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ASIAN ART at AUCTION To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

May 2-3, 2019

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ASIAN ART

Terms

A buyer’s premium will be added to all purchases. 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.

At Auction in East Dennis, Massachusetts Thursday, May 2, 2019 Lots 1-621

Payment must be in the form of a check, money order or wire transfer. We accept all major credit cards for auction purchases provided the total bill is $5,000 or less and the credit card has a U.S. billing address. PayPal is not an accepted form of payment. Bidders holding a valid Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide the certificate or a copy thereof when registering or otherwise will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases. Items picked up in our Mystic office or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut sales tax.

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Friday, May 3, 2019 Lots 701-1260

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Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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

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CHINESE DYNASTIES Shang or Yin Period Zhou Dynasty

Early Zhou Middle Zhou Late Zhou Period of Warring States

1500 - 1100 B.C. 1122 - 221 B.C.

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

Qin Dynasty Han Dynasty Three Kingdoms Jin Dynasty Northern and Southern Empires Sui Dynasty Tang Dynasty Five Dynasties Song Dynasty Jin and Southern Song Dynasties Yuan Dynasty (Mongol) Ming Dynasty (Emperors listed below:) Hongwu Jiamwen Yongle Hongxi Xuande Zhengtong Jingtai T’ien Shun Chenghua

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

221 - 206 B.C. 206 B.C. - 221 A.D. 221 - 265 265 - 316 316 - 589 589 - 618 618 - 907 907 - 960 960 - 1127 1127 - 1280 1280 - 1368 1368 - 1644 Hongzhi Zhengde Jiaqing Longqing Wanli Taichang Tianqi Chongzheng

1488 - 1505 1506 - 1521 1522 - 1566 1567 - 1572 1573 - 1619 1620 1621 - 1627 1628 - 1643

Daoguang Xianfeng Tongzhi Guangxu Xuantong

1821 - 1850 1851 - 1861 1862 - 1873 1874 - 1908 1909 - 1912

Qing Dynasty (Emperors listed below:) Shunzhi Kangxi Yongzheng Qianlong Jiaqing

1644 - 1912

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

Chinese Republic (Hongxian)

1912 to Present

JAPANESE ART HISTORY TIMELINE Paleolithic Jomon Yayoi Kofun Asuka Nara Heian Kamakura Muromachi Azuchi-Momoyama Edo Meiji Taisho Showa Heisei

10,000 BC 10,000 - 300 BC 300 BC - 300 AD 300 - 538 538 - 710 710 - 784 794 - 1185 1185 - 1333 1336 - 1573 1573 - 1603 1603 - 1867 1868 - 1912 1912 - 1926 1926 - 1989 1989 - current

KOREAN DYNASTIES Koryo Yi

Represented in this catalog

93 - 1392 1392 - 1910

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ASIAN ART SESSION I Lots 1-621

JAPANESE Woodblock Prints, Silkscreen, Stencil & Etchings 1-115 Prints of Paul Jacoulet 116-128 Pottery & Porcelain 129-199, 265-346 Bronze, Brass, Iron & Silver 200-219, 362, 366-370 Paintings 220-255 Lacquer 256-264, 534 Furnishings 348-358, 532, 620 Textiles 371-375 Ivory 376-383, 386 Wood 384, 385 Cloisonné & Champlevé Enamel 387-421 Inro, Netsuke, Tonkotsu, Tabako-ire, Obidome, Ojime & Okimono 422-445

CHINESE (mostly)

Snuff Bottles 446-527 Bronze, Copper, Brass, Pewter & Silver 528-532, 535-540, 544-550, 552-584, 602-606 Textiles 592-601, 607-608

KOREAN 609-618

THAI

587-588, 726-727

INDIAN

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JAPANESE POTTERY & PORCELAIN

Pottery and porcelain (tōjiki, yakimono, tōgei), one of the oldest Japanese artistic forms, dates back to the Neolithic period giving Japan one of the oldest ceramic traditions in the world. Within its artistic tradition, ceramics are highly esteemed due to the enduring popularity of the tea ceremony. They are characterized by several diverse aesthetic traditions. There is a tradition of very simple and roughly finished pottery, mostly in earthenware, using a muted palette of earth tones. Most of the greatest early masters were priests and this relates to Zen Buddhism. Most raku ware is in this tradition. The other tradition is of highly finished and brightly colored factory wares, mostly in porcelain, with complex and balanced decoration in the Chinese tradition but with a uniquely Japanese interpretation. A third tradition is simple but perfectly formed and glazed stonewares, and relates more closely to both Chinese and Korean traditions. By the 16th Century, traditional utilitarian rustic wares were in production and were admired for their simplicity. Since the 4th Century, Japanese ceramics have often been influenced by Chinese and Korean pottery. Japan transformed and translated the Chinese and Korean prototypes into a form that was distinctly Japanese in character. And although a three-color lead glaze technique was introduced to Japan from the Tang dynasty of China in the 8th Century, official kilns produced only simple green lead glaze for temples in the Heian period (around 800–1200 AD). From the middle of the 11th Century to the 16th Century, Japan imported Chinese celadon greenware, white porcelain, and blue-and-white ware. Chinese ceramics (Tenmoku) were highly regarded by the upper classes and used in the tea ceremony. With the rise of Buddhism in the late 16th Century, leading tea masters introduced a change of style and favored humble Korean tea bowls and domestic ware over sophisticated Chinese porcelain. Until the 17th Century, unglazed stoneware was popular for the functional daily requirements of a mostly agrarian society; funerary jars, storage jars, and a variety of kitchen pots were common. Some of the kilns improved their technology and are called the “Six Old Kilns”: Shigaraki, Tamba, Bizen, Tokoname, Echizen, and Seto. In 1644, China had internal conflict and exports were interrupted. The West turned to Japan for porcelain production because Europe did not have the techniques to make porcelain at that time. Substantial amounts of Japanese porcelain ware were made in the town of Arita and exported to Europe from the late 17th to early 18th Century. Arita porcelain, often known as Imari, was the first porcelain product in Japanese history, and strongly influenced European ceramics. Kakiemon ware is another kind of Arita ware. Sakaida Kakiemon (1596-1666) founded his famous kiln and his work featured nicely shaped porcelain with colorful painting that influenced European ceramic companies such as Meissen, Herend and Royal Crown Derby. Nabeshima ware used decoration drawn from textiles rather than Chinese styles and Hirado ware hired scroll painters to produce porcelain with fine painting in blue on white. By 1720, competition from Chinese and European kilns that were imitating the Imari enameled style brought about the end of the initial period of Japanese porcelain exports.

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ASIAN ART SESSION I

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Oban tate-e Portrait of Nakamura Kichiemon. Numbered 29/30. Signed in image lower right. 22” x 18” sight. Framed 28.5” x 24”. 600/800

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e “Puppet Master” or “Bungoro on Stage”, 1953. Numbered 8/100. Pencil-signed “Jun. Sekino” lower right. Matted 26” x 30.5”. 500/700

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e “A Boy and His Rooster (Portrait of the Artist’s Son, Junpei, Aged 12)”. Numbered 12/30. Pencil-signed in image lower right. Framed 33.5” x 27”. 500/700

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e Portrait of Lafacidio Hearn. Signed, seal marked, and numbered 16/50 lower left in image. Framed 33” x 27.5”. 600/800

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Three Dai oban yoko-e 1) “Kawano”. 2) “Kakegawa”. 3) A lotus garden in winter. Each numbered and titled in pencil. Matted and shrink-wrapped. 300/400

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e “My Son”. Numbered 11/50 and titled lower left. Signed lower right and dated 1956. 19.25” x 15.5” sight. Framed 25” x 21”. 400/600

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JUN’ICHIRO SEKINO Dai oban tate-e Portrait of Korshio Onchi. Numbered 14/30 and signed lower right “Junichiro Sekino, 1956”. Framed 37” x 30.25”. 500/700

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TANAKA RYOHEI Etching “Winter Poplar”. Numbered 18/120. Signed and dated ‘91 in pencil lower right. On paper, 19” x 19”. Matted 21” x 21”. 400/600

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TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching White cat sleeping by a window. Signed, numbered 94/120, and dated ‘86 in pencil. 11.5” x 11.5” to the plateline. Sheet size 15.5” x 15.5”. 400/600

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TANAKA RYOHEI Colored Etching “Tachikui”. Signed, numbered 22/100, and dated ‘00 lower right. 15” x 12” to the plateline. Matted 23” x 19”. 400/600

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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”. 300/500

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TANAKA RYOHEI View of a roof. Matted.

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HAKU MAKI Embossed Print “Work 74-62” (abundant). In red, black, and pewter abstract design. Signed and numbered 62 of 153. Matted 16.2” x 8.25” sight. Framed. 300/400

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HAKU MAKI Tanzaku “Poem 69-72”. Embossed figural abstract. Numbered 41/202. 350/450

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JOICHI HOSHI Chuban “Landscape”. Numbered lower left. Signed lower right and dated ‘76. Matted 12.5” x 15”. 300/400

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JOICHI HOSHI Woodcut, 12.25” x 22.25” “Withered Grass (A)”. Titled lower left and numbered 65/99. Signed and dated ‘78 in pencil lower right. Matted 17” x 27”. 300/500

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JOICHI HOSHI Chuban “Autumn Leaves”. Signed and numbered lower left. Dated ‘77 lower right. Matted 14” x 13.5”. 250/350

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KIYOSHI SAITO Dai oban tate-e “Nara (C)”. Titled in pencil. Numbered 23/200 and dated 1962. Signed in image. Framed 24” x 29”. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO Dai oban yoko-e “Design made in 1955”. Titled lower center and numbered 9/150. Pencil-signed in image. Self-carved and self-printed label verso. Framed 24” x 29”. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO Two Oban yoko-e 1) “Snow in Aizu”. Signed and seal marked in image. 2) View of a tea shop. Signed and seal marked in image. Both circa late 1950’s. Unframed 11.5” x 17”. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO Two Oban yoko-e Two landscapes. One depicting a rural village scene and the other depicting a farm scene. Both signed and seal marked. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO Two Oban tate-e Two figural prints. One depicting a geisha and the other depicting a maiko. Both signed and seal marked in image. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO “Aizu in Winter”. Signed in pencil.

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MURAKAMI Dai oban tate-e Man carrying hay bales on his back. Numbered 112/200. Titled, signed, and dated 1972 in pencil. 26” x 16” sight. Framed 33” x 22”. 400/600

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KOSHIRO ONCHI Dai oban tate-e “Portrait of a Poet; Hagiwara Sakutaro”. Printed 1959. Seal marked lower left in image. 20.5” x 16” sight. Framed 31” x 25.5”. Ex Collection: The Helen and Felix Juda Collection of Japanese Modern and Contemporary Prints. Christie’s, NY, April 1998, Lot #76. 500/700

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KOSHIRO ONCHI Oban tate-e “Impression of a Violinist”. Titled, signed, dated 1946, seal marked, and numbered 7/25 on self-printed label. Framed 24” x 20”. Ex Collection: The Helen and Felix Juda Collection of Japanese Modern and Contemporary Prints. Christie”s, NY, April, 1998, lot #78. 400/600

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KIYOSHI SAITO Depicting dogs. Signed in pencil.

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KIYOSHI SAITO Chuban and Dai oban tate-e 1) Girl and cat. Signed lower left in pencil. Framed 11.5” x 15”. 2) “Clay Image”. Numbered 145/200. Titled and signed lower right. Additional calligraphy in lower left and right margins. Framed 25” x 17”. 500/700

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KIYOSHI SAITO Dai oban tate-e “Aizu Jizu (2)”. Titled, signed, numbered 66/130, and dated 1986 in pencil. Matted 28” x 22”. 300/400

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TAMAMI SHIMA Dai oban tate-e Abstract design with trees and cranes. Signed in pencil. Dated 1963. Numbered 17/70. 400/500

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TAMAMI SHIMA Oversize Print Depicting pink birds on a black ground. Dated 1959. Signed on image and margin. 24” x 33”. 400/600

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SENPAN MAEKAWA Dai Oban tate-e Depicting a woman wearing a red headscarf and a striped kimono. 300/400

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KIYOSHI SAITO Oban tate-e “Maiko”. Depicting a standing woman facing right. Signed in pencil. 400/600

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KIYOSHI SAITO Depicting a woman facing left. Signed in pencil.

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SEIICHIRO KONISHI Woodblock Print “A View of the Village Byakugoji”. Numbered 160/200. Signed, dated, and titled in pencil. 12” x 14.5” sight. Framed 17” x 20”. 200/400

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TADASHI NAKAYAMA Woodblock Print “The Girl in Sunflower Field”. Signed “T. Nakayama”. Dated 1956. 29” x 13” sight. Framed 37” x 20”. 300/500

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TADASHI NAKAYAMA Dai oban tate-e “Dappled Horse”. Numbered 16/50. Signed and dated 1961 lower left. Framed 40” x 29”. 500/700

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TADASHI NAKAYAMA Woodblock Print, 13” x 14” “Green Wind”. Signed and dated 1956 lower left. Matted 15” x 16.5”. 250/350

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CLIFTON KARHU Woodblock Print “Hong Kong Boats I”. Numbered 60/100, titled, signed, and dated ‘69 in pencil. Kanda’s Gallery, Tokyo label verso. 7” x 10.5” sight. Framed 10.5” x 16”. 200/400

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CLIFTON KARHU Mitsugiri-ban “Lord Ashiya”. Depicting a man in a red and blue kimono. Dated 1969. 250/350

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NAOKO MATSUBARA Five Woodblock Prints “Spring Visitor - Walden”, “Miyako - Odori”, one depicting red hands and bean pods, one depicting figures on park benches, and one depicting a willow tree. 500/700

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SHINJIRO NOZAKI Silkscreen Print “Image ‘78-J-2”. Pencil-dated 1978 lower left and numbered 5/30. Titled and signed lower right . 21” square. Framed 29” x 29”. 400/600

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KATSUDA Oban tate-e Depicting an anemone. Dated 1985. Numbered 21/130. 300/500

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MAYUMI ODA Artist’s Proof Titled lower left “Goddess in Autumn”. Signed lower right in pencil. Framed 38” x 31.5”. Art/Asia Cambridge, MA bill of sale, dated 5/8/76. “The old Japanese house I grew up in was made of wood and paper. In Autumn, the typhoon winds would rattle the rain doors and whistle through the rooms.” - Mayumi Oda. 600/800

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AKEMI INAGAKI Dai oban yoko-e “Still Water”. Titled, signed, numbered 4/200, and dated ‘76 in pencil. Matted 22.5” x 27”. 200/400

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LÉONARD TSUGUHARU FOUJITA Japanese-French, 1886-1968 Two robed ladies. Pencil-signed lower right “Foujita”. Numbered verso 246/445. Colored etching 7.25” x 5.5” to the plateline. Framed 11.5” x 8.5”. 300/400

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KAZUHIKO SANMONJI Oban yoko-e “My Dream #9”. Numbed 15/100. Signed lower right and dated ‘88. Matted 14” x 17.5”. 200/300 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.


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AMANO KUNIHIRO Colored Etching “Enclosure II”. Geometric abstract. Numbered 21/30. Signed and dated 1965. Matted, 22.5” x 15.5” sight. Framed. 300/500

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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”. 200/400

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YOSHITOSHI MORI Stencil Print, 28” x 14” “Nihonbashi”. Numbered 6/50. Signed in pencil and dated ‘77 lower right. Matted 28.25” x 16.5”. 200/400

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NISHIYAMA HIDEO Oban tate-e “Fuji - Setsuki Flower”. Signed and seal marked lower right. Numbered 13/250. Framed 19.5” x 24”. 300/400

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KAZUTOSHI SUGIURA Stenciled Print “White Peony”. Depicting peonies on a brick red ground. Numbered 51/100. Signed in pencil and dated 1977. Overall 14.7” x 18.8”. 200/300

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HODAKA YOSHIDA Oban tate-e “Hakuho-butsu”. Signed in pencil lower right and dated 1954. Framed 22.5” x 17”. 300/400

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KAZUTOSHI SUGIURA Silkscreen “Clematis #1”. Numbered 20/50 and signed lower right. 10” x 8”. Matted 11” x 11”. 200/300

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HODAKA YOSHIDA Oban tate-e “Narrow Street”. Cubist landscape in shades of blue. Signed in pencil. Framed. 200/300

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EIICHI SHIBUYA Colored Etching Abstract figures. Numbered 6/30. Signed. Matted, 24.75” x 15” sight. Framed. 100/200

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SHIMURA TATSUMI Dai oban tate-e Depicting a beijin in a purple kimono with falling cherry blossoms. 600/800

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FUMIO KITAOKA Dai oban yoko-e “Pompeii”. Depicting the ruins of Pompeii. Numbered 3/100 and dated 1971. Framed. 200/300

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FUMIO KITAOKA Dai oban yoko-e “Fishing Village in the Afternoon”. Dated 1967. Numbered edition 178/210. 200/300

RELIEF SILKSCREEN PRINT 20th Century “Collection- 39”. Depicting a pottery jar with an impressed gilt maple leaf. Signed illegibly lower right. Seal marked in image. Numbered 198/230. Sheet size 11” x 9.5”. Framed 17” x 15”. 200/300

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HIROYUKI TAJIMA Two Dai oban tate-e 1) “Old Alter [sic] of Shinto”. Numbered 2/50. 2) “White Print”. Numbered 20/50. Both titled, signed, numbered, and dated ‘78 in pencil. Both matted 22.5” x 18.5”. 300/500

TOSHI YOSHIDA Dai oban yoko-e “Series of Black and White, C”. Titled in pencil. Signed lower right in pencil and dated 1956. Framed 21” x 27”. 400/600

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TOSHI YOSHIDA Three Chuban 1) Stone Lanterns. 2). Limoges Gardens. 3) Sacred Grove. All with printed titles. Pencil signatures lower right. Each framed 13” x 16”. 500/700

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SHIRO KASAMATSU Oban tate-e “Evening Sky at Suwa Shrine”. Depicting a gate and stairs at sunset. 400/500

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TORI I KOTONDO Dai oban tate-e Later edition depicting a beijin in a purple kimono with falling cherry blossoms. 300/500

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ETCHING BY ELYSE ASHE LORD British, 1900-1971 ”Chinese”. Signed lower right “Elyse Ashe Lord”. Numbered 44/75. Hand-colored dry point etching, plateline 14.5” x 9”. Overall 18” x 13”. 150/250

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SHOTEI Two Chuban Night fishing beneath a bridge. A ferryboat in the night. Both framed 15.25” x 12.25”. 300/500

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TWO JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e 1) “Noodle Vendor at Night” by Tomikichiro Tokuriki (1902-2000). 2) “Bamboos and the New Moon” by Eiichi Kotozuko (1906-1979). Both matted, 20” x 14”. 200/300

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MAMORU HIYOSHI Oban tate-e “The Sandal Maker”. Depicting a seated man weaving sandals with children seen through a doorway. 100/200

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HIROSHI YOSHIDA Oban tate-e “Evening in Nara”. Printed title and signature. Framed 22.25” x 17”. 400/600

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OHARA SHOSON Oban tate-e Depicting geese in flight above marsh grasses. 300/400

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OHARA SHOSON Hosoban Depicting a crane against a snowy night sky. 250/350

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OHARA SHOSON Chuban Depicting a white cockatoo and pomegranates. 200/300

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OHARA SHOSON Two Chuban 1) A white crane on a willow branch. 2) A snipe in a marsh. 200/300

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TAISAI Oban tate-e Depicting a potted flowering tree. 200/300

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HODO Oban tate-e Depicting a crane on a willow branch with roses. 200/300

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ITO SOZAN Hosoban Swallows in willow in rain. Unframed. 200/300

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CHIKANOBU Oban Triptych Ladies on a balcony overlooking a field of irises. Framed 17.5” x 31”. 300/500

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CHIKANOBU Oban Triptych Depicting three ladies observing koi in a pond. Framed. 100/200

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CHIKANOBU Oban yoko-e A warrior and a flute player under a full moon. Signed and seal marked. Ex Bernheimer Collection. 200/300

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

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TOYOHARA CHIKANOBU Oban Triptych “New Year”. From the Chiyoda Palace Series, published in 1896. Unframed. 300/500

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CHIKANOBU Oban Triptych Ladies with parasols. Framed 20.5” x 36”. 300/500

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”. 200/300

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TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e Depicting geisha. 1) Depicting a geisha holding a box by Kikugawa Eizan (1787-1867). 2) “Itsutomi” by Chobunsai Eishi (1756-1829). Each matted and framed, 20” x 15”. 400/600

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WOODBLOCK PRINT Depicting a sheng (xylophone).

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CHIKANOBU, CHIKASHIGE, HOKUSAI & OTHERS Nine Triptychs Actors scenes by various artists. 800/1,200

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COLLECTION OF TEN MEIJI PERIOD BOUND POCKET BOOKS (FUKURO HOJI) One-Quarter or Yotsubanbon Black and white calligraphy on washi paper sewn into black paper bindings. 150/250

89.

FOUR WOODBLOCK PRINTS Three Oban & One Chuban 1) Chikanobu, oban yoko-e. Three bijin in an interior. Silver highlights. Framed 17” x 21”. 2) Utagawa Kunimasa, oban tate-e. Kabuki print depicting two samurai with swords. Framed 21” x 17”. 3) Kunichika, oban tate-e. Two ladies in a village. Matted 21” x 16”. Unframed. 4) Hand-touched, chuban. A koto player. Signed and seal marked lower left. 10” x 8”. Framed. 150/250

90.

SHUNTEI Oban Triptych Oihago (Battledore), first month. From Bijin Junikagetsu (Beauties of Twelve Months). Framed 13” x 28”. 200/300

91.

GEKKO Two Oban yoko-e Duck in flight. Turtles in lotus pond. 300/400

92.

GEKKO Oban tate-e “Sumida River”. From the Customs of Women series, 1898. Published by Matsuki. Ronin Gallery, Madison Avenue, NY label verso. Framed 21” x 17”. 200/400

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KUNISADA Kabuki actors in an interior. Published in 1852.

94.

UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI Oban yoko-e “Priest Nichiren in Exile on Sado Island”. Watanabe Publishers seal. Framed 15” x 19”. 300/400

95.

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

Oban Triptych 500/700

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THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS AFTER HIROSHIGE Oban tate-e 1) “Sudden Shower over Shin-Ohashi Bridge and Atake”. 2) Paper Lantern & Snow, 1856. 3) “Harima Province: Maiko Beach” from the series Views of Famous Places in the Sixty-Odd Provinces. Together with a reprint of villagers and deer entering a torii, taken from a scroll painting, and a reprint of Mount Fuji and birds, both oban yoko-e. All unframed. 200/300

97.

EISEN Courtesan in an interior. Ex Bernheimer Collection.

98.

HOKUSAI Travelers at the entrance of a cave. Framed 21” x 17”.

Oban tate-e 200/300 Chuban 400/600

99.

AFTER KATSUSHIKA HOKOSAI Oban tate-e “Gaifu Kaisei” (“Red Fuji”). From Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji. Framed. 200/300

100.

TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS Two Hosoban 1) “Oh-hashi Bridge at Night” by Shoda Koho (1875-1925). Framed. 2) “Fishing Boat” from the Night Scene series by Arai Yoshimune (1873-1945). Framed. 200/400

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102.

KUNISADA AND KUNICHIKA Three Oban tate-e Two Kunichika actor prints and one Kunisada actor print. Ex Bernheimer Collection. 500/700

103.

TOYOKUNI III Oban tate-e Nobleman in a black brocade robe. 100/200

104.

TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e & Chuban 1) “Hyakuninbutsujinjo” (Mother and Child) by Kunisada. 2) Lady in a bath by Kiyomitsu. Both framed 15.5” x 11”. 300/400

105.

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TOYOKUNI III Oban Triptych Depicting three women in front of a figural screen. One woman holds an open scroll while another woman serves sake to a third woman. 400/600

KUNIYOSHI AND KUNISADA Two Oban tate-e 1) Kuniyoshi: Man with parasol and staff. 2) Kunisada: Two men in a tea house. As is. Both framed. 250/350

106.

KUNISADA Oban tate-e Depicting a samurai standing on a bridge while drawing his sword. 100/200

107.

UTAGAWA KUNISADA Oban Triptych Six ladies in a landscape with geese. Framed 21” x 35”. 300/400

108.

KAWASE HASUI “Snow in Shiba Park, Tokyo”. Framed 15.5” x 20.5”.

109.

Oban yoko-e 200/250

TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS Two Oban tate-e Depicting full-moon night scenes. 1) “Moon at Magome, Tokyo” by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957). 2) “Kiyomizu Pagoda” by Benji (Tangyu) Asada (1899-1984). Both framed 19” x 14”. 400/600

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UTAMARO Oban tate-e Depicting three ladies and two travelers beside a sign. 400/600

111.

KITAGAWA UTAMARO Two Oban tate-e 1) Naniwa Okita admiring herserlf in a mirror. 2) Young woman applying makeup. Both framed 20” x 15”. 400/600

112.

BLACK AND WHITE WOODBLOCK PRINT Dai oban yoko-e Depicting an eagle in a pine tree. Framed. 150/250

113.

HOSAI Actor scenes.

Seven Triptychs 700/900

114.

THREE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e 1) Actor print by Yoshifuji (1828-1887). 2) “Shidzuka-gozen, mistress of Minamoto no Yoshitsune” by Tankei (1864-1889). 3) “Mountain Excursion” from Thirty-six Selected Beauties series by Toshikata (1866-1908). Matted 19” x 14.5” each. 300/400

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FOUR WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e 1) Series of Seisho Nana by Toyokuni. 2) Beijin in a lavender kimono under a cherry tree by Kunichika (1835-1900). 3) Figures in a boat by Kunichika (1835-1900). 4) “Cats, Neko” by Kinchoro. All matted 20” x 16”. 400/600

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JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS Lot 87

Ukiyo-e (“pictures of the floating world”) a genre of Japanese woodblock prints produced between the 17th & 20th Centuries, featuring motifs of landscapes, tales from history, theater, etc., and the main artistic genre of woodblock printing in Japan. Woodblock-printed books from Chinese Buddhist temples were seen in Japan as early as the 8th Century, but wood-block printing was not widely adopted in Japan until the Edo Period. Contrary to western woodcut which used oil-base inks, the Japanese used water-based inks that provided a wide range of vivid colors, glazes, and transparency. The technique for printing texts and images was generally similar. Images in books were almost always in black ink only, and for a time art prints were also monochromatic or confined to two or three colors. The text or image was drawn on washi (Japanese paper) and then glued face-down onto a plank of wood, usually cherry. The wood was cut away based on the outlines of the drawing. A baren was used to press or burnish the paper against the woodblock to apply the ink to the paper. Initially this was done by hand, but complex wood mechanisms were soon invented to hold the woodblock still and apply proper pressure during the printing process since multiple colors had to be applied over previous layers with great precision. The production of classic Japanese woodblock prints was a fairly complex process involving a number of steps, each usually performed by a different person who was skilled in that particular step, in contrast with the modern print movement where the artist performs all the steps themselves. While classic Japanese prints were sometimes produced in limited editions as ‘high art’ they were more commonly mass-produced.

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Woodblock prints were often initiated by a collaboration between the artist and the publisher. We credit the artist, but the publisher was equally important because he oversaw the commercial aspect of the operation and employed the skilled personnel who produced the prints or contracted out some part of the production to another specialist. Generally, the publisher would have an idea for a project, whether a single print or series, and approach the artist to determine their interest. Some artists worked almost exclusively for a particular publisher, and others would work with a variety of different publishers. The artist would produce a preparatory sketch and once alterations and corrections were made the drawing would be passed on to a block-copyist who made an elaborated final copy. The completed drawing would then be shown to the official censors, and if it passed, it would go to a carver who specialized in carving the blocks used for printing. A large number of special techniques were used to produce various unusual effects, such as nunomezuri where fabric was used to create a pattern or tzuyazuri where glue was applied to produce a sheen. The average print run was around 200 copies, though the number could run into the thousands for a popular design. Running a number of smaller editions allowed the blocks to rest, since taking too many impressions at one time increased wear and caused the blocks to become saturated with color producing an uneven color transfer. Through the classic period, the blocks for popular series would be printed again and again, and the blocks recut as needed. There is some indication that total runs of up to 20,000 were made for popular prints.la

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The Prints of Paul Jacoulet

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FOUR PAUL JACOULET CHRISTMAS CARDS Surimono, 6.25” x 4.5” Nuit De Neige, Corée (Snowy Night), Les Jades “Chinoise” (The Jade Lady), Le Nid Coree (The Nest), and Chagrins d’Amour (Sorrows of Love). Framed. 400/600

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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 with original folder with Japanese calligraphy on the front and title label affixed to inside. 700/900

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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. 900/1,100

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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. 800/1,200

Numbers in headings are Eldred’s Jacoulet Woodblock Print numbers. Please note: Jacoulet image margins have been edited for consistency and are not trimmed unless described as such.

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PAUL JACOULET (#58) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 13.87” Les Jades. Chinoise. (Jade Lady). Signed in pencil mid-right above the Boat seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Published: 3 February 1940. Special red seal with PJ in script on reverse. Slight toning to margins and reverse. 600/800

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PAUL JACOULET (#78) Woodblock Print, 18.5” x 14” Dans les Jardins Reserves du Palais. Seoul: Coree. (In the Private Gardens of the Palace). Signed in pencil lower right above the Sparrow seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower right margin. Published: 27 October 1947. Toned (from original Japanese framing) and slightly faded. 300/500

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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. 600/800

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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. 500/700

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PAUL JACOULET (#94) Woodblock Print, 14.12” x 18.75” Retour d’un Banquet. Coree, Seoul. (After the Banquet). Signed in pencil lower right above the Owl seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Tetsunosuke Honda, lower left margin. Published: 20 December 1951. Numbered 129/350 on the reverse. Very good/excellent condition. 1,000/1,500

PAUL JACOULET (#100) Woodblock Print, 18.75” x 14” Le Jeune Chef Saragan et son Esclave Forum. Tomil, Yap. (The Young Chief, Saragan, and his Slave, Forum). Signed in pencil lower right above the Peach seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Published: 10 March 1949. Special red seal with PJ in script on the reverse. Barely discernible imperfection in mid-left sea area, otherwise very, very good condition. 1,000/1,500 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.


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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. 600/800

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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. 1,000/1,500

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PAUL JACOULET (#148) Woodblock Print, 18.75” 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. Special red seal with PJ in script on reverse. Fair condition. Some toning, border previously folded, etc. 600/800

Numbers in headings are Eldred’s Jacoulet Woodblock Print numbers. Please note: Jacoulet image margins have been edited for consistency and are not trimmed unless described as such.

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RYUMONJI POTTERY TEAPOT Early 19th Century In ovoid form. With red, green, figural rondel design. Length 6.5”. 200/300

130.

SATSUMA POTTERY TEAPOT Circa 1900 In ovoid form. With paulownia and chrysanthemum design. Signed. Height 4.5”. 300/500

131 Five-piece set

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FIVE-PIECE SATSUMA POTTERY TEA CEREMONY SET 20th Century Mizusashi, chawan, flower vase, whisk stand, and waste bowl. All in a floral design and marked with a potter’s mark. With kiriwood box. 300/500

132.

IMARI PORCELAIN COVERED JAR Late Meiji Period In temple jar form. With domed top and onion finial. Height 11.5”. 200/250

133.

KUTANI PORCELAIN CHARGER Circa 1900 With cat and moon design. Diameter 13”. 150/250

134.

PORCELAIN FIGURE 20th Century In the form of a standing woman holding a scroll. Height 13”. Mounted as a table lamp. 200/300

135.

KAKIEMON PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE 20th Century In teardrop form with fruit-tree branch design. Signed on base. Height 7.75”. 150/200

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EIRAKU TOKUZAN PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In tapered cylinder form. With incised fish design and elephant’s-head and mock ring handles. Eiraku mark on base. Height 7.8”. 300/400

137.

MAKAZU KOZAN PORCELAIN SAKE POT Meiji Period In ovoid form. With hydrangea design on a blue ground. Signed. Height 5.25”. 800/1,200

138.

MIYANAGA TOZAN CELADON PORCELAIN COVERED JAR In barrel form with banded design. Potter’s mark on base. Height 5.5”.

139.

UNDERGLAZE RED AND BLUE PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1890 In baluster form. With three rectangular handles at the shoulder and decoration of three sages. Height 14.75”. 300/500

140.

BLUE AND WHITE ARITA PORCELAIN BOWL Late 17th Century With irregular rim. Body decorated with a bold floral design. Vine design on exterior. Fuku mark on base. Diameter 8”. 300/500

141.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE 18th Century In flower form with flower blossom design. Diameter 7.6”. 150/250

142.

BANKO WARE ASH POT Edo Period In cylinder form. With pale blue drip glaze and chrysanthemum design. Height 3.6”. 150/200

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TWO KUTANI PORCELAIN FIGURES Early 20th Century Depicting Fukusukesan. One standing while holding an open fan, height 7”. The other seated while holding a folded fan, height 7”. 150/250

20th Century 300/500

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AO-KUTANI PORCELAIN CENSER Meiji Period In footed four-lobed form. With dragon and flame design. Domed cover with pinecone finial. Green Fuku mark on base. Also impressed “Kutani”. Height 5.5”. Width 7”. 300/400

145.

BANKO WARE POTTERY WINE POT In teardrop form. With red, green, and blue phoenix design. Height 6”.

146.

UNUSUAL IZUMO WAKAYAMA INCENSE BURNER 19th Century In urn form. With ovoid body, tripod base, and dragon’shead embellishment at base. Domed cover with pierced ball finial. Body decorated with maple leaf, brocade, and comma design. Height 22.25”. 400/600

147.

MASATARU KEIWA SATSUMA POTTERY CUP Circa 1909 In cylinder form with floral design. Signed. Diameter 2.75”. 120/180

148.

AO-KUTANI PORCELAIN ROOSTER AND HEN GROUP Meiji Period Depicted feeding on harvested millet. Height 7.75”. 200/300

149.

SATSUMA POTTERY TEAPOT Circa 1860 In squat ovoid form with side handle. Body with Three Friends design of pine, prunus, and bamboo. Length 6”. 200/300

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18th Century 300/500

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KYOTO POTTERY BOWL Late 18th Century With carved floral design on a rich blue ground. Impressed potter’s mark on base. Diameter 7.6”. Ex Collection: Warren Cox. 250/350

151.

NINSEI-STYLE POTTERY SAKE BOTTLE 18th Century In rectangular form. With gilded peony design on a blue and teal ground. Height 8.75”. Ex Collection: Warren Cox. 500/700

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UNUSUAL SATSUMA POTTERY COVERED BOWL 19th Century Decorated by a Kutani artist in Ao-Kutani floral design. Body in flower form with chrysanthemum finial on cover. Signed. Diameter 6.25”. 300/500

153.

KYOTO POTTERY VASE 19th Century Attributed to Okumura Shozan. In baluster form. With blue and white chrysanthemum design. Height 12.5”. 300/500

154.

RARE SANDA CELADON SAKE POT Early 19th Century In squat flower form with relief flower-petal design. Length 7.5”. 200/300

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KAKIEMON PORCELAIN PLATE In a pomegranate design. Diameter 7.25”.

156.

SET OF FIVE SATSUMA POTTERY PLATES Circa 1910 In Three Monkey design. Potter’s mark on base. Diameters 6.5”. 150/250

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Circa 1900 80/120

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RAKU POTTERY BRAZIER In the form of a crouched rabbit. Length 10.25”.

158.

KYOTO POTTERY BOWL With crested wave design. Diameter 8.5”.

Late 19th Century 300/400 Late Edo Period 250/350

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PAIR OF TANZAN POTTERY VASES Circa 1890 In inverted pear shape. With fine pine tree landscape design. Signed. Heights 10”. 500/700

160.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL Circa 1915 In flower form with bird and flower design. Diameter 9”. 200/300

161.

SATSUMA POTTERY SUMMER BOWL Edo Period In brocade design. Diameter 4.75”. 150/250

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162.

TANZAN POTTERY VASE Depicting a shorebird and grasses. Signed. Height 7.5”.

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GYOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL Circa 1900 In cherry blossom form with bird and flower decoration. Signed. Diameter 8”. 250/350

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HODODA SATSUMA POTTERY COVERED BOX Meiji Period In circular form. With domed cover and rakan design. Interior with rakan design on cover and base. Signed and marked with Shimazu crest. Diameter 5.5”. 300/500

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GYOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY KOGO 19th Century In circular form. With Tokugawa mon design. Signed on base. Diameter 3.2”. 300/400

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NINSEI-STYLE COVERED BOX Late Edo Period In circular form. With domed cover and sixteenpetal green, gold, and blue chrysanthemum design. Potter’s mark on base. Diameter 5.25”. 300/500

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KENZAN II POTTERY BOWL 19th Century With irregular rim formed from geese in flight above marsh grasses. Signed. Diameter 6.75”. 500/700

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SETO WARE POTTERY SAKE BOTTLE 19th Century In triple gourd form. With relief cord about the body. Gray-over-brown glaze. Height 8.75”. 300/400

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ENAMELED SETO WARE POTTERY VASE 19th Century In Oribe style. With hawk and wave design. Height 9.75”. 200/300

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RUST-RED KUTANI PORCELAIN COVERED BOWL Circa 1900 In circular form. With gold coin design and flower finial on cover. Diameter 6.5”. 250/300

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BLUE AND WHITE ARITA PORCELAIN DISH Circa 1700 With shaped rim. In the manner of Kakiemon depicting Kenzan and Jittoku. Diameter 8.6”. 250/350

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SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Circa 1890 By Ito Tozan I. In inverted pear shape. With relief white peony design highlighted with green, gold, and rust-red leaves. Impressed potter’s mark on base. Height 8.5”. 1,000/1,500

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SATSUMA POTTERY BOTTLE/VASE Circa 1885 By Ito Tozan I. In oval form with brocade design at mouth. Potter’s mark on base. Height 8.5”. 500/700

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SEVEN-PIECE GYOKUZAN SATSUMA POTTERY SWEETMEAT SET Meiji Period In circular form with decoration of the Gods of Good Fortune. Set in a black lacquer lazy-susan stand (possibly of a later date). Diameter 13”. 400/600

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HIRADO PORCELAIN FOOTED BOWL In boat form with rondel design. Length 7”.

Early 20th Century 100/200

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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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KYOTO YAKI POTTERY BOTTLE/VASE 19th Century In bladder form. With chrysanthemum design on a gray and coffee-brown ground. Indistinct potter’s mark on base. Height 9.5”. 250/350

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STUDIO PORCELAIN DISH BY SHOKO In the form of Daruma. Length 7”.

Early 20th Century 100/200

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NABESHIMA PORCELAIN DISH 19th Century Interior with jonquil design in red, green, and blue; exterior with flower design and combed foot. Diameter 7.5”. 800/1,200

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MINIATURE SATSUMA POTTERY TEAPOT 19th Century In pear shape. With lion and flower design. Signed and marked with blue Shimazu crest on base. Height 3.5”. 600/800

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NABESHIMA DISH 19th Century Decorated on interior with four horses; on exterior with coin design. Combed foot. Diameter 6”. 200/300

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AWAJI POTTERY VASE Circa 1900 In ovoid form with cylinder neck. All with a shaded yellow glaze. Height 31.25”. 300/400

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PAIR OF KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES Meiji Period Decorated with birds in a moonlit landscape. Diameters 8.3”. 200/300

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PAIR OF KUTANI PORCELAIN PLATES With bird and landscape design. Diameters 7.75”.

Meiji Period 150/250

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

Meiji Period 300/400

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STUDIO POTTERY VESSEL BY MAKATO YABE (1947-2005) Boston, Late 20th Century In globular form. With earth-tone slip over incised abstract designs on a brown and cream ground. Arrow mark on base. Height 9”. Diameter of top 6”. 600/800

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STUDIO POTTERY DISH BY MAKOTO YABE (1947-2005) Boston, Late 20th Century With pinched sides. Blue, pink, and olive splashes over a grayish glaze with incised decoration. Mark on base. Height 4”. Width 12.25”. 600/800

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STUDIO PORCELAIN TEAPOT BY MAKOTO YABE (1947-2005) Late 20th Century In globular form. In blue and lavender glaze with a free-form handle and spout. Stamped at base. Height 11”. 600/800

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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

190.

PAIR OF SATSUMA POTTERY VASES Meiji Period In inverted pear shape. With relief rakan and dragon design. Black mark signature on base. Heights 12”. 300/400

191.

THREE SATSUMA POTTERY VASES Meiji Period Two vases with rakan design, heights 6” and 6.5”, and a four-lobed vase with rakan design, height 7.25”. 350/450

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TWO PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS 20th Century One celadon with blue glazed landscape cartouches. The other in a brown and gray glaze with incised chrysanthemum decoration to exterior. Heights 2”. Diameters 4.5”. 200/300

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RARE KINKOZAN ART DECO SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Circa 1930 In inverted pear shape with stylized iris design. Printed signature on base. Height 12”. 300/500

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STUDIO PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In inverted pear shape. With relief bird and flower design on a golden yellow ground. Height 10”. 300/500

195.

AO-KUTANI POTTERY VASE Meiji Period In inverted pear shape. With decoration of sages on a yellow ground. Height 23.4”. 300/400

196.

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

197.

SATSUMA POTTERY COVERED JAR Late Meiji Period In inverted pear shape with wisteria design. Two-character signature on base. Height 7.5”. 300/400

198.

ART POTTERY VASE Mid-20th Century In seed form with gray-blue slip glaze. Height 5”. 200/300

199.

BLUE, WHITE, AND SALMON-RED PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century With double gourd vase decoration. Incised floral, wave, and tassel decoration to the vases. Height 12”. Diameter 14”. 300/400 195

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THREE-PART BRONZE BIRD FIGURE GROUP Including base, perch, and bird. Perch in floral design. Openwork base. Height overall 13”. 2,000/3,000

200

201

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201.

BRONZE URN Meiji Period In baluster form. With dragon’s head-handles and relief design. Height 24”. 400/600

202.

TWO BRASS PAGE TURNERS Late Meiji Period 1) Raised decoration of Jo and Uba on handle. Incised decoration to blade. Length 9.75”. 2) Mixed-metal handle with frog on a lily pad. Vine decoration etched on blade. Length 11”. 150/250

203.

GILT-BRONZE VASE Late Meiji Period In double gourd form. With raised decoration of monkeys cavorting in an incised landscape. Height 5”. 200/250

204.

TWENTY-FOUR KOMEI DAMASCENE BLACK ENAMEL AND 24KT GOLD-PLATED PLACE CARD HOLDERS Last Quarter of the 20th Century Each with various landscape decorations. Fourteen in rectangular form, six in medallion form, two in fan form, and two in butterfly form. Lengths approximately 1”. 200/300

205.

IRON TETSUBIN 19th Century In ovoid form. With raised bosses about the body. Height with fixed handle 9”. 250/350

206.

BRONZE JARDINIÈRE Meiji Period In square form with four feet. Relief decoration of geese, mandarin ducks, and marsh grasses. 6.25” x 6.25”. 200/300

207.

THREE-PIECE MINIATURE BRONZE FIGURE GROUP Meiji Period Depicting a man and a woman seated at a table to share a meal. Heights of figures 2.5”. Height of table 1”, length 3.75”. 200/300

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208.

BRONZE VASE Meiji Period In inverted pear shape. With dragon and cloud design. Four-character mark on base. Height 18”. 600/800

209.

BRONZE FIGURE Depicting a seated scholar holding a fan. Height 14”. 250/350

208

210.

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

Early 20th Century 200/300

211.

BRONZE FIGURE OF HOTEI Late 19th/Early 20th Century Standing with his fan and treasure sack. Stamped on base. Height 2.75”. 200/250

212.

FIVE METAL BOXES All with relief-decorated covers. Lengths 2.75” to 1.75”.

213.

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

214.

BRONZE FIGURE Meiji Period A Noh actor playing a biwa. On a burl wood stand. Height 10”. Length of base 10.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

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Late Meiji Period 200/300

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BRONZE FIGURE OF KWANNON Late Meiji Period Standing with a lotus staff on a lotus base. All above a carp leaping in waves. Height 19”. 300/400

216.

SHIBUICHI TAKARABUNE 20th Century With bird’s-head prow, square sail, and deck ladder with symbols of the Gods of Good Fortune. Signed. Height 8.4”. 200/300

217.

COPPER SAKE POT Late Meiji Period In square form. With raised sixteen-petal chrysanthemum design and black lacquer cover. Fixed handle. Height 6”. 150/200

218.

KOMEI-STYLE INLAID IRON BOX 20th Century In rectangular form. With castle and mountain landscape design. Length 4.75”. Together with six Komei dishes with scenes of Mount Fuji, diameters 1.75”. 100/200

219.

INLAID BRONZE URN Circa 1900 In baluster form with tripod base. Body decorated with crane and wave design. Height 9.75”. 200/400

215

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220.

FRAMED PAINTING 20th Century A samurai warrior on horseback in the center of a procession through verdant green grasses. Seal marked lower left. Framed 89” x 83”. Ex collection: Louis Joseph Auction Gallery, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. 4,000/6,000

221.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Three colorful carp in seagrass. Seal marked upper left. 29” x 13”.

222.

PAINTING ON SILK Late Meiji Period Madonna and Child. With gilt-painted highlights. Signed and seal marked lower right. 16.5” x 13.5”. Framed 17.5” x 14.5”. 250/350

223.

PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Attributed to Kobayakawa Kiyoshi (1897-1948). Depicting a semi-clad beijin partially obscured by a screen. 12.5” x 8.75” sight. Framed. 300/400

224.

FIVE WESTERN-STYLE WATERCOLORS BY TARAUCHI Early 20th Century Temple with cherry blossoms. Figures on a country road. Stone lantern and pond. Temple grounds. Rural home with cherry trees. 11.5” x 7.75” each. Framed. 600/800

225.

PRINTED AND HAND-COLORED SHUNGA HAND SCROLL Depicting a series of seven intimate scenes. Overall 6” x 33.5”.

226.

TWO ARTWORKS 19th Century 1) Six insects. Signed along right edge. Watercolor on paper, 10” x 6.4”. Framed 14” x 9”. 2) Owl in a tree. Woodblock on paper, 7” x 5”. Framed 8” x 6”. 300/500

Mid-20th Century 300/400

Late 19th Century 250/350

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227.

THREE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK 19th Century With a snow-covered landscape scene, a scene of chidori and waves, and a scene of mandarin ducks. 9.75” x 6.25” each. With one kiriwood case. 400/500

228.

ZEN CALLIGRAPHY 20th Century By Koho Hibino. Depicting three Kanji characters. Seal mark mid-left. 51” x 12.5” sight. Framed 58” x 19”. 200/300

229.

CALLIGRAPHIC POEM ON PATTERNED PAPER Mid-20th Century Mounted on a gold silk damask scroll with applied celadon green fans. Poem 10.75” x 9.5”. 200/300

230.

SUMI PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century River landscape with hills and cottages. Signature and inscription with numerous seal marks. 33.5” x 10.75”. 150/200

231.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Depicting Kwannon. Signed and seal marked. 50” x 16.5”.

232.

WATERCOLOR ON PAPER 20th Century Butterfly and wasp on flowering tree blossoms. Signed and seal marked lower right. 11” x 9”. Framed 18” x 13”. 200/300

233.

PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Mountainous landscape with a bird in flight. Signed and seal marked lower right. 17” x 21.5”. 200/250

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Early 20th Century 100/200


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234.

WATERCOLOR ON ARTIST BOARD San Francisco, Circa 1905 By T. Aokin (Japanese-American, 1854-1912). Depicting a fish breaking the surface of the water. 14” x 22.5”. 300/400

235.

PAINTING ON CANVAS BY TOSHIHARU MATSUBARA Japanese, Contemporary “White Rose”. Signed lower left “Toshi. M.”. Titled and signed in full verso. Oil on canvas, 12.5” x 16”. Unframed. 300/400

236.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Depicting travelers on a mountain path. Signed and seal marked. 45” x 17.75”. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH.

Early 20th Century 250/350

237.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Late 19th Century Depicting rice cultivation in a green mountain landscape. Signed and seal marked. 51.5” x 16.75”. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 200/300

238.

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”. 200/300

239.

HISAE HASEGAWA RICE PAPER COLLAGE “Heaven”. Seal mark lower left. Artist’s labels verso. Mixed media on gilt trimmed rice paper, 5.5” x 5”. Framed 9” x 9”. 150/250

240.

HAND SCROLL ON PAPER 19th Century Various genre figures. 10” x 160”. Ex Collection: Mr. Arthur Kay (British, 1860-1939). Noted art critic, collector, and author of Treasure Trove in Art. 400/500

235

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241.

PAIR OF WESTERN-STYLE WATERCOLORS Circa 1920 By S. Numi. Depicting figures at a shrine in autumn colors. Both are signed. 13” x 19.5” each. 700/900

244.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicting a monkey seated on a tree branch. Signed and seal marked. 34.25” x 13.25”. With kiriwood box. 150/200

242.

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”. 200/400

245.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicting a woman in an orange striped kimono. Signed “Masaichi”. 44” x 14.5”. With kiriwood box. 250/350

243.

FOUR SCROLL-MOUNTED WORKS 1) Painting on paper. Figure with an umbrella, crossing a bridge. 49” x 9.5”. 2) Painting on silk. Cranes and pine trees. 52” x 14.5”. 3) Painting on silk. A lady in pink. 48” x 16”. 4) Black and white print. Bird and bamboo. 33” x 12”. 150/200

246.

HABOKU-STYLE PAINTING ON SILK Circa 1900 Depicting a fisherman on a lake with cottage and towering mountain. Signed “Mitsu...”. 27” x 9.5”. With kiriwood box. 200/300

247.

WESTERN-STYLE WATERCOLOR Circa 1920 Depicting a cottage and stream with autumn foliage. Signed “Yokoi”. 20” x 13”. 250/350

242

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249

248.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Circa 1900 Depicting pheasants in a flowering tree. Signed and seal marked. 46” x 16.25”. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 300/500

252.

FOUR WESTERN-STYLE WATERCOLORS BY S. NUMI Circa 1910 Coastal scene, river scene, temple landscape, and boats at sea. Each 4.25” x 11.25”. Framed together, overall 17” x 21”. 150/250

249.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicting a figure on a snowy mountain path. Signed “Yoshimasa”. 45” x 16.25”. With original kiriwood box. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 400/600

253.

TWO WESTERN-STYLE WATERCOLORS Circa 1910 View of Mount Fuji, signed “Y. Hide”, and a river landscape, signed “Hiroshi”. Both 12.75” x 19.25”. 300/400

254.

TWO PAINTINGS ON SILK Circa 1920 1) Rural landscape. Signed “Yasutaro”. 14.25” x 17.25”. 2) Hilly landscape. Signed “Kanashiro”. 12” x 16.75”. Framed. 100/200

255.

WATERCOLOR ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicting a young girl in a blue and white kimono. Signed lower left. 32” x 13.5”. Framed. 150/250

250.

251.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century By Hachisuka Juniaki. Depicting an astonished sculptor who has created a beautiful woman. Signed and seal marked. 50” x 22”. With kiriwood box. 200/300 THREE WESTERN-STYLE PAINTINGS ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicting figures catching fish, 21” x 33”, figures at a restaurant, 46” x 17.5”, and figures on a boat, 46” x 19”. All unmounted. 300/500

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SET OF TEN BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER FOOTED TRAYS Meiji Period Decorated by various artists with scenes of birds, plants, and landscapes. 10.75” square. Heights 3”. With kiriwood box. 800/1,000

257.

TWO GOLD LACQUER COMB AND KANGASHI SETS Both in floral designs, one with mother-of-pearl inlay.

258.

RED, BLACK, AND GOLD LACQUER TRAY Early 20th Century In square form. With central red square surrounded by gold on black millet. 11.75” square. Kiriwood box. 150/200

259.

BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER BOX WITH UNDERTRAY Early 20th Century Both pieces with wave design. Box 6.5” square. Length of tray 14.5”. With kiriwood box (not original). 300/400

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Early 20th Century 100/200


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260.

BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER JUBAKO Circa 1910 Consisting of seven containers with floral rondel design. All held within a rectangular frame with domed cut-outs and copper swing handle. Length 11”. 300/400

261.

BLACK LACQUER BUTSUDAN 19th Century Opens to reveal a standing Buddha figure on a gilt stand. With gilt interior. Height overall 9.5”. 400/600

262.

SET OF FIVE BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER COVERED BOWLS With stylized cloud design. Diameter 4.75”. Kiriwood box.

263.

THIRTY-THREE ASSORTED PIECES OF LACQUER 1-5) Circular box with lion design and four matching dishes. 6) Black and gold pine treedecorated tray. 7) Black and gold cherry tree-design box. 8-12) Black and gold box with Fuji decoration and four matching dishes. 13) Black and red tray. 14-20) Eight red and gold laquer covered bowls. 21-30) Ten black and gold bird-decorated dishes. 31-33) Three red and gold sake cups. 150/200

264.

PAIR OF JAPANESE LACQUER BOWLS 20th Century In bell form. With faux bois exterior and finely enameled carp in seagrass interior. Height 3.5”. Diameter 5.25”. 250/350

Early 20th Century 120/180

261

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265.

FOUR PIECES OF TANZAN POTTERY Early 20th Century Squat jar with duck landscape and children cartouches, 5.75” vase with bird and flower design, 8.5” pitcher, and bowl with vase cover, diameter 7.25”. 400/500

266.

FINELY PAINTED KUTANI PORCELAIN TRAY Circa 1900 In square form. With temple-in-snow design. Artist-signed. 14.3” square. 250/350

267.

TWO PIECES OF GREEN GLAZE RAKU POTTERY 20th Century Both pieces with potter’s marks on bases. 1) Ash bowl with incised gilt horizontal banding. Diameter 6.5”. Includes kiriwood case. 2) Shakautate vase (for utensils) with openwork continuous mon decoration at shoulder and neck. Height 6.5”. 200/300

268.

STUDIO POTTERY VASE 20th Century In ovoid form. With applied songbird on a flowering tree branch that wraps about the body. Brown drip glaze over cream simulates tree bark. Further decorated with flowering peony trees. Height 9.5”. 200/300

269.

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

270.

SIX ARITA WARE PORCELAIN SAKE CUPS 20th Century With shaped blue rims. Crayfish and grass-design interiors. Heights 2”. 200/250

266

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272

273

271.

SATSUMA POTTERY TEA BOWL Circa 1905 By Masataro Keida. Decorated with flowers and a fan beneath a brocade band. Signed. Diameter 4.4”. 300/500

272.

TAIZAN SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Meiji Period In pilgrim flask form. With rich blue iris design on one face; maple tree and Mount Fuji design on reverse. Signed on base. Height 7.5”. 300/400

273.

KINKOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Meiji Period In inverted pear shape. Decorated by Yuzan with colorful maple tree design. Signed. Height 4.75”. 300/400

274.

KENZAN DENCHICHI PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER Depicting two poets with their poems. Signed.

275.

STUDIO PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century By Tosai. In inverted pear shape. With relief and polychrome floral design. Signed. Height 8.5”. Original kiriwood box. 300/400

276.

THREE PORCELAIN BOXES 20th Century 1) In irregular form with chrysanthemum garden design. Length 5”. 2). Blue and white shou design. Length 1.75”. 3). Mouse and treasure sack form. Length 2”. 100/150

277.

SATSUMA POTTERY NATSUME Circa 1860 In double gourd form. With green, gold, and blue key fret design. Height 2.25”. 100/200

19th Century 300/500

274

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278.

SATSUMA POTTERY TEAPOT Meiji Period With figural landscape scenes on a blue ground. Signed. Height 5.75”. 300/400

279.

TAIZAN SATSUMA POTTERY TEAPOT 19th Century In elongated ovoid form with dragon handle and floral decoration. Mark inside cover. Height 6”. 250/350

280.

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

281.

THREE CHAWAN 20th Century One in grasses design, one in red and gold bridge design, and one in brick red glaze. 100/200

282.

LOW-FIRE POTTERY CHARGER Meiji Period With relief crane and rockery on a pine tree and calligraphy ground. Diameter 16.25”. 250/350

283.

KINKOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY COVERED BOTTLE/VASE Late Meiji Period In ovoid form with a cylindrical neck. Decorated with birds and flowers. Signed. Height 11”. 200/300

284.

AWADA KYOTO WARE SAKE BOTTLE Mid-19th Century In cylinder form with floral design. Height 4.75”. 100/200

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286

287

288

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RASE SOKUZAN TAPESTRY-WARE PLATE 288. Late 19th Century With pierced basketry rim and central wave and sunrise scene. Potter’s mark on base. Diameter 9.3”. 300/400

286.

HIRADO PORCELAIN BOWL 18th Century In awabi shell form. With figural landscape design in 289. brown, blue, and white. Signed on base. Length 8.5”. 500/700

287.

KENJO IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL Early 19th Century 290. In chrysanthemum form with sixteen-petal chrysanthemum center. Six-character mark on base. Diameter 7”. 300/400 291.

AWADA KYOTO POTTERY HYACINTH VASE 19th Century In ovoid form with five cylindrical spouts. Body decorated in Kutani style with landscape cartouches. Cursive signature on base. Height 8.75”. 300/500 UNDERGLAZE BLUE ARITA BOWL 18th Century With red and gold passionflower design on exterior; blue wheel and flower design on interior. Diameter 4”. 100/150 IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL Circa 1800 With shaped rim. Central dragon design surrounded by shishi and passionflowers. Diameter 8.5”. 150/200 PORCELAIN FIGURE Late 19th Century Depicting a seated rakan wearing a yellow floralpattern cape. Height 5.75”. 200/300

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TWO PIECES OF HIRADO PORCELAIN Meiji Period In the forms of a rooster and a hen. With whiteglazed bodies and bisque eyes. Height of rooster 8.5”. 250/350

293.

BLUE AND WHITE HIRADO PORCELAIN WINE POT 19th Century In banded cylinder form. With bamboo-form handle and spout. Decorated with bird and flower design. Bamboo-segment finial on cover. Height 4.75”. 300/500

294.

BLUE AND WHITE NABESHIMA PORCELAIN PLATE 18th Century With floral design. Exterior with floral design and combed foot. Diameter 8.5”. 300/500

295.

SET OF SIX HAND-PAINTED SATSUMA PORCELAIN DEMITASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS 20th Century With gilt-outlined wisteria decoration. Each piece is signed. Heights 2.5”. Diameters of saucers 4.5”. 250/350

296.

TWO IMARI PORCELAIN NANBAN SHIP-DECORATED CHARGERS 20th Century Both with alternating enameled decoration of Dutch figures and Black Ships surrounding a central Black Ship. With gilt highlights and details. Marked on base. One with Japanese retailer’s label. Diameters 12”. Both with adjustable wood stands. 250/350

297.

SEVEN PIECES OF IRO NABESHIMA PORCELAIN BY IMAEMON 20th Century 1-2) Early cup and saucer with quail and millet decoration. 3) 8” dish with bird and chrysanthemum design. 4) Matching 4.5” vase in seed form. 5-6) Pair of 4” cylindrical salt and peppers with chrysanthemum decoration. 7) 4” covered bowl with floral decoration. Together with the book Fourteenth Red, Sakaida Kakiemon XIV. 200/300

298.

PORCELAIN SUITEKI 19th Century In the form of a crouched rabbit. Length 3.25”. 250/350

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299.

RARE KO AWADA POTTERY COVERED JAR In ovoid form with relief floral designs. Signed. Diameter 6”.

300.

TOZAN POTTERY WINE EWER In the form of a tapir. With a blue head and a rabbit medallion-decorated body. Length 8.5”.

301.

PORCELAIN VASE Late Meiji Period In seed form. With a gilt and salmon-colored qilin riding through a gilt and green landscape. Gilt, blue, and salmon brocade and lappet rim. Three-character mark on base. Height 15”. 600/800

302.

IMARI PORCELAIN VASE Late Meiji Period In baluster form. With trumpet-form mouth and two twig-form handles. Bulbous base with alternating floral-design panels. Height 10.5”. 200/225

303.

IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century With shaped rim. Decorated with a pinwheel design about a dragon center. Diameter 12.25”.Purchased in 1977. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 500/600

304.

IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL Meiji Period In flower form with central flower basket decoration. Diameter 9.5”. Purchased in 1965. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 100/300

305.

IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century In flower form with ho bird center and brocade border. Diameter 9.7”. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 400/500

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Circa 1910 300/500 19th Century 350/450

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306.

IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL Early 18th Century With sage and carp center surrounded by passionflower design. Diameter 9.5”. 800/1,000

307.

PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP Depicting Ebisu and Daikoku pounding grain. Height 6.5”. 308.

IMARI PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In hawk, moon, and iris design. Height 24.5”. Drilled and mounted as a table lamp. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 1,000/1,500

309.

SET OF FIVE IMARI DISHES Late Meiji Period Each with central phoenix decoration. Six-character maker’s mark on base. Diameters 6.5”. Contained in a fitted kiriwood box. Height 11.5”. Width 7.5”. Depth 8”. 300/400

310.

AIDA YUSUKE SAKE CUP Circa 1985 In checkerboard design. Signed. Diameter 3”. With kiriwood box. 200/300

311.

SET OF FOUR RUST-RED KUTANI POTTERY PLATES Meiji Period With decoration of a shojo and scholar. Kutani mark on base. Diameters 8.5”. 100/200

312.

BANKO WARE POTTERY TEAPOT Circa 1800 In pear shape with rich green glaze. Banko mark on base. Height 8.5”. 250/350

308

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Meiji Period 200/300

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315

313.

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATES 19th Century With landscape design. Fuku mark on base. Diameters 8.4”. 300/400

315.

MIYANAGA TOZAN CELADON PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In mallet form with banded design. Potter’s mark on base. Height 9.75”. 500/700

314.

IMARI PORCELAIN WALL POCKET 18th/19th Century In the form of a woman wearing a Genroku-style robe with wave and maple leaf design. Height 12.25”. 800/1,200

316.

TWO LOW-FIRE POTTERY TEAPOTS One in yellow marked “Japan”, height 6.5”, and one in green glaze with potter’s mark, height 5.75”. 200/300

317.

BLUE AND WHITE HIRADO PORCELAIN LANTERN 19th Century In pierced cylinder form. With flower and vine design. No cover. Height 7.5”. 300/400

318.

TWO KYOTO YAKI POTTERY BOTTLE/VASES 19th Century One in double gourd form with grapevine design, height 9.8”, and one in bladder form with pine tree design, height 4.5”. 300/400

319.

NAESHIROGAWA POTTERY TEAPOT In squat ovoid form with black-brown glaze. Length 5.75”. 250/350

314A. BROWN GLAZE SPOUTED JAR Circa 1900 In elongated ovoid form. With white enamel wave and island design. Height 4”. 100/150

318 two

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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”. 500/800

321.

POTTERY STORAGE JAR Late 19th/Early 20th Century In seed form with molded lip. With black glaze vertical slip over a phosphatic brown glaze. No marks noted. Height 16”. 300/400

322.

CERAMIC HIBACHI 20th Century With relief green leaf decoration on a white crackleware ground. Marked on base. Height 12”. Diameter 17”. 400/600

323.

SET OF FOUR BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS 19th Century With fine grass and flower design. Diameters 3.5”. With kiriwood box. 250/350

324.

SET OF NINE KAKIEMON PORCELAIN DISHES 20th Century In square form. Depicting Hotei with his treasure sack. 200/300

325.

FOURTEEN ASSORTED STUDIO PORCELAIN SAKE-RELATED ITEMS Six-piece sake set in a kiriwood box and eight sake cups contained in three kiriwood boxes. 100/200

326.

NINE PIECES OF ASSORTED BANKO WARE POTTERY Quail-form teapot, elephant-form teapot (lid as is), fruit-decorated covered sugar bowl, duck-form wine pot (no cover), two nodder figures, marbleized teapot (no cover), fruit-decorated teapot (cover chipped), and face-decorated teapot (no cover). 150/250

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327.

KYOTO POTTERY COVERED JAR Late 19th Century In the form of a Sarumawashi monkey seated on a large drum, mounted on a quadruped base. Potter’s mark on base. Height 12.25”. 400/600

328.

KYOTO POTTERY INCENSE BURNER Mid-19th Century In drum form with a tripod base. Pierced cover with rooster and hen finial. Diameter 5.5”. 300/500

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NINE PIECES OF ASSORTED KYOTO POTTERY 1) Wine pot with maple leaf design. 2) Leaf-form pitcher. 3) Treasure sack-form inkwell covered in a wisteria pattern. 4) Double gourd-form jar. 5) Ovoid jar with willow-tree design. 6) Drum-form box. 7) Three-lobed pierced vase. 8) Beehive-form writer’s coupe. 9) Covered ovoid jar with cherry tree design. 150/250

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TEN IMARI PORCELAIN ITEMS A bowl, diameter 6”, a covered bowl, diameter 5”, two tea cups, two pear-shape jars (no covers), a sauce dish, diameter 4.25”, a bowl, diameter 7.5”, a plate, diameter 7.5”, and a bottle/vase. 100/200

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FIVE POTTERY CHAWAN Decorated with a landscape design, a fan and flowers, a maple leaf, a blue and white floral design, and flowers with rafts. 250/350

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IMARI PORCELAIN CHARGER Late 19th Century With flower basket center surrounded by ho bird and flower border. Diameter 15.5”. 250/350

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THREE SETS OF IRO-NABESHIMA PORCELAIN DISHES BY IMAEMON Last Half of the 20th Century Fifteen signed items. 1) Five plates with scalloped edges. Decorated with red berries on blue branches. Signed on bases. Diameters 6”. With signed kiriwood box. 2) Three plates with red berries on green leaves. Signed on bases. Diameters 6.5”. With signed kiriwood box. 3) Five plates with red flowers on green and blue stems with pods and serrated leaves. Signed on bases. Diameters 6.5”. No box. 200/300

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TWO SIMILAR SATUSMA PORCELAIN KORO Last Half of the 20th Century Both in squat ovoid form with elephant-trunk-form handles and animal-form tripod base. Bodies with finely detailed chrysanthemum decoration and gilt highlights. Raised key fret banding at shoulders and on pierced, reticulated dome-top covers. Artistsigned on bases. Heights 4” and 6”. 300/500 THREE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century 1-2) Two Iro-Nabeshima signed by Imaemon. One in ball form with flowers and butterfly on a blue ground. Height 6”. The other in bottle form with cherry tree decoration. Height 9”. 3) Fukagawa blue and white hexagonal baluster-form vase. With mountain and landscape decoration. Signed on base. Height 12”. With original kiriwood box. 250/350 TWO SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASES Last Half of the 20th Century In baluster form. Decorated with finely detailed chrysanthemums and other flowers with gilt highlights. Differing signatures on bases. Heights 8.5” and 10.5”. 250/350

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SATSUMA PORCELAIN WINE POT AND FIVE MATCHING CUPS Second Half of the 20th Century Wine pot in squat ovoid form with bamboo and flower decoration. Bent bamboo handle. Height 4”. Cups in footed conical form. Heights 1.5”. Diameters 2.5”. 200/300

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EIGHT PIECES OF IRO-NABESHIMA PORCELAIN BY INAEMON 20th Century In a flowering branch pattern. Consisting of: one baluster-form vase, height 11”, one rectangular-form vase, height 10”, five 4.75” dishes, and a 3” cup with saucer. With two kiriwood boxes. 200/300

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SET OF SIX AO-KUTANI PORCELAIN CUPS 20th Century With grapevine design. Heights 4.25”. With original box. 150/250

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BASKETRY AND PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1910 In baluster form. With crane and pine tree design. Height 13.2”. 600/800

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PAIR OF RELIEF-DECORATED SATSUMA POTTERY VASES 19th Century In baluster form. With quail and millet design. Heights 16”. Mounted as table lamps. 800/1,200

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POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FIGURE OF FUKUROKUJU Late 19th Century Standing in a floral robe while holding his staff. Height 5”. 200/300

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TWO MINIATURE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASES Late Meiji Period 1) A toothpick with iris decoration. Two-character mark on base. Height 2.5”. 2) A late Satsuma vase with figural and floral panels on a blue ground. Height 2”. 250/350

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PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With enameled white spider chrysanthemums with gilt centers on a stippled cream ground. Relief gilt dragon about the body. Height 9”. 200/300

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SATSUMA VASE Late Meiji Period Figural and landscape panels on a gosu blue ground with gilt floral decoration. Shimazu family crest on base. Height 8”. 250/350

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BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Early 20th Century Depicting noblemen overlooking Lake Biwa. Diameter 10”. 100/150

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COLLECTION OF THIRTY BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS RELATING TO 20TH CENTURY WOODBLOCK PRINTS 400/600

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348. FOUR-PANEL TEA SCREEN Early 20th Century Depicting songbird, prunus, and bamboo on a gold ground. Overall 16.5” x 17”. 300/400 349. ZELKOVA STORAGE CABINET Late Meiji Period Front with figured zelkova veneer, four small drawers over three central doors. Sides without veneer. Each with carrying handle. Height 56”. Width 36.5”. Depth 17”. 500/700 350. RED LACQUER TANSU 20th Century With a series of six drawers employing stylized pine tree handles. Height 16.5”. Length 23.5”. 300/500 351. INLAID WOOD STEP-BACK JEWELRY BOX Late Meiji Period Upper case with six drawers, each with differing marquetry decoration in various wood veneers. Bottom with two half-drawers over a full length drawer with similar patterned drawer fronts. Base with metal corner mounts. Height 14”. Width 14”. Depth 7.5”. 300/400

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352. FOUR-PANEL TEA SCREEN Early 20th Century Depicting ladies at leisure on a gold ground. 36” x 64”. 1,000/1,200 353. THREE-PART KIRIWOOD TANSU Early 20th Century With a series of five drawers, two sliding doors, and two hinged doors concealing three sliding shelves. Height 62”. Width 37”. Depth 16.5”. 400/600 354. KIRIWOOD COIN CHEST 19th Century With three drawers and a hinged top (hinges missing). Height 9.25”. Length 12.5”. 300/400

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355. TWO-PANEL WOOD SCREEN Late Meiji Period Two hinged panels, each with a four-panel top and multi-slatted base. Height 69.5” x 75”. 400/600 356. ZELKOVA WOOD HIBACHI Late Meiji Period With dovetailed construction. Two small drawers at base. Copper insert and glass top. Height 11”. Width 27”. Depth 16”. 300/400 357. HARDWOOD HIBACHI Late 19th Century In rectangular form. With two drawers and copper-lined burner. Length 16.5”. 80/120 358. LACQUER-DECORATED CHEST With flower and stream landscape design. Top 24.5” x 35”. Height 18”.

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Circa 1975 300/500


100 Steps Yokohama

Prince Hotta Garden at Tokio

Three of approximately fifty images.

359. PHOTO ALBUM Circa 1910 Containing approximately fifty hand-colored photographs of landmarks. Each photograph is labeled in English. Photographs mostly 7.75” x 10.25”, protected by tissue guards between each page. Pietra dura-on-lacquer front cover depicting a man pulling a woman in a rickshaw with Mount Fuji in the distance. Spine in brown leather with “Japan” in gilt lettering. 11” x 14.25”. 400/600 View of Sacred Bridge at Nikko

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360. SIX WOOD MECHANICAL TOYS Early 20th Century Depicting comic figures at various pursuits: drinking, eating, singing, etc. Tallest 4.5”. 800/1,000 361. VINTAGE ASHIMOTO-ANDON (TEA CEREMONY FOOT LANTERN) Kyoto, Second Half of the 20th Century Tapered rectangular lantern with lacquered wood and tame-nuri frame, and bent bamboo handle. Height 19”. 150/250 362. IRON KURA ANDON (LANTERN) Late Meiji Period Mesh wire construction. On a chain. Top marked “Kyoma, FVA, 19”. Height 13”. 150/250

363. ELK HORN INCENSE HOLDER Meiji Period In cylindrical form. Wth incised decoration of a geisha in a floral kimono. Signed “Shimoogawa”. Height 9”. 200/300 364. TWO COMPOSITE SCULPTURES OF HOTEI WITH HIS TREASURE SACK 20th Century One holding beads while seated on a tiered plinth, height 7”, and the other standing with a bowl, height 6”. 200/300 365. THREE LIFE-SIZE MASKS A ceramic mask of Ebisu, a papier-mâché mask of a laughing man, and a papier-mâché mask of Kwannon. 300/400

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366. SILVER AND SILVER GILT TAKARABUNE (TREASURE SHIP) 20th Century With ho bird bow and decks strewn with coins, rice bales, and symbols of the Gods of Good Fortune. Silver mark on base. Length 9”. Approx. 24.0 troy oz. 300/500 367. SILVER SAKE CUP Taisho Period Inscribed in Japanese: “Dedicated in celebration of fifteen years anniversary of the Komori store.” Engraved with a scene of tortoise and bamboo. Diameter 3.5”. 150/200 368. SILVER BOX Dated 1955 In rectangular form. With engraved prunus, chrysanthemum, and iris design. Inscribed “With My Sincere Regards to Mrs. F.C. Crawford From Mr. Seiichiro Watanabe Director of Japan Special Steel Co. Tokyo 21st May 1955”. Length 5.25”. 200/300 369. THREE SILVER SAKE CUPS In graduated sizes. With mon design and calligraphy. Diameters 5.25” to 6.50”.

20th Century 200/300

370. FOUR SILVER WINE CUPS 20th Century Two with pine tree designs, one with bird and grasses design, and one with lake and mountain design. Heights 3.5”. 100/200

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371. TWO SILK TAPESTRIES Late Meiji Period 1) Flying cranes in a lotus-filled landscape. Scrolling gilt-thread borders. 64” x 90”. 2) Two central cranes surrounded by large chrysanthemums and a village landscape. Signed lower left in a seal with four-character marks and a censer with four other character marks. 111” x 81”. 500/1,000 372. SILK NEEDLEWORK Meiji Period Landscape with temples, cranes, and pine trees in golds, orange, and brown on a cream ground. 32” x 27”. Framed 34” x 29”. 300/400 373. 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. 200/300 374. BROCADE OBI In fan and flower design. 375. SILK OBI Depicts waves and wheels on a floral ground.

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376. IVORY FIGURE Late 19th Century In the form of a street performer running while balancing a pole in his left hand. Signed on inlaid lacquer plaque. Height 6.3”. Not available for international delivery. 250/350 377. IVORY FIGURE GROUP Meiji Period A family gathers around an infant, entertaining him with a dragonfly. Signed on inset lacquer plaque. Height 4.75”. Not available for international delivery. 500/700 378. IVORY OKIMONO Late 19th Century Depicts a man supporting his drunken fellow who sings while holding a flower sprig and sake barrel. Signed on inset lacquer plaque. Height 4.3”. Not available for international delivery. 400/500 379. MARINE IVORY FIGURE In the form of Fukurokuju. Signed. Height 4.35”. Not available for international delivery.

Meiji Period 400/500

380. IVORY OKIMONO Meiji Period In the form of a woman holding a jubako while accompanied by a youth. Signed on inlaid lacquer plaque. Height 3.5”. Not available for international delivery. 200/300

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381. IVORY FIGURE GROUP Depicting Ebisu and Daikoku laughing while contemplating a flute, sho, and drum. Height 4”. Not available for international delivery.

Meiji Period 800/1,000

382. IVORY FIGURE GROUP Meiji Period Depicting a man fighting with a crane while being attacked by a sparrow. Signed “Tomogyoku”. Length 3.5”. Not available for international delivery. 250/350 383. IVORY FIGURE Depicting Gama Sennin protecting two frogs from a snake. Signed. Height 4.25”. Not available for international delivery.

Meiji Period

384. CARVED WOOD CHALK LINE In boat form with wheel handle. Three-character signature on base. Length 8.5”. Not available for international delivery.

20th Century

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385. CARVED WOOD FIGURE Depicting Raiden seated beside a drum. Signed “Komin”. Length 3.25”.

Meiji Period 350/450

386. IVORY FIGURE Depicting Jo standing while holding a rake and a tortoise. Height 5”.

Meiji Period 250/350

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387. FIFTEEN-PIECE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TEA SET Meiji Period With floral, fan, and insect decoration. Includes a teapot, covered sugar bowl, and six teacups and saucers. Height of teapot 7”. 500/700

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388. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CHARGER Meiji Period With butterfly and lotus design. Diameter 12”. 200/400 389. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period In inverted pear shape with ribbed body. Decorated with floral rondels and butterflies. Height 12.75”. Mounted as a table lamp. 600/800 390. PAIR OF KYOTO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Meiji Period In tapered cylinder form. With delicate bird and flower design on a tomato red ground. Mount Fuji mark on base. Heights 12”. 200/300 72

391. FOUR ENAMEL-ON-COPPER BOXES 20th Century Two by Ando. Tiger design, length 4.5”, flowering tree design, length 6.75”, pomegranate design with undertray, length 7”, and floral design, length 5.6”. 400/600 392. ANDO ENAMEL-ON-COPPER VASE Circa 1930 In ovoid form with weeping cherry tree design. Ando mark on base. Diameter 9”. 300/400 393. SET OF FIVE IMARI PORCELAIN PLATES Circa 1830 In flower form with mandarin duck design. Diameters 8.5”. 200/300

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394. INLAID SENTOKU BRONZE VASE 19th Century With gold shakudo, silver, and copper sparrow and fruit tree design on one face; phoenix and paulownia design on reverse. Height 11.5”. 700/900 395. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period By Kumeno Teitaro. In meiping form. With wireless iris design on a white ground. Silver marks and signature on base. Height 8”. 500/700 396. ANDO RELIEF ENAMEL-ON-COPPER VASE Circa 1930 In inverted pear shape. With bird and pomegranate design. Height 9”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350 397. THREE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Mid-20th Century In inverted pear shape. With floral designs on a transparent red ground. Heights 7.3”. 400/600 398. CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL CANDLESTICK TABLE LAMP In open baluster form with dragon design. Height overall 33”.

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Early 20th Century 300/400

399. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ VASES With dragon rondel design on an aventurine ground. Heights 5”. 400. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED JAR With phoenix, bird, and flower medallion design. Height 5.6”.

Meiji Period 250/350 100/200

401. 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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402. PAIR OF KYOTO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Meiji Period In hexagonal form. With hawk, sparrow, and flower design on a midnight blue ground. Heights 14.5”. 600/800

403. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period In Kyoto style. With bird and flowering tree design on a midnight blue ground. Height 6”. 250/350

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404. THREE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL Meiji Period A 5.5” covered jar, a 2.75” circular covered box, and a 7.25” peonydecorated vase. 250/350

405. CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL VASE In pilgrim flask form with floral design. Height 12.5”.

Circa 1900 100/200

406. TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES A Saito vase with flowers on a red ground, height 4.5”, and a vase with flowers on a midnight blue ground, height 7.25”. 150/250 407. THREE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL 1) Transparent vase with dragon design. Height 2.4”. 2) Dove-decorated vase. Height 3.5”. 3) Covered jar in butterfly design. Height 4”. 250/350

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408. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PLATES Meiji Period With pheasant and flower design on one; crane and flower design on the other. Diameter 9.5”. 300/500

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409. 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”. 400/500 410. WIRELESS CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PANEL 20th Century In tones of red, pink, and white. 5.5” x 9.5”. 100/150 411. NINE PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL 19th/20th Century Four vases., the largest with ribbed body, height 6”. The others from 4” to 5” with metalic ground. A wine pot, height 6, an oval box with quail decoration, length 5”, and three covered koro, heights 4.5”. 300/400

412. TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES 20th Century 1) With iris decoration on a black ground. Signed on base. Height 5”. 2) A green ginbari vase with floral design and silver rim and foot. No signature found. Height 3.25”. 200/300 413. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Meiji Period With decoration of doves in flight on a black ground. Heights 3.5”. 250/350 414. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period In inverted pear shape. With floral rondel design. Height 4.8”. 150/200

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415. PAIR OF TREE-BARK ENAMEL PLATES With bird and flower design. Diameters 12”.

Meiji Period 300/400

416. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Meiji Period In seed form. With white and lavender iris design on a blue field. Height 7.25”. 250/350 417. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL JAR Meiji Period In ovoid form with dragon and flower designs. Diameter 7.5”. 200/300 418. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL STICK VASE With bird and flower design. Height 7”.

Meiji Period 150/250

419. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED JAR Meiji Period In ovoid form. With butterfly and flower design on a purple ground. Height 4.25”. 150/250 416

420. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TEAPOT Meiji Period In ovoid form. With bird and butterfly cartouches on a black floral ground. Length 5”. 200/300 421. CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL STAMP BOX Meiji Period With butterfly and flower design. Length 2.5”. 150/200

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422. FIVE-CASE GOLD LACQUER INRO Early 18th Century With figural landscape design. Length 3.3”. 600/700 423. FOUR-CASE BLACK LACQUER INRO Early 19th Century With high-relief figural landscape design. Ebonized ojime and ebony landscape-decorated netsuke. Length of inro 3.6”. 700/900 424. WOOD TONKOTSU 19th Century With decoration of dolls and a dog-form toy in gold lacquer. Length 3.25”. 250/350 425. THREE TABAKO-IRE Early 20th Century Leather with snail kanemono, length 4.6”, leather with gourd kanemono, length 2.5”, and textile with dragon kanemono, length 6”. 250/350 426. THREE STAGHORN OBIDOME 19th Century Two in fungus design, lengths 4” and 5.5”, and one in roof tile design, length 4.5”. 300/400

427. TWO METAL OJIME Meiji Period 1) Mixed metal in seed form with gilt metal floral and mon design, length 1”. 2) Silvered bronze in seed form with incised floral decoration, length .75”. 250/350 428. TABAKO-IRE Meiji Period Silk needlework dragon on a teal ground covered in clouds and flowers. Silver metal clasp in the form of a dragon and pearl with red cloisonné highlights. Purple silk lining. 3.5” x 5.5”. 200/300 429. THREE ANIMAL-RELATED NETSUKE Meiji Period 1) Ebony rat on an umbrella. Length 2.75”. 2) Wood rat on a palm nut. Length 2”. 3) Boxwood monkey with a tortoiseshell on his back, resting on a turtle. Height 1.5”. 300/500 430. BRONZE NETSUKE Early 19th Century In double gourd form. Length 2.6”. 100/200

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431. THREE MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND LACQUER INRO Late Meiji Period Some gilt highlights. 1) Five-case inro with grasshopper in a landscape. Height 2.25”. 2) Four-case inro with a crab on a nashiji ground. Height 2.5”. 3) Fivecase inro with deer on one face; landscape on reverse. Height 2.5”. 250/350 432. TWO CARVED ELK HORN INRO Late Meiji Period 1) Three-case inro with relief Daruma design. Height 4”. Cross section of horn plugged with wood netsuke. Length 1.75”. 2). Three-case inro with relief rooster design. Height 3”. Horn netsuke. Length 1”. 400/600 433. TWO CARVED ELK HORN INRO Late Meiji Period 1) Three-case inro with relief sumo design. Length 2.5”. 2) Three-case inro with toad on fungus design. Length 2”. 200/400

434. TWO CARVED ELK HORN INRO Late Meiji Period 1) Four-case inro with relief fu dog and treasure sack design. Length 4.75”. Horn cross-section netsuke. Length 0.75”. 2) Three-case inro with relief shoki and shishi design. Length 3.5”. Horn netsuke. Length 0.75”. 400/600 435. FOUR ASSORTED OBJECTS 1-2) Two wood fish-form sashi. One signed “Setsuzan”, length 8”; the other signed “Doji”, length 13”. 3-4) Two tonkotsu. One wood in jar form with relief decoration of a maiden playing a flute in the clouds, height 3”; the other bone in powder-horn form, length 7”. 300/400

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436. COLLECTION OF TEN CARVED OJIME Five turquoise ojime in brocade-ball form strung on a cord, diameters 0.25”, and five nut ojime in various cylindrical forms, heights 0.50” to 1.25”. 150/250 437. WOOD NETSUKE/OKIMONO Meiji Period In the form of a herdboy on a water buffalo. Signed on base. Height 6”. 200/300 438. THREE WOOD NETSUKE 19th-20th Century 1) In the form of two goats. Signed “Gyoku-seki”. Length 2”. 2) In the form of a lotus leaf. Diameter 3”. 3) In the form of a Chinese warrior with a halberd. Height 3.4”. 250/350

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439. IVORY NETSUKE 18th Century In the form of a sage, rockery, and peach branch. Length 1.6”. Not available for international delivery. 200/300

443. TWO LACQUERED TONKOTSU Late Meiji Period 1) Gilt lacquer in rectangular form with carved phoenix and dragon over waves. Length 4”. 2) Gourd form with lift top. Length 3.5”. 250/350

440. IVORY NETSUKE Early 19th Century In the form of a man lying on a partially unrolled scroll. Signed. Length 1.25”. Not available for international delivery. 500/600

444. FOUR WOOD NETSUKE Meiji Period 1) Boxwood Liu Hai with a three-legged toad on his head. Length 2.25”. And a cinnabar ojime with floral carving. Diameter .75”. 2) Ebony man in a kimono. Length 2”. 3) Wood Noh mask. Length 1.5”. 4) Ebony Fukurokuju. Length 3.5”. 250/350

441. BONE NETSUKE Mid-19th Century In the form of a rat with horn-inlaid eyes resting on a rice bale with loose-carved rat at base. Length 1.5”. 300/400 442. IVORY NETSUKE Meiji Period Fukurokuju seated with his staff. Height 2”. Not available for international delivery. 200/300

445. TWO BLACK CORAL NETSUKE Meiji Period One in the form of Fukurokuju, length 1.5”; the other in the form of a sennin holding a staff, length 2”. 200/300

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CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES

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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.

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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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446. COBALT BLUE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 18th Century In pear shape. Height 2”. Agate stopper. 250/350 447. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century With green prunus design on a café-au-lait ground. Height 2.4”. Stone stopper. 250/350 448. SPANGLE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In spade shape. With gold metallic flecked design. Height 2.5”. Simulated tortoiseshell stopper. 200/300 449. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In pear shape. With black floral design on a clear ground. Height 2.25”. Green glass stopper. 250/350 450. PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In pear shape. With rust-red depiction of Immortals. Four-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 2.75”. Coral stopper. 200/300

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451. UNDERGLAZE RED AND BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In cylinder form. With court scene decoration. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 2.8”. Agate stopper. 200/300 452. PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In cabbage form with realistic coloring. Length 2.75”. Blue stone stopper. 200/300 453. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE Mid-19th Century In cylinder form. With crab and lotus design. Height 3.5”. Simulated coral stopper. 250/350 454. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In flattened ovoid form. Height 2.25”. No stopper. 250/350

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455. AVENTURINE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In pear shape with a swirl design. Height 2”. Aventurine stopper. 200/300 456. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In flattened ovoid form. With lady and willow tree landscape design. Height 2.5”. Aventurine stopper. 300/500 457. GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century Simulating green jadeite. Height 2.1”. Simulated coral stopper. 200/300 458. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS PORTRAIT SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In flattened ovoid form. With bust portrait of a scholar on one face; calligraphy on the reverse. Height 1.8” Green stone stopper. 600/800

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459. TURQUOISE SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In spade shape. With relief-carved bird and flowering tree design. Conforming stopper. Height 2.3”. 350/450 460. LAPIS LAZULI SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of a leaping carp. Height 2.1”. With pearlform stopper. 300/400 461. AMETHYST SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In spade shape. With finely carved fish and lotus design. Conforming stopper. Height 2.25”. 350/450 462. ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In spade shape. With a finely carved carp design. Height 2.5”. Amethyst stopper. 250/350 463. PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SNUFF BOTTLES Early 20th Century In cylinder form. With five-claw dragon design. Height 2.25”. One cloisonné enamel stopper. 300/400

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464. PIERCED SILVER AND SILVER-GILT SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In pilgrim flask form. With four-claw dragon medallions on a vine ground. Conforming stopper with inset coral bead. Height 3”. 800/1,200 465. IVORY SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1860 In temple jar form. With figural landscape carving and a conforming stopper. Height 3.75”. Not available for international delivery. 500/700 466. BEIJING ENAMEL SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form. With pink and white landscape design. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 1.8”. Gilt-metal stopper. 400/500 467. INLAID POLYCHROME IVORY SNUFF BOTTLE Japanese, Meiji Period In temple jar form. With figural landscape design between burgauté bands. Conforming stopper. Height 3.2”. Not available for international delivery. 300/400

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468. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In cylinder form. With sage and warrior design. Height 3.25”. No stopper. 200/300 469. CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN MEDICINE JAR CONVERTED TO A SNUFF BOTTLE 18th Century Jar In ovoid form. Height 2.25”. Adapted stopper. 200/300 470. GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In flattened ovoid form simulating agate. Height 2.5”. Simulated coral stopper. 100/200 471. GREEN, GRAY, AND BROWN STONE SNUFF BOTTLE In elongated ovoid form. Height 2.75”. Agate stopper. 200/300 472. TWO CARVED STAGHORN SNUFF BOTTLES Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Cylindrical form with a dragon over waves on a lotus base. Conforming ball-form stopper. Height 5”. 2) Duck with outstretched wings on a boat. Conforming stopper. Height 4”. 200/300

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473. GREEN JADE SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In ovoid form with well-hollowed body. Height 2.25” Jade stopper. 400/500 474. WHITE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape. Height 1.75”. Amber glass stopper.

Late 19th Century 300/400

475. SPINACH GREEN JADE SNUFF BOTTLE Early 19th Century In the form of a reclining lion. Well-hollowed body and finely carved details. Length 3”. No stopper. 1,000/1,500 476. GREEN JADE SNUFF BOTTLE In melon form. Height 2.3”. Jadeite stopper.

Early 20th Century 300/400

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477. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In pear shape with mask handles. Height 2.5”. Carnelian stopper.

Late 19th Century 250/350

478. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In rectangular form with engraved outline. Height 2.1”. Agate stopper.

Late 19th Century 200/300

479. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In pilgrim flask form. Height 2”. Green jade stopper.

Late 19th Century 200/300

480. CARNELIAN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape with mask and mock ring handles. Height 2”. Simulated coral stopper.

Late 19th Century 250/350

481. THREE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES 19th/20th Century 1) Oversize Beijing glass in flattened ovoid form. With pink cut-to-clear decoration. Height 3.5”. No stopper. 2). Flattened ovoid form with interior-painted landscape decoration and black mock ring handles. Signed. Conforming stopper. Height 2.5”. 3) Carp and seagrasses overlay design in red on a snowflake ground. Height 2.5”. 250/350

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482. PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE In cylinder form. With red four-claw dragon design. Height 3.1”. No stopper.

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483. POLYCHROME PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In double gourd form. With butterfly and fruit design on a turquoise ground. Height 2.75”.Carnelian stopper. 250/350 484. MOLDED PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In spade shape. With relief turquoise and yellow phoenix and dragon. Height 2.75”. Green stone stopper. 150/250 485. UNDERGLAZE RED AND BLUE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In cylinder form. With court scene design. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 3”. Agate stopper. 100/200 486. WOOD DOUBLE SNUFF BOTTLE In the form of two bean pods with a loose carved bean at its base. Height 2”. One wood stopper.

Circa 1900 250/350

487. THREE BURGAUTÉ LACQUER SNUFF BOTTLES Early 20th Century Each with mother-of-pearl floral decoration on a black ground. 1) Temple jar form with confirming stopper. Height 3”. 2) Bottle/vase form with conforming stopper. Height 2.5”. 3) Flask form with conforming stopper. Height 2.25”. 250/350 488. TWO SNUFF BOTTLES Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Blue and white porcelain in meiping form. Overglazed decoration of a horse in landscape. All on a café-au-lait ground. Height 3”. Aventurine stopper. 2) Agate in ovoid form. With relief decoration of a boy playing with a bat. Height 2.5”. Green stone stopper. 250/350 489. CINNABAR SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In ovoid form. With relief-carved figural decoration. Four-character mark on base. Conforming stopper. Height 2.5”. 200/300 490. TWO WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES 20th Century 1) Ovoid form. With five-claw dragon and cloud design. Three-character mark on base. Height 3”. Green jade stopper. 2) Ovoid form. Decorated with birds in a landscape. Molded mock ring handles. Three-character mark on base. Height 2.5”. Green jade stopper. 200/300

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491. AMETHYST SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In spade shape. With relief-carved rooster and hen design. Height 2”. Amethyst stopper. 300/400

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495. CAMEO AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. With frog, dragonfly, and lotus carving. Height 2.25”. Glass stopper. 300/500

492. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE 496. RARE BLUE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century Early 20th Century In ovoid form with raised handles. Black cloud-like In rectangular form with black and gray markings. inclusions. Height 1.75”. Glass stopper. 250/350 Height 2.25”. Glass stopper. 300/500 493. PINK STONE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of two leaping carp. Height 2.25”. Turquoise stopper. 200/300

497. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form with mask handles. Height 2.1”. Agate stopper. 250/300

19th Century 494. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE 498. CAMEO AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form. With relief depiction of two Late 19th Century sages playing Go. Height 2”. Jadeite stopper. 500/700 In elongated ovoid form. With gray and tan markings. Height 2”. Gray stone stopper. 150/200 499. BLACK AND WHITE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. Height 2.25” Agate stopper. 200/300

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500. ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In elongated ovoid form. With relief figural design. Height 2.5”. Agate stopper. 300/400 501. LAPIS LAZULI SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In spade shape. With relief carving of a carp and maiden. Height 1.8”. Blue stone stopper 150/200 502. ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In spade shape. With black hairlike inclusions. Height 2”. Red stone stopper. 250/350 503. LAPIS LAZULI SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In pilgrim flask form. With bat and ruyi carving on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Height 2”. Simulated coral stopper. 350/450 504. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1900 In flattened ovoid form. With black grasshopper and pea pod design on a white ground. Height 2.2”. No stopper. 250/350

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505. MINIATURE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In flattened ovoid form. With sepia landscape design. Height 1.3”. No stopper. 100/200 506. GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form simulating agate. Height 2.5”. Ivory stopper. Not available for international delivery. 100/200 507. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS MASTER SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form with landscape designs. Height 3.6”. Glass stopper. 200/300 508. GREEN STONE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In spade shape with conforming stopper. Height 2.5”. 150/200

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509. CELADON AND RUSSET JADE SNUFF BOTTLE Circa 1920 In rectangular form. With silver footring. Height 2.75”. No stopper. 1,000/1,500

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510. PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In rectangular form. With seal design in milk white. Height 2.5”. Puddingstone stopper. 200/300 511. GRAY JADE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In spade shape. Height 2.25”. Glass stopper. 200/300 512. CHALCEDONY AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century In ovoid form with black-on-brown markings. Height 2.25”. Simulated coral stopper. 200/300 513. INLAID GILT-METAL SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form. With stylized floral design set with coral and turquoise. Conforming stopper. Height 3.25”. 100/200

515. BEIJING YELLOW PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form with blue dragon and rockery decoration. Three-character mark on base. Height 2.5”. Green stone stopper. 200/300 516. BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 19th Century In cylinder form. With figural landscape design. Underglaze blue character mark on base. Height 3”. No stopper. 200/300 517. ROOT AMBER SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In bird and tree stump form. Height 2.5” Glass stopper. 250/350

514. INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS MASTER SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form. With landscape design on one face; flowers on the reverse. Height 3.6”. Glass stopper. 200/300

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518. DOUBLE OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In ovoid form. With bronze vessel design in blue and white on a pale lavender ground. Height 2.4”. Glass stopper. 300/400 519. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape. With pink and white mask and mock ring handles and mask design on a white ground. Height 2.75”. Glass stopper. 250/350 520. FOUR-COLOR OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In pear shape. With red, blue, yellow, and white crane and lotus design on an opalescent ground. Height 2.25”. Glass stopper. 300/400 521. OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape. With herdboy, water buffalo, sage, and goose design in red on a yellow ground. Height 2.5”. Stone stopper. 250/350 522. AMBER GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form Height 2.75”. Malachite stopper. 100/200

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523. TWO-COLOR GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of a carp with red and opalescent glass. Length 3”. Glass stopper. 150/200 524. OPAL SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of a leaping carp holding a pearl in its mouth. Height 2.7”. Pearl-form stopper. 200/300 525. WHITE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form simulating white jade. Height 2.8”. Glass stopper. 200/300 526. SOAPSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of a sage with a young boy at his side. Seal-cut base. Height 3.25”. Red stone stopper. 200/250 527. OVERLAY GLASS MASTER SNUFF BOTTLE Early 20th Century In flattened ovoid form. With blue crane, deer, and pine tree design on a milk white ground. Silvermounted neck and stopper. Height 4.75”. 250/350

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528. SINO-TIBETAN BRONZE FIGURE 18th/19th Century Depicting Buddha standing on a rectangular platform. With separate flame mandala. Height. 7.5”. 700/900 529. SINO-TIBETAN GILT-BRONZE FIGURE Depicting Mahakala, with six arms, dancing on elephant-headed figures. With flame-form mandala. Height 9.2”. 700/900 530. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA 18th/19th Century Seated in Earth Touching position while holding an alms bowl. All on a lotus-form base. Highlighted gilt dragon decoration to robes. Engraved lotus flower on base. Height 5.5”. 400/600

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531. GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF A TAPIR 18th/19th Century With engraved scrolling decoration about the body. Height 4.5”. Length 8”. 500/700 532. SMALL ROSEWOOD CURIO DISPLAY SHELF 20th Century In openwork horseshoe form. Four tiers on a rectangular base with scrolled feet. Height 12”. Length 11”. Depth 2.75”. 200/250 533. TWO CARVED BUDDHA’S HAND FRUITS One rosewood, length 5”, the other green jadeite with applied jadeite leaves, length 5”. 300/400 534. TWO RED AND GOLD LACQUER-ON-PIGSKIN BOXES Early 20th Century Both in rectangular form with figural landscape designs. 8” x 13.5” and 3.75” x 5.4”. 200/300

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535. BRONZE COVERED CENSER 18th/19th Century In ovoid form with tripod base. Elephant’s-head handles and domed cover with qilin finial. Fourcharacter Ming mark on base. Length 7.5”. 800/1,200 536. BRONZE CENSER Circa 1900 In ovoid form with carp handles. Circular four-character seal on base. Length 6.25”. 500/700 537. BRONZE CENSER In ovoid form. With tripod base and loop handles. Four-character mark on base. Length 8.75”. 1,200/1,800

538. 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”. 500/700 539. BRONZE BRUSH POT 20th Century In cylinder form. With relief figural landscape design. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 5.25”. 400/500 540. SINO-TIBETAN REPOUSSÉ COPPER MANDALA With Tibetan script at base. Relief Buddhist figures at the corners. 10” x 8”. 100/200 541. PAIR OF CARVED HORN CUPS With landscape and Ganesha cartouches. Heights 4”. 300/500 542. ENAMEL-ON-SILVER METAL MIRROR 19th Century Oval with figural and bird decoration. Length 19”. 300/400 543. DREAMSTONE TILE With a natural pattern suggesting mountain peaks. Calligraphy at top center. 8” x 7.5”. 200/300

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544. BRASS CENSER Early 20th Century In ovoid form with tripod base. Animalistic handles. Domed cover with fu lion finial. Separate circular base. Height overall 17.25”. 350/450 545. BRONZE VASE In trumpet form with relief lion design. Height 11.5”.

19th Century 450/550

546. BRONZE VASE 19th Century In rouleau form. With mask and loose-ring handles. Carved lappet decoration. Height 18.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. Height overall 27.5”. 1,100/1,500 547. COPPER-BRONZE FIGURE OF TARA Seated on a lotus throne. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 5.7”. 300/500 548. BRONZE FIGURE OF A DEITY Depicted resting on a peacock. Height 10.5”.

300/400

549. BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated in Earth-Touching posture with a beggar’s bowl in his lap. Height 8”.

300/500

550. BRONZE BELT HANGER 17th/18th Century Rectangular top carved with mask design. Hinged crescent-form lower section with bat and Endless Knot design. Length 3.75”. 250/350 546

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551. HONGMU STAND WITH DREAMSTONE TOP Early 20th Century In rectangular form. With scrolled legs and openwork apron. Length 11.5”. 350/450 552. BRONZE DING 18th/19th Century In ovoid form. With tripod base, cylindrical neck, and upswept handles. Body decorated with waves, monkeys, and phoenix. Height 7.75”. 600/800 553. BRONZE CENSER 19th Century In ovoid form with tripod base and upswept handles. Pierced cover with lion finial. Height 16.25”. 500/700 554. PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE OF A WARRIOR 20th Century Standing while holding a box. Traces of gilding to his robes. Metal base with traces of red paint. Height of figure 15”. Mounted as a table lamp. Overall height 36”. Width 9”. Depth 9”. 500/700 555. THREE BRONZE CENSERS 1) Ovoid form with silver-wire inlay and elephant’shead handles. Length 6.8”. 2) Ovoid form. Diameter 3.5”. 3) With lion’s-head handles. Length 10”. 450/650 556. INDIAN BRONZE MIXED-METAL BOWL Late 19th Century Brass bowl with raised silver deity cartouches about the body. Copper bosses at rim and foot. Height 2.5”. Diameter 4.5”. 200/300 557. BRONZE FIGURE OF GUANYIN 19th Century Seated while holding an infant. On a wave and lotus base 400/600

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559. BRONZE FIGURE OF A DEITY Seated in Earth-Touching posture on a lotus base. Height 13.5”. 1,000/1,500 560. BRONZE FIGURE OF A DEITY Seated on a rockery base with traces of gilding. Height 9.75”. 800/1,000 561. BRONZE CENSER In the form of a reclining ram. With ruyi-design trappings. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Length 11.25”. 500/700

562. THREE METAL VESSELS 20th Century 1) Hand-hammered copper footed jardinière with applied elephant’s-trunk handles. Height 11”. 2) Tripod metal basin. Height 8”. Diameter 16”. 3) Waisted bronze vase with elephant handles. Height 12”. 200/400 563. THREE CAST-METAL SCULPTURES 20th Century After earlier examples. A horse and rider on plinth, height 8”, a herdboy on an ox with base, height 4”, and a miniature animalistic-form vessel on four legs, height 2”. 200/300 564. BRONZE GU-FORM VASE 19th Century With relief archaic decoration. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp on a wood base. 300/400 565. BRONZE KRISHNA FIGURE Height 3”. Mounted on a black slate base. 200/300

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570. BRONZE CENSER 19th Century 566. BRONZE CENSER In ovoid form. With conforming pierced cover in In guardian lion form. Elaborately caparisoned with lotus flower form. Height 4”. 200/300 a saddle blanket beneath a pierced, domed cover with lion finial. Traces of gilding. Length 10.25”. 571. BRONZE FIGURE OF THE HINDU GOD KRISHNA 800/1,000 20th Century Standing on a lotus-form base. Height 11”. 200/250 567. BRONZE CENSER In ovoid form with lion’s-head handles. Four-character 572. THREE CHINESE/INDIAN BRASS LOCKS 20th Century Xuande mark on base. Length 5.5”. 400/600 Each in figural form. Lengths 3”. Together with a large brass lock, length 4.5”, no key. 100/200 568. BRONZE CENSER In six-lobed ovoid form. With cloud-design handles. 573. FOURTEEN INDIAN BRONZE OBJECTS Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Length 7.7”. Including six seals, five figures of Ganesha, and three 500/700 other deity figures. Height of tallest figure 2.5”. 569. BRONZE CENSER 400/500 In ovoid form. With trigrams design and dragon handles. Four-character Xuande mark on base. Length 6.25”. 500/700

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574. BRONZE CENSER 19th/20th Century In ovoid form with tripod base and loop handles. Twocharacter mark on base. Length 6.5”. 800/1,000 575. BIDRI METAL BOTTLE/VASE Circa 1900 In ovoid form with cylindrical neck. With stylized flower and lattice design. Height 9”. 400/600 576. BRONZE MIRROR Tang Style With lion and crane center surrounded by birds and grapes. Diameter 6.25”. 400/600

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580. THREE MINIATURE BRONZE FIGURES 19th Century 1-2) A pair of seated figures, that reveal anatomically correct features when turned over. Heights 2”. 3) A standing Buddha holding his treasure sack. Height 2”. 200/250 581. BRONZE MIRROR Possibly Tang Dynasty In a stylized floral design. Diameter 2.8”. 150/250

577. BRONZE BUST 20th Century Depicting a gentleman wearing Western clothing. Height 12”. 900/1,200 578. PERSIAN BRASS COVERED BOWL Late 19th Century In waisted ovoid form with two handles. With ribbed, scrolled, and banded decoration. Cover with onionform finial. Height 10”. 200/300 579. 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”. 200/300

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582. BRONZE FIGURE OF A FEMALE DEITY 585. MAP OF NANKIN Circa 1935 Seated on a double lotus throne with elaborate With identification of buildings and landmarks. headdress and jeweled costume. Height 13.75”. 30” x 21.5”. With original folder. 300/400 1,000/1,500 586. FOUR ASSORTED OBJECTS 583. BRONZE JARDINIÈRE Late 19th Century A cizhou pottery bottle/vase, height 7.5”, two mud In square form. With two figures of men supporting pottery figure groups, heights 3.5” and 6”, and a it on either side. Seal mark on base. Height 5.25”. wood figure of Guanyin, height 6.5”. 150/250 Length across men 8”. 400/600 587. SIX THAI TEMPLE RUBBINGS

584. PAIR OF PEWTER AND BRASS TWO-SECTION BOXES In black on white and in gold on black. Sizes vary. 19th Century 100/200 In cylinder form with finely engraved lohan design. 588. LARGE COLLECTION OF THAI TEMPLE RUBBINGS Diameter 4”. 450/650 In black on white and in gold on black. 100/200

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589. PIETRA DURA-INLAID BOX In hongmu with figural design. Length 10.25”. 500/700 590. COLLECTION OF ASSORTED ROLLED PRAYERS 20th Century In a wood box. 800/1,200 591. COLLECTION OF 1930S PAPER MONEY In ten customs gold unit dominations.

800/1,000

592. APPROXIMATELY TWENTY-TWO PIECES OF EMBROIDERED SILK TEXTILES 19th and 20th Century Many single and pairs of sleeve bands (some with Forbidden Stitch and gilt threadwork), a large purse made from skirt remnants, a pair of rondels, a figural landscape panel on gold silk, a cream-colored remnant with peony and other floral sprays, and two gilt threadwork panels in poor condition. Smallest is 8” diameter to the largest, 22” x 30”. Together with a black and red obi and a cotton embroidered petticoat. 200/300

593. VIETNAMESE NEEDLEWORK Dated 1952 Depicting two figures approaching a temple. Signed lower left. 15” x 19.5”. Matted and framed. 150/250 594. SILK EMBROIDERED SLEEVE BAND Late 19th Century With central phoenix decoration surrounded by figures in a landscape. All punctuated by gilt threadwork and a brocade border. 21.5” x 6.75”. Framed 25” x 10”. Together with two 20th Century colorful needleworks on a teal silk. Framed 12” x 10.5”. 200/300 595. SILK NEEDLEWORK PANEL Late 19th Century With butterfly, flower, and grape design. 14” x 82”. Framed. Together with a pair of silk needlework sleeve bands in figural landscape design. 350/550

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596. PALE LAVENDER SILK BROCADE JACKET Circa 1900 With butterfly and flower design. Embroidered blue butterfly, bat, and gourd decoration on black silk trim. Gold metal buttons with butterfly design. Light blue silk lining. Length 30”. 50” across arms. 400/600

597. SILK NEEDLEWORK PANEL 19th Century Embroidered exotic birds in a floral landscape, all stitched on a cream silk ground. Embroidered blue floral border. Framed 26” x 37”. 400/600 598. SILK NEEDLEWORK EMBROIDERED PANEL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Forbidden Stitchwork peony surrounded by gilt threadwork and needlework flowers on a blue ground. Silk brocade borders. 10” x 8”. Framed 18” x 17”. 200/300

599. FOUR BROCADE PANELS Each 16.5” x 7.5”.

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600. SIX PIECES OF SILK NEEDLEWORK Late 19th Century Three pairs of sleeve bands, two single sleeve bands, and one figural panel. 250/350 601. FOUR SILK AND METALLIC THREADWORK SLEEVE BANDS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Three with Forbidden Stitchwork depicting flowers and vessels. One in a gold floral design. 200/250

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602. WANG HING & CO. EXPORT SILVER FISH SERVICE Hong Kong, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Six each, forks and knives. Tines and blades silver. Hollow handles decorated with dragons. Lengths of knives 8”. In a later fitted leather case. 800/1,200

603. SILVER AND SILVER-GILT BABYLOCK PENDANT With high-relief dragon on one face; phoenix on reverse. Length 4.25”. 600/900

604. TWO SILVER HAIRPINS 18th/19th Century In hourglass form with floral designs. Lengths 3.75” and 4”. 300/400 605. SILVER BOX First Half of the 20th Century In cylindrical form. Cover and base fitted with a Chinese dollar with the face of Yuan Shikai (a 20th Century Chinese government official). Body decorated with engraved dragon and phoenix design. Height 2.5”. Diameter 1.5”. 250/350

606. SILVER HANGING INCENSE BURNER Late 19th/Early 20th Century In ball form. With alternating phoenix and pierced floral decoration. Gyroscopic interior. Diameter 2.5”. 250/350 607. NINE SILK NEEDLEWORK PANELS 20th Century 1-4) Four with butterfly and flower design. 5-6) Two in bird and flower design. 7) One in lion design. 8) One in bat and flower design. 9) One in bird, flower, and vase design. Approx. 16” x 14”. 250/350 608. SILK EMBROIDERED ROBE 20th Century With floral rondels on a yellow ground. 200/300

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609. KOREAN CELADON STONEWARE BOWL Koryo Dynasty With concentric ring design. Diameter 6”. 250/350

614. TEN KOREAN BRASSWORK ITEMS Seven pricket candlesticks, two censers, and a threepart warming set. 200/300

610. KOREAN CELADON BOWL Koryo Dynasty With rich blue-green glaze. Diameter 7.2”. 200/300

615. THREE KOREAN BLUE GLAZE PORCELAIN WATER DROPPERS Yi Dynasty In fish form. Lengths approximately 3”. 300/500

611. KOREAN CELADON POTTERY VASE Koryo Dynasty In baluster form with stylized bird design. Height 9.75”. Purchased in 1971. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 600/800 612. KOREAN PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century Depicting standing Buddha with four attendant figures. 27.5” x 17.5”. Mounted. 300/500 613. KOREAN PERSIMMON WOOD COSMETIC BOX Early 20th Century With white metal mounts, mirrored lift top, and a single drawer. Length 6.25”. 200/300

611

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616

616. KOREAN FOLK PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Taken from a ten-panel screen. Depicting a Yi Dynasty sea battle involving 548 ships around a central flagship. 12” x 45.25”. Separate colophon. Framed 18” x 58”. 700/900 617. THREE KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN VESSELS 20th Century 1) Bottle/vase with bamboo-form stem. 2) Squat ovoid vase with floral decoration and applied cicadas about the shoulder. 3) Pierced covered censer with bird decoration, upswept handles, and animalistic tripod base. Height 7”. 200/400 618. KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century With incised crane decoration. Signature on foot. Height 2.5”. Diameter 8.5”. 200/300 619. PAIR OF MIXED-METAL MECHANICAL PRICKET CANDLESTICKS Possibly Korean, Early 20th Century Circular aluminum bases with stippled decoration. Turned brass stems with mechanical pricket tops. Heights 24”. Diameters of bases 9”. 200/300

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620

620. UNUSUAL JAPANESE ENGRAVED GLASS TABLE SCREEN Early 20th Century Depicting a boatman approaching a tea house with distant sailboats and islands. Height 14.25”. 200/300

Reverse of 620

621. PAIR OF BEIJING OVERLAY GLASS VASES Early 20th Century In inverted pear shape. With imperial-style faceting in turquoise-cut-to-milk white. Heights 8”. 800/1,000

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WESTERNIZATION IN JAPAN

The Black Ship (kurofune) was the name given to the Western vessels arriving in Japan in the 16th and 19th Centuries. The first Portuguese ships arriving in 1543 engaged in trade, and their hulls were painted black with pitch. The label was reinforced three centuries later when the US Naval ships arrived with coal-fired steam engines that spewed black smoke. In 1639, a rebellion in Japan was blamed on the Christian influence and the Tokugawa shogunate retreated into isolationism for 250 years (1600-1868). In 1853 when the US Navy arrived in the bay of Edo and threatened to attack if Japan did not open to Western trade, Japan reopened to international dialogue after more than two centuries of isolation. Japan changed more from 1853-1900 than they had in the three centuries of Tokugawa control. They restored the Emperor (Meiji) to power, ending the power of the shoguns. The Western threat to Japanese sovereignty pressured the new Meiji leadership to execute change that was rapid and revolutionary. Modernization through deliberate study, borrowing, and adaptation of Western political, military, technological, and social forms took place. Japan was transformed into an industrial power with a constitution, a parliament, a compulsory educational system, a modern army and navy, roads, trains, and telegraph in less than fifty years. Translations of Western books were introduced along with 3,000 foreign teachers. Western dress replaced ceremonial robes among the court nobles and businessmen. Men began wearing hats and carrying pocket watches and umbrellas and short haircuts replaced the traditional top knots. Women in the cities no longer blackened their teeth or shaved their eyebrows. And imported wool was used for coats and shawls. Oil painting was introduced during the Meiji Period just when Van Gogh organized an exhibition of Japanese prints at Arles and Western appreciation for traditional Japanese art was high. By the end of the 19th Century, some were concerned that their efforts to Westernize had gone too far.

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ASIAN ART SESSION II

Lots 701-1260

CHINESE (mostly)

Pottery & Porcelain 701-791, 794-798, 938-1059 Jade, Jadeite, Hardstone, Turquoise, Serpentine, Soapstone, Tiger’s Eye, Agate, Lapis Lazuli & Rock Crystal 799-937 Paintings 1060-1126 Furnishings 1127-1147 Hongmu, Zitan, Rootwood, Sandalwood & Boxwood 1148-1170, 1173-1176 Cinnabar/Lacquer 1190-1200 Jewelry 1201-1218

Enamel Cloisonné & Champlevé 1219-1248 Rugs 1249-1251 Scholar’s 1252-1260

THAI 1181

INDIAN

1096, 1156, 1217 Lot 1033 one of a pair

TIBETAN 1182-1189

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Lot 809

CHINESE JADE ‘Soft, smooth and glossy, it appeared to them like benevolence; fine, compact and strong - like intelligence’ ~ Attributed to Confucius (about 551-479 BC)

The history of jade is as long as the Chinese civilization. Archaeologists have found jade objects from the early Neolithic period (about 5000 BC). Jade has always been highly prized by the Chinese, above silver and gold. Recent archaeological finds in many parts of China have revealed not only the antiquity of the skill of jade carving, but also the extraordinary levels of development it achieved at a very early date. It was used to create ornaments, ceremonial weapons, and ritual objects. Jade was popular with kings and nobles and was buried with them in their tombs so it became associated with royalty and status. In Imperial China the First Prize for athletes was jade, Second Prize was gold and Third Prize was ivory. This imperial gem of both Heaven and Earth has always been empowered with magical properties, at least in the minds of the Chinese. Taoist alchemist believed it to be the Philosopher’s Stone. Jade was also considered a guardian against illness and evil spirits, which is why even babies in China are given a tiny jade bangle to wear to ward off bad luck. In the Han dynasty, emperors were buried in jade gowns and jade cicadas were placed on dead kings’ tongues to prevent decomposition and safeguard chi or energy. Ancient Chinese believed that if people are buried with a piece of jade in their mouth, they would continue to enjoy what they had when they were alive. Towards the end of the Tang Dynasty, funerary practices changed and by the time the modern Ming and Qing dynasties rolled around in the 16th century, the stone was primarily used as material for objets d’art of the imperial court. The Chinese associated jade with five virtues: charity, rectitude, wisdom, courage, and equity.

As the Chinese saying goes, “Gold has a value; jade is invaluable”.

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ASIAN ART SESSION II

701

702

703

701.

FLAMBÉ RED PORCELAIN VASE In seed form. Sans cover. Height 10”.

18th Century 500/1,000

702.

PEACHBLOOM PORCELAIN VASE In mallet form. Height 8”.

19th Century 300/500

703.

MIRROR BLACK PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE 18th Century With squat ovoid body and cylindrical neck. On a slightly raised foot. Six-character Kangxi mark and double ring at base. Height 11”. 800/1,000

704.

CIZHOU POTTERY VASE Circa 1900 In bladder form. With bird and flowering tree branch design on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Height 10.25”. 350/450 704

705.

TEADUST GLAZE PORCELAIN BOTTLE/VASE Early 20th Century In meiping form. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 9”. 350/450

706.

ROBIN’S-EGG BLUE PORCELAIN VASE In seed form. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp. 200/300

707.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE In inverted pear shape with trumpet mouth. Height 12.75”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

705

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708

709

710

708.

GUAN WARE PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with garlic mouth. Height 6.5”.

19th Century 2,000/2,500

709.

GUAN WARE PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with cylindrical handles. Height 9.5”.

20th Century 500/700

710.

UNUSUALLY SMALL GUAN WARE PORCELAIN NARCISSUS VASE 20th Century In inverted pear shape. With bulb-form central mouth and side ancillary spouts. Height 5.75”. 200/300

711.

CIZHOU POTTERY VASE In baluster form with elephant’s-head handles. With decoration of ducks on a floral ground. Height 17”. 400/600

712.

GREEN GLAZE POTTERY WRITER’S COUPE Ming Dynasty In bat form. With unusual foliate mark on base. Length 2.8”. 250/350

713.

POTTERY TOMB FIGURE Ming Dynasty In the form of an attendant holding an offering. Height 7.5”. 250/350

714.

TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN PLANTER Early 20th Century In rectangular form. With relief passionflower design. Length 9.25”. 250/350

711

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715 pair

715.

PAIR OF POTTERY PLAQUES Possibly Song Dynasty Depicting musicians. One playing a flute and one playing a drum. Lengths 11.5”. 600/800

716

717

716.

CIZHOU POTTERY JAR 19th Century In ovoid form. With stylized floral design in black-brown on a white ground. Height 7.5”. 300/400

717.

JUNYAO POTTERY BOWL In hemisphere form. With lavender splash on a turquoise ground. Diameter 7”.

718.

CARVED CELADON BOWL In bell form. With five-claw dragon and cloud design. Diameter 4.75”.

719.

PAIR OF TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century In baluster form. With relief bird and flower design. Marked “China” on base. Height 9.5”. 250/350

720.

UNUSUAL RED CORAL GLAZE PORCELAIN DISH 20th Century With incised five-claw dragon design. Six-character Ming mark on base. Diameter 8.5”. 250/350

721.

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS Late 19th Century With bird, butterfly, and flower design. Four-character Guangxu mark on base. Heights 6.75”. 250/350 To view color images and condition reports for all lots please visit www.eldreds.com.

Ming Style 300/500 250/350

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722.

PAIR OF POTTERY FIGURES Ming Dynasty In the form of attendants on hexagonal platforms. Heights 14.25”. 350/450

722 pair

723

108

724

723.

DARK GREEN GLAZE POTTERY BOWL Early 19th Century Exterior with applied bosses, the larger ones with figural mask design. Yellow-glazed interior. Height 3”. Diameter 8”. 600/800

724.

POTTERY FIGURE Depicting a standing attendant holding a gong. Height 9.25”.

725.

ZHANGZHOU PORCELAIN DISH Possibly Ming Dynasty With iron red, green, and blue and brown floral decoration. Diameter 10”. 300/400

726.

TWO THAI SUKHOTHAI WARE POTTERY BOWLS Possibly 17th Century Both with brown floral decoration on cream slip. Diameters 3” and 3.75”. 250/350

727.

TWO THAI SAWANKHALOK CELADON POTTERY BOWLS Possibly 14th Century 1) With incised floral center. Height 3”. Diameter 5.75”. 2) With a crackled glaze. Height 2.25”. Diameter 4.5”. 300/500

728.

GUAN WARE PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form. Height 14.5”.

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Ming Dynasty 250/350

19th Century 450/550


729

731

730

729.

JUNYAO PORCELAIN CENSER In squat ovoid form with everted rim. Diameter 3.5”.

730.

CELADON STONEWARE FOOTED CUP In ovoid form with saucer base. Diameter 5”.

731.

GUAN WARE PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE In beehive form with black crackle glaze. Diameter 3.25”.

732.

Circa 1900 400/500 300/500 Circa 1900 300/500

POTTERY TOMB FIGURE Tang Dynasty Depicting a standing official wearing a rust-red robe. Height 8.6”. 300/500

732

733.

POTTERY FUNERARY JAR Song Dynasty In double gourd form with relief figures and dragon at neck. Conical cover with bird finial. Height 17”. 600/800

734.

TWO CELADON CENSERS 19th Century Both in cylinder form with carved fret design. Diameters 5” and 7”. 350/550

735.

ARCHAIC-STYLE POTTERY VASE 19th Century In baluster form with bulbous body and flared mouth. In matte black-brown glaze simulating bronze. Applied decoration at the shoulder over incised banded decoration. Height 14”. Diameter 8.5”. Private Duxbury Collection. 200/400

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733

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736

736.

BLACK AND BROWN “HARE’S FUR” GLAZE BOWL Diameter 4.75”.

737.

UNDERGLAZE RED SPOUTED BOWL With stylized lotus design. Length 6”.

19th Century 300/500

738.

CIZHOU POTTERY BOWL In ovoid form with carved foliate design. Diameter 5.6”.

19th Century 500/700

739.

BLACK-BROWN POTTERY BOWL With oil-spot glaze. Diameter 8.25”.

Ming Dynasty 500/700

740.

CARVED CELADON PORCELAIN JARLET In octagonal form with leaf and flower design. Height 3.25”.

741.

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”. 200/300

742.

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STONEWARE COVERED BOX In circular form. With underglaze blue floral design. Diameter 5.25”.

738

110

737

Possibly Ming Dynasty 400/600

Early 19th Century 200/300

739

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17th Century 100/200


743.

SANCAI GLAZE POTTERY FIGURE Possibly Tang Dynasty In the form of a warrior standing on a water buffalo. Height 16.5”. 1,000/1,500

744.

POTTERY TOMB FIGURE In the form of a reclining sow. Length 8”.

Han Dynasty 300/500

745.

CARVED CELADON PORCELAIN CHARGER In peony design. Diameter 15”.

19th Century 300/500

746.

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

747.

743

SANCAI POTTERY DISH Tang Style, Possibly Liao Dynasty With relief floral design. Diameter 9.5”. 250/350 744

748.

BROWN GLAZE POTTERY STORAGE JAR 19th Century In inverted pear shape. With seven loop handles and relief finial design. Height 20.5”. 150/250

749.

YIXING POTTERY TEAPOT Circa 1910 In ovoid form. With relief dragon design and articulated dragon’s head in cover. Length 7.75”. 150/250

745

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750

751

750.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CHARGER In flower form. With peony and vine design. Diameter 16.25”.

751.

LARGE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CHARGER Ming Style With central carp and seagrass design surrounded by lotus and paulownia. Shaped rim with ruyi design. Floral decoration and a six-character Xuande mark in a double ring on base. Diameter 23”. 300/400

752

112

Ming style 1,800/2,200

753

752.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In pear shape with trumpet mouth. Body decorated with sage and deer landscape design. Height 11”. 400/600

753.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX In rectangular form. With four-footed base and figural landscape design. Length 10”. 1,200/1,500

754.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN Seated on a rockery base while holding a scroll. Height 12”.

755.

THREE EXPORT PORCELAIN MUGS 18th Century Two blue and white mugs with landscape designs, heights 5.2” and 5.5”, and a polychrome mug with figural design, height 5.25”. 600/800

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20th Century 150/250


756

756. Alternate view

757

CELADON PORCELAIN HANDLED VASE 19th Century With high-relief four-claw dragon handles and incised peony decoration. Height 13”. 1,500/2,500

758

757.

QINGBAI PORCELAIN BOWL Possibly Song Dynasty In conical form. With engraved child and flower design. Diameter 7.5”. 400/600

758.

PALE CELADON PORCELAIN BOWL In bell form with ribbed body. Diameter 5.4”.

19th Century 400/600

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113


759

760

759.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE 18th Century Depicting Guanyin seated and holding a scroll. Height 7.75”. 1,200/1,500

762.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 20th Century Standing on overturned vases while holding a basket of fish. Height 13.5”. 150/250

760.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE 18th Century Depicting Guanyin seated on a lion. Height 6”. 1,200/1,500

763.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE In the form of a woman standing on waves and holding a flute while accompanied by a bird. Height 11.5”. 250/350

761.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUP 19th Century Depicting four heavenly maidens riding a treeform boat. Potter’s mark on underside. Length 8.75”. 300/500

764.

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

761

114

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765

766

767

768

765.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN CHARGER 20th Century With decoration of ladies playing Go. Sixcharacter Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 11.25”. 350/450

766.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In double gourd form with decoration of sages. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 10.75”. 300/400

767.

BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 20th Century Seated on a rockery base while holding a ruyi scepter. Height 9.5”. 250/350

768.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR Circa 1900 In ovoid form. Body decorated with floral cartouches on a fret ground. Six-character Ming mark on base. Height 9.8”. 500/700

769.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN TRUMPET VASE With deer and figural landscape decoration. Sixcharacter Potter’s mark on base. Height 16”. 600/800

770.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In baluster form. With key-fret handles and landscape decoration. Height 23”. 750/1,000

771.

TEADUST GLAZE PORCELAIN EWER Circa 1900 With incised passionflower design. Height 8.5”. 300/500

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115


772 pair

773 pair

772.

PAIR OF PORCELAIN WINE CUPS In bell form with green design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameters 2.7”.

773.

PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS In bell form with equestrian figural scene. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 3”. 400/600

774.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE In rouleau form. With figural landscape and calligraphic design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 18.5”. 700/900

775.

FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century With colorful floral decoration about the exterior. Interior with koi and seagrass design. Height 13”. Diameter 15”. 300/500

776.

CELADON POTTERY BOWL Song Dynasty With lightly ribbed exterior. Height 2.25”. Diameter 6.5”. 250/350

777.

TWO POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FIGURES OF IMMORTALS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Both standing on bases with applied cloud design. Heights 8.5” and 10”. 300/400

774

116

400/600

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778

779

780

781

778.

JUNYAO GLAZE PORCELAIN TURTLE DISH Circa 1900 In rectangular form with scroll-decorated bracket feet. Length 9”. Includes a giltwood stand. 350/550

779.

JUNYAO POTTERY VASE In pear shape. With purple and turquoise banding. Height 9.5”. 250/350

780.

SANG DE BOEUF GLAZE PORCELAIN PLATE Early 20th Century With six-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameter 8.75”. 300/400

781.

JUNYAO STONEWARE FOOTED BOWL 20th Century In flower form with turquoise and purple glaze. Diameter 6.5”. 400/600

782.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With colorful peonies and butterflies on a lavender ground. Height 14.5”. 400/600

783.

COVERED PORCELAIN TEMPLE VASE 20th Century WIth red and gilt flowers stemming from a blue rockery base. Four-character mark on base. Domed cover. Height 18”. 250/350

784.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In pear shape with a flared rim. Height 12.5”. 300/400

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785

786

785.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN COVERED JAR 20th Century In ovoid form. With child, rooster, and chicken design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 9.5”. 400/500

786.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL Early 20th Century In ovoid form. With decoration of Immortals and calligraphy. Sixcharacter Daoguang mark on base. Diameter 7.25”. 400/600

787.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In baluster form. With lion’s-head and mock ring handles. Body decorated with ladies in a landscape and butterflies. Height 22.5”. 400/600

787

788.

PORCELAIN TILE PAINTING Circa 1930 Depicting seven children playing musical instruments. 16.5” x 11.5”. Framed. 400/600

789.

EXPORT PORCELAIN PLATE Late 18th Century In a polychrome floral pattern. Diameter 8.6”. 350/450

790.

UNUSUAL PEACHBLOOM GLAZE PORCELAIN FIGURE 20th Century In the form of a rider on horseback. Length 9.5”. 100/200

791.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century Carp and seaweed design on interior; flower and butterfly motif cartouches on exterior. Height 14.5”. Diameter 16.5”. 150/250

788

118

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793

792.

JAPANESE MIRROR BLACK STUDIO PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With light blue cloud-like marbling Six-character mark on base. Height 11”. 250/350

793.

JAPANESE STUDIO PORCELAIN BOWL Circa 1900 By Tominaga Genroku. Depicting a bird and flowering trees. Signed. Diameter 10”. 500/700

792

794.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In four-lobed baluster form with dragon handles. Fourcharacter Daoguang mark on base. Height 13.5”. 400/600

795.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In rectangular form. With animal’s-head and mockring handles. Four-character Daoguang mark on base. Height 9.75”. 250/350

796.

APPROX. TWENTY-ONE PIECES OF ASSORTED PORCELAIN 1-6) Six pieces of red dragon-decorated porcelain. 7) Rose Medallion covered box. 8-9) Two blue and white dragon-decorated plates. 10) Miniature vase. 11) Export cup. 12) Rice glaze bowl. 13-14) Two Guangxu marked bowls. 15-16) Two Rose Medallion jar covers. 17) Carp-decorated plate. 18) Blue and white tea cup. 19-20) Two Rose Medallion plates. 21) Canton plate. 200/300

794

795

797.

FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE In quatrefoil form with bat and flower design. Length 7.75”.

798.

BLUE GLAZE PORCELAIN DISH Early 20th Century With central cloud design surrounded by stylized dragons. Exterior with café-aulait glaze. Diameter 6”. 200/300

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250/350

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799

800

799.

GREEN AND RUSSET JADEITE CARVING Depicting a maiden standing while holding a flute. Height 10.6”. 1,000/1,500

800.

CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING 19th Century In the form of an Immortal holding a string of prayer beads while standing on a rockery base. Height 9.4”. 1,000/1,500

801.

POLYCHROME SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF A SAGE Seated holding a pearl and beggar’s bowl while attended by a guardian lion. Length 4.6”. 400/600

804.

802.

BLACK AND GRAY SOAPSTONE SEAL Circa 1900 In rectangular form. With tortoise-dragon finial. 805. Base cut with interlocking calligraphy. Height 5”. 400/500

803.

CARVED LAPIS LAZULI FIGURE GROUP Buddha seated on a lotus throne while holding a pearl on a lotus leaf and being caught by a dragon. Height 3”. Wood stand. 300/400

GRAY JADE INKSTONE Ming Style In rectangular form with dragon carving on one face; deer, bat, and calligraphy on reverse. Length 4.5”. 800/1,200 YELLOW SOAPSTONE SEAL In modified rectangular form. With figural landscape carving. Uncut base. Height 4.3”. 250/350

801

120

802

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806.

WHITE JADE CARVING Depicting Guanyin standing while holding a ruyi scepter. Height 8”. 2,500/3,500

807.

GREEN JADE DING 19th/20th Century In ovoid form. With tripod base and upswept handles. Body carved with mask designs. Height 7”. 2,000/2,500

806

808

807

809

808.

GREEN AND RUSSET JADEITE CARVING Early 20th Century Depicting two cranes with pine and bamboo. Height 10.75”. 1,200/1,800

812.

CARVED LAPIS LAZULI FIGURE OF BUDAI Standing in a landscape and holding a string of coins over his head with a frog at his feet. Height 5”. Wood base. 300/500

809.

WHITE AND RUSSET JADE CARVING 19th/20th Century In the form of a grazing horse. Length 9.5”. 1,000/1,200

813.

810.

WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of a crouching tapir. Length 2.5”. 250/350

811.

CARVED WHITE JADE VASE In the form of a preening phoenix. Height 3.5”. 400/600

SEVEN JADE AND HARDSTONE CARVINGS 1) White jade pendant in rectangular form with clouds. Length 2.25”. 2) White and russet jade fruitform pendant. Length 2.75”. 3) White jade dog and pup. Length 2.1”. 4) Celadon jade goose and millet. Length 2.4”. 5) White jade boy and a goose. Length 2.1”. 6) Three monkeys in soapstone. Length 3.75”. 7) Malachite lion. Length 3.25”. 800/1,200

814.

SEVEN-TIER SOAPSTONE PAGODA 19th Century Embellished with brass bells. Height 20.25”. 450/550

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815

816

815.

CARVED WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP Two boys playing with three geese. Height 3”. Length 5”. 400/600

819.

GRAY AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In cylinder form with dragon and scroll carving. Diameter 2.2”. 300/500

816.

CARVED WHITE JADE COVERED PILGRIM VASE Both faces carved with figural and landscape decoration. Foliate handles and conforming cover with trapezoid finial. Height 7.5”. 800/1,000

820.

GREEN JADE CARVING Early 20th Century Depicting Shoulao seated on a lotus throne. Height 3.75”. 300/400

817.

WHITE JADE BI 19th Century Dragon and phoenix carvings on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Diameter 2.25”. Includes wood stand. 400/600

821.

MOSS AGATE BOWL 20th Century In bell form. With translucent green markings. Diameter 4”. 150/250

822.

HARDWOOD AND HARDSTONE 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”. 200/300

818.

CELADON JADE WRITER’S COUPE Ming Dynasty In peach form. With relief-carved peach and peach-branch handle. Relief-carved qilong dragon at shoulder. Length 4”. 500/600

818

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817

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824

826

823

825

823.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. Carved with figural landscape on one face; river landscape on reverse. Length 3.3”. 2,000/2,500

824.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In oval form. With relief carp design on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.1”. 250/350

825.

RUSSET AND WHITE JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. Carved with the Eight Horses of Wu Mang. Length 3.3”. 2,500/3,000

826.

WHITE JADE DISK In spiral design. Diameter 2.1”.

20th Century 2,000/2,500

827.

PAIR OF RED-BROWN SOAPSTONE SEALS In rectangular form. Uncut bases. Heights 3.5”. 300/500

828.

WHITE JADE BANGLE BRACELET Exterior diameter 3”, interior diameter 2.25”. 300/400

829.

SOAPSTONE SEAL 20th Century In rectangular form. With carved sage landscape design. Uncut base. Height 3.5”. 200/300

830.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In clamshell form. Length 1.5”.

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300/400

123


831

834 832 833

124

831.

CELADON JADE PENDANT In modified rectangular form. With river landscape featuring cottages and boatmen. Length 2.1”. 700/900

834.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In modified rectangular form. With relief depiction of two children on one face; lotus on reverse. Length 2.5”. 200/300

832.

CELADON JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. With seated sage design on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 3”. 300/400

835.

ROCK CRYSTAL SEAL In rectangular form. Base uncut. Height 2.25”. 300/400

833.

WHITE JADE DOCTOR’S LADY Reclining on a leaf while holding a lotus blossom and accompanied by a puppy. Length 4.1”. 2,000/3,000

836.

WARRING STATES-STYLE JADE SWORD HILT In figural form with incised decoration. Length of hilt 7.25”. Length of blade (worn) 12”. 700/900

837.

CELADON JADE CARVING In the form of lychee and flower blossoms. Length 2.8”. 300/500

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838

841 840

839

838.

WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of two geese with rolling waves. Length 2.75”. 300/500

842.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In oval form. With relief carving of a sage on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2”. 300/500

839.

WHITE JADE FINGERING PIECE Circa 1900 843. In the form of a woman and child. Length 2.75”. 300/500 844. CELADON JADE CARVING In the form of a guardian lion with its young. Length 2.2”. 300/500

LAVENDER JADE PENDANT With mask and ruyi carving. Length 1.9”. 400/500

840.

841.

GREEN AND WHITE JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. With dragon carving on one face; bamboo and coin on reverse. White metal mount. Length 1.8”. 300/500

WHITE JADE FIGURE In the form of a child climbing on the back of a seated Joss figure. Length 2.4”. 300/500

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845

845.

WHITE JADE PLAQUE In rectangular form. With bamboo and butterfly carving on one face; landscape cartouche on reverse. Length 2.5”. 500/700

846.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In modified rectangular form. With figural landscape carving on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.2”. 400/500

847.

848.

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846

847

849.

RED SOAPSTONE SEAL In rectangular form. Base cut with four characters. Height 5.3”. 150/250

850.

GREEN SOAPSTONE CARVING OF A BUDDHA’S HAND FRUIT Length 3.5”. 200/300

851.

PAIR OF SERPENTINE CUPS Celadon with pierced wood stands. Heights overall 3.5”. 300/400

CARVED WHITE JADE BELT BUCKLE 19th Century Each half with relief-carved lotus flower 852. decoration. Hook in qilin’s-head form. Length 3.5”. 500/700 WHITE JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. With figural landscape carving on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.75”. 500/600

848

JADE-COVERED BOX Early 20th Century With carved wood body in rectangular form. With passionflower design. Celadon jade cover carved with phoenix motif. Length 1.75”. 200/300

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853

854

853.

CARVED WHITE JADE VASE In furled lotus leaf form. With ruyi and vine decoration and a monkey crawling up the side. Height 3.5”. 400/600

856.

SOAPSTONE CARVING 19th Century In the form of a standing figure holding a ruyi scepter. Engraved floral pattern on robes. Height 9”. 300/400

854.

CARVED LIGHT BROWN-WHITE JADE VASE In the form of a furled lotus leaf with vines, pods and a frog about the exterior. Height 3.5”. Length 4.5”. 400/600

857.

TWO SOAPSTONE FIGURE GROUPS A youth carrying a basket of fruit, height 4.6”, and a man and a woman with a water buffalo, length 7”. 250/350

855.

CARVED WHITE JADE DOUBLE VASE Two boys hiding on either sides of two bamboo stalks. Height 3”. Length 7”. 500/700

858.

TIGER’S EYE CARVING Depicting Budai in reclining position. Length 4.6”. 250/350

855

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859.

GREEN JADEITE CARVING 20th Century In the form of a three-legged frog with coins, symbolizing prosperity. Length 6”. 500/700

859

860.

CARVED WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP Five brothers flanked by two geese on either end. Height 2.5”. Length 8.5”. 400/600

860

128

861.

SPINACH GREEN JADE COVERED JAR In Mogul style. With openwork flower and loose ring handles. Ovoid body with flower-petal and vine design. Length 7”. 1,200/1,800

862.

FOUR HARDSTONE ITEMS White jade pendant in the form of a monkey with fruit, length 2.6”, jade bi in animal form, length 1.6”, amethyst pendant in peach and peach branch design, length 1.6”, and a rose quartz pendant with Joss figure, length 2”. 550/650

863.

ARCHAIC-STYLE MOTTLED JADE BI WIth zodiac decoration about the edge. Diameter 11.5”. 200/300

864.

TWO HARDSTONE PLAQUES 1) A black and gray jade plaque in spearpoint form with incised carving. Length 2.75”. 2) Green hardstone pendant in the form of two dragons. Length 2”. 200/300

861

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865

866

867

868

865.

GRAY AGATE KORO 20th Century In ovoid form with tripod base. Dragon’s-head handles and domed cover with dragon finial. Length 5.25”. 800/1,000

866.

TIGER’S EYE KORO In ovoid form with tripod base. Lion’s-head and loose ring handles. Domed cover with lion finial. Length 4.75”. 400/600

867.

AGATE GEODE CARVING Early 20th Century In crane and pine tree design. Height 7”. 300/400

868.

SPINACH GREEN JADE SEAL In Imperial style. With lion finial. Platform engraved with two styles of calligraphy. Base cut with fourcharacter Qianlong seal. Height 5.25”. 2,000/3,000

869.

FIVE ASSORTED CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE SEALS 1-2) Pair of red soapstone with carved fu dogs and pups. Front cut with calligraphy. Heights 7.5”. 3) Mottled red soapstone with dog. Front cut with calligraphy. 4) Gray soapstone with carved carp. Sides with landscape engraving and calligraphy. Height 4”. 5) Greenish-gray soapstone with seated Buddha. Height 3”. All with cut bases. 350/550

870.

CELADON JADE PENDANT In rectangular form. With depiction of children with musical instruments on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.3”. 250/350

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872 871

130

871.

GRAY-GREEN JADE BI Archaic Period Made in three segments. With binding holes. Diameter 8.1”. Ex Collection: Marvin Sadik. 1,200/1,500

872.

GREEN JADE AXE BLADE In modified rectangular form. Length 7”.

873.

FOUR HARDSTONE SEALS Rock crystal, height 2”, lapis lazuli, height 1.5”, green jade, 1.1”, and pale green jadeite, height 1.5”. 250/350

874.

BLACK AND GRAY JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining water buffalo. Length 2.6”.

300/400

875.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In the form of a resting dog. Length 2.3”.

250/350

876.

CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of a dragon tortoise. Length 1.7”.

300/400

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400/600


877.

PALE CELADON AND GRAY JADE WRIST REST 19th Century In the form of a dragon with clouds above a gray rockery. Length 11.4”. 10,000/12,000

878.

CELADON JADE-MOUNTED RUYI SCEPTER With three carved panels depicting goats in a landscape. Hongmu body. Length 19”. 300/500 877

879.

PAIR OF JADE AND HARDSTONE TREES In cloisonné jardinières. Heights 13.5”.

Late 19th Century 600/800

880.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In the form of a bird. Length 3.2”.

250/350

881.

WHITE JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining qilin. Length 2”.

250/350

882.

GRAY JADE THUMB RING In cylinder form. With bamboo and calligraphy design.

200/300

883.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In the form of a monkey lying on a bow leaf. Length 3.1”.

300/400

878

879 pair

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884

132

885

886

884.

CELADON AND RUSSET JADE WRITER’S COUPE Early 19th Century In peach form. With relief monkey and peach branch carving. Length 4.6”. 800/1,200

885.

ARCHAIC-STYLE JADE CARVING In mask form with fine detailing. Length 2.75”. Mounted on a velvet stand. 1,000/1,500

886.

CELADON AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining qilin. Length 4”.

887.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In domed rectangular form. With sage carving on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.25”. 250/350

888.

PAIR OF GREEN HARDSTONE BEADS ON TASSELS Lengths of beads 2”. 200/300

889.

HARDSTONE WRITER’S COUPE 19th Century In furled lotus leaf form. With stem, pod, and bud about the exterior. Lapis lazuli and mica flecks. Length 4.75”. 200/300

18th/19th Century 1,500/2,000

890.

FOUR JADE PENDANTS Two in fruit and insect form, lengths 1.25”, one in child and fish design, length 2.5”, and one in lavender with goat and coin design, length 1.5”. 200/300

891.

WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP A man seated with a dog and other objects at his feet. Length 3”. 200/300

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893 894 892

895

896

892.

WHITE JADE GIRDLE HOOK In the form of a dragon and its young. Length 3.25”.

893.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In rectangular form with calligraphic design surrounded by a pierced dragon border. Length 1.8”. 200/400

894.

CELADON JADE CARVING In the form of a sage standing beside a flowering plant. Height 3”.

200/300

895.

WHITE JADE GIRDLE HOOK In the form of a dragon and young. Length 3.5”.

300/500

896.

CELADON JADE GIRDLE HOOK In the form of a dragon and its young. Length 3.7”.

300/400

897.

CARVED WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP A seated sage with a boy and a goose. Height 2.75”. Length 4”.

300/400

898.

WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP A boy patting a horse. Length 3”.

250/350

200/300

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899

134

900

901

902

899.

WHITE AND RUSSET JADE CARVING 19th Century Depicting two figures; one with a censer and one with a lotus leaf. Height 2.75”. 700/900

900.

PALE CELADON JADE CARVING In the form of a boy seated while holding a lotus. Length 2.5”.

901.

CELADON JADE PENDANT 18th Century In the form of a figure carrying a child and a tree branch on his shoulder. Height 2.6”. 800/1,000

902.

WHITE JADE PENDANT In the form of a child holding a lotus leaf. Length 2.2”.

903.

WHITE JADE CARVING Two gourds with overlaid butterscotch jade ram and ruyi carving. Length 2.25”. 250/350

904.

FOUR SMALL CARVED GREEN JADE OBJECTS Two circular mottled green scroll weights with dragon-carved tops, heights 1” and 0.50”, a spinach jade plaque carved with carp decoration, length 2”, and a mottled celadon plaque with bird carving, length 2”. 300/400

905.

SEVEN JADE AND HARDSTONE OBJECTS 1) Square-form mottled jade seal, 2” square. 2) Mottled jade uncut seal with carved tortoise carapace top. Height 2.75”. 3) Soapstone figure of a bird. Length 3.25”. 4) Calcified jade open-carved plaque. Length 5”. 5-6) Two carved jade bi. Diameters 2”. 7) Celadon hardstone babylock. Length 2”. 300/400

500/700

19th Century 400/600

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906

907

906.

WHITE AND RUSSET JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining qilin. Length 2.4”. 400/600

910.

SIX JADE AND HARDSTONE BANGLE BRACELETS Three simulating spinach jade, two butterscotch, and one white. Exterior diameters 3”. 400/600

907.

GREEN AND BROWN JADE BI Carved on one face with high-relief dragon design; on reverse with rice pattern. Diameter 3.25”. 450/650

911.

908.

WHITE AND RUSSET JADE CARVING 18th/19th Century In the form of a three-legged frog with fruit and fruit branch. Length 2.5”. 1,000/1,500

CASED SET OF BLACK HARDSTONE SCROLL WEIGHTS 20th Century In rectangular form. With incised gilt carved calligraphy. Lengths 7.75”. Case 8.25” x 3.25”. 200/300

912.

CARVED SERPENTINE FIGURE GROUP Two ladies and a child in a landscape. Height 4.5”. 200/300

909.

RUSSET AND WHITE JADE PENDANT 18th/19th Century With openwork carving of squirrels and grapes. Length 2.6”. 600/800

908

909

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913

913.

BLACK JADE CARVING In the form of a reclining dog. Length 2.8”. 1,500/2,000

914.

BLACK JADE PENDANT Song Style With sunken-relief carving of the goddess Guanyin. Height 3.75”. Ex Collection: Marvin Sadik. 700/900

915.

TWO STONE PENDANTS 1) Green jade pendant in rectangular form. With carving of two sages and a youth on one face; fine calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.3”. 2) Carnelian agate pendant in rectangular form. With carving of two figures on a bridge on one face; calligraphy on reverse. Length 2.5”. 1,100/1,500

916.

LAVENDER JADEITE FIGURE OF A SCHOLAR Holding a staff. Height 4.5”. Wood stand. 200/300

917.

CARVED MOTTLED SOAPSTONE VASE 20th Century With applied floral decoration to body. Fence-form base. Height 8.5”. 100/200

918.

TURQUOISE FIGURE OF KRISHNA Height 3.5”. Wood stand.

919.

FIVE SMALL PIECES OF JADE 1) White jade fingering piece in the form of two mushrooms. Length 2”. 2-3) Two celadon pieces with a cicada on a flower. Lengths approx. 1”. 4) Green jade in the form of a mouse and gourd. Length 1.75”. 5) Small light green butterfly-form plaque. Length 1”. 250/350

915 two 914

136

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150/250


921

923

922

920

920.

WHITE JADE GIRDLE HOOK 19th Century In the form of a dragon and flower blossoms. Length 3.75”. Mounted as a paper knife. Length overall 9.25”. 400/600

921.

WHITE JADE FIGURE 19th Century In the form of a woman carrying a basket. Height 2.75”. 600/800

922.

CARVED CELADON JADE WRIST REST In the form of a stalk of bamboo. With relief bamboo and flowering tree branches and two bats. Length 7.5”. 400/600

923.

ROCK CRYSTAL CARVING 19th Century In the form of a peach with leaves and branches. Length 2.8”. 600/800

924.

CARVED “MUTTON-FAT” JADE PLAQUE Interior with openwork carving of a qilin. Diameter 2.25”. 200/300

925.

TWO PALE CELADON JADE FIGURES Late 19th Century A child with flower blossom, height 2”, and Liu Hai with coins and a frog, height 2”. 300/400

926.

LAPIS LAZULI CARVING Early 20th Century Depicting a rhinoceros standing on a green stone base. Length overall 7”. 300/400

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927 929

928

927.

JADE PENDANT Song Dynasty In the form of a tiger with the body of a cicada. Length 2”. 400/600

930.

ROCK CRYSTAL COVERED VASE 20th Century In double gourd form. With relief gourds and vines. Height 4.5”. 300/500

928.

GRAY JADE SCABBARD MOUNT 931. Possibly Han Dynasty In rectangular form. With dragon and mask carving. Length 2.6”. 400/600 932. WHITE AND GREEN JADE BEAD Ming Dynasty or Earlier In rectangular form with raised bosses. Length 2.25”. 300/400

JADEITE VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With dragon handles and relief figural design. Height 8.25”. No cover. 600/900

929.

933.

138

PAIR OF ROCK CRYSTAL CARVINGS Early 20th Century Carved as roosters on silver plated lotus bases. Mounted as table lamps. Heights of carvings 4.6”. Heights overall 18”. 600/800 GRAY JADE CARVED HEAD Height 3”.

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Han Style 300/400


934

936

935

934.

CELADON AND BROWN JADE CARVING In the form of a swimming goose. Length 3.3”.

935.

PALE CELADON JADE CARVING In the form of a demon and the Demon Queller. Height 5”. 500/700

936.

WHITE JADE FIGURE Depicting a sage capturing a fish. Height 2.3”.

800/1,000

400/600

937

937.

BLACK HARDSTONE BOWL 19th/20th Century In flared cylinder form. With high-relief figural landscape design. Diameter 10.25”. 1,000/1,500

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139


938.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century With decoration of Buddhistic symbols and flowers. Everted rim. Diameter 11.8”. 450/550

939.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR 18th Century In ovoid form with bronze vessel design. Height 9”. 900/1,200

940.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR 19th Century In ovoid form. With three rows of Sanscrit decoration about the body, interspersed with floral sprays. Eight protruding square-form handles with similar decoration at shoulder, below a wave design and a slightly raised neck. Height 12”. 14” across handles. Private Duxbury Collection. 500/700

941.

TWO BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATES Southeast Asia, Late 19th Century Made for export. Each with stylized lotus design and differing seal marks on base. Diameters 6.5” and 8.75”. 400/600

942.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late Ming Dynasty In baluster form. With flared mouth and raised foot. Prunus and pine tree decoration about the body. Height 6.5”. 500/700

943.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 19th Century Central decoration of a five-claw dragon chasing a flaming pearl on a cobalt blue ground. Repeating decoration with two dragons about the rim. Sixcharacter Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 10”. 400/600

938

939

940

140

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944

945

944.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 18th Century With bird and flower design surrounded by a spearhead border. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 7.25”. 550/650

945.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL Circa 1900 In bell form. With mockingbird and flowering tree design. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameter 5.5”. 400/600

946.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWL In passionflower design with six-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameter 8.75”. 400/600

947.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE 18th Century With four-claw dragon rondel design. Underglaze blue and peach mark on base. Diameter 9”. 600/900

948.

CELADON CRACKLEWARE VASE In ovoid form with trumpet mouth. Height 6.75”. 300/400

946

949.

TEADUST GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE In double gourd form. With four-character Ming mark on base. Height 6.25”. 300/500

950.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CHARGER Late 19th Century With central bird and peony decoration. Fourcharacter Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 13”. 200/225

947

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141


951.

951

952

“HUNDRED DEER” PORCELAIN VASE In hu form. With salmon-red dragonform handles. Body decorated with various deer within pine trees in a mountainous landscape. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 18”. 1,000/1,500

952.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. With bird and flower design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 19”. 1,000/1,500

953.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In baluster form. With tree branch handles and bird and flowering tree design. Height 17.25”. Mounted as a table lamp. Purchased in 1967. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 800/1,200

954.

FOUR DOUCAI-STYLE PORCELAIN FOOTED DISHES First Half of the 20th Century In octagonal form. With decoration of a dragon chasing a flaming pearl. Bat design about the exterior. Four-character marks on base. Heights 2”. Diameters 7”. 200/225

955.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FOOTED BOWL Circa 1900 With fruit and flower design on a blue ground. Diameter 10.5”. 300/400

956.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN PLATE 20th Century In Kangxi-style. With pie-crimped edge and phoenix decoration. Diameter 9.5”. 250/350

957.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE In floral design. Diameter 10.5”.

Late 19th Century 300/400

953

142

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958

959

960

958.

SHOUSHAN SCHOOL PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In rectangular spade shape. With lion’s-head and mock ring handles. Body decorated with a scholar and an attendant in a landscape on one face; birds and chrysanthemum on the reverse. Height 14.25”. 600/800

959.

AUBERGINE GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with trumpet mouth. Body with incised lotus design. Height 13”. 500/700

960.

DOUCAI PORCELAIN VASE In meiping form. With bat, flower, and Buddhistic symbol decoration. Height 14”. 700/900

961.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Kangxi Style In cylindrical form. Body decorated with birds and flowers. Height 19.25”. 800/1,000

962.

CELADON PORCELAIN VASE In moon flask form. Height 16”.

963.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN COVERED JAR 20th Century In ovoid form. With fish and seagrasses design. Height 8.75”. 300/400

964.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century With dragon and peony design. Height 17”. 250/350

400/600

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961

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144

965 965

966 966

967

968

965.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR Yongle Style In ovoid form. Body decorated with a white dragon on a blue-wave ground. Diameter 9.75”. 600/800

969.

CELADON GU-FORM VASE In hexagonal form. Height 9”.

966.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE In pear shape with trumpet mouth. Body with dragon and pearl design. Height 11”. 400/600

970.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WALL POCKET/VASE 20th Century In conical form with floral decoration. Height 13”. 250/350

967.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 971. In pilgrim flask form with passionflower design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 15.25”. 800/1,200

968.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form with Happiness Shou design. Height 17.8”. 800/1,200

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

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20th Century 300/500


972

972.

976. FAMILLE VERTE-ON-POWDER BLUE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In rouleau form. With bird and flower, fish and marsh grasss, butterfly, qilin, and bronze vessel cartouches on a blue ground. Underglaze blue double ring mark on base. Height 16.75”. 977. 1,000/1,500

973.

FAHUA PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In meiping form. With lotus and wave design in turquoise, cobalt blue, and white. Height 14.5”. 300/500

974.

FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century 978. In pear shape. With bird and prunus design. Incised double ring mark on base. Height 13.25”. 600/800

975.

ROYAL BLUE PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In mallet form. With six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 11.75”. 700/900

973

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 PAIR OF MINIATURE PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In baluster form. With swallow and flowering tree branch decoration. Lappet decoration at flared rim. Calligraphic inscription on reverse. Sixcharacter Qianlong mark on base. Heights 4”. 400/600 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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979

982

980

981

979.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE In teardrop form. Height 16”.

980.

MIDNIGHT BLUE PORCELAIN VASE In ovoid form with trumpet mouth. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 16.25”. 500/600

981.

MIRROR BLACK PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form. Height 21”.

982.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In inverted pear shape with trumpet mouth. Body decorated with ladies in a courtyard. Underglaze blue double ring mark on base. Height 18.25”. 1,200/1,800

983.

PAIR OF CAFÉ-AU-LAIT GLAZE PORCELAIN BOWLS 20th Century In bell form. With six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameters 4.75”. 1,000/1,500

984.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Interior scene with two ladies. Calligraphy and seal marks upper right. 12” x 8.5” sight. Framed 14” x 10.5”. 300/500

985.

CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE 19th Century In a mottled dark green glaze with molded rim. Height 3”. Diameter 8”. 300/400

983 pair

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Circa 1900 600/800

19th Century 1,000/1,500


987

986

988

986.

FAMILLE VERTE AND BISQUE GLAZE PORCELAIN FIGURE Late 19th Century Depicting a demon in military garb. Height 15.5”. 2,000/2,500

987.

FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BOWL In bell form. With phoenix and dragon medallions on a yellow floral ground. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameter 8”. 400/600

988.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In ovoid form. With relief crane and lotus design. Height 7.75”. 400/600

989.

FOUR PIECES OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN Two small wine cups, one with blue and white floral spray to exterior, the other in a matte bisque glaze and mark on base. Heights 1.50”. Together with two carp-form utensil rests. Lengths 2.5”. 200/300

990.

PORCELAIN PLANT STAND Late 18th Century In hexagonal form on six raised feet. In white glaze with Chinese characters in black about the rim. 9.5” across. 300/500

991.

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”. 200/300

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992.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE 20th Century In ovoid form. With decoration of various personages accompanied by calligraphy. Diameter 16.5”. 800/1,000

993.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century In ovoid form. With decoration of sages in a landscape. Diameter 9”. 700/900

994.

PAIR OF PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRES 20th Century In rectangular form. With figural decoration and calligraphy. Lengths 9.25”. 800/1,000

995.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Late 19th Century In octagonal form. With bird and flower design. Length 8.25”. 600/900

996.

TWO PORCELAIN COVERED GINGER JARS Late 19th Century 1) Globular form. With underglaze blue floral landscape decoration on a light celadon ground. Bats on cover. Height 9”. Wood base. 2) Ovoid form. With famille rose peony and calligraphy design. Berries and chrysanthemums on cover. Height 13”. 300/400

997.

PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century In teardrop form with stylized dragon handles. Bodies decorated with sages. Heights 9”. 400/600

998.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century In ovoid form with landscape cartouche design. Diameter 10.75”. Purchased in 1976. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 200/300

999.

PORCELAIN COVERED JAR Late 19th Century In ovoid form. With decoration of bronze vessels and flowers. Height 13.5”. Purchased in 1968. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 500/700

992

993

148

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995


1000.

PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS With decoration of ladies in a garden. Heights 11.5”. 600/800

1001 pair

1002 pair

1001.

PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWLS Late 19th Century With shaped rims and pink plum blossom decoration. Six-character Daoguang mark on base. Diameter 6.75”. 600/800

1002.

PAIR OF PORCELAIN CUPS In lotus form. With shaded rose glaze. Four-character Yongzheng mark on base. Diameters 4”. 250/350

1003.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BRUSH POT In cylinder form with figural design. Height 4.5”.

1004.

PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN CUPS Late 19th Century In bell form with decoration of children. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Diameters 3.6”. 450/550

1005.

FOUR RICE GLAZE PORCELAIN DISHES With dragon and cloud design. Three 9” diameters and one 13.25” diameter. 100/150

1006.

PAIR OF POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JARS 20th Century In drum form. With figural landscape design. Circular seal mark on base. Heights 5.75”. 150/250

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19th Century 100/150

149


1007.

1008

150

PAIR OF HEROIC POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In baluster form. With fu lion handles and relief dragon motifs at shoulder. Bodies decorated with figural cartouches on a turquoise ground as well as brocade, figural, and floral bands. Heights 48.5”. 2,000/3,000

1008.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE In rouleau form with hunt scene decoration. Height 19”.

1009.

PAIR OF WUCAI PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century In pilgrim flask form with pear-shaped, figural-design cartouches. Heights 8”. 300/500

1010.

FOUR RICE GLAZE PORCELAIN PLATES In floral design. Two-character mark on base. Diameters 9”.

1011.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JAR In inverted pear shape. With domed cover and onion finial. Body decorated with figural landscape design. Height 16.25”. 300/400

1012.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JAR 20th Century In ovoid form. With dragon and phoenix design. Height 6.2”. 80/120

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1,000/1,500

Circa 1900 100/150


1013

1014

1013.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In rouleau form with figural decoration. Double ring mark on base. Height 18”. 600/900

1014.

FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In inverted pear shape. With mockingbird and plum tree design. Height 17.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. 700/900

1015.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In elongated ovoid form with openwork handles. Body decorated with figural cartouches on a floral ground. Height 23”. 1,100/1,500

1016.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FIGURE OF BUDAI 20th Century Seated with his treasure sack while holding a string of prayer beads. Height 10”. 350/550

1017.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In rouleau form. With Shoushan-style decoration of a sage and an attendant viewing geese. Height 13.2”. 200/300

1018.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In ovoid form. With an inverted rim and four-claw dragon design. Diameter 10.5”. 250/350

1019.

THREE YIXING POTTERY WINE POTS One pear shape in dark brown, length 4.5”, one ovoid form in tan, length 6”, and one ovoid form in dark brown, length 4.5”. 200/300

1020.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FOOTED DISH Circa 1900 In octagonal form with guardian lion design. Diameter 8”. 150/200 1015

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151


1021.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In meiping form. With heavy drip glaze. Height 12”. 300/500

1022

152

1023

1022.

EXPORT PORCELAIN BOWL With floral spray design. Diameter 7.75”.

Early 19th Century 300/400

1023.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JAR Circa 1900 In ovoid form with relief crane and lotus design. Height 8.25”. 350/450

1024.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 18th Century In ruyi, bamboo, and flower garden design. Underside with stylized bats. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 7.5”. 350/550

1025.

WUCAI PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In trumpet form. With figural landscape design. Height 10”. 250/350

1026.

FOUR CERAMIC ITEMS A blue and white porcelain jar, diameter 3”, a polychrome covered jar, diameter 3.25”, a relief-decorated oval dish, length 7.25”, and a covered box, diameter 2.25”. 300/400

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1027 pair

1027.

PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWLS In bell form. With flower and branch design. Six-character Daoguang mark on base. Diameters 4.5”. 1,000/1,500

1028.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In pear shape with garlic mouth. Body decorated with crane and lotus design. Gold lacquer repairs at mouth. Four-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 4”. 800/1,000

1028

1029

1029.

PÂTE-SUR-PÂTE PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century In ovoid form with inverted rim and floral decoration. Diameter 9.25”. 300/500

1030.

NEAR PAIR OF PORCELAIN POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th Century In rouleau form. Both decorated with figures in landscape in various pursuits. Calligraphic inscription and seal mark on shoulder of reverse. Four-character marks on base. Heights 9.5” and 10”. 400/600

1031.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In baluster form with bird and peony design. Height 18”. Drilled to be mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

1032.

FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT Second Half of the 19th Century In hexagonal drum form with decorative figural and fruit panels. Yellow lappet design at shoulder and raised bosses at top and base. Height 18”. Width across top 9.5”. 600/800

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153


1033 pair

1034

154

1035

1033.

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES With dragon and peony design. Openwork handles. Heights 16.5”.

20th Century 500/700

1034.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR Early 19th Century In ovoid form. With figural landscape design. Height 8.5”. Replaced wood cover. 400/600

1035.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR 19th Century In ovoid form. With decoration of scholar’s items on a prunus and cracked-ice ground. Height 9”. 400/600

1036.

CELADON PORCELAIN PILLOW 20th Century In the form of two guardian lions seated back-to-back on a plinth supporting a leafform headrest. Height 4”. Length 9”. Private Duxbury Collection. 200/300

1037.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form with trumpet-form mouth. Height 13”.

1038.

PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE COVERED BOWL First Half of the 20th Century Continuous decoration of dragons chasing a pearl amongst white scrolling vines on a dark blue ground. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 10”. Diameter 10.5”. 300/400

Early 20th Century 200/400

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1039 pair

1039.

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JARS 19th Century With peony and shou design. Heights 10”. 400/600

1040.

POLYCHROME PORCELAIN CUP 18th Century In bell form with floral design. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 4.1”. 600/900

1040

1041.

PORCELAIN CHARGER Republic Period With unusual bamboo lattice design with birds and insects. Diameter 16”. 350/450

1042.

UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century With shaped edge and phoenix medallion on the base of interior. Figures in a landscape around the exterior. Potter’s mark and red wax seal on base. Height 2.5”. Diameter 6.5”. 200/250

1043.

FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN SWEETMEAT SET Early 20th Century In square form. Nine interlocking dishes with bat and peach decoration. Carved sandalwood case. 11.25” x 11.25”. 250/350

1044.

PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS Late 19th Century In ball form. With pink and yellow flowers on a floraloutlined green ground. Salmon-colored ball finials on conforming covers. Heights 4”. 200/400

1041

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1045 pair

1046 pair

1045.

PAIR OF PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th Century In baluster form. With grisaille figural landscape decoration. One as is. Heights 8”. Mounted as table lamps on wood stands. 300/400

1046.

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. 400/600 1047.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Republic Period In trumpet form with crayfish design. Four-character Republic Period mark on base. Height 17.5”. 400/600

1048.

UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE SHALLOW DISH Early 20th Century With a shaped edge. Lotus leaf, vine, and spider decoration. Sixcharacter Ming mark on base. Height 2”. Diameter 11”. 300/400

1049.

PORCELAIN GINGER JAR 19th Century In ovoid form. With polychrome decoration of mothers and their children in a courtyard landscape. Height 6”. 100/150

1047

156

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1050

1051

1050.

GUAN WARE PORCELAIN VASE In baluster form with six raised bosses at the shoulder. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 9.4”. 600/800

1051.

CELADON PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In rectangular form with trigrams design. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 7”. 900/1,200

1052.

QINGBAI PORCELAIN BOWL In carp and lotus design. With metal rim. Diameter 8.5”. 400/600

1053.

FAMILLE ROSE-ON-TURQUOISE PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In bell form. With decoration of children on a turquoise ground. Six-character Jiaqing mark on base. Diameter 7”. 200/300

1054.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN FIGURE Circa 1900 Depicting a woman holding a basket of fruit while standing on a rectangular platform. Height 8.5”. 250/350

1055.

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. 200/300

1052

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pair

1056.

SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In ovoid form with trumpet mouth. Height 16.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. 800/1,100

1057.

PAIR OF TURQUOISE BLUE GLAZE PORCELAIN BOTTLES/VASES 19th Century Heights 17”. Mounted as table lamps. 400/600

1058 pair

158

1058.

TWO SIMILAR BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARLETS Circa 1800 In inverted pear shape. With flower and vine design. Heights 2.25”. 600/900

1059.

FIVE ASSORTED PLATES/DISHES Mid-to-Late 19th Century 1) A blue and white dragon-design plate with clobbered dragon-decorated rim. Diameter 7.25”. 2) Birthday plate with bats and shou decoration at center. Sixcharacter Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 7”. 3). Chinese export with central floral spray. Diameter 7.25”. 4). Famille rose dish with birds in a landscape. Four-character mark on base. Diameter 5.5”. 5) Famille rose dish with five-claw dragon and phoenix design with a flaming pearl. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 9.25”. 200/300

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1060

1061

1060.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Late 19th Century Depicting two rabbits and palm leaves. Signed and seal marked. 45.5” x 11.5”. 300/400

1061.

PAINTING ON PAPER 19th Century Depicting a fisherman in a river landscape. Marked with calligraphy and seal mark. 37.25” x 13.5” sight. Framed 48” x 20.5”. 450/650

1062.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK Circa 1900 Green landscape with mountains, figures, and 1066. pavilions. Signed and seal marked. 32.5” x 12.75”. 400/600

1063.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting a boatman and a bridge beneath a calligraphic panel. 33” x 11.5”. 200/300

1062

1064.

BLACK AND WHITE TEMPLE RUBBING From a Wei Period Temple With three bands of figures. 38” x 24.25” sight. Framed 44” x 28.5”. 150/250

1065.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting shipping on a river with towering cliffs. Marked with two seal marks and calligraphy. 12.5” x 18”. 250/350 SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting ruyi fungus and a stream. Marked with seal marks and bold calligraphy. 51.5” x 13.25”. 350/550

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1067.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Huang Qiu-shi. Depicting snow-capped mountains. With calligraphy and two seal marks. 28.5” x 37”. Unframed. 300/400

1068.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Late 19th Century Depicting cranes, a waterfall, and a pine tree. Signed and seal marked. 26.5” x 13”. 400/600

1069.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Early 20th Century Depicting birds and flowers. Marked with calligraphy and one seal mark. 50” x 19.5”. 250/350

1070.

WATERCOLOR ON PAPER Early 20th Century Children playing various games in a courtyard. Mountainous background. Seal marked upper right corner. 53” x 30” sight. Framed 61” x 38”. 500/700

1071.

NEAR PAIR OF PAINTINGS ON SILK 20th Century Each depicting flowers and flying insects. Signed and seal marked along right edge. 11” x 15”. Framed 16” x 20”. 200/300

1072.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century After an 18th Century painting. Depicting waterfalls and mountains. 54.25” x 26.5”. 200/300

1068 160

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1073 two

1073.

1074.

1075.

1076.

TWO SCROLL-MOUNTED FAN PAINTINGS 1077. Late 19th Century By differing artists. Depicting plum trees mounted together. Lengths 21” each. 350/450 1078. TWO SCROLL-MOUNTED FAN PAINTINGS 19th Century One with calligraphy and one with bamboo design. Lengths 19.25”. 300/500 1079. FAN PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Songbird on wisteria. Length 17”. Framed 15” x 20”. Some damage upper right. 200/300

1074 two

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1900 Depicting a monkey sitting on a pine branch. Signed and seal marked. 44” x 11.5”. 250/350 SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century Depicting two lions in a pine tree landscape. Marked with calligraphy and two seal marks. 41” x 11.25”. 100/200 SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century After an 18th Century painting. Depicting a river landscape with a cottage. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 40” x 16.5”. 100/200

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting a tea house and figures in a mountain landscape. Signed and seal marked. 26” x 13”. 200/300

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1080

1081

1080.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Shi-Rong Lu. Depicting a seated woman amongst fruit. With inscription and four seal marks. 27.5” x 19”. Unframed. 400/500

1081.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1900 Depicting birds and cottages in a hilly landscape. Signed and seal marked. 29” x 15”. 400/600

1082.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 17th/18th Century Depicting scholar’s rocks and flowers. Marked with two seal marks and extensive calligraphy. 58” x 15.5”. 800/1,000

1083.

PAIR OF SCROLL-MOUNTED FAN PAINTINGS Early 19th Century One with calligraphic design; the other with flower and vine design. Lengths 21” each. 300/500

1084.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1900 Depicting a mountain landscape with a waterfall and pine trees. Signed and marked with various seals. 35” x 13.5”. 250/350

1082

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1085

1086

1085.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting a small dog barking at a monkey climbing in a pine tree. Marked with seal mark and calligraphy. 53” x 22.75”. 450/650

1086.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Attributed to Chen Hsuyen. Depicting a red mountain and waterfall. With calligraphy and one seal mark. 35” x 18.5”. 1,200/1,800

1087.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Shi-Rong Lu. Depicting a sage with a crane and an attendant. Signed and marked with three seal marks. 27.5” x 20.75”. 350/550

1087

1088.

FIVE SCROLL PAINTINGS Four landscapes and one circular with birds and flowers. 150/200

1089.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century Depicting two lions in a landscape. Signed and seal marked. 41.5” x 11”. 100/200

1090.

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

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163


1091

1092

1091.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Wu Tan Zhou. Depicting fruit and rockery with calligraphy and one seal mark. 26.5” x 17.5”. 450/550

1092.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 17th/18th Century Depicting a mountain landscape with cottages and a figure. Signed and seal marked. 35” x 12.5”. 800/1,000

1093.

GESSO PAINTING Late 19th Century Depicting three figures in a pavilion landscape. 34” x 20.25”. Framed 39” x 25.5”. 800/1,200

1094.

FRAMED PAINTING ON SILK Late 19th/Early 20th Century A variety of exotic birds surrounding a flowering tree in a landscape. 63” x 26”. Framed 73” x 32”. 500/1,000

1095.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century By Shi-Rong Lu. Two chicks beneath palm leaves. Signed and seal marked. 27” x 19”. Unframed. 200/300

1096.

INDIAN BOOK PAGE ILLUSTRATION Circa 1900 Depicting Krishna and two noblemen. 9” x 6”. Framed. 100/200

1097.

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”. 300/400

1094

164

1093

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1098 pair

1098.

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”. 400/600

1101.

PAINTING ON SILK Late 19th Century Two ladies holding fans in a courtyard. Signed and seal marked upper left. 12” x 14”. Framed 17” x 19”. 300/400

1099.

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. 200/300

1102.

PAIR OF SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER 19th Century Depicting ladies in a courtyard. 49” x 12”. One damaged. 200/400

1103.

WATERCOLOR ON PAPER 20th Century Two bees near roses in pink, cream, and yellow. Signed and seal marked upper left. 45” x 19.5”. Framed 55” x 28”. 300/400

1100.

LEAF PAINTING Late 19th Century Depicting an exotic bird on a flowering cherry branch. 5” x 4.5”. Framed 8.5” x 7.5”. 200/250

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165


1105

1104

1104.

1105.

1106.

166

1106

UNUSUAL CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1935 In the form of four openwork characters. With signatures of various American consultants working in China and their associates. 57.5” x 31.5”. 800/1,000 FAN PAINTING ON PAPER 19th Century Butterflies among pale pink flowers and greenery. Seal marked lower right. Length 17”. Mounted on a cream silk brocade ground. Framed 13” x 23.5”. 400/600 WATERCOLOR ON PAPER Early 20th Century Mountain landscape with a rooftop showing though the clouds. Signed and seal marked upper right. 14.4” x 16”. Mounted on silk brocade. Framed 24” x 25”. 300/500

1107.

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”. 200/300

1108.

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

1109.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Two women in an interior, one holding a vase with prunus. Signed and seal marked upper right. 52.5” x 24”. 300/500

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1110.

OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS 20th Century Attributed to Wu Guanzhong. “Hong Kong Morning”. Depicting elevated highways, buildings, and a harbor. Signed lower right. 24” x 36”. Ex Collection: Marvin Sadik. 6,000/8,000

1111.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Colorful depiction of an archer. Calligraphic inscription with seal marks upper left. 39” x 17”. 200/300

1112.

PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Depicting a songbird on a flowering tree branch. Signed lower right. 12” x 14.5” sight. Framed. Purchased in 1977. From the Collection of Gaetano M. Zompetti of Nashua, NH. 250/350

1113.

ALBUM PAINTING ON SILK Circa 1900 Depicting a sage and attendant beneath a willow tree. Accompanied by a calligraphic colophon. Matted, 16” x 14” sight. Framed 24.5” x 22.25”. 400/600

1114.

SET OF FOUR SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER Early 20th Century Depicting birds and flowers. 27” x 9” each. 300/500

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1115.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting geese and marsh grasses. Marked with four seal marks and calligraphy. 44” x 20”. 400/600

1116.

TWO SCROLL-MOUNTED PAINTINGS ON PAPER Circa 1900 Both depicting birds on branches. One with inscription and seal mark. 13.5” x 18.5” each. 300/400

1117.

SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 19th Century Depicting pavilions in a mountain landscape. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 40” x 14”. Framed. 300/500

1118.

ELEVEN ART WORKS 1) Chinese scroll painting on paper. Depicting pine, prunus, and bamboo. 2) Japanese scroll painting on silk. Depicting mountains and cottages. 3) Japanese scroll painting on silk. Depicting Hotei. 4) Chinese scroll painting on paper. Depicting Heavenly Maiden. 5) Japanese scroll painting on silk. Depicting a girl and flowers. 6) Japanese scroll painting on silk depicting a bird and fruit. 7) Unmounted painting of a girl in a red kimono. 8-11) Four Chinese prints. 200/300

1119.

PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicting geese and marsh grasses. 19.5” x 13.25”. Framed. 100/150

1120.

FOUR PORTFOLIOS OF PRINTS AFTER 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”. 500/700

1115

1116 two

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1121

1122

1121.

PAINTING ON PAPER 18th/19th Century Depicting Immortals wearing colorful costumes. Matted, 66” x 34.5” sight. Framed. 1,000/1,500

1122.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Early 20th Century Depicting Jurojin laughing while holding a scroll. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. 54” x 15.75”. With kiriwood box. 250/350

1123.

SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century After Qi Baishi. Depicting a basket of gourds and a cricket. Signed and seal marked. 39” x 13”. 450/650

1123

1124

1124.

BUDDHISTIC PAINTING ON SILK 17th/18th Century Depicting Buddha and various bodhisattvas amongst clouds, all on a blue ground. 35” x 14” sight. Framed 48” x 21.5”. 800/1,000

1125.

TWO SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER Early 20th Century After earlier examples. With black painted river landscapes. Signed and seal marked upper edge. 52” x 15” and 38” x 13”. 200/300

1126.

TWO SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER 20th Century 1) Bamboo with calligraphy. 44” x 13”. 2) Pink peonies on leafy branches with calligraphy. 53” x 17”. Both signed “Chiang”. 250/350

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1127

1127.

EIGHT-PANEL TABLE SCREEN Early 19th Century With painted alabaster panels. In Hongmu mounts. Panels decorated with court scenes, bronze vessels, children, and calligraphy. Height 22.25”. Overall length 34”. 800/1,200

1128.

TWO-PART ELMWOOD CUPBOARD Late 19th Century Lower cabinet with two doors and compartmented interior. Upper section with two doors. Floral carving at base. Height 96”. Width 43”. 500/800

1129.

PAIR OF ROUGE MARBLE-TOP STANDS 19th Century In circular form with pierced floral-design aprons. Heights 36”. Diameter of tops 10.5”. 700/900

1130.

MINIATURE HONGMU ALTAR CABINET 20th Century With inset marble top. Height 8.75”. Length 15.5”. 150/250

1131.

TWO LOW WOOD TABLES 1) One in hongmu. Height 7”. Top 25” x 14”. 2) One stained black. Height 13.25”. Top 16” x 35.5”. 800/1,000

1132.

HONGMU ARMCHAIR 20th Century With yoke back. Height of seat 12.5”. Height overall 28”. 300/400

1128

170

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1133.

FOUR-PANEL PAINTED CUPBOARD Early 20th Century Each upper panel with painted figural decoration. Floral panels below. The two central panels are doors that open to reveal a one-shelved interior. Openwork-carved floral frieze. Height 64”. Width 58”. Depth 23”. 500/800

1133

1134.

HONGMU DISPLAY CABINET 20th Century With two glass doors above two cupboard doors in base. Height 76.5”. Width 39”. Depth 13.5”. 450/550

1135.

PAIR OF CARVED ROSEWOOD TABORETS 20th Century Variegated inset marble tops. Heavily carved floral and mask design about the apron and legs. Heights 18”. Diameters 12”. 500/700

1136.

CARVED ROSEWOOD TABLE Early 20th Century In rectangular form with beaded edge and carved apron. With variegated marble top (cracked). Height 17”. Width 22”. Depth 17”. 300/400

1137.

HUANGHUALI CABINET Early 20th Century Top drawer with relief bat carving and one-door cabinet below with similar carving on door. Interior shelf not present. Paneled sides and back. Height 26”. Top 16” x 16”. 250/350

1134

1139

1138.

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”. 300/500

1139.

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”. 700/900

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1140

1140.

HONGMU DESK 20th Century In crescent form. Made in three parts with three drawers in upper section. Each side panel with three drawers including one file drawer. Shou and fretwork back panel. Height 29.5”. Length 84”. 750/950

1141.

PAIR OF CARVED “OFFICIAL’S HAT” ARMCHAIRS Early 20th Century In elmwood with double qilin medallions on curved back splats. Shaped crests and arms. Square seats and H-stretchers. Heights 45”. Heights of seats 21”. Widths 24” across arms. 400/600

1142.

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

1143.

ALTAR TABLE Late 19th Century In elm and other woods. Carved dragon and clouds to apron and corner returns. A drawer at each end under the raised molded edges. Opencarved medallions on sides of legs. Height 38”. Length 71”. Depth 13”. 400/600

1144.

HONGMU LOW STAND In rectangular form. With shaped apron and cabriole legs. Top 16” x 8.5”. Height 4.3”. 300/400

1145.

HONGMU LOW STAND In rectangular form with openwork apron. Top 16.75” x 10”. Height 6.25”. 350/450

1141 pair

172

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1146.

HONGMU DISPLAY CABINET 20th Century With glass-enclosed top carved with bamboo design and mounted with openwork grape and leaf crest. Base carved with bamboo design. Height 78”. Width 36”. Depth 16”. 350/550

1147.

PAIR OF HUANGHUALI ARMCHAIRS 20th Century With yoke backs and rush seats. Heights of seats 20”. Heights overall 39.5”. 900/1,200

1148.

PAIR OF CARVEDWOOD TEMPLE ORNAMENTS Early 20th Century The heads and clawed feet of a dragon. With inlaid painted eyes and carved details. Notched dovetailed backsides. Heights 7”. Depths 9”. 300/500

1149.

GILTWOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN Seated while holding a child. Height 11”.

1150.

CARVED GILTWOOD PANEL Late 19th Century In fan form with pierced bird and flower design. Length 14”. Mounted to a fabric panel. 100/150

1151.

THREE CARVED GILTWOOD PANELS Early 20th Century A pair of high-relief flower and bird cavings, 11” x 16”, and a figural processional scene, 8” x 16”. 200/400

Circa 1900 150/250

1146

1147 pair

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1152.

CARVED ZITAN PANEL 19th Century With dragon and cloud design. 17.75” x 82.75”. 400/600

Detail of 1152

1153.

CARVED WOOD FIGURE 18th/19th Century Depicting a nobleman seated on a throne. Height 15.75”. 300/500

1154.

APPROXIMATELY FIFTY ASSORTED WOOD STANDS From a diameter of 0.8” to a length of 6.25”. 600/800

1155.

PAIR OF MINIATURE HARDWOOD STANDS Late 19th Century Square tops with openwork-carved aprons, four shaped legs, and square stretcher bases. Heights 4”. Tops 4.5” square. 200/300

1156.

INDIAN SANDALWOOD LIFT-TOP BOX Cover carved with five deities. Length 12”.

1157.

THREE WOOD FIGURES 19th Century A rootwood figure of Joss, height 5.5”, a seated mandarin with gilt details, height 7”, and a gilt figure seated on a dragon throne, height 10”. 300/400

1153

174

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Circa 1900 150/250


1158

1159

1158.

CARVED RUYI SCEPTER In branch and fungus form. With relief-carved beetle. Length 17”. 600/800

1159.

CARVED BOXWOOD FIGURE 19th/20th Century Depicting a lohan seated on a rock. Height 5”. 500/600

1160.

ROOTWOOD CARVING In the form of a dancing boy. Height 14”.

1161.

TWO CARVED WOOD FIGURES A seated lohan with prayer beads, height 11.5”, and a seated figure with a wicker basket, height 9”. 300/400

1162.

TWO ASIAN WOOD ITEMS 1) Snuff bottle in key wood with elongated neck and handles. Carved floral decoration and a lotus pod-form stopper. Height 3.5”. 2) Boxwood figure seated on a lotus leaf while holding a staff. Height 2.5”. 250/350

1163.

FOUR CARVED WOOD FIGURES A pair of children holding a peach and a lotus leaf, heights 6.5”, and two polychromed figures of women, heights 5”. 150/250

1164.

HONGMU PLAQUE In bat and shou design. 14” x 11.25”.

19th Century 500/700

Early 20th Century 250/450 1160

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1165

1165.

1166.

1167.

CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN 1168. Late 19th Century Seated in the Royal Ease position on a throne. Height 13”. Width 8”. 200/300 1169. PAIR OF OPENWORK WOOD BOWL STANDS In pentagon form with scrolled elements. Heights overall 24.5”. Diameters of tops 11.5”. 450/550 1170. CARVED WOOD SIGN Circa 1900 Carved with two characters “Jin Hong”. 20.75” x 35.3”. 300/400

LARGE COLLECTION OF WOOD STANDS Includes approximately fifty-five stands and pieces of stands. 600/800 ZITAN CARVING 20th Century In the form of lotus leaves and blossoms. Height 15”. 300/500 CARVED WOOD FERTILITY DOLL 18th Century Double-sided face with male on one side and female on the other. Jointed and stringed limbs on an anatomically correct body. Height 13.5”. 200/300

1166 pair

176

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1171

1172

1171.

INDONESIAN STONE CARVING 13th Century Depicting Ganesha seated on a lotus throne. Height 10.75”. 500/700

1172.

CARVED STONE FIGURE OF BUDDHA 18th Century Seated in lotus position on a tiered plinth. With circular mandala. Height 12”. 700/900

1173.

BURL WOOD WRITER’S COUPE In natural form. Length 3.7”.

19th Century 450/550

1174.

CARVED GILTWOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA Early 20th Century Seated in Earth-Touching position on a tiered plinth. Height 15.5”. 200/400

1175.

PAIR OF CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD PANELS First Half of the 20th Century Openwork decoration of birds on a flowering tree branch above iris. Gilt frames with some wear. Height 48”. Width 8”. Depth 0.5”. 300/400

1176.

NEPALESE CARVED WOOD PHURBU 19th Century Carved with skulls and a four-footed animal with a human head. Length 10.5”. 200/300

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177


1177

178

1177.

POLYCHROME MARBLE HEAD OF GUANYIN Wearing an elaborate headdress decorated with seven bodhisattvas. Height 7”. 800/1,200

1178.

SOUTHEAST ASIAN STONE FIGURE Khmer Style After a Baphuon sculpture. Depicting Uma in standing position. Height 16.25”. 300/400

1179.

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. 200/400

1180.

LARGE CARVED STONE COMPOSITE BUDDHA HEAD Height 15”. Width 12”. Depth 10”. Mounted on a separate blackwood base. Height 22”. Top 10” square. 500/800

1181.

THAI BRONZE BUDDHA HAND 20th Century Blessing Buddha hand with palm amulet mounted on wood base. Height 9.5”. Width 4”. Length 6.5”. 200/300

1178

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1182

1182.

TIBETAN GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF MAHAKALA WITH HIS CONSORT IN YAB-YUM 19th Century Painted details to the figures’ heads. Standing on a lotus base, with detachable flame mandala. Impressed lotus mark on base. Height 13.5”. 800/1,000

1183.

PAIR OF TIBETAN COPPER AND BRASS INCENSE STICK HOLDERS 20th Century In cylinder form. With lion’s-head and boteh designs. Heights 9.5”. 300/400

1184.

TIBETAN BRONZE FIGURE OF AVALOKITESHVARA Late 19th Century Seated on a lotus-form base. Base with seal mark. Height 5.75”. 200/300

1185.

THREE TIBETAN THANKAS 1) Buddha with bodhisattvas. 22” x 17”. 2) Central mandala with Buddha. 17” x 13”. 3) Unmounted with Buddha figure. 25” x 17”. 400/500

1186.

TIBETAN THANKA 20th Century Depicting a seated lama surrounded by various bodhisattvas. 23” x 15”. 250/350

1187.

TIBETAN BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA Early 19th Century With traces of gilding. Seated on a lotus base. Height 4.25”. 300/500

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179


1188

180

1188.

TIBETAN THANKA 19th/20th Century Depicting Buddha enthroned with a multitude of bodhisattvas and other deities. Unmounted. 35” x 23”. 300/500

1189.

TIBETAN THANKA Early 20th Century Depicting green Tara seated on a lotus throne surrounded by various deities. 20.5” x 27”. 300/400

1190.

JAPANESE LACQUER-DECORATED BOX 20th Century In butterfly form. With bat, butterfly, flower, and carp decoration. Length 17.75”. 300/400

1191.

CINNABAR BRUSH POT In cylinder form with floral design. Height 5.5”. 400/500

1189

1192.

LAC BURGAUTÉ SEAL PASTE BOX 20th Century In circular form with floral decoration. Diameter 2.8”. 200/400

1193.

EIGHT-PANEL POLYCHROME LACQUER-ON-WOOD TABLE SCREEN Early 19th Century Depicting relief figures in a landscape on a brown ground. Reverse with birds in a landscape (heavily worn). Height 18”. Length 36”. 200/300

1194.

RED LACQUER CINNABAR BOX Early 20th Century In circular form. With well-carved temple in a landscape decoration to top. Foliate banding to exterior. Height 3”. Diameter 7”. 200/300

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1195

1195.

CINNABAR COVERED BOX In circular form. With five-claw dragon design. Sixcharacter Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 7.75”. 1,000/1,500

1196.

CINNABAR VASE Circa 1900 In baluster form with figural landscape design. Height 14”. Mounted as a table lamp. 750/1,150

1197 pair

1196

1197.

PAIR OF CINNABAR COVERED VASES Late 19th Centruy In baluster form. With figural landscape design. Domed covers with peony finials. Heights 11.3”. 800/1,000

1198.

BLACK AND RED CINNABAR COVERED BOX Circa 1900 In circular form. With black figural landscape on a red ground. Diameter 5”. 700/900

1199.

CINNABAR BLACK LACQUER AND PIETRA DURA TABLE SCREEN Decorated on one face with five-claw dragon panel; on reverse with fruit and flowers. Height 15”. Width 14.5”. 600/800

1200.

BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER BRUSH POT In cylinder form with butterfly and flower cartouches on a lattice ground. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Diameter 7.5”. 500/700

1198

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1201.

JADE BEAD AND CINNABAR NECKLACE Fifty-six approx. 9.2 mm sage green jade beads. Round cinnabar pendant and two beads with filigree vermeil frames. Unmarked. Length 21”. 500/1,000

1202.

JADE BEAD NECKLACE Fifty-one approx. 10 mm green jade beads separated by two sections triple-strung with smaller jade, rose quartz, and purple glass beads. One section also strung with a barrel-form jade bead. Length 33”. 600/800

1203.

MANDARIN-STYLE NECKLACE With pearl, glass, and stone beads. Length 50” plus drops. 400/600

1204.

MANDARIN BEAD NECKLACE 19th Century With coral red and black beads interspersed with green glass beads simulating jadeite. Length 56”. 900/1,200

1205.

1206.

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THREE HARDSTONE NECKLACES 1) Agate with carved beads, gold spacers, and a carved dragon on a circular pendant. Length 10”. 2) White jade bead with central green jade bi-form pendant. Length 11.5”. 3) Four strings of coral and jade beads with five cylindrical carved green jade beads. Length 18”. 250/350 SILVER AND CARNELIAN AGATE CHOKER Late 19th Century Three strands of carnelian beads strung with smaller floral-carved ojime- form silver beads and gold-washed silver seed-form spacers. Clasp marked. Length closed 8”. 400/600

1207.

AMBER BEAD NECKLACE With graduated oval beads. Length 41”. 800/1,000

1208.

LAPIS LAZULI NECKLACE With engraved crystal and pierced stained beads. Length 29”. 350/550

1209.

SIX PIECES OF JEWELRY 1) Celadon jade beaded necklace with cloisonné and gold spacer beads. Length 16”. 2) Celadon jade 2” bi with 18kt gold mount. On a 16” sterling silver chain. 3) Reticulated silver filigree fish with turquoise eyes. Length 2.5”. Clasp at mouth marked “sterling”. 4) Cloisonné enamel finger cover inset with hardstones and mounted as a brooch. Length 3”. 5) Black cloisonné enamel bangle bracelet with floral decoration. Diameter 3”. 6) silver dragon’shead hairpin. Length 2”. 500/800

1210.

SIX PIECES OF JEWELRY 1) Apple green jade bead choker. Gold clasp marked “Robert DeMario, NYC. Length 14.5”. 2-5) Four jade or jadeite pendants. A reticulated bi, length 2.25”, a green hardstone brooch surrounded by seed pearls in a silver mount, length 2.25”, and a pair of green hardstone button earrings in gold mounts with the clasp marked “Kramer”, diameters 0.75”. 6) Pendant with green jade “peas” in a silver pod. Length 1”. 250/350

1211.

SEVEN PIECES OF ASSORTED JEWELRY A 15” jadeite necklace, a red and green jadeite pendant on a 32” jade chain, an agate pendant necklace, a bone necklace, a jade bangle bracelet with 14kt gold clasp, a red and green bangle bracelet, and a 15” beaded necklace. 300/400

1212.

DOUBLE-STRUNG RED CORAL BEAD MALA Late 19th Century Length 10”. 200/300

1213.

JADE, SILVER, AND ENAMEL BRACELET With five oval jade cabochons bezel-set in silver with red and blue enamel floral design. 300/400

1214.

PAIR OF GREEN AND WHITE JADEITE BANGLE BRACELETS Exterior diameter 2.9”, interior diameter 2.3”. Exterior diameter 2.75”, interior diameter 2.1”. 300/500

1215.

14KT GOLD AND NEPHRITE PENDANT By the Parenti Sisters, Newbury Street, Boston. In egg form. Set in a 14kt gold mount. 2.5” x 1.75”. 300/400

1216.

TWO SIMILAR CHINESE 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”. 200/400

1217.

INDIAN MULTI-STONE PRINCESS RING In 18kt gold mount. 250/350

1218.

INDONESIAN CARVED COCONUT SHELL NECKLACE Early 20th Century Central 2.5” animalistic medallion surrounded by linked floral rosettes. Length 12.5”. 200/300

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1201

1203 1202

1207

1204 1208

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1219

1220

1221

1219.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TEAPOT Circa 1900 In drum form. With dragon and cloud design on a blue ground. Height 5.75”. 300/500

1220.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CENSER 19th Century In six-lobed melon form. With tripod base. Body decorated with passionflowers on a white ground. Height 5”. 300/500

1221.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED BOX Early 20th Century In rectangular form. With passionflower design on a blue ground. Two character “Ta Ming” mark on base. Length 4.8”. 250/350

1222.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CENSER 20th Century In ovoid form with tripod base. Domed cover with pierced floral-design finial. Stylized mask design. Height 10”. 400/600 1222

1223

184

1223.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL FIGURE OF A CAMEL 20th Century Standing with raised head and carrying maskdesign saddlebags. Body decorated with stylized dragons on a white ground. Height 18.5”. 800/1,000

1224.

EIGHT-PIECE ENAMEL PROGRESSIVE SERIES OF VASES 20th Century With butterfly and flower design. Heights 6.2”. 200/300

1225.

PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES 20th Century In baluster form. With five -claw dragon design on a black ground. Base marked “Made in China”. Heights 14.5”. 300/400

1226.

CHAMPLEVÉ AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE 19th Century In baluster form. With champlevé decoration of qilin about the body, surrounded by scrolled decoration. Applied rams’ heads and two applied ring handles. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp. 300/400

1227.

CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated on a double lotus throne. Fourcharacter Qianlong mark at back. Height 8.25”. 200/300

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1228 two

1228.

TWO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL INCENSE BURNERS Early 20th Century In horse and donkey form, both similar in detail. The larger with brass embellishments to the halter and a blanket-form cover. Height 13”. Length 17”. The smaller with a saddle and blanket-form cover. Height 11.5”. Length 11”. 400/600

1229.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CENSER 19th Century In ovoid form. With blue five-claw dragons on a white ground. Domed cover with dragon finial. Height 5.5”. With silk box. 900/1,200

1230.

SILVER FILIGREE AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL FIGURE GROUP 19th Century Two men hoisting a palanquin with movable doors. Height 2.25”. Length 3.5”. Mounted on a wood stand. 200/300

1231.

SIX PIECES OF ENAMELWARE 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

1232.

PAINTED ENAMEL CHARGER 20th Century With figural landscape design. Diameter 14”. 150/250

1233.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Circa 1900 In baluster form. With passionflower design on a blue ground. Height 9.25”. 100/150

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1229

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1235.

PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL TRUMPET VASES With tripod base and lion’s-head and loose ring handles. Body decorated with archaic-style mask designs. Heights 23”. 900/1,200

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BOX Late 19th Century In butterfly form. With colorful butterflies on a yellow ground. Carved white jade butterfly inset in center of cover. Scrolled lotus design on a turquoise-colored enamel base. Height 4”. Length 13”. 400/600 1235

186

1236.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CENSER Early 20th Century In ovoid form. With tripod base, lion and loose ring handles, and domed cover with lion finial. Body decorated with passionflower design. Height 6.5”. 100/200

1237.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BOX Early 20th Century In the form of a melon or gourd. With gourd, leaf, and vines on a ribbed yellow ground. Height 5”. Length 8”. 200/250

1238.

TWO PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL 19th/20th Century Bird-form handled ewer, height 7.25”, and reclining ram-form covered incense burner, length 7.5”. 300/400

1239.

SIX PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL 19th/20th Century 1-2) Two snuff bottles in flattened spade shape. With lotus decoration on a brown ground. (One sans stopper.) 3) Bell with floral design on a brown body. Carved white jade finial with bird and qilin decoration. Height 4”. 4) White horse with lotus decoration on the ground (missing its base). Height 5”. 5-6) Pair of miniature vases in baluster form. With floral decoration on a blue ground. Heights 3”. 300/500

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1240 pair

1240.

PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL WARRIORS 20th Century Each in standing position, holding a halbert and wearing a sword. Each with a silver-gilt headdress and some silver-gilt details. Heights 12.75”. 900/1,200

1244.

TWO PIECES OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL Early 20th Century 1) Lift-top box with floral decoration. Height 2.5”. Length 5”. Depth 3.5”. 2) Baluster-form vase with five-claw dragon on a green ground. Height 9.25”. 300/400

1241.

PAIR OF ENAMEL-ON-SILVER GILT LION FIGURES 20th Century One holding a pup; the other a brocade ball. Length 3.75”. 600/800

1245.

PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED JARS Early 20th Century In inverted pear shape. With passionflower design on a blue ground. Height 2.3”. 300/500

1242.

TWO PIECES OF PAINTED ENAMEL A melon-form box, diameter 4.5”, and a miniature libation cup with dragon handle, length 4”. 200/300

1246.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BOWL Early 20th Century In ovoid form with five-claw dragon design. Fourcharacter Ming mark on base. Diameter 8”. 300/500

1243.

JADE-INLAID ENAMEL BOX Circa 1900 In rectangular form. With passionflower design on a green ground. Cover inlaid with heartshaped dragon plaque. Length overall 4.25”. 250/350

1247.

CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL COVERED BOX Early 20th Century In ovoid form. With passionflower design on a black ground. Diameter 4.75”. 250/350

1248.

PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES Early 20th Century In baluster form. With five-claw dragon design on a black ground. Heights 5”. 250/350

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1249.

NICHOLS-STYLE ART DECO RUG 11’10” x 9’1” Colorful rondels of five-claw dragons and phoenix on a royal blue ground. Green wave and wide geometric rainbow end borders with floral spandrels in matching colors. Fringe ends. 400/700

1250.

ORIENTAL RUG: CHINESE 8’7” x 11’2” Central medallion composed of flowering branches, stylized lotuses, and bats in light blue on an ivory field. Spandrels echo the medallion. Borders feature key fret, flower branch, and calligraphic motifs. 300/500

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1251.

ORIENTAL RUG: CHINESE DESIGN 5’9” x 8’0” Open ivory field surrounded by a broad, navy blue border containing sparsely scattered flower branches rendered in pinks, blues, and brown in traditional fashion. 300/500

1252.

SOAPSTONE BRUSH REST In triangular form. With applied hardstone details. Length 5”.

1253.

BAMBOO BRUSH POT 20th Century With relief carving depicting the Eight Horses of Wu Mang. Height 6.5”. 250/350

1254.

BLACKWOOD BRUSH POT In tree-stump form. Height 6.25”.

1255.

BAMBOO BRUSH POT 19th Century With carved openwork decoration of figures in a bamboo grove. Height 7.5”. 5” across top. 150/250

200/300

19th Century 250/350

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1257

1256

1256.

ZITAN BRUSH POT In cylinder form. With calligraphic design. Height 6”. Diameter 5.25”.

1257.

BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER HINGED BOX In rectangular form. With figural landscape design. Length 7.75”.

1258.

BAMBOO WRIST REST 20th Century By Xu Tienfang. Depicting an eagle perched in a pine tree. Length 13”. Wood stand. 500/700

1259.

BLACK SCHOLAR’S ROCK In mountain range form. Length 20.5”. With stand. Height overall 18.25”. 600/800

1260.

ZITAN BRUSH POT Height 9”. Diameter 9”.

Circa 1900 500/700

18th/19th Century 1,500/2,000

1258

~ CONCLUSION~

1259

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Circa 1900 1,000/1,500

1260


illustrations Front Cover: Lot 1086 detail Back Cover:

(clockwise left to right) Lots 986, 110, 153. 853-854

Pg. 1 Pgs. 2-3 Pgs. 4-5 Pg. 6 Pgs. 100-101 Pg. 102 Pg. 103 Pg. 104 This page Pg. 192 Pg. 194 Pg. 196 Pg. 200

Lot 1094 detail Lot 620 detail Lot 359 (one of approx. 50) Lot 301 detail Lot 603 detail Lot 296 detail Lot 1033 (one of pair) Lot 809 detail Lot 1103 detail Lot 1113 detail Lot 931 Lot 597 detail Lot 596 detail

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192 Lot 1113

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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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Offering Complimentary estimates Competitive rates Prompt payment Personalized service More than 60 years of auction experience

Lot 931

consign with us today! Contact us to learn more 508-385-3116

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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. 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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iasconset Beach - Nantucket” by Francis Seth Shedd Frost il on canvas, 36” x 60” timate $25,000/35,000

SUMMER 2019 AUCTION SCHEDULE

MAY 2-3

Asian Art

nsign early for premier catalog placement d other exclusive marketing opportunities.

JUNE 13

Fine & Decorative Art

JULY 13

Nantucket Auction

ering competitive rates, personalized service d exceptional prices realized.

JULY 25

The Marine Sale

196 Lot 597

JULY 31, AUGUST 1-2 Americana

AUGUST 7

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Contemporary Art


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:

Company:

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Address:

Email: MA Resale #:

City:

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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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SIGNATURE (required):

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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

info@eldreds.com

Phone: 508-385-3116

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Save the date

The inaugural Nantucket Auction July 13 at the Boys & Girls Club, Nantucket

“Siasconset Beach - Nantucket” by Francis Seth Shedd Frost Part of the Nantucket Auction

SPRING/ SUMMER 2019 AUCTION SCHEDULE MAY 16

Spring Evening Sale

JUNE 13

Fine & Decorative Art

JULY 13

Nantucket Auction

JULY 25

The Marine Sale

JULY 31,-AUGUST 2 AUGUST 7

CAPE COD

AUGUST 19-24

Main Office & Auction House

Americana Contemporary Art Asian Art Week

1483 Route 6A, East Dennis, Mass. 508-385-3116

CONNECTICUT

Open for consignment appointments and pick-up of select purchases

5 Roosevelt Avenue, Mystic, Ct. 860-912-8169 198

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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

No:

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Spring 2019 Asian Art Auction Catalog  

Includes Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Tibetan, Korean and Indian Art.

Spring 2019 Asian Art Auction Catalog  

Includes Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Tibetan, Korean and Indian Art.