedicated to former French President, Vincent Auriol. 1,200/1,500 306

307. PAUL JACOULET (#97) Woodblock Print, 17” x 13” sight Le Bonze Errant. Coree. (Wandering Buddhist Priest). Signed in pencil lower right above the Peach seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, in lower right margin. Published: 15 August 1948. Numbered 153/250. Good condition. Toning and some creasing from being rolled. Framed, 21.5” x 18”. 400/600 308. PAUL JACOULET (#98) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14” Longevite. Coree-Moppo. (Longevity.) Signed in pencil lower right above the Peach seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Published: 28 November 1948. Numbered 143/250 on reverse. Lightly toned on reverse; otherwise very, very good/excellent condition. 900/1,100 309. PAUL JACOULET (#98) Woodblock Print, 17” x 13” sight Longevite. Coree-Moppo. (Longevity). Signed in pencil lower right above the Peach seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Published: 28 November 1948. Numbered on reverse 147/250. Very, very good/excellent condition. Framed, 21.5” x 18”. 600/800

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310. PAUL JACOULET (#101) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14.12” 312. Les Perles. Mandchoukuo. (The Pearls). Signed in pencil lower left above the Peach seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Fusakichi Ogawa, lower right margin. Published: 28 December 1950. Numbered 135?/250 on reverse. Slightly toned and creased on reverse and in margins but within plate line, beautiful. Exquisitely highlighted with powder of pearl. 313. Dedicated to Queen Juliana of the Netherlands. 1,200/1,600 311. PAUL JACOULET (#101) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14.25” Les Perles. Mandchoukuo. (The Pearls). Signed in pencil lower left above the Peach seal. Seals of carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 28 December 1950. Numbered 102/350 on reverse. Toning to margins, heavier on reverse. 800/1,200

PAUL JACOULET (#105) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14.25” La Perruche Morte. Celebes. (The Dead Parakeet). Signed in pencil lower left above the Ivy seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 3 July 1948. Special red seal with PJ in script on the reverse. Slightly toned margins and reverse. 1,500/2,000 PAUL JACOULET (#115) Woodblock Print, 14” x 18.75” Fumees de Santal. Mandchoukuo. (Sandalwood Smoke). Signed in pencil lower right above the MitsuTomoe seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower left margin. Published: 21 December 1948. Special red seal with PJ in block on reverse. Slightly toned overall with areas of tape residue on reverse. This is the only print with this seal. It was dedicated to King George VI of England. 1,000/1,200

314. PAUL JACOULET (#148) Woodblock Print, 18” x 14” Vent du Nord. Coree. (North Wind). Signed in pencil lower right above the Peony seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Published: July 1953. Numbered 1/350 on reverse. Moderately toned and with three pieces of paper tape on reverse top margin. 600/800

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315. SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Meiji Period By Taizan Yohei IX with painting by Kono Bairei. Depicting sparrows, gourds, and vines on a yellow ground. Height 10”. 1,200/1,800 316. BIZEN POTTERY FIGURE GROUP Edo Period Depicting Fukurokuju with a treasure sack and pearl. Height 8”. 800/1,200 317. SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Taisho Period In hexagonal form with wisteria design. Signed. Height 12”. 600/800 318. CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA Edo Period In seated posture on a two-tier lotus throne. Height 9.8”. 1,000/1,500 319. FIVE ASIAN ITEMS 1) Japanese hand mirror. Length 13”. 2) Two Thousand Flowers cloisonné plates. Diameters 10.25.” 3) Carved wood shelf. Length 9.5”. 4) Soapstone vase group with monkeys. Length 9.5”. 200/300 320. THREE BOOKS AND FIVE TRAYS Thai hand-painted book, Japanese book with calligraphy, and a Chinese book with landscapes. Together with five lacquer and porcelain trays. 100/150

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321. IVORY TUSK VASE Late 19th Century Depicting various figures at leisure pursuits. Signed in seal form. Height 16.6”. Not available for international delivery. 1,500/2,000 322

322. BRONZE AND CERAMIC GARDEN FIGURE In the form of a snow crane with porcelain body and bronze feet. Height overall 31.5”. 323. PAIR OF BRONZE GARDEN CRANES One in feeding position and the other in full upright position. Height of upright crane 33.5”.

Taisho Period 400/600 Mid-20th Century 400/600

324. THREE IKEBANA BASKETS Meiji Period 1) Tall cylindrical form. With tightly woven uniform design and slightly flared rim. Four bamboo staves and entwined bamboo rope handle. Height 21.5”. 2) Rectangular form. Intricately woven basketry design on all four sides, with bamboo staves and neck. Slightly flared mouth and wrapped bamboo handle. Height 20”. 3) Slightly flared rectangular form. With applied bamboo decoration woven into the openwork weaving on the front face. Supported by four bamboo staves. Wrapped double rim and entwined handle. Height 15”. 300/400

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325. BASKETRY TRAY By Chikusen. With everted rim and repeated star-design center. Signed. Diameter 15.5”. Ex Collection: Raymond Bushell.

20th Century

326. NINE IKEBANA AND OTHER BASKETS In various forms, sizes, and materials. Heights 7” to 16”.

20th Century 250/350

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327. SIX-PANEL KANO SCHOOL FOLDING SCREEN Edo Period Depicting a detailed view of figures in various pursuits in and around the riverside village of Miyajima. With a mountainous background. All on gold leaf paper. Signed in cartouches on many panels. Some tearing to paper. Height 53.75”. Length 114”. 2,000/3,000 328. SIX-PANEL SCREEN In Kano style. Depicting eleven ladies in a garden setting. Height 51.5”. Length overall 112”.

19th Century 1,000/1,500

329. TWO-PANEL SCREEN By Tanfu. Depicting a pheasant, a chick, and peonies. Signed lower right. 19.5” x 50.5”.

19th Century 300/500

330. NEST OF TWO WOOD AND LACQUER STANDS Early 20th Century In square form. With grained sides and red lacquer tops. Designed to nest together. 12” x 12” x 12” and 11” x 11” x 11”. 100/150

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331. SIX-PANEL KANO SCHOOL SCREEN Meiji Period Detailed decoration of women and children in various pursuits in a courtyard. All surrounded by an extensive mountain and tree-filled landscape on a gilt ground. Height 67”. Width 150”. 800/1,200

332. TWO-PANEL SCREEN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Figures in a landscape. The men on the left depicted in front of a screen. Ladies and children on the right are depicted approaching the men. All on a dark gilt ground. With moderate cracking, wear, and damage, mostly to the right panel. Some damage to the left panel. 68” x 68”. 1,000/1,500 333. RED LACQUER STAND Meiji Period In bird and marsh-grass design. Height 19”. From the Collection of Suzanne H. Foster. 350/450 334. FOUR-PANEL TEA SCREEN 19th Century By Senkei. Songbird on a flowering tree branch surrounded by other flowers. Signed lower right of right-most panel. 14.5” x 56”. 300/500

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335. TWO-PANEL TEA SCREEN Depicting a peacock and paulownia. Height 23.25”. Length 28”.

19th Century 1,000/1,200

336. PAIR OF SILK NEEDLEWORK PANELS First Half of the 20th Century Embroidered sparrows and chrysanthemums on a red silk ground. An embroidered bat at the top of each. Heights 72.5”. Widths 22.5”. Framed together in a black-painted wood frame. 300/400 337. SILK BROCADE KESA With a floral pattern on a green ground. 44.5” x 65”. 338. FOUR TEXTILE ITEMS Two Japanese obi, a Middle Eastern table cover, and a floral-design brocade panel.

19th Century 400/600 100/150

339. FIVE TEXTILES Mid-20th Century 1) Silk kimono with embroidered floral decoration on a white-to-celadon green ground. 2) Two silk haori kimono: one black and the other magenta with turquoise 3) Two silk obi: one green with embroidered white silk flowers and the other peach with metallic floral stitching. 300/400

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340. CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD JIZO FIGURE In kneeling position with openwork metal crown. Height 9.4”. Separate base. Ex Collection: David Rockefeller.

Edo Period

341. LIFT-TOP TWO-DRAWER WOOD BOX In rectangular form. With iron handle and mounts. Height 9”. Length 12”.

Circa 1900 200/300

700/900

342. OPEN-CARVED TWO-DIMENSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT Late 19th/Early 20th Century Two-board construction depicting a figural landscape with figures in various pursuits around a temple facade. Height 7”. Length 46”. Depth 3”. Mounted on two rectangular quartz feet. 200/300 343. CARVED JIZO FIGURE In standing position on a lotus base. Height 16.5”.

Early 20th Century 150/250

344. FOUR-CASE COLLECTOR’S BOX In kiriwood. With fifteen-section divided interior. Complete with kiriwood carrying case. Overall height 11”. Width 11.5”. Depth 8”. 150/200 345. FOUR ASIAN STANDS Three lacquer: one in guri style with peony design, length 17”, and two in red and black lacquer, 14.5” square. Together with a wood jardinière stand, height 12”, diameter 13.5”. 100/200

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346. KATAKIRIBORI DEPICTION OF A TURTLE Carved of dramatically grained wood. With flowing tail. Length 18.25”. 347. CARVED WOOD FIGURE Depicting a woman seated on a fallen sign post. Length 9.5”.

Early 20th Century 700/900 Meiji Period 600/700

348. MOTHER-OF-PEARL-INLAID BLACK LACQUER BOX Circa 1910 In rectangular form with hinged sections containing shelves. Each section with two lattice sides mounted with painted silk landscape paintings. Copper hardware. 9.5” square. Height 11.5”. Kiriwood box. 1,500/2,500 349. TEN ASSORTED WOVEN BASKETS, BOXES, AND OTHER CONTAINERS 20th Century Mostly Japanese. In various forms, sizes, and natural materials. Length of boat-form tray 31”. Heights of baskets 5.5” to 8”. 200/300 350. EIGHT TEXTILES 20th Century A dark purple silk kimono with gold dragon and cloud threadwork and seven silk obi and fabric remnants. 400/600

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351. SILVER-INLAID IRON MOKKO-FORM TSUBA With paulownia design. Engraved signature and inlaid kao. Length 2.4”.

18th Century 150/200

352. INLAID COPPER MOKKO-FORM TSUBA With insect design. Length 2.75”.

19th Century 100/200

353. INLAID IRON TSUBA With brass cloud and calligraphy design. Length 2.6”.

17th Century 100/200

354. INLAID IRON TSUBA In oval form. With relief silver and gold kingfisher and marsh grasses design. Length 2.6”. 355. IRON MOKKO-FORM TSUBA With openwork dragon design. Length 3.2”.

Circa 1800 150/200 18th Century 80/120

356. FOUR IRON TSUBA 18th/19th Century One pair in wave design, one in mokko form with dragon design, and one in openwork landscape design. 250/350 357. KUTSUWA (HORSE BIT) In a cross design. Width 7.5”. 358. SMITH-MADE SWORD IN GUNTO MOUNTS Signed. Length 25”. 359. TWO SENTOKU AND SHAKUDO MENUKI Both with foliate decoration. One mounted on a pin and the other on a tie clip. Lengths 1.5”.

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Edo Period 150/250 20th Century 500/600 Meiji Period 200/300


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360. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Depicting the death of Buddha. With attendant, zodiac animals, and rakan. 13” x 19.5”.

19th Century 400/600

361. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Depicting Shoki with a drawn sword. Signed and seal marked. 47” x 16.75”.

19th Century 150/200

362. TWO WATERCOLORS 1) White bird on a cherry branch. 7.12” x 9.25” sight. Framed 12” x 13.5”. 2) A duck at the water’s edge. 8.5” x 10.75” sight. Framed 14.5” x 16.5”.

200/300

363. WATERCOLOR ON PAPER By Mori Kinseki (Japanese, 1843-1921). Figures in a spring landscape with a house and river. Signed lower right “K. Mori”. Watercolor on paper, 9” x 13” sight. Framed 15” x 18”. 300/400

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364. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Late Meiji Period A carp swimming above seagrasses. Signed and seal marked lower left. 42” x 16”. No mounts. 300/400 365. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 19th Century Depicting a waterfall, towering cliffs, and pine trees. Signed and seal marked. 59.5” x 16.25”. 400/600 366. CALLIGRAPHIC POEM ON PATTERNED PAPER Mounted on a gold silk damask scroll with applied celadon green fans. Poem 10.75” x 9.5”.

365

Mid-20th Century 250/350

367. ZEN CALLIGRAPHY 20th Century By Koho Hibino. Depicting three Kanji characters. Seal mark mid-left. 51” x 12.5” sight. Framed 58” x 19”. 400/600 368. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Depicting a scholar in nearly photographic detail. 36” x 16.5”.

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19th Century 300/500


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369. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century In the manner of Hokusai. Depicting two peasant figures crossing a bridge. Signed and seal marked. 40.5” x 14.75”. 300/400 370. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Meiji Period By Watanabe Shoei. Depicting a monkey resting in a maple tree. Signed and seal marked. 39” x 14”. 300/500 371. TWO POEM BOARDS (SHISHIKI) 20th Century “Peony” and “Bird on Maple”. Each 11” x 10”. Together with two modern circular frames that hold them. Diameters 17.5”. 250/350 372. PAINTING ON SILK Late Meiji Period Mother and child in front of a flowering cherry branch. Signed and seal marked lower right. 16.5” x 13.5”. Framed 17.5” x 14.5”. 200/300 373. TWO SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER Late Meiji Period 1) Pine trees on a river. Seal marked lower right. 10” x 14”. 2). Scholar contemplating a spirit arising from a censer. Calligraphy at right. Seal marked lower left. 6” x 16”. 300/400

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374. STRAW GLAZE POTTERY FLASK In pear shape with loop handle. Height 8.25”.

Liao Dynasty 100/200

375. CIZHOU POTTERY BOX In circular form with four-claw dragon design. Diameter 4.75”. 376. SANCAI POTTERY DISH With relief floral design. Diameter 9.5”.

Early 20th Century 250/350 Tang Style, Possibly Liao Dynasty 250/350

377. MINIATURE SIX-PANEL WHITE HARDSTONE TABLE SCREEN Early 20th Century Painted panels of floral subjects on one side; riverside landscapes on the reverse. Calligraphic inscriptions on all central panels. Height 8.5”. Length open 15.5”. 200/300 378. CELADON HEXAGONAL GU-FORM VASE Height 9”. 379. LONGQUAN CELADON PORCELAIN CONG-STYLE VASE With crackleware glaze. Potter’s stamp on base. Height 12.5”.

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20th Century 300/500 400/600


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380. POTTERY FIGURE Ming Dynasty In the form of an attendant wearing green and yellow robes while standing on an hexagonal platform. Height 14.6”. 500/600 381. POTTERY FIGURE In the form of an attendant with a removable head standing on a hexagonal base. Height 16.5”. 382. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN COVERED JAR In ovoid form. With pahua and scholar’s items design. Height 9.5”.

Ming Dynasty 600/800

Late 19th Century 200/300

383. PAIR OF RED FLAMBÉ GLAZE POTTERY JARDINIÈRES In square form on four square-form feet. Heights 6”. Tops 9” square.

19th Century 300/500

384. ENAMELED YIXING POTTERY TEAPOT In grapevine design. Length 6”.

20th Century 80/120

385. GREEN YIXING POTTERY TEAPOT 20th Century In squat ovoid form with engraved calligraphy. Bamboo-form handle, spout, and finial. Seal mark on base. Length 6”. 200/300 386. WHITE, RED, AND GREEN STONEWARE BOX In circular form with bird and flower design. Diameter 4.5”. 387. CELADON PORCELAIN CASE In inverted pear shape. With carved flower and vine design. Height 4.5”. Diameter 5.75”.

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Ming Dynasty 250/350 300/400

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388. DEHUA PORCELAIN CUP AND STEM DISH 18th Century Cup in footed conical form. Stem dish with raised collar and heart-form cutouts in the footring. Both pieces fired on spur stands. Diameter of cup 4.3”. Diameter of stand 5.75”. 800/1,000 389. AN HUA PORCELAIN BOWL 18th/19th Century In hemisphere form. With four-claw dragon design on interior; floral design on exterior. Diameter 6”. 600/800 390. LONGQUAN CELADON DISH Late 19th/Early 20th Century Molded twin-fish relief design on interior; lotus leaves about the exterior. Diameter 5.25”. 400/600 391. WHITEWARE FOOTED DISH 18th/19th Century With shaped rim and engraved bird and flower design. Four-character mark on base. Diameter 6.5”. 200/300 392. TWO BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS In bell form with floral designs. Diameters approximately 5.5”.

Ming Dynasty 250/350

393. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN DISH Late 19th Century In leaf form. With three men drinking at a table in an exterior landscape. Blue key-fret design about rim. Length 11”. 400/600 394. CELADON STONEWARE PLATE With central calligraphic design surrounded by a wave motif. Diameter 9.5”.

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250/300


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395. SANCAI GLAZE POTTERY FIGURE In the form of a warrior standing on a water buffalo. Height 16.5”. 396. SPINACH AND EGG GLAZE POTTERY SHALLOW DISH Diameter 12”. Marcoz, Newbury Street, Boston label on base.

Possibly Tang Dynasty 1,000/1,500 19th Century 500/800

397. FOUR PORCELAIN DUCK AND ROOSTER FIGURES Early 20th Century Two sancai glaze roosters and a duck, and one turquoise glaze duck preening. Heights 2.5” to 8”. 200/300 398. CARVED CELADON STONEWARE DISH In flower form with incised floral design. Diameter 6”.

250/300

399. UNUSUAL MUD POTTERY JARDINIÈRE 20th Century In octagonal form. With five niches mounted with figural scenes. Signed with a seal mark. Height 6.5”. Diameter 7.25”. 200/300 400. PAIR OF SANCAI PORCELAIN FU DOGS Standing on separate rectangular pedestals. Heights overall 32”. Widths 16”. Depths 18”.

20th Century 300/500

401. FOUR CELADON STONEWARE JARLETS Heights from 2.5” to 2”.

Ming Dynasty 400/600

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402. PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATES With lotus design. Diameters 9”.

Kangxi Period 350/450

403. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR In ovoid form. With figural landscape design. Height 8”. Wood cover.

19th Century 300/400

404. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN WALL POCKET Early 20th Century In conical form. With peony decoration and blue and gilt banding at rim. Height 13.5”. Diameter of top 4”. 200/300 405. TOMATO RED GLAZE BOTTLE/VASE First Half of the 20th Century Height 9.5”. 300/400 406. FIVE ASSORTED CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES/JARS 20th Century A ribbed seed-form jar with Korean design, height 7”, two ginger jarform hawthorn vases, heights 5” and 5.5”, and two similar bottle/ vases, heights 8” and 8.5”. 300/400 407. CELADON PORCELAIN CONG-FORM VASE 20th Century With raised trigram decoration. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 6”. 300/400

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408. PAIR OF MINIATURE CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In baluster form. With swallow and flowering tree branch decoration. Lappet decoration at flared rim. Calligraphic inscription on reverse. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Heights 4”. 400/600

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409. FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FIGURE In the form of an acolyte standing on a lotus blossom. Height 6.8”.

Late 19th Century 400/600

410. PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN WALL POCKETS In vase form with figural decoration. Heights 7.25”.

Late 19th Century 300/400

411. JUNYAO POTTERY BOWL STAND Song Dynasty In pentagonal ovoid form with triangular openwork. Diameter 5”. Ex Collection: Sydney L. Moss. 500/700 412. FOUR PIECES OF POTTERY 1) Whiteware bowl. Diameter 4”. 2) Cizhou dish. Diameter 4.25”. 3) Celadon jar lid. Diameter 6”. 4) Carved celadon bowl. Diameter 4.3”. 80/120 413. FIVE EARLY CERAMIC ITEMS 1) Tang attendant figure. Height 15”. 2) Han female figure. Height 6.5”. 3) Chestnut glaze attendant figure. Height 9.5”. 4) Redware figure. Height 9”. 5) Funerary jar cover. Height 4”. 500/700

411

414. FOUR PIECES OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN 1) Ming plate with phoenix design. Diameter 7.5”. 2) Ming bowl with scroll design. Diameter 5.6”. 3) Covered cup. Height 3”. 4) Four-lobed dish with sectioned body in floral design. Length 5.5”. 200/300 415. FOUR PIECES OF CERAMICS 1) Celadon scallop-edged dish. Diameter 4.5”. 2) Ming celadon plate. Diameter 6”. 3) Yuan green-glazed wine pot. Height 2.6”. 4) Brown-glazed bowl. Diameter 9.75”. 300/400

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416. SANCAI PORCELAIN WATER DROPPER 17th/18th Century In circular form. With orange, green, and white bird and flower design. Concave surface on underside possibly used as inkstone. Diameter 5.25”. 300/400 417. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 19th Century Depicting deer beneath a pine tree. Flower and vine border. Diameter 10”. 300/500 418. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In baluster form. With bronze vessel, flower, and calligraphy design. Height 22.5”. 600/800 419. SIX ASIAN CERAMIC ITEMS 1) Red-painted rooster-form pottery ewer. Height 3”. 2) Blackware ewer. Height 4.25”. 3) Green-glaze pottery ewer. Height 3”. 4) Qingbai pottery ewer. Length 4.75”. 5) Whiteware pitcher. Height 4”. 6) Brown glaze pottery ewer. Height 3”. 400/500 420. FIVE ASIAN CERAMIC ITEMS 1) Whiteware shallow bowl. Diameter 4”. 2) Ming blue and white porcelain dish. Diameter 4”. 3) Polychrome porcelain bowl. Diameter 5”. 4) Floriform porcelain dish. Diameter 5.5”. 5) Blue and white porcelain water dropper in chicken form. Height 3”. 150/250 421. FIVE PIECES OF PORCELAIN Four blue and white square dishes and an apple green vase, height 5.75”. 100/150 422. WHITEWARE TEAPOT Height 4.6”. 418

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423. PAIR OF PORCELAIN VASES In baluster form with trumpet mouth. Decorated with prunus and birds on a green ground. Heights 28”. After an example in the J.P. Morgan Collection. 2,500/3,500 424. CARVED CELADON STONEWARE CENSER In cylinder form with tripod base. Incised wave design. Diameter 5.2”.

Ming Dynasty 400/600

425. BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE DISH With bird and peony design. Diameter 11”.

Ming Dynasty 200/300

426. SANCAI POTTERY DISH In lozenge form with peacock feather design. Length 10.25”.

Liao Dynasty 250/350

427. PAIR OF POTTERY TOMB FIGURES In the form of reclining water buffalo. Lengths 9”.

Han Dynasty 200/300

427A. NEAR PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWLS Late 19th Century Both with ceremonial figural procession scenes. Gilt rims. Heights approx. 1.5”. Diameters 4.75”. 400/600

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428. SANCAI GLAZE POTTERY JAR Possibly Tang Dynasty In ovoid form with tripod base. Diameter 8.5”. 400/600 429. STRAW GLAZE POTTERY FIGURE Tang Dynasty In the form of a woman in standing position. Height 10”. 300/500 430. WUCAI PORCELAIN JAR 19th Century In ribbed melon form. With five-claw dragon and floral decoration on a white ground. Height 8”. Diameter of top 4.5”. With Japanese wood box. Provenance: Acquired from Europe in the 1980’s. Formerly in the Private Japanese Collection of Mr. Seiichi Mizuno, Kyoto.1939. 1,000/1,500 431. FOUR PIECES OF PORCELAIN 1-2) Two bowls with figural designs. Diameters 4”. 3) Covered bowl with design of children. Diameter 4.25”. 4) Covered soap dish. Length 4.8”. 100/200

430

432. SIX PIECES OF ASIAN CERAMICS A Song unglazed ewer, length 3”, a Sawankhalok covered jar (as is), height 1.8”, a celadon stoneware fertility figure (neck repaired), height 3.75”, a Song jar in brown glaze, height 4”, a celadon stoneware moon flask, height 2.75”, and a Song funerary jar cover with bird finial, height 3.75”. 100/200 433. FIVE PIECES OF ASIAN CERAMICS A Ming celadon stoneware jarlet, a celadon stoneware footed cup, a Liao stoneware jarlet, a Sawankhalok brownglazed stoneware jar with loop handles, and a Thai polychrome porcelain covered box. 200/300

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434. POTTERY FIGURE GROUP Ming Dynasty In the form of a man with a removable head riding on a chestnut horse with a green saddle. Height 14.5”. 400/600 435. GREEN GLAZE POTTERY KENDI In lion form. Length 8.6”.

435

Ming Dynasty 400/600

436. CIZHOU POTTERY BOTTLE/VASE 19th Century In ovoid form with calligraphic design in tan on a black ground. Height 8.5”. 600/800 437. TEN PIECES OF PORCELAIN Three export cups, one saucer, two covered teapots with figural decoration, one wine pot, two covered jars, and one small octagonal cup. 200/300 438. PAIR OF UNDERGLAZE RED AND BLUE PORCELAIN FIGURES 20th Century Depicting sages. Heights 12.5”. 150/200 439. TWO CELADON STONEWARE BOWLS Ming Dynasty One in bell form, diameter 8.25”, and one in bell form with incised wave design, diameter 6.75”. 400/600 440. THREE PIECES OF STONEWARE A 19th Century blue and white shallow bowl, diameter 11”, a Ming gray and white bowl with floral design, diameter 10”, and a Ming dish, diameter 6”. 250/350

436

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441. WHITEWARE PORCELAIN CENSER In ovoid form with lion’s-head handles. Four-character seal-form mark on base. Diameter 5.25”.

20th Century 400/500

442. BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN CENSER 20th Century In rectangular form. With four scrolled feet, rectangular handles, and archaic mask designs. Length 5”. 500/700 443. CARVED CELADON PORCELAIN BOX In fruit form with raised leaf design. Height 3.4”.

19th Century 600/800

444. TWO PIECES OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN A 9” plate and a 9” vase, each with decoration of sages.

Circa 1900 150/200

445. TWO SOUTHEAST ASIAN STONEWARE BOWLS One with fish design, diameter 11”, and one Cizhou style in floral design, diameter 9.75”.

250/350

446. THREE PIECES OF STONEWARE A black-brown glaze ewer, height 4”, a brown glaze ewer, height 5.5”, and an ovoid jar, diameter 4.75”.

250/350

447. FOUR PIECES OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN STONEWARE Two underglaze blue and bisque fish-pattern dishes, diameters 5”, Sawankhalok covered jar in brown floral pattern, diameter 4”, and Sawankhalok covered jar in geometric pattern, diameter 4”. 300/500

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448. QINGBAI PORCELAIN BOWL In conical form with incised floral design. Diameter 7.5”. 449. WHITEWARE PORCELAIN DISH With finely carved peony design. Diameter 5.25”. 450. CARVED CELADON STONEWARE BOWL With lotus design on exterior; duck and lotus design on interior. Diameter 7”.

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Possibly Song Dynasty 400/600 Song Style 300/400 Late 19th Century 300/400

451. FOUR PIECES OF CELADON STONEWARE A Song dish, diameter 6.25”, a 19th Century pilgrim flask-form vase, height 3.8”, a baluster-form vase, height 7”, and a Ming censer, diameter 3.6”. 400/500 452. NINE PIECES OF PORCELAIN A famille rose covered circular box, a famille noire porcelain bowl with two matching small dishes and a porcelain spoon, and four pieces of cabbage leaf-pattern porcelain (cup, two saucers, and a small plate). 150/200 453. SOUTHEAST ASIAN STONEWARE COVERED BOX In circular form. With underglaze blue floral design. Diameter 5.25”. 454. TILE PAINTING With famille rose depiction of ladies in a courtyard. 11.75” x 8.75”. Framed.

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17th Century 100/200 200/300

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455. LONGQUAN CELADON FIGURE OF BUDDHA 19th Century In lotus posture, seated on an hexagonal base. Height 9.5”. 600/800

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456. PEACHBLOOM GLAZE WATER POT (TAIBAI ZUN) 18th Century In beehive form. Decorated with three incised medallions in the form of two conjoined qilins. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 3”. Width 5”. Provenance: Henry O. Havemeyer (1847-1907). 5,000/7,000

457 pair

457. PAIR OF PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRES Late 19th Century In modified square form with pinched sides. Marbleized cloud cartouches on a faux bois ground. Turquoise-glazed interiors. Famille rose rims with enameled decoration of butterflies, fruits, and vines. Four-character Qianlong marks about the drilled base. Height 7.5”. Width 10.25”. 1,000/1,500 458. PAIR OF WUCAI PORCELAIN VASES In pilgrim flask form with pear-shaped, figural-design cartouches. Heights 8”. 459. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FOOTED DISH In octagonal form with guardian lion design. Diameter 8”.

20th Century 300/500 Circa 1900 150/200

460. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With passionflower and vine design. Wave band and acanthus leaves at neck. Six-character Qianlong mark at base. Height 16”. 300/400 461. SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form with slightly flared mouth. Height 8”. 82

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462. CELADON PORCELAIN COVERED JAR 19th Century In inverted pear shape with fruit-form handles. Domed cover. Height 10.25”. 600/800 463. SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In pear shape with flared rim. Six-character mark on base. Height 8.75”. 500/700 464. MANDARIN BLUE PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE 19th Century With delicate underglazed decoration of a dragon chasing a flaming pearl. Six-character Xuande mark on base. Height 6.5”. 800/1,200

464

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465. KOREAN WEDDING CHEST Late 19th/Early 20th Century In elm and other woods with a drop-down front that reveals five small drawers to the back of the interior with iron pulls. Exterior with ornate brass mounts, lock, and lockplate. Dovetail construction. Height 30”. Width 44”. Depth 18.5”. 1,000/1,500

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466. KOREAN WATERCOLOR Birds in a marsh. 12.5” x 4.25” sight. Framed 18.5” x 10”.

100/150

467. KOREAN UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND RED PORCELAIN JAR In ovoid form with red grapes on an underglaze blue grapevine design. Height 15.2”. 400/500 466

468. KOREAN PAINTING ON PAPER Depicting two cranes with a pine tree in moonlight. 29” x 17.25”. Framed. 469. KOREAN BRASS RINGING BOWL Diameter 6.7”.

300/400 Early 20th Century 100/200

470. KOREAN WEDDING CHEST Late 19th/Early 20th Century Three drawers over a drop front. Face set with brass hardware and mounts. (One pull broken). Carved apron and shaped base. Height 28”. Depth 37”. Width 15.5”. 300/400

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471. GOLD THREADWORK AND SILK NINE-DRAGON ROBE With three-tone gold depiction of five-claw dragons on a blue ground.

Late 19th Century 5,000/6,000

472. PAIR OF CIVIL RANK MANDARIN BADGES With silver pheasant and coral bead sun. Each 8.5” x 11.25”.

Late 19th Century 500/700

473. BLUE AND WHITE FORBIDDEN STITCHWORK RONDEL Late 19th Century Flower and leaf appliqué on a cream silk ground. Gilt threadwork highlights. Diameter 10”. Framed. 200/300 474. SILK NEEDLEWORK PANEL With butterfly and peony design on a pale green ground. 25” x 53”.

Early 20th Century 100/200

475. TWO KESI PANELS Depicting horsemen with gold threadwork. Each 8” square.

Late 19th Century 100/200

476. PAIR OF EMBROIDERED AND PEKIN (FORBIDDEN) STITCHWORK SLEEVE BANDS 19th Century Peony and peach design with finely detailed butterflies outlined in gold thread. All on an Imperial yellow damask ground with gilt thread . Uncut, 41” x 14”. 200/300

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477. SILK EMBROIDERED ROBE Late 19th Century Finely embroidered bats and pink and blue flowers among Forbidden Stitchwork pink peonies on a dark blue silk ground. White sleeve bands with more repeated decoration and applied peonies on waves at hem. Light blue silk lining. Length 44”. 60” across sleeves. 500/700 478. SILK NEEDLEWORK COLLAR Late 19th Century Eight pink banners with embroidered snake-coil stitching. Celadon green lappets with alternating pink embroidered flowers, fruits, and insects attached to the ends of the banners with beads. Length across collar 14.5”. Arranged in the center of a lotus-form mat. Framed 27” square. 400/600 479. KESI PANEL 19th Century Depicting warriors on horseback and on foot. Some gold threadwork. 40” x 9”. Framed. 600/800 480. PAIR OF FORBIDDEN STITCHWORK EMBROIDERIES 19th Century Both depicting figural landscapes. 4.25” x 3.25” sight. Framed 8” x 7”. 250/350 481. TWO DECORATIVE DOLL-SIZE SILK ROBES 20th Century Both with traditional embroidered decoration. Mounted and framed separately under glass. Largest framed 17.5” x 21”. 300/400 482. PAIR OF SILK EMBROIDERED NEEDLEWORKS Late 19th Century Figural landscapes highlighted with gilt threadwork and Forbidden Stitchwork flowers on a cream silk ground. 12” x 8.5”. Blue silk damask borders. Bird’s-eye maple frames, 20” x 16”. 400/600

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ASIAN ART SESSION II Lots 501-968

CHINESE Snuff Bottles 501-571 Pottery & Porcelain 572-677, 774-792, 843 Jade, Jadeite, Hardstone, Serpentine, Red Coral, Soapstone, Lapis Lazuli & Nephrite 78-770 Hongmu, Zitan, Huanghuali, Bamboo, Hardwood & Boxwood 770-773A, 822-822A, 841, 850, 853, 855-857 Glass 793-796 Furnishings 797-821, 889 Brass, Silver & Bronze 823, 826, 836, 899-922 Cinnabar/Lacquer 830, 888-892 Scholar’s 829, 831, 841, 844-847 Cloisonné & Painted Enamel 837-838, 923-939 Ivory 839-840 Paintings 858-887, 893, 897-898 Jewelry 940-968

TIBETAN 894-896

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CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Snuff bottles were used by the Chinese during the Qing Dynasty to contain powdered tobacco. Smoking tobacco was illegal during the Dynasty. Snuff was allowed because the Chinese considered it to be a remedy for common illnesses such as colds, headaches, and stomach disorders. Therefore, snuff was carried in a small bottle like other medicines. By the end of the 17th Century the use of snuff became a social ritual for the upper classes, and eventually the trend spread to every social class. Snuff bottles became an object of beauty and a way to represent status. The peak of snuff bottle manufacture was during the 18th Century and it died away soon after the establishment of the Republic of China. Original bottles from the Qing Period are most desirable for collectors and museums, but snuff bottles are still being made today as souvenirs. Made in every material known to the Chinese -- glass, porcelain, jade and other hardstones, ivory, coral, lacquer, amber, wood, tortoiseshell, metal, and ceramic -- the snuff bottle was created in large quantities and varying quality to meet the demand of the different classes. The stopper usually had a small spoon attached to extract the snuff. Many bottles were devoid of decoration, but others were very ornate and as in all Chinese arts and crafts, motifs and symbols were an integral part of the decorative detail. The most popular decoration is the shou character, a symbol of happiness and longevity. Another theme was the lohans who were the disciples of Buddha. Various animals symbolized different things. The dragon represented status depending on how many claws it had. The horse represented speed, perseverance, rank, power, and wealth. The hare represented long life and even immortality. The three-legged toad is a mythical creature thought to be an animated purse containing an inexhaustible supply of coins, hence it represented wealth and became a symbol of the unattainable. The fish represented wealth, abundance, harmony, and connubial bliss. Bamboo, being evergreen, symbolized durability and longevity. The earliest interior-painted snuff bottles are thought to have been made between 1820 and 1830. By that time, the aesthetics of the bottles were more important than the utilitarian considerations and few would have been used for holding snuff. These bottles are still made today and they are a testament to the skill and inventiveness of Chinese craftsmen.

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501. GREEN AND WHITE JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In spade shape. With relief carving of a fisherman in a landscape. Height 2.25”. Green stone stopper. 250/350 502. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In modified rectangular form. Height 2”. Quartz stopper. 250/350 501

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503. WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE 18th Century In peach form. With relief branches and leaves. Length 2.5”. Jadeite stopper. 800/1,000 504. PUDDINGSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In ovoid form. With red markings on a black ground. Height 2.25”. Agate stopper. 500/700 503

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505. CREAM-COLORED HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In tea jar form. Height 2.3”. Simulated malachite stopper. 150/250 506. YELLOW HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In ovoid form. Height 2”. Simulated coral stopper. 200/300 507. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In flattened ovoid form. With blue crane design on an opalescent ground. Three-character mark on base. Height 2.5”. Rose quartz and simulated pearl stopper. 400/600 508. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In elongated ovoid form. With sages in a landscape design. Rooster mark on base. Height 2.25”. Metal stopper. 300/400

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509. CAMEO AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In rectangular form. With a white frog and carp design on a gray ground. Height 2.1”. Simulated coral stopper. 300/400 510. PUDDINGSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In spade shape. With black, brown, and white markings. Height 2.7”. Agate stopper. 400/600

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515. TWO ENAMEL-DECORATED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES AND A MINIATURE VASE Early 20th Century Bottles in spade and double gourd form, with white enameled flowering cherry and bird decoration on a blood red and lavender ground. Heights 2” and 2.5”. Hardstone stoppers. Vase in bottle form with matching decoration on a yellow ground. Height 2”. Four-character marks on bases of each. 200/400

511. ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century 516. TWO WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES In spade shape. With relief carving of a sage with a wine 20th Century pot beneath a pine tree. Highlighted details in green and 1) Ovoid form. With five-claw dragon and cloud design. tan. Height 2.4”. Green stone stopper. Three-character mark on base. Height 3”. Green jade 500/700 stopper. 2) Ovoid form. Decorated with birds in a 512. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century landscape. Molded mock ring handles. Three-character In ovoid form with white markings. Height 2”. mark on base. Height 2.5”. Green jade stopper. Simulated coral stopper. 300/400 400/600 513. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In ovoid form. With mask and mock ring handles. Height 1.75”. Green stone stopper. 150/250

517. TWO EXPORT PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES Early 20th Century In ovoid form. With Rose Medallion figural decoration on one; famille rose figural decoration on the other. 514. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century Each with a three-character mark on base. Heights In ovoid form with blue peach and radish design on 2.5”. Green jade stoppers. 200/400 a clear body. Height 2.2”. Simulated coral stopper. 300/400

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518. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Early 19th Century In flattened ovoid form. With figural landscape design in blue on a snowflake ground. Height 2.2”. Simulated coral stopper. 600/800 519. UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND RED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In barrel form. With figural processional landscape decoration. Four-character Yongzheng mark on base. Conforming stopper. Height 3.25”. 300/500 520. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Early 19th Century In ovoid form. With blue dragon design on an opalescent ground. Height 2.1”. Coral stopper. 500/600 521. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In spade shape. With peach basket design and mask and mock ring handles, all in red on a snowflake ground. Height 2.2”. Jade stopper. 500/700 522. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In elongated ovoid form. With red dragon design on an amber ground. Height 2.7”. Glass stopper.

19th Century 500/700

523. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In ovoid form. With red crane and peach branch design on an opalescent ground. Mask and mock ring handles. Height 2.25”. Simulated coral stopper. 400/600 524. WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. With polychrome enameled decoration of a phoenix and clouds. Height 2.5”.

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525. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In pear shape. With mask and mock ring handles. Height 2.75”. Glass stopper. 300/400 526. AMETHYST SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. Height 2.8”. Simulated coral stopper.

19th Century 200/300

527. SANDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In elongated ovoid form. With green and red markings. Height 2.25”. Stone stopper. 250/350 528. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In ovoid form. With red lotus design on a milk white ground. Height 3.6”. Green jade stopper. 250/350 529. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In pebble form. Length 2.5”. Jade stopper. 526

Late 19th Century 200/300

530. GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In flattened ovoid form. Simulating agate. Height 2.25”. Simulated coral stopper. 150/200 531.. THREE DOUBLE OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES Two in gourd form, heights 2.5” and 2.25”, and one in pear shape, height 2.25”. 300/400 532. CARNELIAN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In pebble form. Length 2”. Glass stopper.

19th Century 100/200

533. THREE SNUFF BOTTLES Double gourd with calligraphy, height 2.5”, overlay glass with red dragon design, height 2.5”, and assembled amber, height 2.25”. 150/250

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534. FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES Amethyst, height 2.25”, and three interior-painted glass heights 2.4”, 2.5”, and 2.75”. 300/400 535. THREE SNUFF BOTTLES Jasper with panda bear carving, height 3”, double overlay glass, height 3”, and aventurine, height 2”. 200/300 536. FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES Rose quartz, height 3”, malachite, height 2.75”, overlay glass, height 2.75”, and interior-painted glass, height 3”. 300/400

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537. “PEANUT” AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In pebble form with relief nut design. Height 1.75”. Jade stopper. 538. CELADON AND BROWN JADE SNUFF BOTTLE In the form of Joss with bats and coins. Height 2.5”. Agate stopper.

Circa 1900 600/800 20th Century 300/400

539. PUDDINGSTONE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with red, gray, and white markings. Height 2.3”. Glass stopper.

250/350

540. CARNELIAN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In the form of a sage riding on a carp. Height 2.2”. Agate stopper.

20th Century 200/300

541. TURQUOISE SNUFF BOTTLE In elongated ovoid form. With relief carving of Joss. Conforming stopper. Height 2.5”.

20th Century 120/180

542. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. With red crab and basket design on a yellow ground. Height 2.2”. Simulated coral stopper.

300/400

543. AVENTURINE SNUFF BOTTLE In rectangular form. With four relief-carved seal marks on both faces. Height 2.5”. Green stone stopper. 300/400 544. AMBER GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In the form of a butterfly. Height 2.3”. Metal stopper.

Early 20th Century 200/300

545. FIVE CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES 1) Seal School snuff bottle with a fisherman and horseman in brown on a white ground, height 2.6”. 2-4) Three gourd snuff bottles, heights 1.5”, 2” and 2.25”. 5) A glass snuff bottle in double gourd form, height 2.25”. 300/400

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546. CARNELIAN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with relief carving of monkeys in a peach tree. Height 1.8”. Glass stopper. 547. BROWN AND WHITE PUDDINGSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form with brown and white markings. Height 2.3”. Simulated coral stopper. 548. MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. Height 2”. Jade stopper. 549. FORTIFICATION AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with raised handles. Height 2.2”. Glass stopper.

Late 19th Century 400/600 200/300 19th Century 200/300 200/300

550. WHITE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. Height 2”. Simulated coral stopper.

Late 19th Century 250/350

551. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape. With raised yin-yang symbols. Height 2.5”. Agate stopper.

Late 19th Century 250/350

552. STRIATED HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE In square form. Height 2.5”. Pink stone stopper. 553. ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE In cylinder form with a carved banded design. Height 2.75”. Glass stopper.

200/300 Circa 1900 250/350

554. FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES Red-on-white overlay glass, height 2”, rust-red on white overlay glass, height 2.5”, three-color overlay glass with figural design on a clear ground, height 2.25”, and double overlay glass with brown and white figural design on amber, height 2.25”. 300/400

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555. STRIATED JASPER SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form. Height 2.25”. Simulated coral stopper.

200/300

556. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form with red-brown markings. Height 2.5”. Agate stopper.

Circa 1900 200/300

557. GREEN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. With brown and cream inclusions. Height 2.5”. Glass stopper.

250/350

558. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with mask and mock ring handles. Height 2.8”. Agate stopper.

Late 19th Century 250/350

559. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1820 In ovoid form with figural landscape design. Artemisia leaf mark on base. Height 2.75”. Coral stopper. 250/350 560. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE In meiping form with floral design. Height 2.8”. Opalescent glass stopper.

19th Century 200/300

561. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In elongated ovoid form with figural design. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 2.5”. Stone stopper. 200/300 562. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In elongated ovoid form with figural landscape design. Single character mark on base. Height 3”. Porcelain stopper. 200/300 563. FIVE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES Red and yellow, height 3.25”, red and yellow phoenix design, height 2”, green and white, height 2”, lavender and white, height 2.25”, and black and red on white, height 2.5”. 300/400

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564. THREE SNUFF BOTTLES Lapis lazuli with basket design, height 2.25”, lapis lazuli with bird and flower carving, height 2.75”, and green stone with bird and flower carving, height 2.2”. 300/400 565. TEN ASSORTED SNUFF BOTTLES Three interior-painted, one assembled amber, one porcelain, one agate, two rock crystal, one in black glass, and one green and white overlay glass. 400/600 566. TWO PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES One in underglaze red and blue with a camel design, height 2.6”; one in tombstone form with a figural design, height 3.4”. 250/350 567. UNDERGLAZE BLUE-ON-WHITE PORCELAIN MINIATURE VASE Early 20th Century In cylindrical form. With added black floral sprig and leaf decoration at shoulder and mouth. Marked “China” on base. Height 3”. 200/400 568. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with floral design. Height 2.1”. Glass stopper.

20th Century 100/200

569. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In elongated ovoid form with figural design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 2.75”. Glass stopper. 250/350 570. UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE In tombstone form with figural design. Height 3.25”. Tiger’s eye stopper.

19th Century 150/250

571. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century By Chen Zhongsan. In ovoid form with equestrian landscape design. Signed. Height 3”. Simulated coral stopper. 400/500

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572. FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT Kangxi Period In cylinder form. With sea spirit and carp design on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Height 5.2”. Diameter 4.6”. Exhibited: Oriental Ceramic Society, 1970 Ex Collection: John Sparks Ltd. 3,000/4,000

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573. PORCELAIN COVERED BIRTHDAY BOWL Circa 1890 With shou and ribbon design on a yellow ground. Six-character Guangxu mark on cover and on base. Diameter 6.2”. 400/500 574. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL With shou design above bats and waves. Six-character Daoguang mark on base. Diameter 7.25”.

19th Century 450/650

575. FOUR PIECES OF EXPORT PORCELAIN An 18th Century mug with figural design (repaired), a cabbage leaf oval serving dish, length 8.5”, a figural-decorated plate, diameter 8.5”, and a floral-decorated plate, diameter 8.5”. 100/150 576. EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN TEAPOT In drum form. With figural, bird, and flower panels. Height 6.75”.

Mid-19th Century 150/200

577. PORCELAIN JAR Early 20th Century In seed form. With four floral landscape panels on a powder blue ground. Height 10”. Wood base. Mounted sans cover as a table lamp. 200/300 578. PAIR OF MINIATURE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES In mallet form with peach, pomegranate, and citron design. Height 3.75”.

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579. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE In pear shape with five-claw dragon design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 9.75”.

600/800

580. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In double gourd form. With stylized calligraphy and floral design. Six-character Ming mark on base. Height 9.5”. 600/800 581. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with trumpet mouth. Dragon and flame decoration. Height 11.2”.

600/800

582. CHOCOLATE BROWN GLAZE PORCELAIN STAND 17th/18th Century In six-legged openwork form. With floriform top and six-lobed base. Height 7.5”. Diameter 7.5”. 600/800 583. DOUCAI PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century With petal-form rim and on a slightly raised foot. Exterior with phoenix and cloud design. Interior with floral design. Six-character Chenghua mark on base. Height 2.75”. 700/900 584. PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In cylinder form with mask handles. Body decorated with flowers and qilin. Seal-form mark on base. Height 14.5”. 300/400 585. TEADUST GLAZE PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE In beehive form. Diameter 3.25”. 582

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586. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER With landscape design beneath a basketry border. Diameter of cup 3”.

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587. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN INKSTONE Early 20th Century In rectangular form with insect decoration. Calligraphy on side panels. Six-character Ming mark on underside. Length 4.8”. 500/600 588. ENAMEL-ON-CELADON PORCELAIN CHARGER 19th Century With central scene of foreigners and Immortals in a landscape with exotic beasts. All surrounded by a floral border. Diameter 16.5”. 400/600 589. DOUCAI PORCELAIN WINE CUP With duck, lotus, and calligraphy design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 2.5”. 590. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FIGURE Depicting a man in a brown and green costume seated while holding a staff. Height 8”.

300/400 Late 19th Century 150/250

591. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century With landscape and flower border about a floral center. Double ring mark on base. Diameter 12”. 300/400 592. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL With windblown flower design. Diameter 10”.

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593. PAIR OF TWO-PART PORCELAIN CANDLE HOLDERS 19th Century In baluster form. With passionflower design on a turquoise ground. Large drip pans above a bell-form foot. Heights overall, 13.5”. 1,000/1,500 594. FAMILLE VERTE-ON-POWDER BLUE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT In cylinder form with figural cartouches. Six-character Kangxi mark. Height 10.5”. 595. PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED BOWLS In circular form with wire handles. Flower garden decoration. Diameters 5.25”. 596. PAIR OF BLUE & WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED TEMPLE JARS Decorated with a simple flower, vine, and lappet design. Heights 19”.

19th Century 800/1,000 Late 19th Century 250/350 20th Century 600/800

597. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR Late 19th Century In ovoid form. With passionflower and vine design. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 8.5”. 250/350 598. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with deer’s-head handles. Decorated with mythological figures. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 7.5”. 200/300 599. POWDER BLUE PORCELAIN VASE In bladder form. With six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 9.75”.

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600. PAIR OF EXPORT UNDERGLAZE BLUE PORCELAIN PLATES 18th Century With central figural landscape scene within a blue floral border. Diameters 9”. 450/550 601. PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATES 18th Century With floral spray design with a spearhead and flower-garland border. Diameters 9”. 350/450 602. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR 19th Century In ovoid form. With figural landscape design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 9”. Wood cover. 600/800 603. BLUE GLAZE PORCELAIN CENSER Early 20th Century In rectangular form. With quadruped base and upswept handles. Relief qilin design. Length 9”. 300/400 604. SET OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS 20th Century With figural landscape design. Diameters 2”. 100/200 605. SET OF THREE RUST-RED AND POLYCHROME PORCELAIN WINE CUPS 20th Century In bell form. With five-claw dragon design. Four-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameters 2.25”. 250/350

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606. PEACHBLOOM PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE In ovoid form. Diameter 3.75”.

Late 19th Century 400/600

607. SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE In squat ovoid form. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 4.4”.

Early 19th Century 500/700

608. CAFÉ-AU-LAIT GLAZE PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE In ovoid form. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 3.9”. 609. PORCELAIN CHARGER With unusual bamboo lattice design with birds and insects. Diameter 16”. 610. PAIR OF RUST-RED PORCELAIN WINE CUPS With five-claw dragon design. Four-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameter 2.5”.

19th Century 400/600 Republic Period 350/450 20th Century 150/250

611. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In hexagonal baluster form. With metallic clobbered decoration to the dragon reserves, rim, and foot. Six-character Qianlong mark and two wax seals on base. Height 16”. 400/600 612. PAIR OF SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASES In baluster form with slight flare at mouth. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 6”.

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613. CELADON PORCELAIN VASE In ovoid form with cylindrical neck. Height 13.5”. Once mounted as a table lamp.

Circa 1900 400/600

614. CLAIR DE LUNE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In pear shape with elephant’s-head handles. Archaic mask design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 9.8”. 1,000/1,500 615. PORCELAIN WINE POT Circa 1800 In pear shape. With relief squirrel and grapevine design. Height 5”. 600/800 616. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WALL POCKET/VASE 20th Century In conical form with floral decoration. Height 13”. 250/350 617. FAMILLE ROSE BOWL AND SAUCER Early 20th Century Bowl in bell form with peach-decorated reserves on a rose sgraffito ground. Saucer with matching decoration. Marked on base. Diameter of bowl 4.5”. Diameter of saucer 4”. 200/300 618. PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN HAT STANDS Early 20th Century Songbirds on flowering peonies with calligraphic inscription. Calligraphic mark and wax seal on base. Height 11”. 300/400

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619. FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE In octagonal form. Four figural and landscape cartouches about the body. A dragon chasing a flaming pearl at neck. Four-character Zhengde mark on base. Height 10.25”. 250/350

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620. POWDER BLUE PORCELAIN VASE In ovoid form with trumpet mouth. Height 20.3”.

19th Century 3,000/3,500

621. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN WALL POCKET 20th Century Vasiform with famille rose bird and peony cartouches about the body. All on a turquoise ground. Height 6”. 200/300 622. LAVENDER SPLASH FLAMBÉ PORCELAIN VASE In seed form. Height 6”.

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623. FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In rouleau form. With birds in a peony tree and rockery landscape. Pink and blue lappet decoration at rim and foot. Height 11.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350 624. FOUR PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE CUPS First Half of the 20th Century In bell form with shaped edge. Acanthus leaf design about the exteriors. Interiors with spearhead borders. Heights 2.5”. 300/400 625 PAIR OF PORCELAIN LOTUS DISHES With raised pink petal design on exterior; gilt floral design on interior. Diameters 8.2”.

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626. FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN FIGURE 20th Century In the form of Shoulao standing and holding a peach. Height 20.2”. 2,500/3,000

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627. FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century In the form of a lotus flower comprised of three rows of petals. Turquoise-glazed interior. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 5”. 300/400 628. SIX COVERED ENAMELED POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWLS Early 20th Century Rice pattern body with lotus and scroll design and blue and white banded borders. Four-character Kangxi marks on base. Heights 3.5”. 400/600 629. FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE In ovoid form with landscape decoration. Diameter 10.5”.

400/600 630. PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th Century In baluster form. With decoration of ladies in an interior. Banded foliate shoulder and famille verte neck. Slightly flared mouth. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Heights 16.5”. 450/650

630 pair

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631 paie

631. PAIR OF TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN VASES 18th/19th Century In the form of gourd-shaped baskets with leaping carp. Heights 8.5”. 1,200/1,800

632. PAIR OF TURQUOISE AND AUBERGINE GLAZE PORCELAIN LIONS 19th Century Seated on rectangular platforms. One holding a brocade ball and one holding a pup. Heights 15.5”. 1,000/1,200 633. ROBIN’S-EGG BLUE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In bladder form with incised dragon design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 7.25”. 300/500 634. PORCELAIN COVERED BOWL Late 19th Century In ovoid form. With red, green, and black glaze imitating stone. Underglaze blue seal mark on cover. Diameter 4.2”. 100/200 635. FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN JAR Circa 1900 In inverted pear shape. With bird and flower design. Height 8”. 200/300

632 pair

636. THREE PIECES OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN Ming Dynasty A 5.75” bowl with pine, bamboo, and prunus design, a 7” dish with qilin design, and an ovoid ewer with stylized calligraphy, height 5”. 300/400 637. SIX BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES With figural decoration. Diameters 4.5”.

Circa 1900 200/300

638. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE Ming Dynasty With phoenix landscape design. Diameter 7.25”. 100/200

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639. IMPERIAL PORCELAIN BOWL Daoguang Mark and Period In bell form. With fine floral design on a yellow ground. Interior with five-bat design. Base with six-character mark. Diameter 7.25�. 25,000/35,000

mark on base

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640. CARVED CELADON VASE 18th/19th Century In inverted pear shape. With carved peony and wave design. Height 17.75”. 2,000/3,000

641. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE In mallet form. With butterfly, fruit, and flower design. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 16.5”. 1,200/1,500 640

642. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Ming Dynasty In bell form with dragon design. Diameter 5.5”. 150/200

643. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE 19th Century With guardian lion and brocade ball design. Diameter 6.25”. 100/150

644. APPLE GREEN GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In mallet form. Height 3.6”. 120/180

645. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN CHARGER Decorated with a court scene. Diameter 18”. 80/120

641

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646 pair

646. PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN DISHES Kangxi Period With phoenix and flower design. Double ring mark on base. Diameters 9.5”. 2,000/2,500 647. FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWL Kangxi Period With flower and insect design. Underglaze blue artemisia leaf mark on base. Diameter 11”. Ex Collection: Weisbrod & Dy, Ltd. 1,500/2,000 648. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In cylinder form. With bronze vessel and calligraphic design. Height 11.1”. 100/200 649. TWO CERAMIC ITEMS A Qingbai porcelain bowl with grasses design, diameter 7”, and a celadon bowl with grasses design, diameter 5”. 200/300 650. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form with figural handles. Relief dragons at shoulder. Body decorated with figural cartouches on a floral ground. Height 16.5”. 150/250 651. IMARI PORCELAIN PLATE 18th Century With landscape design surrounded by a floral border. Diameter 8.8”. 200/300 652. IMARI PORCELAIN DISH Circa 1800 In bird and flower design. Diameter 12.25”. 200/300

647

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653

653. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SWEETMEAT DISH WITH COVER Circa 1800 In circular form. With decoration of flowers and vines on exterior; birds and peaches on interior. Potter’s mark on base. Diameter 10”. Ex Collection: Mr. Arthur Kay (British, 1860-1939). Noted art critic, collector, and author of Treasure Trove in Art. 1,000/1,500

654 pair

655

654. PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS In bell form with iris and insect design. Six-character Wanli mark on base. Diameters 3.5”.

656

Ming Dynasty 200/300

655. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In cylinder form. With bird and flowering tree design. Six-character Xianfeng mark on base. Height 6”. 300/500 656. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In ovoid form. With five-claw dragon and cloud design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 5.25”. 500/700 657. CELADON STONEWARE BOWL With stylized floral design on interior; fret design on exterior. Diameter 6”. 658. UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND ENAMEL-DECORATED PORCELAIN VASE In modified cylinder form. With bird and flower design. Height 9.25”.

Ming Dynasty 100/150 Circa 1900 100/200

659. FOUR ASIAN CERAMIC ITEMS 1) Qingbai porcelain dish. Diameter 5”. 2) Sawankhalok stoneware covered box. Height 4”. 3) Qingbai porcelain bowl. Diameter 3.5”. 4) Qingbai porcelain bowl. Diameter 4.5”. 200/300 108

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660

660. ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN COVERED VEGETABLE DISH 19th Century In lozenge form. With entwined handles and pinecone finial. Figural, bird, and flower design. Length 11.5”. 300/400

661. SANCAI POTTERY DISH Tang Dynasty Style With floral center. Diameter 10.25”. Height 1.5”. With Japanese wood box. Provenance: Acquired at Spink & Son Ltd, London 1979. Formerly in a Private Japanese collection from Mr. Seiichi Mizuno, Kyoto. 1939. 400/600 662. TWO QINGBAI PORCELAIN BOWLS Song/Ming Dynasty A six-paneled bowl, diameter 7”, and an iris-design bowl, diameter 7.25”. 300/500

661

663. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE 19th Century With floral design. Diameter 8”. 100/150 664. THREE PORCELAIN VASES 19th Century Each in cylindrical form. Two in famille rose floral decoration and flared mouths, heights 8” and 9.5”. The third with wucai floral decoration, height 7.5”. 400/600 665. BLUE AND WHITE COVERED JAR Early 20th Century In temple jar form. With shou and flowering vine decoration. Four-character Chenghua mark on base. Height 16”. 400/600

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666

667

666. MINIATURE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT In barrel form. With bat, cloud, and dragon design. Height 8.5”.

20th Century 800/1,200

667. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late 18th/Early 19th Century In baluster form. With flared rim and paneled scenic decoration. Double ring mark on base. Height 17.5”. Diameter of top 8.5”. 500/800 668. FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In diminutive trumpet form with flared mouth. Decorated with figural and landscape cartouches on a diapered floral ground. Gilt rim and foot. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 5”. 200/300 669. PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED VASES Late 19th Century In meiping form. With scrolling flower and vine decoration. One domed cover with onion finial present. Fourcharacter Chenghua mark in a double ring on base. Height 12”. 400/600 670. RICE GLAZE PORCELAIN BOWL In bell form with stylized floral design. Six-character mark on base. Diameter 7.5”.

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Circa 1900 200/300


671

672

671. LONGQUAN CELADON STONEWARE VASE In seed form with lattice design. Height 9.25”.

600/800

672. CELADON STONEWARE CENSER Ming Dynasty In cylinder form with tripod base. Fitted with Japanese silver cover with jade bead finial. Diameter 5.3”. 800/1,000 673. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PLATE With peach, flower, and bat design. Diameter 9.5”.

19th Century 150/250

674. THREE PIECES OF PORCELAIN 1) Bat-form bowl with blue, turquoise, and white shou and passionflower design. Length 8.5”. 2) Covered ginger jar in floral design. Height 6.6”. 3) Leaf-form soap dish with drain. Length 4.75”. 150/200 675. FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century In bell form. With alternating phoenix and dragon rondels on a fruit and vine-filled yellow ground. Yellow interior with peach and bats. A gilt double shou center. Height 2.5”. Diameter 5.5”. 250/350 676. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED JAR Late 19th Century Subtly ribbed in squat gourd form. With stem-form finial on conforming cover. Dragon in a landscape design with ruyi-form lappets. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 7”. 300/400 677. POLYCHROME CLOBBERED PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century Exterior with fruit, flower, and insect decoration; interior with salmon leaf/feather decoration. Rondels at base and a diapered rim. Height 3”. Diameter 6.5”. 250/350

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678

679

678. SPINACH GREEN JADE CARVING With openwork deer, crane, and pine tree design. Length 4.5”. 679. GREEN JADE COVERED BOX In baluster form. With crane and pine tree design. Domed cover with onion finial. Height 5.5”. 680. GREEN JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining water buffalo. Length 3.6”. 681. WHITE JADE PENDANT In the form of a goose. Length 1.8”.

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680

Early 20th Century 600/800 20th Century 500/700 Circa 1900 500/700 250/350

682. GREEN JADEITE PENDANT In the form of Joss in standing position. Height 1.6”.

20th Century 250/350

683. GREEN JADEITE PENDANT In the form of Joss standing while holding a treasure sack. Height 1.3”. On a gold-filled chain.

20th Century 300/400

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684

687

685

684. WHITE JADE GIRDLE-HOOK PENDANT In the form of a dragon and its young. Length 4”. With a gold mount.

19th Century 700/900

685. WHITE JADE PENDANT NECKLACE Circa 1900 The pendant in butterfly form. With cinnabar and white jade bead chain. Length of pendant 3.25”. Length of chain 28”. 700/900 686. CARVED GREEN AND WHITE JADE PLAQUE In oval form. With the Eight Horses of Wang Mu carved into a mountain landscape. Length 2.75”.

400/600

687. BLACK AND WHITE JADE PENDANT In circular form with shou design and double phoenix finial. Length 3”.

300/400

688. MULTICOLOR JADE BRACELET With silver-gilt mounts. Sections in gold, white, red, green, and black.

20th Century 300/400

689. PALE GREEN JADE BRACELET With sterling silver mounts.

250/350

690. WHITE JADE PENDANT In double gourd form. Length 1.75”.

100/200

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691

692

691. WHITE JADE BOWL In hemisphere form. Diameter 3.25”. 692. “CHICKEN BONE” JADE BOWL In bell form with relief floral carving. Diameter 4.25”.

693

18th Century 500/700 17th/18th Century 500/700

693. GRAY AND BLACK JADE CARVING In the form of a qilin resting on an oval platform. Length 2.5”.

200/300

694. CARVED WHITE JADE PENDANT In fruit form. Length 3.5”. Mounted on a brass finial mount. Height overall 4”.

200/400

695. TWO HARDSTONE WRITER’S COUPES Early 20th Century A mottled soapstone dish in open pod form with stem and leaf handle, length 3.5”, and a pink agate conical bowl, diameter 2.75”. 200/300 696. FOUR WHITE JADE PENDANTS 1) Figure of a bearded man. Length 2.5”. 2) Figure of a dancer. Height 2.75”. 3) Circular form in bamboo design. Diameter 1.2”. 4) Cicada. Length 1.4”. 300/400

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697. SPINACH GREEN JADE BRUSH POT Qing Dynasty In cylindrical form. With high-relief carving of sages in a landscape. Height 7”. Diameter 7”. 6,000/8,000

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698

698. GRAY-WHITE JADE BI IN A ZITAN STAND Bi carved with scroll motif. Diameter 3.5”. Stand with stylized dragons. Height overall 9”. 699. WHITE JADE CARVING Depicting two cranes with fine openwork design. Height 4”.

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699

800/1,200 20th Century 2,500/3,500

700. “CHICKEN BONE” JADE PENDANT In pierced bi form with double dragon finial. Length 2.75”.

250/350

701. RUSSET AND PALE LAVENDER JADEITE BEAD In fish form using matrix for details. Length 2”.

250/350

702. WHITE JADE PENDANT In ram’s-head form. Length 2”.

250/350

703. RUSSET AND WHITE JADE PENDANT In archaic dragon form. Length 2”.

250/350

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704. CELADON-GRAY JADE RHYTON CUP Unusually large with qilong dragon handle, lion’s-head and loose ring mounted beneath the spout, and stylized dragon fret band about the body. Height 8�. 3,500/4,500

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705

706

705. TAN SOAPSTONE COVERED BOX In rectangular form with dragon and cloud design. Length 6.75”. 706. YELLOW SOAPSTONE SEAL In mountain form. Depicting sages in a landscape. Six-character seal on base. Height 4”.

350/450

707. BROWN AND WHITE JADE PENDANT In archaic double dragon form. Length 3.25”.

200/300

708. MOTTLED SOAPSTONE DOUBLE VASE/WALL POCKET Two small bowl-form vases separated by a central fruit and floral spray. Height 5”. Length 5”.

100/150

709. FLOURITE WRITER’S COUPE In the form of a folded lotus leaf with relief-carved stems and seed pod. Length 4.25”. 710. CHALCEDONY AGATE WRITER’S COUPE In folded lotus leaf form. With bird, frog, and flower carving. Length 3.75”. 711. SERPENTINE WRITER’S COUPE In folded lotus leaf form with relief-carved stems and blossoms. Length 6.6”. 712. RED CORAL FINIAL In fruit, branch, and leaf form. Length 1.1”. From the Collection of Suzanne H. Foster.

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Circa 1900 400/500

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Late 19th Century 100/200 19th Century 200/300 Late 19th Century 100/200 19th Century 100/200


713

714

713. SPINACH GREEN JADE COVERED KORO In squat ovoid form standing on three animalistic form feet. Similar animalistic-form ring handles. Body with scrolled banding. Cover with flower and vine banding and floriform finial. Height 5.5”. Diameter 4.25”. 1,000/1,200 714. TRANSLUCENT CELADON GREEN JADE DISH Mottled and in quatrefoil form. Length 6.5”.

1,000/1,200

715 pair

715. PAIR OF MOTTLED CELADON GREEN JADE HORSES Height 5”. Length 5.5”. Wood stands. Ex Collection: Wedderien Inc., Sag Harbor, New York. 716. PAIR OF GREEN HARDSTONE BEADS ON TASSELS Lengths of beads 2”.

1,000/1,200 200/300

717. TEN JADE ITEMS Pale green and lavender pendant, length 2.5”, three hairpin carvings, and six jadeite disks on a gold-filled chain. 250/350

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718

720

719

721

718. WHITE JADE BRUSH REST In the form of a boat with figures. Length 4”.

500/700

719. CARVED WHITE JADE VASE In the form of a preening phoenix. Height 3.5”.

500/700

720. CARVED WHITE JADE FINIAL In the form of two birds among lotus vines under a lotus leaf canopy. Height 1.75”.

400/600

721. WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of a Buddha’s hand fruit (citron). Length 4”.

500/700

722. CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of a monkey with its young enjoying peaches. Height 1.8”.

400/500

723. SIX SOAPSTONE SEALS Circa 1900 One with lohan finial, height 3.75”, one with sage carving, height 2.25”, two with lion carving, and two with goat carving. Two with cut bases. 100/200

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724

725

726

724. CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of two geese with lotus leaves and vines. Length 3.5”.

1,200/1,500

725. GRAY-WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of a child holding a flower blossom and a goose. Height 4”.

1,200/1,500

776. CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining qilin. Length 4.8”.

18th Century 1,500/2,000

727. SPINACH GREEN JADE BRUSH POT In cylinder form. With intricately carved figural landscape design. Height 5.25”. 2,000/3,000 728. FIVE JADE AND HARDSTONE PENDANTS Circular with urn-form carving, pear-shape with phoenix design, oval with phoenix design, rectangular with carp design, and triangular with dragon design. Together with five earrings and one oval cabochon. 200/300 729. FOUR JADE PENDANTS 1) Lion and shou carving. Length 2”. 2) Red and lavender with squirrel and fruit carving. Length 2.25”. 3) Child and carp carving. Length 2”. 4) Green, white, and red with dragon carving. Length 1.75”. 300/500 730. AGATE PENDANT In grape and leaf design. Length 2.1”.

Late 19th Century 100/150

727

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731

732

733

731. WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of lotus and bean pods on a lotus leaf and stem base. Length 3.5”.

500/700

732. CARVED GRAY-GREEN JADE WRITER’S COUPE In the form of two young boys climbing up the sides of a woven basket. Height 2.5”.

400/600

733. WHITE JADE WRITER’S COUPE In the form of a frog crawling upon an open, furled lotus leaf with attached pod and vine. Length 5”.

500/700

734. AMETHYST CARVING Depicting the goddess Guanyin riding on a lion. Height 6”.

20th Century 200/300

735. WHITE JADE BABYLOCK PENDANT 19th Century In rectangular form. With open-carved border. Interior with raised peony decoration on one face; bat and peach on the reverse. 2.5” x 3”. On a wood stand. 300/500 736. FINELY CARVED DARK SOAPSTONE VASE Early 20th Century Interior central vase surrounded by open-carved decoration of two dragons chasing a surmounted hardstone pearl. A smaller vase at the side. Height 12”. 300/500 737. PAIR OF CELADON JADE BANGLE BRACELETS With dragon carving. Interior diameters 2.2”, exterior diameters 3”.

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300/500


738. PAIR OF CHINESE GREEN JADEITE COVERED VASES In phoenix form. Heights 8.25�. Wood stands.

19th Century 10,000/12,000

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739

740

739. “CHICKEN BONE” JADE VASE In flattened ovoid form with trumpet mouth. Body carved with carp and lotus motif. Height 6”.

1,000/1,500

740. WHITE JADE COVERED VASE In pilgrim flask form with lion’s-head and loose ring handles. Body decorated with dragon rondel. Domed cover with lion and loose ring finial. Height 9.8”. 2,000/2,500 741. CELADON AND BLACK JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining qilin. Length 2.8”. 742. CELADON JADE AND CARVED WOOD RUYI SCEPTER Jade inset carved with pine tree design. Length overall 14.5”. 743. SPINACH GREEN JADE WINE POT In ovoid form. With relief bamboo carving. Length 5.5”.

19th Century 400/600 400/500 Early 20th Century 400/500

744. BROWN SOAPSTONE SEAL Late 19th Century In the form of a guardian lion with three pups atop a rectangular plinth. Base cut with calligraphy. Height 11”. 300/400

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745

745. WHITE JADE-COVERED BOX 19th Century In circular form with Eight Lohan design. Set in a 20th Century wood box. Diameter 7.5”. 2,500/3,500

746. LAVENDER AND GREEN JADEITE VASE In the form of fish and lotus pods. Height 3.6”. 700/800 747. PAIR OF BRASS-MOUNTED JADE PANELS Early 20th Century In pierced flower-basket design. Lengths overall 6.6”. 300/500 748. ROCK CRYSTAL BUDDHA’S HEAD Height 2.2”.

Circa 1900 100/200

749. FIVE ASSORTED SOAPSTONE FIGURES Late 19th Century 1) Man with a fish and a fishing pole. 2) Shoki holding a book. 3) An elder with a staff. 4) Ebisu on his fish. 5) Man holding his mustache. All with soapstone stands. Heights 4” to 7”. 300/500 750. LAPIS LAZULI CARVING Early 20th Century Depicting a woman playing a lute. Height 6.5”. 300/400 746

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751

752

751. THREE-COLOR SOAPSTONE CARVING Depicting a lohan with youthful attendants seated beside a guardian lion. Length 6”.

Circa 1900 600/800

752. SPINACH GREEN JADE ZUN With dragon and mask carving. Height 4.8”.

1,200/1,500

753. MINIATURE CELADON JADE VASE In ribbed baluster form . With four matching flower and vine loose ring handles at neck and rim. Height 5”. Wood base. 800/1,000 754. CELADON AND SPINACH GREEN JADE COVERED BOX In rectangular form. With upswept loop handles and four cylindrical legs. Cover with relief ruyi decoration and rectangular finial. Height 5”. Length 6.25”. 1,000/1,500 755. CARVED DARK CELADON GREEN JADE FIGURE OF A QILIN Height 4.5”. Length 5.5”.

800/1,200

756. HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A SAGE In standing position, holding prayer beads and a melon. Height 7.5”.

753

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20th Century 80/100

755


757 pair 758

757. PAIR OF TRANSLUCENT SPINACH GREEN JADE BOWLS In bell form on a slightly raised foot. Height 3”. Diameter 6.25”.

800/1,200

758. MOTTLED GREEN JADE FIGURE OF A QILIN Standing on a rectangular plinth. Height 6.5”. Length 6”.

759

1,200/1,500

760

759. RUSSET AND WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining dog and pup. Diameter 3.6”. 760. CELADON AND RUSSET JADE WRITER’S COUPE In double gourd form. With relief-carved bat, boy, and branch design. Length 6.5”.

500/700 19th Century 800/1,200

761. WHITE JADE PENDANT In cabbage form. Length 2.75”.

200/300

762. CELADON GREEN JADE BEAD In the form of a reclining lion. Length 2.2”.

150/250

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763

764

763. BLACK, WHITE, AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of an eagle clutching a rabbit. Length 3.6”.

300/500

764. “MUTTON-FAT” JADE THUMB RING

200/300

765. JADE PENDANT In cicada form. Length 3”. 766. MINIATURE YELLOW SOAPSTONE MOUNTAIN With relief carving of a fisherman in a river landscape. Height 1.8”. 767. WHITE JADE PENDANT In butterfly and Double Happiness shou design. Height 2.5”.

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17th/18th Century 300/400 200/300 19th Century 300/400


768

769

768. GREEN AND LAVENDER JADE CARVING In gourd, bird, and flower form. Height 7.7”.

600/800

769. DARK AND LIGHT GREEN JADE CARVING In the form of three wolves baying at the moon. Height 9”.

500/700

770. HARDWOOD AND NEPHRITE TABLE SCREEN Carved rectangular white panel with two dragons fighting for a flaming pearl. Encased in an openwork carved frame-on-stand. Height 11”. Width 11”. Depth 4”. 400/600 771. CARVED WOOD DOCUMENT CASE In cylinder form with lotus carving. Length 15”.

400/600

772. CARVED BOXWOOD AND LACQUER BOX In circular form. Cover carved with battling warriors. Lacquer on fabric sides. Diameter 3.3”. From the Collection of Suzanne H. Foster. 773. BAMBOO CARVING In the form of a sage riding on a mule. Height 6.25”.

Early 19th Century 300/400

20th Century 300/400

773A. PAIR OF CARVED WOOD ALTAR ORNAMENTS Early 20th Century In figural and temple form on a red lacquered ground. Heights 7”. Widths 3”. Depths 2.5”. 200/300

770

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774. TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In inverted pear shape. With relief five-claw dragon carving. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 6.75”. 200/250 775. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In ovoid form with everted rim. Body decorated with stylized dragon design. Diameter 5.25”. 150/200 776. BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 20th Century Standing on a lotus leaf with her lotus staff, supported by lotus flowers, pods, and vines. Height 7.5”. 200/300 777. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In ovoid form with everted rim. Decorated with stylized dragon design. Diameter 6”. 100/150 778. PAIR OF FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASES In rectangular form with trumpet mouths. Body decorated with bird and flower cartouches on a black ground. Heights 19.75”. 300/500 779. BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN BISCUIT JAR Early 20th Century In drum form with raised animalistic handles. Plum branch and boss design at rim and foot. Fu dog finial on cover. Height 5.5”. 200/300 780. BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN Early 20th Century Wearing flowing robes and holding a vase while standing on a rockery base. Height 11”. Carved wood stand. 300/500

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781

781. PINK AND BLUE ENAMEL PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century With shaped rim. Body with shou and lattice design. Sixcharacter Daoguang mark on base. Diameter 7.2”. 400/600

782. PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th Century In baluster form. With enameled decoration of ladies in a landscape. Seal marked. Heights 13”. Mounted as table lamps. 600/800 783. PAIR OF FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th Century In squared baluster form. With pink and white lotus flowers and green vines on a black ground. Applied polychrome children climbing about the sides. Heights 9”. Fitted silk-covered bases. 500/700 784. FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Exterior with peach branch and bats on a yellow ground. Floral banding at rim and foot. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 3”. Diameter 8”. 500/700 785. PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS Late 19th Century In ball form. With pink and yellow flowers on a floral-outlined green ground. Salmon-colored ball finials on conforming covers. Heights 4”. 300/500

782 pari

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786. SANCAI PORCELAIN STEM CUP Red and green dragon design. Height 3.5”. 400/500 787. EGGSHELL PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In hexagonal baluster form with flared mouth. Body decorated with a bird on a flowering tree branch. Blue lappets at neck, shoulder, and foot. Signed on back panel. Mark on base. Height 8.5”. Fitted case. 400/600

786

787

788. SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with a flared rim. Height 12.5”.

20th Century 700/900

789. EIGHT SANCAI PORCELAIN FIGURES OF THE EIGHT IMMORTALS (BA XIAN) Early 20th Century Standing on pedestal bases. Heights 5.5”. 300/400 790. TWO PORCELAIN BUCKET-FORM VASES 20th Century 1) Salmon faux bois on white. Height 13”. 2). Blue and brown decoration of figures in a pine and bamboo landscape, all on a white ground. Height 13”. 300/400 791. SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In elongated ovoid form. Cut-down rim. Height 10.75”. 300/400 788

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792. EGGSHELL PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century With fine famille rose peony design. Marked with Qianlong seal marks. Diameter 5”. 250/350

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793 three pieces

793. THREE PIECES OF BEIJING GLASS A pair of vases depicting ducks and marsh grasses. Heights 9”. Together with a bowl with crane and marsh grasses. Diameter 6.25”. All in green on a white ground. 700/900 794. FOUR GLASS VASES 1) Overlay blue-on-clambroth in dragon design. Height 8”. 2) Overlay aubergine-on-yellow in floral design. Height 8”. 3) Overlay red-on-yellow in dragon design. Height 10.25”. 4) Yellow with dragon design. Height 10.5”. 500/700 795. PAIR OF OVERLAY BEIJING GLASS VASES In ovoid form. With turquoise-cut-to-clear figural landscape decoration. Heights 4”.

Early 20th Century 300/500

796. FOUR ASSORTED BEIJING GLASS BOWLS 20th Century In bell form. In opaque apple green, clear amethyst, blue, and green. Shapes differ slightly. Heights approximately 3”. Diameters 3”. 300/400

795 pair

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797 pair

797. PAIR OF HUANGHUALI ARMCHAIRS Early 20th Century With shaped crests. Open-carved backsplats with bat and fruit basket decoration connected with outlying vines. Shaped open-carved arms and box stretcher. Heights 38”. Heights of seat 21”. Width across arms 24”. 500/1,000 798. BLACKWOOD TABLE With pierced floral design apron and claw feet. Height 21.5”. Replaced top 19” x 43.5”.

19th Century 300/500

799

799. HARDWOOD TRAVELING MAKE-UP CASE Early 20th Century Two floral-decorated carved doors open to reveal two drawers. Top with lift-top mirror stand (sans mirror) surrounded by five carved ruyi and qilin panels. Height 11”. Width 16.5”. Depth 16”. 600/800 800. CARVED WOOD TWO-DOOR CABINET Late 19th/Early 20th Century Doors with the upper half featuring giltwood open-carved figures in a landscape; painted decoration of vases and flowers on black-painted raised panels below. One-shelf interior. Height 55”. Width 25” Depth 18”. 700/900 801. PAIR OF YEW WOOD ARMCHAIRS 20th Century Curved vertical splat with central tree decoration. Heights 43”. Heights of seats 22”. Widths of seats 19.5”. 300/600 802. TEAKWOOD LOW CABINET With three drawers and two cupboard doors. Height 22”. Top 48” x 18”. 803. HONGMU LOW TABLE With cabriole legs, shaped apron, and molded top. Height 16”. Top 46” x 23”.

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300/500 20th Century 300/400


804 pair

804. PAIR OF MING-STYLE HORSESHOE ARMCHAIRS 19th Century In elmwood. Shaped arms and curved back splat with carved floral and figural panels. Heights 37.5”. Heights of seats 19.5”. 24” across arms. 600/800

805 pair

805. PAIR OF HUANGHUALI HORSESHOE ARMCHAIRS 20th Century Beautifully figured wood. Central simply carved backsplat, apron, and box stretcher. Heights to crests 35”. Widths across arms 32”. Depths 17”. Heights of seats 18”. Silk brocade cushions. 600/800 806. ORNATELY CARVED ROSEWOOD TABORET WITH ROUGE MARBLE INSERT Late 19th/Early 20th Century Bird and floral openwork apron with mask and ring-form knees on floral-carved legs ending in paw feet. Shelf at base created from X-form stretcher and four fitted floral triangles. Height 19”. Diameter of top 12.25”. 300/400 807. LEATHER-COVERED LIFT-TOP CHEST-ON-STAND Paint-decorated in flower and grape design. Brass lock. Height overall 20”. Stand width 27”, depth 18”.

200/300

808. BLACKWOOD LOW TABLE In rectangular form with scrolled legs. Height 8”. Top 24” x 12”.

20th Century 100/200

809. ROUGE MARBLE-TOP CARVED WOOD STAND In circular form with pierced apron. Height 13”. Diameter 10.75”.

19th Century 200/300

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810

810. FOUR-PANEL LACQUER AND PIETRA DURA SCREEN 20th Century With continuous decoration of beijin in a court landscape. With gilt highlights and painted details about the edges. Reverse with gilt decoration of bamboo on a black lacquer ground. Signed. Height 72”. Width overall 72”. 500/700

811

811. CARVED HUANGHUALI HIGH-BACK HALL STAND Early 20th Century Hexagonal-form base standing on four legs. Carved fruit and flower motif to the panels of the back splat ending with dragon’s-head returns at the top. Height overall 72”. Height to base 29”. Width across top 24”. 700/900 812. LOW TABLE With red, gold, and black latticework top, openwork apron, and turned legs. Height 19”. Top 49” x 25”. 300/500 813. FIVE-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN Mid-19th Century With numerous reverse-painted figural panels. Each panel 47” x 7.5”. 500/800 814. NEST OF FOUR ROSEWOOD TABLES With openwork aprons. Heights 16.5” to 27.5”.

Early 20th Century 400/600

815. HONGMU CABINET 20th Century With a two-door cupboard and two drawers below an assortment of shelves. Height 36”. Width 28”. 400/500 816. HUANGHUALI LOW TABLE Early 20th Century In square form. With inset wood panel top and box stretcher. Height 18”. Top 32” square. 500/700 136

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817

817. PAIR OF ELMWOOD TEMPLE DOORS Shanghai, 19th Century Comprised of two hinged openwork upper panels, each with iron mounts and ring handles. Height 95”. Width of each door 36”. 600/800 818. FOUR-PANEL PAINTED TABLE SCREEN Circa 1900 With mountain landscape scenes. Hongmu mounts. Marked on reverse with numerous seal marks. Paintings 11” x 4.5”. Height overall 14.5”. 200/300 819. HONGMU LOW TABLE With openwork apron. Height 13”. Top 34” square. 400/600 820. ORIENTAL RUG: CHINESE 3’3” x 1’11” With blue and white peony design on a gold ground. 100/150 821. PAIR OF HUANGHUALI GARDEN SEATS First Half of the 20th Century In openwork barrel form with rouge marble tops. (One repaired, as is). Heights 22”. Diameters 15”. 400/600

818

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822 pair

822. PAIR OF GILTWOOD FIGURES 19th Century In the form of strong men designed to hold lighting devices. Heights 15.75”. Mounted as table lamps. 400/600 822A. GILT CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF SHOULAO In seated position on a red and gilt throne. Height overall 26”. 823. BRASS AND POT METAL SEATED BUDDHA FIGURE Depicting a smiling Buddha holding a fan. Height 13”. Width 16”. Depth 14”.

Early 20th Century 400/600

824. TWO HINDU METAL FIGURAL SCULPTURES After earlier examples. Ganesha, height 6”, and seated Buddha, height 6.5”.

Early 20th Century 300/400

825. CARVED SANDSTONE BUST PORTRAIT OF GUANYIN Unsigned. Height 20”.

20th Century 500/800

826. THAI SILVER FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated in Earth-Touching posture. Height 5”.

19th Century 150/250

827. PAIR OF CARVED HORN CUPS With landscape and Ganesha cartouches. Heights 4”. 828. PAIR OF KASHMIRI LACQUER COVERED JARS In drum form with blue and gold floral design. Heights 6”. Original paper label on bases.

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19th Century 500/700

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300/500 Early 20th Century 200/300


830 pair

829

829. GRAY AND WHITE SCHOLAR’S STONE In openwork, vertical format. Height 8”. Openwork wood stand. Height overall 11.25”.

600/700

830. PAIR OF CHINESE BLACK AND RED CINNABAR VASES In baluster form. With figural landscape design. Heights 8.5”.

Circa 1900 600/800

831. TWO-DIMENSIONAL HARDSTONE AND CLOISONNÉON-LACQUER PANEL Approximately seventeen various scholar’s objects, including vases and censers, in colorful hardstones, cloisonné enamel, and mother-of-pearl mounted about a galleried yellow-lacquered facade imitating a curio cabinet. With open sections and one glass-door section, all outlined in a carved key fret design. Frame with inset cloisonné enamel floral plaques. Two key fretcarved “feet”. Gilt-metal hanger. Height 49”. Length 31”. Similar lot sold at Neal Auction, Lot 616, February 8, 2014. 5,000/10,000 832. DREAMSTONE PANEL In circular form. Stone suggesting mountains with added calligraphy. Diameter 13.25”. Framed. Ex Collection: David Rockefeller. 300/400 833. FIVE COMPASSES One in a circular wood box, diameter 4.25”, three in rectangular form, lengths 6”, and one in octagonal form, diameter 6.5”. 300/400 834. NINE ASSORTED ASIAN ITEMS Carved giltwood panel, riverboat compass, soapstone seal, two Buddha heads, two Buddha sculptures, Song jar cover, and cloisonné enamel box. 100/200 835. THREE FIGURES 1) Blanc de chine figure of Guanyin. Height 9.5”. 2) Giltwood figure of a warrior. Height 7.5”. 3) Horn figure of a lohan. Height 8.5”. 250/350

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836

837

836. WANG HING SILVER BOX With dragon design. Diameter 2.75”. Approx. 4.6 troy ounces.

838

Late 19th Century 200/300

837. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE 19th Century Squat ovoid base and tapered cylindrical neck. With delicate vine and flowers on a powder blue ground. Accentuated with lappets and acanthus leaves. Height 5.5”. Wood base. 700/900 838. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL WINE CUP In bell form With fruit-tree design on a white ground. Diameter 2.25”. With collector’s box.

18th Century 300/500

839. CARVED IVORY NEEDLE CASE Mid-19th Century In cylinder form. With phoenix and dragon design. Length 6.1”. Not available for international delivery. 600/800 840. CARVED IVORY CARD CASE Mid-19th Century In rectangular form. With intricate figural landscape carving. 3.25” x 2”. Fitted silk case. 350/450 841. ZITAN BRUSH POT In irregular tree stump form. Height 4.6”.

19th Century 600/800

842. FIVE WOOD STANDS AND A SOAPSTONE SEAL Three stands in circular form, one in rectangular form, and one in irregular tree-section form. One seal, height 3”. 100/150

839

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844

843

843. YIXING POTTERY FIGURE 20th Century Depicting Guanyin seated while holding a loose string of prayer beads. Seal mark at foot. Height 9.75”. 400/600

845

844. ZITAN INKSTONE Early 20th Century In peach and peach branch form. Length 6.6”. 500/700 845. NATURAL ROOTWOOD RUYI SCEPTER In natural burl-like form with silk tassel. Length of scepter 19”. 500/700 846. ELMWOOD BRUSH POT In tree stump form. Height 6.3”.

Circa 1900 300/500

847. CARVED INKSTONE Early 20th Century In modified rectangular form. With dragon, gourd, and pearl design. Marked with cursive calligraphy on underside. Length 5.3”. 250/350 848. TWO HONGMU TRAYS In rectangular form. Lengths 12.75” and 13.75”. Together with a hongmu stand with scrolled ends, length 15.75”. 250/350 849. HONGMU RULER 18th/19th Century In ten divisions with various subdivisions. Length overall 13.5”. From the Collection of Suzanne H. Foster. 200/300 850. FOUR WOOD STANDS Circular hongmu stand, height 8.5”, 8.5” square stand, ebonized stand, height 8.5”, and an ebonized stand, diameter 8”. 150/250

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851

852

851. WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF GUANYIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Seated in lotus position with palms up on a conforming lotus base. Height 12”. Fitted wood stand. 400/600 852. PAIR OF PAINTED ALABASTER AND WOOD DOOR PANELS Early 19th Century In rectangular form with calligraphic and figural panels. 19.5” x 4” each. In shadowbox frames. 350/450 853. TWO BURL WOOD STANDS In flat natural form. Lengths 13”.

200/300

854. TIBETAN WOOD CARVING OF A SEATED BUDDHA 18th/19th Century With ushnisha and elongated ears. Seated in earth touching position on a tiered throne. Traces of polychroming. May have once had a flame mandala attached to the back of the base (not present). Height 20”. 300/500 855. NEPALESE CARVED WOOD PHURBU Carved with skulls and a four-footed animal with a human head. Length 10.5”.

19th Century 200/300

856. PAIR OF GILT AND POLYCHROME WOOD LION CARVINGS Circa 1900 Seated on rectangular bases while holding brocade balls. Loose balls carved in mouths. Heights 9.25”. 150/250 857. CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF JOSS In a standing position holding two pearls. Height 15”.

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80/120


858

858. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Attributed to Wu Zuoren. Depicting five camels with a yurt in the distance. Signed. 12.5” x 17.5”. 400/500 859. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Attributed to Zhu Da (aka Bada Shanren, 1626-1705). Depicting birds and lotus. 37” x 17”. 1,000/1,500 860. PAINTING ON PAPER 19th Century Depicting an imperial procession with banners and horsemen observed by two figures standing on a balcony. 68” x 17.75”. Framed. 300/500

859

861. PAINTING ON SILK Traditional court performers dancing under a tent. 20” x 16” sight. Framed 30” x 22”.

19th Century 500/700

862. PERSIAN PAINTING Krishna playing the flute while seated on a lotus-flower throne. 5” x 2”. Framed 15” x 9”.

19th Century 300/500

863. PAINTING ON PAPER Depicting a scholar and an attendant. 11.5” x 8.25” sight. Framed.

18th Century 200/300

864. HAND SCROLL ON SILK Depicting numerous figures on a bridge in a fortress landscape. 11.6” x 79.75”. Provenance: Collection of Ambassador Charles R. Crane (1858-1939).

Early 19th Century 1,000/1,500

864

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865

866

867

865. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Attributed to Zheng Wu-chong. Depicting a pine tree, river, and mountain landscape. Marked with calligraphy and three seal marks. 44” x 17”. 700/900 866. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Attributed to Huan Bin Hung. Depicting a mountainous landscape with pavilions, rivers, and figures. Marked with calligraphy and two seal marks. Extensive colophon on mounting. 48” x 15.25”. 2,000/3,000 867. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Attributed to Chen Shou-mei. Depicting a scholar above a waterfall. Marked with calligraphy and three seal marks. 50.5” x 16.5”. 1,000/1,500 868. PAINTING ON PAPER Depicting a boatman and a bridge beneath a calligraphic panel. 33” x 11.5”.

20th Century 200/300

869. FAN PAINTING ON SILK Songbird on wisteria. Length 17”. Framed 15” x 20”. Some damage upper right.

19th Century 200/300

870. TWO FAN PAINTINGS ON PAPER Circa 1900 One with a flowering plum tree and the other with hydrangeas and plum blossoms. Both with calligraphy and seal marks. Lengths 22”. Framed together. 400/600 871. PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century In the manner of Qi Baishi. Depicting pink peonies. Signed and seal marked upper right. 26.5” 17.5” sight. Framed 35.5” x 22.25”. 400/600

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872

873 pair

874

872. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 18th/19th Century After Zhiding Yu. Depicting a woman holding a Go board. Marked with calligraphy and two seal marks. 34.25” x 12.75”. 600/800 873. PAIR OF SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK Colorful songbirds on flowering tree branches. 38.6” x 19”. 874. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Depicting court ladies about a pavilion. 53” x 23.5”. Framed.

20th Century 500/700 Circa 1900 500/700

875. HAND SCROLL ON PAPER 18th/19th Century With grisaille depiction of boatmen and a teahouse with a river and pine trees. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 15.25” x 71.5”. 600/800 876. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Depicting pavilions in a mountain landscape. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 40” x 14”. Framed. 300/500

875

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877. PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Chia-Ti Kuo. Depicting a grasshopper and a radish. Signed and seal marked. 14.5” x 14.5” sight. Framed. 300/500

877

878 879

878. CALLIGRAPHIC SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Shanghai, 20th Century By Fang Jian-Shen. Signed and seal marked lower left. Roughly translated “to judge the current and size up the situation”, as stated verso. 13” x 31” sight. Framed 22” x 41.5”. 600/800 879. FRAMED FAN PAINTING 19th Century Figural landscape on a gold paper ground. Length 21”. Framed 16” x 26”. 200/300 880. PAINTING ON SILK In the manner of Han Gan. Two horsemen with a third white horse. 13.5” x 15.5”. Framed. 400/600 881. MINIATURE PAINTING OF THE TAJ MAHAL IN ORIGINAL CARVED EBONY FRAME 19th Century The painting is unsigned. Oval, length 5”. The frame decorated with flowers and with an easel base. Height 9”. Length 9”. 400/600

880

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882

882. PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Three ladies of the court in colorful robes. All within a gated landscape. 19” x 25” sight. Framed 26” x 31”. 700/900 883. SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Attributed to He Tian-jian. Depicting a sage observing river traffic. Marked with calligraphy and two seal marks. 29.5” x 13”. 1,200/1,500 884. SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Circa 1900 Depicting cranes and pavilions in a mountainous landscape. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 50” x 16”. Framed. 500/700 885. WATERCOLOR 20th Century Two seated figures in white robes; the male playing the koto, the woman preparing wine. Signed and seal marked along upper margin. 25.5” x 25.5” sight. Framed 33.5” square. 200/400 885A. WATERCOLOR ON PAPER Late 19th Century Pomegranates. Signed and seal marked. 11.5” x 8.5”. Framed 21” x 15.5”. 200/300 883

886. FOUR PORTFOLIOS OF PRINTS AFTER CHINESE PAINTINGS Early 20th Century Also known as tekagami (book of models and examples). From the personal collection of Arthur Davison Ficke, author of Chats on Japanese Prints, London, 1915. The four cloth portfolios contain approximately 130 prints titled “A Collection of Famous Paintings from Tang and Son Dynasties”, and “Hikko-En” (A Garden of Brush Painting/Writing). Each print is identified in detail on reverse by Ficke. 19.5” x 12”. 800/1,200

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887 pair

887. PAIR OF ANCESTRAL PORTRAITS 19th Century A mandarin and his wife seated in blue robes with an elaborate carpet at their feet. On paper, 40” x 21.5” sight. Framed 42” x 23”. 700/900 888. TWO CINNABAR BOXES Red rectangular form box, length 4.25”. Red and black four-lobed box, length 6”.

150/250

889. EIGHT-PANEL POLYCHROME LACQUER-ON-WOOD TABLE SCREEN Early 19th Century Depicting relief figures in a court landscape on a brown ground. Reverse with birds in a landscape (heavily worn). Height 18”. Length 36”. 400/600 890. PAIR OF CINNABAR COVERED JARS In ovoid form with figural landscape design. Height 6”.

20th Century 300/500

891. TEN PIECES OF ASIAN LACQUER 1) Red and black lacquer box. Length 4”. 2) Gold lacquer box with crane design. 3) Cinnabar snuff bottle. 4) Cinnabar rectangular box. Length 6”. 5) Circular cinnabar box. Diameter 2.5”. 6) Two cinnabar seal paste boxes. Diameters 2” and 3”. 7) Circular cinnabar box. Diameter 6”. 8) Cylindrical cinnabar box. Height 4”. 9) Circular guri. Diameter 5”. 300/400 892. CINNABAR DISH In flower form with figural landscape design. Diameter 9.5”.

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Circa 1900 100/200


893

893. PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century By Diana Kan (Hong Kong/New York, 1926-2010). Depicting seven sages in a bamboo grove. Signed and seal marked. 14.25” x 28.5” sight. Framed. 400/600

894

895

894. TIBETAN THANKA Depicting Mahakala in yab yum with his consort. Surrounded by various deities. 31.5” x 24.5”. Framed. 895. TIBETAN THANKA In mandala design. With central figure of Mahakala surrounded by various deities. 30” x 22”.

Circa 1900 1,000/1,500 20th Century 500/700

896. TIBETAN INLAID BRASS BROOCH TOGETHER WITH A TIBETAN SEAL 19th Century Brooch with two deities inlaid with turquoise and coral, length 2”, and seal in cylinder form with floriform finial, height 2.5”. 300/500 897. PITH PAPER PAINTING Early 20th Century Depicting two birds on a flowering tree branch. Titled “White-Eyed Thrushes” on label verso. 3” x 5” sight. Framed 6” x 7.25”. 200/300 898. ANCESTRAL SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century After an earlier example. Depicting a robed, seated mandarin. Numerous seal marks. 22” x 13”. Calligraphic inscription on label verso at top mount. 300/500 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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899 pair

899. PAIR OF BRONZE INCENSE BURNERS 19th Century In the form of ducks. Adorned with lotus stems, flowers, and pods. Incised decoration about the body. Pierced covers with lotus decoration. Heights 7”. Lengths 12”. Wood lotus leaf stands. Provenance: Estate of M.E Appleton, purchased at Yamanaka, Boylston Street, Boston in the first half of the 20th Century. 800/1,000

900. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated on a double lotus throne. Height 7.75”. 800/1,200 901. BRONZE CENSER Qing Dynasty In squat ovoid form with animalistic handles. Six-character mark on base. Height 3”. Diameter 4.4”. 600/800 902. TWO SOUTHEAST ASIAN METAL DEITY FIGURES 18th-19th Century A Buddha with an attached flame mandala, height 5”, and a four-armed deity seated upon the back of an animal, height 6.6”. 400/600

900

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903. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF WEN SHU Seated on a qilin. All on a double lotus base. Height 20�.

4,000/5,000

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904. BRONZE VASE Qing Dynasty In baluster form. With elephant’s-head-form handles and bands of ruyi design about the body. Similar motifs at the base and the rim alternating with a lappet design at foot and neck. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 12”. 800/1,000 905. BRONZE MIRROR Song Style In flower form with phoenix and flower design. Diameter 6.5”. 300/400 906. GILT-BRONZE MIRROR With gilt zodiac animal design. Diameter 4.8”.

Tang style 300/400

907. CAST METAL FIGURE OF SEATED BUDDHA 20th Century In lotus position with fingers touching. Green patina. Height 9”. On a square rosewood stand, height 5.5”. 300/400 908. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA Thailand, 19th Century In standing position with elaborate headdress. Height 15.5”. 300/400 909. BRONZE HEAD OF BUDDHA Cambodia, Possibly 14th Century Wearing a leaf-pattern crown. Height 5.5”. Green marble stand. Height overall 13.5”. 300/500

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906

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910. BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated on a lotus throne with hands in Wheel-of-Law position. Height 11.5”. 800/1,200

911

911. ISLAMIC CAST IRON VESSEL 18th Century In squat, domed form with short, cylindrical neck and molded lip. Gilt Sanscrit about the body. Dated “1203”. Height 9”. Diameter of base 10”. 300/400

910

912. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF GUANYIN Seated on a double lotus throne while holding a vase in her left hand. Height 9”. 800/1,200 913. ARCHAIC-STYLE BRONZE BELL Decorated with raised banding, bosses, and floral rosettes. Animalistic handle. Height 17”. Diameter of base 10”. 400/600 914. THREE CHINESE/INDIAN BRASS LOCKS 20th Century Each in figural form. Lengths 3”. Together with a large brass lock, length 4.5”, no key. 200/400

912

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915

915. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF GUANYIN In seated position. With engraved vine-design robes. Height 10.5”. 1,000/1,200 916. SOUTHEAST ASIAN BRONZE BUST OF A YOUNG TRIBAL WOMAN Early 20th Century An elaborate mihrab-form mandala headdress emanating from her flower-adorned hair. Post-style earrings. Reverse with horseshoe adornment and floral embellishment in her hair. Height 20”. Width 12”. 800/1,000

916

917. SIX SOUTHEAST ASIAN OPIUM WEIGHTS Three in bird form, heights 1.5” to 2.75”, one in lion form, height 2.75”, one in guardian lion form, height 1.5”, and one in horse form, height 1.4”. 150/250 918. BRONZE VASE 19th Century In baluster form. With scroll and champlevé-style floral banding about the body, foot, and neck. Two mask and ring handles. Seal mark on base. Height 14.5”. 500/700 919. BRONZE CENSER 18th Century Bowl form on a tripod base with applied animalistic handles. Body with two cartouches depicting two dragons chasing a pearl. Height 3.5”. Length across handles 5”. 600/800 920. BRONZE CENSER In hemisphere form with loop handles and three animalistic feet. Calligraphic decoration. Diameter 4.5”.

100/150

921. SILVERED-BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA In seated position on a lotus base. Height 8.5”.

200/300

922. BRONZE CENSER ON TRIPOD BASE Late 19th Century In squat ovoid form. With banded decoration and two upswept loop handles. Height 4”. Wood cover, damaged. 200/300

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923. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Early 20th Century In rectangular baluster form. With pahua decoration on a blue ground. Interior of rim with matching design. Heights 20�. 5,000/7,000

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924. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SHALLOW BOWL 19th Century In squat circular form. With molded edge and metal rim. Interior and exterior with colorful lotus flowers on a blue ground. Yellow ruyi-form lappet rim. Height 3”. Diameter 12”. Wood stand. 400/600 925. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL QILIN-FORM COVERED VESSEL Cover in the form of the qilin’s head. Ornately decorated overall with applied gilt-metal embellishments. Height 10.5”. Width 9”. 250/350 926. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES In inverted pear shape with dark Thousand Flowers design. Heights 9.5”. 927. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES In baluster form. With floral design on a blue ground. Heights 6.75”.

20th Century 200/300 100/200

928. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BOWL Early 19th Century In bell form. With running horse design on interior; passionflower design on exterior. Diameter 6.5”. 150/250 929. TWO PIECES OF ENAMEL WARE 20th Century A black and yellow vase with floral design, height 9”, and a painted enamel charger with phoenix and dragon design, diameter 12”. 150/200

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930. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE 18th/19th Century In rouleau form. With floral design on a brick red ground. Height 17”. 1,500/2,000 931. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED BOX Late 19th Century In circular form. With passionflower design on a pale blue ground. Diameter 5”. 350/450 932. THREE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL A bowl with floral design on a black ground, diameter 6.5”, a cigarette case with dragon design, length 3.5”, and a tripod censer with dragon design on white, diameter 4”. 200/300 933. PAINTED ENAMEL DEEP DISH 18th Century In a floral pattern on a yellow ground. Underside with blue dragons on a yellow ground. Diameter 10.25”. 100/200 934. SIX PIECES OF ASIAN ENAMEL WARE A circular cloisonné enamel box, diameter 3.2”, a cloisonné enamel purse, length 4.4”, and four painted enamel dishes, 3.5” square. 100/200 935. PAINTED ENAMEL PLATE 19th Century With figural landscape design surrounded by a yellow floral border. Diameter 8.8”. 250/350 936. PAINTED ENAMEL CHARGER With figural landscape design. Diameter 14”.

20th Century 150/250

937. FIVE SMALL CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL AND PORCELAIN OBJECTS 20th Century Cloisonné enamel: bowl, diameter 4,5”, toothpick, height 2”, ovoid snuff bottle, height 2”, pillbox, height 0.5”, miniature koroform box on three feet, height 2”, and a miniature square-form porcelain box on an orange ground. Height 1”. 200/250

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938. TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BELT BUCKLES 19th Century 1) In the form of three conjoined rings with floral design on a blue ground. Length 2.8”. 2) In the form of two bats together with an ancient coin. Length 2.6”. 150/200 939. THREE POLYCHROME BEIJING ENAMELWARE ITEMS Late 19th/20th Century A pair of square covered boxes with bird and chrysanthemum decoration, heights 2”, and a famille rose-on-yellow tray with pomegranates and floral design, 4.5” square. 300/400

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940. RED CORAL BEAD NECKLACE Seed-form beads double strung and connected with three silver ball-form spacers. Central coral tasselform drop pendant. Length 21”. 300/500

943. DOUBLE-STRUNG RED CORAL BEAD MALA Late 19th Century Length 10”. 400/600

944. TWO CORAL BEAD NECKLACES 941. SILVER AND JADE MALA-FORM NECKLACE 1) Angelskin beads. Clasp marked “silver”. Length Jade beads strung with silver, ivory, and amber 10”. 2) Interlocking branch coral beads. Clasp marked spacers on a silver chain with two cone-form drops, “14k”. Length 10.5”. 400/600 connected with a central silver metal pendant 945. THREE JADE BEAD NECKLACES depicting a figure riding a qilin. Turquoise and amber Light green jade, length 19”, spinach green jade, beaded drops suspended from its base. Length 21”. length 16”, and pale green jade, length 20”. 300/500 400/600 946. FIVE PIECES OF JEWELRY 942. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL & RED CORAL BEAD NECKLACE A pierced brown and white jade pendant in flower Two blue cloisonné enamel flower-form beads and design, a green jade bat pendant, a cloisonné enamel two smaller gold filigree and cloisonné enamel balls bracelet, and two jade animal pendants. 200/300 spaced between small coral beads. All strung with blue lapis lazuli and gold spacers. Length 16”. 947. THREE JADE PENDANTS Lavender with lion and bi design, length 2.5”, red and 400/600 celadon in grapevine design, length 2.75”, and green and white in ruyi design, diameter 1.75”. 300/500

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948. MING’S 14KT GOLD-MOUNTED WHITE JADE PENDANT/BROOCH The jade carved with floral motifs. Length 2.25”.

949 necklace & earrings

Honolulu, Hawaii, Mid-20th Century 300/500

949. MING’S 14KT GOLD, BAROQUE GRAY CULTURED PEARL, AND WHITE JADE NECKLACE Honolulu, Hawaii, Mid-20th Century Together with 14kt gold and cultured gray pearl earrings for pierced ears. The necklace with fifty-three approx. 8 mm beads and a carved jade clasp. Length 22.5”. 800/1,000 950. THREE BRACELETS 19th Century Two cloisonné enamel cuffs with gilt-metal mask-head ends and a coral beaded rope-form cuff with similar sterling silver and enamel animal’s-head ends. Lengths 3” to 3.5”. 600/800 951. FIVE PIECES OF JEWELRY 19th Century 1) Mandarin necklace with jade, turquoise, and coral embellishment. Accented with gilt and kingfisher bats. On on a silver linked chain, length 18”. 2) Mandarin necklace with turquoise, lapis lazuli, and coral beads on a silver beaded chain. With a cloisonné enamel babylock pendant. Length of necklace 16”. 3) Carved peach pit beaded necklace with coral spacers. Length 11”, 4) Silk brocade tassel with two carved coral spacers. 5) Hairpin with kingfisher-decorated floral accent. Length 2.5”. Worn. 700/900 952. TWO MALAS One in angelskin coral, length 21”, and one in blue glass, length 26”.

250/350

953. THIRTY-FIVE ASSORTED PIECES OF GREEN JADE JEWELRY Including seventeen pendants, four brooches, six rings, two bracelets, a necklace, a pair of earrings, and three miscellaneous pieces. 400/600 954. COLLECTION OF AMBER JEWELRY Including seven necklaces and five bracelets, all with baroque beads. 955. INDONESIAN CARVED COCONUT SHELL NECKLACE Central 2.5” animalistic medallion surrounded by linked floral rosettes. Length 12.5”.

350/400 Early 20th Century 300/500

956. TWO SIMILAR GEM-SET SILVER-GILT FILIGREE BRACELETS One with amethyst cabochons; the other with jade cabochons and enameled butterflies. With safety chains. Marked “Silver”. Lengths 7”. 400/600 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

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957. BLACK AND GRAY JADE BANGLE BRACELET With dragon and calligraphic carving. Exterior diameter 3”, interior diameter 2.5”.

350/450

958. LAPIS LAZULI BEAD NECKLACE With gold spacer beads. Length 35”.

150/200

959. COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN ASIAN ODDMENTS Includes seven necklaces, seven pendants, a seal, a writer’s coupe, and a bi.

200/300

960. PAIR OF 10KT GOLD, CARVED JADE, PINK SPINEL, CORAL, AND CULTURED PEARL STATEMENT EARRINGS The jade carved as flower-filled urns. Unsigned. Lengths 3”. 300/500 961. CARVED GREEN JADE BEAD NECKLACE With a floriform pendant. Length 30”.

300/500

962. PAIR OF GOLD AND JADE EARRINGS Jade carved with male figures, possibly Buddha. Unmarked. Lengths 1.25”.

300/500

963. JADEITE BEAD NECKLACE Ninety-eight vibrant green, approx. 8 mm beads. White metal clasp. Length 36”.

400/600

964. FOUR SILVER BRACELETS Three Indian and one Greek. In hinged, bangle form.

300/400

965. TWO LAPIS LAZULI NECKLACES One triple-strand with gold-plated bead and one with 3 mm beads.

300/400

966. THREE PIECES OF EASTERN SILVER JEWELRY Damascene bracelet, length 7”, enamel bracelet, length 7.25”, and silver and mother-of-pearl pendant, length 1.75”. 200/300 967. PAIR OF 14KT GOLD AND GREEN JADE CUFF LINKS Jade in bi form with gold shou centers. Posts marked “TL 14K”. Diameters 0.50”. 968. CARVED GREEN JADE PLAQUE Oval with pierced floriform design. Sterling silver mounts. Length 1.5”.

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BIDDER INFORMATION Advice to Bidders 1. Carefully read the Conditions of Sale. 2. Pre-sale estimates are provided by the auctioneers for the convenience of our customers. They are not meant to be taken as a guide to the value of an item, but as a guide to its expected selling price. Estimates are prepared well in advance of a sale and are subject to revision. 3. Carefully examine any item that you might consider bidding on for any variation from the catalog description. If you are unfamiliar with auction procedure or terminology, or if you would like clarification of a catalog description, please ask for assistance from our staff. 4. If you wish to leave an Absentee Bid or request a Telephone Bid, please review the Absentee/Telephone Bid Procedure and complete the Bid Form. 5. A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of all property sold, to be paid as part of the purchase price. The buyer’s premium is 20% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000. 6. Online bidding is available through Eldred’s Live! at www.eldreds.com, powered by Invaluable.com, with a 25% buyer’s premium. Prospective bidders must register and be approved prior to placing bids or bidding live online. 7. Eldred’s reserves the right to refuse to issue, or to revoke, bidding credentials, or to reject any bid, if deemed necessary and proper in its sole discretion, for the conduct of the auction process, and to insure fairness to consignors and other bidders.

The property listed in this catalog will be offered and sold subject to the terms and conditions listed in this catalog.

Shipping Information We require prompt payment and removal of your purchases as stated in Paragraph 12 of the Conditions of Sale. If you plan to pick up your purchases, please call ahead and we’ll make every effort to have your items ready. We provide shipping services directly from our gallery for select merchandise including small items, small paintings and rugs. Our staff can assist with determining if your items qualify for in-house shipping. Shipments from our gallery may take four to six weeks from receipt of payment. You will be charged for the shipping or carrier fees, packing and handling fees, and required insurance. There is a minimum handling charge of $15.00 for all shipments. Depending on the carrier, insurance limits may exist (i.e., Federal Express will only insure up to $500). If we are unable to ship your items we will provide you a list of alternative shipping agents. Upon your approval we will transfer your items to your chosen shipping agent. We require seven to ten business days for your payment to clear our banking system before releasing purchases to your chosen shipping agent.

Shipping estimates can be provided only AFTER we receive payment for your invoice.

Bidding Increments $0-$49: $5 $50-$199: $10 $200-$499: $25 $500-$999: $50 $1,000-$2,999: $100 $3,000-$4,999: $250 $5,000-$9,999: $500 $10,000-$29,999: $1,000 $30,000-$49,999: $2,000 $50,000-$99,999: $5,000 $100,000 and above: $10,000 Above $300,000 at the auctioneer’s discretion

Please adhere to the above bidding increments. Eldred’s reserves the right to adjust absentee bids to the nearest increment below the bid.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION: Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Eldred’s) has exercised reasonable care to catalog and describe correctly the property to be sold, but neither Eldred’s nor its consignors warrant the correctness of description, attribution, authenticity, or condition of said property. No statements shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an assumption of liability with respect thereto, but are to be construed as opinions only. Bidders are encouraged to personally examine all property to be sold prior to the beginning of the auction.

While the sale is in progress, bidding by telephone may be allowed by the auctioneer at his discretion. A deposit of 10% of the anticipated top bid is required. Eldred’s shall not be held responsible for any failure to properly execute such a bid whether it be due to equipment failure, loss of connection, or failure to hear or understand the bidder’s directions. Any advice or opinions provided by Eldred’s or its employees are given strictly as a courtesy and are not a warrant of condition, attribution, authenticity, or description of said property. All bidding by telephone is solely at the risk of the bidder.

2. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered.

9. CONDITION: If for any cause whatsoever any article sold cannot be delivered, or cannot be delivered in as good condition as the same may have been at the time of sale, due to a failure or damage on the company’s part, the sale will be cancelled, and any amount that may have been paid on account of the sale will be returned to the purchaser. EXCEPTION: Eldred’s will not be held responsible for damage to picture frames or lampshades.

3. Eldred’s reserves the right to withdraw any property before the sale. 4. DETERMINATION OF HIGHEST BIDDER: The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer may determine who is the successful bidder or the auctioneer may re-offer the article in dispute and his decision shall be final. 5. REJECTION OF BIDS: The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any nominal raise or any bid or raise which, in his opinion, is not commensurate with the value of the article being offered. At his discretion, he may also reject any nominal raise or any bid that he may determine as having a detrimental effect on the item in question or the sale as a whole. Eldred’s may refuse to issue bidding privileges to any person not in good credit standing with Eldred’s, or to any person who is deemed by Eldred’s in its sole discretion, to be disruptive of or harmful to established auction practices, either before or after the acceptance of bids or the fall of the hammer. 6. TITLE: Except as herein otherwise provided, title will pass to the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer, and the property is thereafter at the purchaser’s sole risk and responsibility. 7. PAYMENT: On title passing to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, and subject to all the conditions set forth herein, such bidder will thereupon pay the full purchase price. Payment in full is due at the time of sale. Any bills not paid in full within 25 days of the date of the sale will accrue interest at a rate of 1.5% per month. In addition, the purchaser may be subject to one or more of the following actions: a) Any and all legal remedies available to Eldred’s and its consignors by law including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price; b) Immediate cancellation of the sale, with Eldred’s retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser; c) Resale of the property at public auction, wherein the original purchaser shall be liable for any deficiency, costs, and Eldred’s commission on both sales. At Eldred’s option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until Eldred’s has collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, their authenticity has been confirmed. A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price.

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8. ORDER BIDS: Subject to these Conditions of Sale and to such terms and conditions as it may prescribe, but at no charge to the customer, Eldred’s will undertake to execute all order bids submitted to it by a customer who has established credit with said company. Requests for such bidding must be given in writing with such clearness as to leave no room for misunderstanding as to the amount to be bid and must state the catalog number and the name or title of the article to be bid on. Telephone bids must be confirmed in writing or by cable. All bids are kept in strict confidence. In the event of identical bids, the earliest received by Eldred’s will take precedence. Eldred’s shall not be held responsible for errors or failure to execute bids. A deposit of 10% of the total amount bid is required. TELEPHONE BIDS:

10. SALES TAX: All purchases are subject to the Massachusetts sales tax (currently 6.25%) unless the purchaser: a) possesses a Massachusetts sales tax exemption or resale number and registers it with Eldred’s; b) is an out‑of‑state vendor who meets requirements of Massachusetts Department of Revenue GLC 64H 1(5) and Directive 89‑10 and registers with Eldred’s prior to each purchase; or c) has purchases shipped out of state directly from Eldred’s by a bona fide shipping agent. Applications for a Massachusetts number are available through the Massachusetts Department of Corporations and Taxation. Purchases picked up at our Mystic, Connecticut location or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut state sales tax unless a resale certificate is provided. 11. RESERVES: Unless advertised as an “Unreserved Auction”, all sales may have items subject to reserve (an agreed upon price between the auctioneer and the consignor, below which the article will not be sold). 12. COLLECTION OF PURCHASES: Delivery or shipping arrangements must be made within seven (7) days from the close of the auction for all purchases. All items must be removed from Eldred’s facilities within fourteen (14) days of the end of the auction. All items remaining after fourteen days may be subject to a $5/per item/ perday storage fee. No items will be released unless storage fees are paid in full. Items remaining over thirty (30) days from the close of the auction may be sold for the buyer’s account minus auction and storage fees. 13. PACKING: Purchasers are advised that packing and/or handling by Eldred’s employees is undertaken solely as a courtesy for the convenience of customers. In the case of fragile articles, it will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the company. Handling and packing by Eldred’s is at the risk of the purchaser. SHIPPING: When requested, Eldred’s may arrange shipment of paid purchases. Eldred’s will not be responsible for damage or loss once the item has been received by the shipper. In the case of fragile articles, shipping will be undertaken at the sole discretion of the shipper. Please refer to our Advice to Bidders for details. 14. These Conditions of Sale cannot be altered except in writing by Eldred’s or by public announcement by the auctioneer at the time of the sale. 15. Bidding on any article(s) indicates acceptance of the terms set forth above. 16. These Conditions of Sale and any suits arising thereunder shall be construed and governed by the laws of Massachusetts. Revised 10/12/16

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BIDDER PRE-REGISTRATION Thank you for your interest in bidding in our auction. If you have not been a successful bidder with Eldred’s in the past, please help us establish your bidding credentials by completing this form and selecting one of the options that follow. CLIENT INFORMATION Name:

Phone:

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All bidders holding a valid Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide their certificate or a copy thereof when registering. Failure to do so will subject the bidder to paying 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases.

FINANCIAL REFERENCES Please select one of the following options: 1. DEPOSIT Submit a deposit representing 10% of the total order, either by mailing a check to the address below or providing a credit card number. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover with US billing addresses in amounts up to $5,000.00 2. LETTER OF CREDIT FROM YOUR BANK Please have your bank fax us at 508-385-7201. Letter must be on bank letterhead. 3. AUCTION HOUSE REFERENCE Complete the information requested below. Advance notice is required for this option as it is often difficult to reach the appropriate contact. You may have to authorize release of information. Please be aware Christie’s and Sotheby’s will not divulge any credit information. Auction House Phone: Auction House: Contact:

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Bids will not be accepted without your signature on this form. By signing you agree to place the above bids in the auction listed, subject to the Terms and Conditions of Sale put forth by The Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc.

Please send form and deposit to The Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. P.O. Box 796, East Dennis MA 02641 www.eldreds.com

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ILLUSTRATIONS Front Cover: Lot 259 partial Back Cover: left to right 704, 948, 68, 477, 117,572, 250 pg 1-3 Lot 47 partial pg 4-5 Lot 48 partial pg 6 Lot 16 partial pg 48 Lot 258 partial pg 85 Lot 818 partial

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pg 94 Lot 745 partial pg 114 Lot 697 partial pg 117 Lot 232 partial pg 130 Lot 873b partial pg 161 Lot 810 detail pg 162 Lot 903 partial pg 166 Lot 362b partial pg 168 Lot 880 partial


ABSENTEE BID FORM 1.

Please clearly print the lot number, the item description and the highest amount you are willing to pay. Please follow the bidding increments outlined in this catalog. Carefully check your bid form. Although we attempt to confirm the description against the lot number, bids are posted by lot number.

2.

All bids should be received prior to the day of the sale. Submitting your bids in a timely manner avoids the chance of a posting error. In the event of identical bids, the earliest received by Eldred’s will take precedence. All bids are kept in strict confidence.

3.

On the day of the auction, a member of our staff will act as your agent and bid for you, attempting to obtain the lot(s) for you for the lowest possible amount. If you have indicated the highest amount you are willing to pay, you should not be disappointed if you lose an item. Many times you will actually buy it for less than your bid.

Are you a new bidder with Eldred’s?

Yes:

No:

If so, please also complete our Buyer Pre-Registration form.

4.

A 10% deposit is required. If you are successful, the amount of your deposit will be applied toward your invoice. If you are not successful, the full amount of your deposit will be returned promptly to you.

5.

A buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price of each lot, to be paid as part of the purchase price. The buyer’s premium is 20% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000. All invoices must be paid in full within seven (7) business days of the close of the auction. All sales subject to sales tax unless the item is shipped outside of Massachusetts or Connecticut by a licensed carrier, or if we have a copy of your valid re-sale certificate on file. All sales are subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in this catalog.

6.

The Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. offers this service as a convenience to its clients and will not be held responsible for errors or failure to execute bids.

SALE TITLE: SALE DATE:

NAME: Lot #

Item Description

Maximum Bid

or “phone” for Telephone Bid

ADDRESS: check if change in address

PHONE: ALTERNATE PHONE: EMAIL: Signature (required): By signing you agree to place the above bids in the auction listed, subject to the Terms and Conditions of Sale put forth by The Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc.

Date: SHIPPING

Do you have a tax resale #? Yes: Will pick up:

No:

Ship to address above:

or Ship to:

All property must be removed from our facility within 28 days of the close of the auction or be subject to a $5 per item/per day storage fee.

20% buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price. See Item 5 above.

Total 10% Deposit

Have you examined the items listed above? Yes

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Includes Japanese, Chinese, Tibetan and Korean art, as well as prints of Paul Jacoulet.

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Includes Japanese, Chinese, Tibetan and Korean art, as well as prints of Paul Jacoulet.