2021 Spring Asian Art Auction

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ASIAN ART MARCH 17-19, 2021

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ASIAN ART

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 17-19, 2021

Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. Headquarters 1483 Route 6A P.O. Box 796 East Dennis, MA 02641 (508) 385-3116 fax: (508) 385-7201 MA License #155 Connecticut Office 5 Roosevelt Avenue Mystic, CT 06355 (860) 912-8169

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Auction

All three sessions beginning at 9:30 a.m. Eastern at our East Dennis Headquarters. Online, phone and absentee bidding available. In-person bidding not available.

Bidders holding a Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number must provide the certificate or copy thereof when registering to bid or otherwise will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax on purchases. Items picked up in or shipped to Connecticut are subject to 6.35% Connecticut sales tax. Residents of other states may be subject to state and local sales taxes.

Important notices

Exhibit

Tuesday, March 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., pre-scheduled appointments requested.

Absentee and Telephone Bidding

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Terms

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Prospective bidders should satisfy themselves by personal inspection as to the condition of each lot. It is the bidder’s responsibility to obtain a condition report, by either visiting our website or contacting us. Although condition reports may be given on request, such reports are statements of opinion only. The absence of a condition report does not imply the property is in good condition. Regardless of whether or not a condition report is given, all property is sold subject to Item 1 of our Conditions of Sale, which provides that all property is sold as is. All dimensions and weights are approximate. Per Federal and international regulations, items made with whale bone, ivory or other protected species will not be shipped internationally without CITES and other necessary permits. Obtaining these permits is the exclusive obligation of the buyer. Items made with these materials and marked with an asterisk (*) may only be purchased by a Massachusetts resident and will not be shipped out of state. Firearms marked with an asterisk (*) will only be delivered to holders of a Federal Firearms Dealer’s License.

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Staff Directory Antiques & Fine Art Specialists

Production & Administrative Staff

Joshua F. Eldred CEO and President Head of American and European Paintings jeldred@eldreds.com

Mary Ann Giddings Eldred Chairwoman of the Board maeldred@eldreds.com Wendy A. Dunford Treasurer wendy@eldreds.com

William Bourne Vice President Head of Americana and Maritime Arts bill@eldreds.com Eric S. Mulak Vice President Head of Sporting Antiques, Folk Art & Collectibles Consignment Manager eric@eldreds.com

Devyn Henry Administrative Assistant dhenry@eldreds.com Angela R. McParland Executive Assistant amcparland@eldreds.com

Duncan Gray Head of General Merchandise dgray@eldreds.com

Kristyn Mills Head of Photography kmills@eldreds.com

Leah S. Kingman Head of European Decorative Arts lkingman@eldreds.com

Madison Morris Assistant Head of Photography mmorris@eldreds.com

Glen Krawczyk Head of Oriental Rugs glen@eldreds.com

Kathleen Morse Auction Coordinator kmorse@eldreds.com

Anne G. Lajoie Head of Asian Arts annie@eldreds.com

Megan Nichols Shipping Coordinator mnichols@eldreds.com

Gregg Dietrich Senior Consultant and Specialist

Tanya Sargent Assistant to the Treasurer tsargent@eldreds.com Caleb G. Seaver Shipping cseaver@eldreds.com

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Mary M. Kuhrtz, Barbara H. Cleary and Christine Leofanti Gallery Assistants

Sarah Eldred Taylor Vice President of Human Resources sarah@eldreds.com

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Index

Session I:

Sessions II Lots 401-695

Ceramics Lots 1-81, 95-102 Property from the India House Lots 82-94 Netsuke & Inro Lots 103-156

Sessions III Lots 701-996 Bidder Information & Registration Pages 125-127

Tsuba Lots 165-169

Illustrations Page 128

Snuff Bottles Lots 170-205 Jewelry Lots 206-212 Jade & Hardstone Lots 213-225 Prints & Paintings Lots 226-243 Enamel Lots 244-249 Metalwork Lots 250-275 Wood Carvings Lots 276-283 Lacquer Lots 285-290 Furniture Lots 284, 291-302 Textiles Lots 304-308 Ivory Lots 309-315

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Properties From

The India House, New York The Family of Woodbridge Bingham A Florida Collection A Newport, Rhode Island Collection Private Boston Collection The Symmes/ Shiro Kuma Collection Private Collection, San Antonio Texas Several Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collections

And numerous other estates and collections

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Session I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021

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CHINESE MIRROR BLACK PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In bladder form, with gilt decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing a fiery pearl. Remnants of an old label on base. Height 15”. 800/1,000

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Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection.

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CHINESE BLACK, GILT AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In hu form. Repeating floral mon-in-square decoration on a black ground. Vase height 11.25”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 26”. 500/700

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CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN SQUARE BOWL 19th Century Each side of exterior decorated with a blue and white landscape cartouche against a gilt grapevine-filled green ground. Interior with blue and white fern decoration and a wave and cloud rim. Six-character Chenghua mark on base. Height 2.5”. Length 4.5”. 400/600

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CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL Circa 1800 Interior central decoration of figures in an interior, with two rabbits and a salmon red and gilt foliate border. Exterior with repeating decoration of figures at various pursuits within an interior. Height 4”. Diameter 10”. 500/700

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PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE, RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In rouleau form, with prunus, pine, bamboo and rockery landscape decoration. Stylized mark on base. Heights 18”. 700/1,000

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PAIR OF CHINESE BLACK AND WHITE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF SEATED PUPPIES Late 19th Century Red and gilt-painted collars. Heights 6.5”. With fitted box. 500/700

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CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT 20th Century Octagonal barrel form, with traditional decoration. Height 19”. 600/800

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6, pair

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In tapered rectangular form, with decoration of alternating cartouches of flowers, birds and scholars’ objects against a floraland vine-filled dark green ground. Height 15”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 29”. 700/900

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CHINESE BLUE, RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Early 20th Century Decoration of white flowering lotus flowers and blue vines on a red ground. Lappet decoration at rim and foot. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 33”. 600/800

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PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS 19th Century Hexagonal, with domed covers and stepped shoulders. Each panel decorated with young boys in various pursuits. Heights 10”. Mounted as table lamps with flared wood bases. Total heights 22”. 1,000/1,200

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PAIR OF OVERSIZE CHINESE NINE-PEACH PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASES 20th Century Six-character mark on bases. Heights 22”. 800/1,000

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OVERSIZE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Interior decorated with a warrior on horseback and an attendant in a landscape. Exterior with continuous decoration of a warrior on horseback over a lappet-decorated foot ring. Height 9”. Diameter 19”. 700/900

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11, pair

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13, pair

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16, pair

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN ROULEAU VASE 19th Century Decoration of sages and attendants in a landscape. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 16”. 800/1,200

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TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES Kangxi Period In pear and meiping forms, both with the Hawthorn pattern on cracked ice. Heights 4” and 7”. 600/800 Meiping Vase Provenance: Park-McCullough House, North Bennington, Vermont.

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CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In the form of two cherubs on a tree trunk. Applied floral decoration. Base drilled. Height 11.5”. 600/800

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PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWLS 19th Century In bat form, with floral, peach and bat decoration on a blue ground. Traces of four-character Qianlong mark on bases. Lengths 7.5”. With silk covered fitted box. 500/700

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE In double hexagonal form, with allover flying crane and cloud decoration. Height 13”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 26.5”. 400/600

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In temple jar form, with phoenix and peony decoration on an orange fish scale ground. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp with Continental gilt metal mounts. Total height 20”. 1,200/1,800

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR VASE Late 19th Century Decoration on each panel of reserves alternately filled with landscapes and scholars’ objects. Green ground highlighted with famille rose lotus and other flowers. Height 19”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 25”. 700/900

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN HEXAGONAL VASE 19th Century Raised phoenix and peony decoration on a scrolled salmon red ground, with famille jaune ruyi lappets at mouth and lotus decoration at base. Height 18”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 34”. 500/700

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century Hexagonal, with mask and ring handles. Each face decorated with figures in various pursuits within a continuous landscape. Height 15”. Mounted as a table lamp with Continental metal mounts. Total height 23”. 800/1,200

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CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Decoration of a phoenix in a floral landscape. Height 12”. Diameter 14.5”. 600/800

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BRUSH WASHER 19th Century In the form of two figures standing on a plinth flanking an open lotus flower. Height 4.5”. Length 3”. 600/800

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN TEAPOT 19th Century In the form of a blue fu dog clutching a ball-form teapot, its tail comprising the handle and its horn the knop of the cover. Height 6”. Length 7”. 300/500

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SET OF FOUR CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN TILE PAINTINGS Early 20th Century Each depicts a riverfront village with mountains in the background. Faux bois borders. Seal marked lower left. 10” x 16”. Framed 16” x 24”. 4,000/6,000

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT Late 19th/Early 20th Century In octagonal drum form. Lotus, vine and openwork coin decoration. Height 19”. Width 12”. 800/1,000

SET OF ELEVEN CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN SWEETMEAT DISHES Kangxi Period In fan, hexagonal and trapezoidal forms, with flowering tree branch and lotus decoration. Lengths from 4.5” to 5.5”. 600/800

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CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 19th Century Standing on a ruyi base. Impressed mark on back. Height 13”. 600/800

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE 19th Century In the Hawthorn pattern. Pierced wood domed cover. Height 8.5”. 300/500

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN ROULEAU VASE 20th Century Body with decoration of fighting warriors on horseback. Neck with flowers, bamboo and rockery. Collector’s label on base. Height 10”. 400/600

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PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI PORCELAIN FU DOGS Late 19th Century The male with a brocade ball under his foot, and the female with a pup. Both seated on an aubergine plinth. Heights 12”. 400/600

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TWO PIECES OF CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE FLORAL PORCELAIN Circa 1899 Taken from a sweetmeat set. In crescent form, with gilt chestnut knops. Interiors decorated with a lion passant at the center border of each. Lengths 12”. 600/800

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LARGE CHINESE ARCHAIC-STYLE BLACK POTTERY BOWL In ovoid form. Matte black glaze. Height 11”. Diameter 15”. With a rectangular hardwood stand with scrolled base. Stand height 4”. Length 22”. 500/800

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PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI POTTERY CAPARISONED CAMEL-FORM WINE JARS Late 19th Century Spinach and egg glaze. Raised rosettes across the bodies. Spouts at backs and mouths. Heights 15”. Lengths 19”. Widths 8”. 2,000/3,000

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PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI POTTERY FU DOG ROOF TILES Early 19th Century Seated with a flowering urn on a tiered plinth. Heights 10”. Widths 3”. Depths 3”. 400/600

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37, pair

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PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI POTTERY TOMB FIGURES Ming Dynasty Musicians holding horns and standing on stepped bases. Heights 9.5”. 300/500

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PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI POTTERY TOMB FIGURES Ming Dynasty Attendants with removable heads, standing on hexagonal plinths and wearing traditional robes. Heights 16”. 400/600

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PAIR OF CHINESE POTTERY RECUMBENT RAMS Possibly Han Dynasty Lengths 5”. With rosewood stand. Stand height 3”. Length 6”. 300/400

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TANG POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE AND RIDER Traces of original paint. Repaired. Height 13”. Length 9”. 700/900

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CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF FLAMBÉ PORCELAIN HU-FORM VASE 20th Century Height 17.5”. 300/400

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CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD VASE Early 20th Century Height 13”. 300/400

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TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HU-FORM VASES Late 19th Century Applied pomegranate-form handles at neck. Continuous landscape decoration. Heights 11” and 14”. Mounted as table lamps with wood bases. 1,000/1,500

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PAIR OF CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS 19th Century Openwork bell-form bases surmounted with amphoraform waists, cylindrical necks and slightly flared mouths centering candle cups. Each section with varying figural and floral decoration on a tomato red ground. Seal marked on bases. Heights 15.5”. 700/900 Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection.

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BOWL 18th/19th Century In bell form, with enameled decoration of flowers, birds and rockery. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 3”. Diameter 6”. 400/600 Provenance: Collection of Gloria Lowengart, San Francisco, 1980s-1990s.

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FINE CHINESE SANCAI PORCELAIN COVERED CENSER Early 19th Century In ovoid form, with openwork rondels about the body, two applied floral and twig handles at the shoulder, and a slightly raised foot. Domed cover with pierced chrysanthemum design and floral knop. Height 4.5”. 500/800 Provenance: Collection of C.M. Franzero, England, Mid-20th Century.

43, pair

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CHINESE MONOCHROME LIGHT BLUE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE Possibly Yongzheng Period Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 10.5”. 500/800

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CHINESE MONOCHROME BLUE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Late 19th Century Height 14”. 1,000/1,500

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CROCUS VASE 19th Century Bulbous lobed base with five hexagonal wells surrounding a central cylindrical neck with onion-form mouth. Allover floral decoration. Height 9.5”. 700/900

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Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection.

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CHINESE DAYAZHAI YELLOW-GROUND PORCELAIN VASE 18th/19th Century In amphora form, with two salmon red dragon’s-head and mock ring handles. Grisaille decoration of flowers and trees in a landscape highlighted by a few salmon red flowers. Threecharacter Dayazhai mark on shoulder and four-character Yong qing chang chun mark on base. Height 9”. 1,200/1,500 Provenance: An English Collection, 1970s-1980s. Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York.

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CHINESE LIGHT CELADON PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In squat bladder form, with a slightly flared mouth. Neck with incised acanthus leaf decoration and body with key fret design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 7.5”. 600/800

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN TEAPOT Kangxi Period, Late 17th Century In lobed drum form. Conforming faux rattan porcelain handle. Replaced cover with white glaze fu dog knop. Decoration of various animals in a landscape. Height 7”. 600/800

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PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Flowering cherry tree branch decoration. Heights 16”. Diameters 17.5”. 1,200/1,800

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CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWL Kangxi Period, 17th Century Height 1.75”. Diameter 8”. 500/700 Provenance: Ralph M. Chait Galleries, New York. 54 55

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE NINE-PEACH PORCELAIN BRUSH POT Early 20th Century Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 7.25”. Diameter 7.25”. 500/700

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BRUSH WASHER Early 20th Century Interior decorated with a grasshopper on a gourd below calligraphic inscription and seal marks. Height 2”. Diameter 4.5”. 600/800

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Republic Period In baluster form, with decoration of a dragon chasing a fiery pearl over a wave. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 12.25”. 600/800

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PAIR OF PORCELAIN COVERED TEA CUPS AND UNDERTRAYS WITH EROTIC SCENES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Exterior decorated with butterflies and lotus. Interior of the cups and covers decorated with couples engaged in amorous pursuits. Heights 3.36”. 500/700

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Provenance: Eldred’s, August 23, 1985, Lot #1211.

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CHINESE RETICULATED PORCELAIN CRICKET CAGE WITH EROTIC SCENES 19th Century Rectangular, with turquoise glaze sides and base with famille rose decoration of four couples in amorous pursuits. Height 1.75”. Length 8”. Width 2.75”. With carved wood stand. 400/600

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CHINESE POLYCHROME ENAMELED PORCELAIN DISH WITH EROTIC SCENES 19th Century Top with exquisite floral and cherry blossom decoration. Signed and seal marked at lower right edge. Underside with four scenes of couples in amorous pursuits. Diameter 7.5”. 600/800

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Provenance: Eldred’s, August 28, 1982, Lot #511.

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BASIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Figural landscape decoration. Six-character Ming mark under lotus-decorated rim. Height 8”. Diameter 16”. 6,000/8,000

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CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN CHARGER Late 19th/Early 20th Century Shaped edge. Raised dragon and fiery pearl decoration. Diameter 17”. 1,800/2,200

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CHINESE COBALT BLUE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In globular form. White glaze at rim. Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 23”. 6,000/8,000

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TILE Republic Period Depicts a temple at the water’s edge, overlooking a waterfall. Inscribed and seal marked upper left “Wang Mei Yao”. 17” x 16”. Framed 19” x 18”. 1,000/1,500

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CHINESE JUNYAO PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Height 2.25”. Diameter 7.25”. 1,000/1,200

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KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN BOWL 19th Century In conical form, with rice decoration on interior and floral banding on exterior. Height 3”. Diameter 7”. 600/800

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CHINESE UNDERGLAZE RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN WRITER’S COUPE Early 20th Century In beehive form, with dragon rondel design. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 5.3”. 1,000/2,000

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED BOX Ming Dynasty Octagonal, with decoration of figures in a courtyard landscape. Six-character Jiajing mark on base. Height 6”. Width 12”. 1,500/1,800

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BEEHIVE-FORM WATER DROPPER Late 19th Century Alternating floral and figural enameled decoration, with a blue lappet ring at shoulder and blue diapered banding at base. Height 4.5”. 500/700

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In pear shape, with a garlic-form mouth and cylindrical neck. Allover figural landscape decoration. Height 13.5”. 800/1,000

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE Republic Period Squat bulbous base with slightly flared mouth, cylindrical neck and slightly raised foot. Allover enameled decoration of chickens. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 12.5”. 1,000/1,200

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CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Qing Dynasty Hand-painted decoration of two bats and nine peaches on flowering branches against a turquoise ground, with an elaborate lappet design about the neck. Six-character Yongzheng mark inside a double blue foot ring. Height 8.5”. 5,000/7,000

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CHINESE APPLE GREEN CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN BULB BOWL 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with inverted gilt rim. Height 3”. Diameter 10”. 500/700

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CHINESE FLAMBÉ PORCELAIN BULB BOWL Early 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with inverted rim. Dramatic green splash interior. Height 3”. Diameter 10”. 400/600

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CHINESE LONGQUAN CELADON PORCELAIN DEEP DISH Late 20th Century Ribbed interior. Height 3.5”. Diameter 13”. 500/700

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CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN BULB BOWL 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with an inverted gilt rim. Incised four-character mark on plaque on base. Height 3.25”. Diameter 10”. 400/600

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CHINESE CELADON CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN BOWL Early 20th Century Height 3”. Diameter 12”. 400/600

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CHINESE LIGHT CELADON PORCELAIN DISH Early 20th Century Underglaze lotus flower decoration. Height 2”. Diameter 11.50”. 500/700

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TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF PHOENIXES 19th Century Standing on openwork rockery bases. Heights 11” and 13”. 500/1,000

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CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WINE CUP Early 20th Century In bell form, with decoration of shou and three lotus vine rondels. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 2”. 250/350

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CHINESE CLAIR DE LUNE PORCELAIN BRUSH WASHER 19th Century In squat rounded form, with a bulbous neck. Fourcharacter mark and remnants of old label on base. Height 2”. 400/600

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CHINESE HENAN POTTERY JAR Ming Dynasty In globular form. Dark brown/black glaze. Height 10”. Diameter of mouth 5”. 500/700

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Property from

Th e Indi a Ho use , New Yo rk The landmark India House building, in lower Manhattan, was constructed in the 19th Century and was used by several private companies and enterprises prior to it becoming the home of the India House organization in 1921. The building is in the style of a Renaissance palazzo, and the name references the Indies, epitomizing the rare and exotic, and the Dutch West India Company, the first colonizers of Manhattan. India House, the organization, was established in 1914 by a group of businessmen who wanted to promote foreign trade. It existed for many years as a social club, and its diverse collection of Maritime, Asian and New York art was renowned. Several of the items presented here are included in A Descriptive Catalogue of the Marine Collection To Be Found at India House, a book published in an edition of 1,000 copies for the Board of Governors of India House in 1935.

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LARGE CHINESE LACQUERED WOOD FIGURE OF A SEATED LAUGHING BUDDHA HOLDING A BALL Early 20th Century Three-character inscription on his left side. Affixed to a separate wooden pedestal. Presentation inscription on plaque “Presented to India House by Morley L. Cho”. Cho was an influential member of the China Institute in New York during the Last Quarter of the 20th Century. Buddha height 24”. Pedestal height 46”. 2,500/3,500 This Buddha graced the entrance to India House and was an icon of good luck to the members, who would rub its belly upon entering and leaving the club.

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CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF GARUDA WITH CONSORT 19th Century Standing on a rectangular lotus base with a detachable flame mandorla. Six-character mark on base. Height 9”. Length 6”. 1,000/1,500

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CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A SEATED BUDDHA 19th Century Holding a censer while on a lotus base. Height 5”. 600/800

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85.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF JAMBHALA Late 19th/Early 20th Century Seated on the back of a five-clawed dragon. Incised lotus on base. Height 8”. Length 7”. 1,000/1,500

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86.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED WOOD FIGURE GROUPS Early 20th Century A warrior with a flag stands over a warrior on horseback. Allover gold wire inlay. Rockery base. Heights 20”. 700/1,000

86, pair

87.

CHINESE GILT BRONZE VOTIVE FIGURE 19th Century A Buddha holds a strand of beads while standing on a lotus base. Base raised on four splayed legs. Traces of calligraphic inscription on mandorla. Height 11.25”. 800/1,200

87

88.

CHINESE BRONZE KAPALA (SKULL CUP) 19th Century Domed top with vajra-form knop. Chased decoration of dragons and deities riding on waves emanating from a ground of fiery pearls and clouds. Rim lined with inset coral and turquoise cabochons. Separate bronze openwork base comprised of three removable deities standing on a rockery base of trees, ruyi, deer and birds. Height 13”. Length 10”. 3,000/5,000

88

89.

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JAPANESE GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A CRANE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Standing on the back of a tortoise while holding a lotus stem in its beak. Height 11.25”. 200/300

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89


Property from The India House, New York

90.

TWO CHINESE METAL DEITY FIGURES 19th/20th Centuries 1) Buddha seated on a rockery base. Height 4”. 2) Buddha seated with a lotus cup. Height 7.5”. 500/700

91

90, two

92

91.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF TARA 19th Century Seated with stylized lotus stems on a lotus base. Height 11.5”.

93

1,000/1,500

92.

CHINESE BRONZE VASE 20th Century In pear shape, with applied dragon-form handles and incised landscape decoration about the body. Height 9.5”. 700/900

93.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A BODHISATTVA ON A QILIN Late 19th Century Bodhisattva holds an animal-headed staff and the qilin is seated on a rectangular lotus base. Height 11”. Length 8.5”. 1,000/1,500

94.

KONG BAIJI China, b. 1932 “Rouge Lips”. Signed with artist’s seal lower right. Titled and dated 1989 on label verso for Ethan Cohen Gallery, New York. Oil stick on paper, 16.5” x 12.5” sight. Framed 26” x 22.5”. 3,000/5,000

94

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95.

JAPANESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN TEAPOT 18th Century In ball form, with Dutch gilt bird and figural mounts to spout, knop and handle. Decoration of a blue bird on a flowering tree branch. Height 4”. 1,000/1,500

96.

JAPANESE HIRADO PORCELAIN FIGURES OF JO AND UBA 20th Century Both figures missing their rake and broom. Potters’ marks on bases. Heights 13.5” and 14.5”. 400/600

97.

JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY DISH Late Meiji Period Decoration of overlapping spider chrysanthemums with gold centers on a cobalt blue ground. Gilt rim. Signed on base. Diameter 12”. 500/700

98.

JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL BY MAKUZU KOZAN Meiji Period In lobed flower form, with an inverted rim. Interior decoration of a green dragon on a cobalt blue ground. Exterior with gilt-lined peonies on a cobalt blue ground. Palmette lappets at base. Signed. Height 4.25”. Diameter 10”. 1,000/1,500

95

96, two

97

98

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99.

JAPANESE KINKOZAN SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE Late Meiji Period In pear shape. Two panels depicting courtesans in a flowering landscape with Mount Fuji in the distance set against a cobalt blue ground with gilt brocade and floral highlights. Shimasu crests at shoulder. Factory mark on base. Height 22”. 3,000/4,000

99

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100.

JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century Square, with a circular opening and a drainage hole at base of one side. Floral mon decoration. Height 13.5”. Top 12” x 12”. Mouth opening diameter 9.75”. With wood stand. Stand height 8”. 500/700

100

101.

JAPANESE PORCELAIN VASE BY MAKUZU KOZAN Meiji Period In baluster form, with decoration of Fujin, God of Wind, on an ombré dusty rose to white ground. Height 12”. 800/1,000

101

102.

JAPANESE STUDIO ART POTTERY VASE 20th Century In globular form, with natural-form broken rim. Brown glaze. Artist-signed on coiled base. Height 10”. Length across top 10”. 300/500

102

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103.

WATCH FOB MADE OF FOUR JAPANESE GOLD AND GOLD-ON-COPPER OJIME Meiji Period Largest is solid gold and depicts cranes amongst pine branches and with a character mark. Remaining three appear to be gold over copper. Clasp with illegible guarantee mark, possibly French. Total length 5.25”. Approx. 13.05 total dwt. 500/1,000 Provenance: Descended in the family of Woodbridge Bingham (19011986), a longtime professor of East Asian history at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the son of Hiram Bingham III (1875-1956), who rediscovered Machu Picchu.

104.

105.

106.

107.

108.

JAPANESE BONE NETSUKE/OKIMONO Meiji Period, 19th Century Two sumo wrestlers on a lily pad. Signed on plaque on base. Length 2”. 800/1,000

103

104

JAPANESE BONE NETSUKE 19th Century Dog licking its paw on a tree stump-form base. Height 2.25”. 800/1,000

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE/SEAL 19th Century Elderly man in robes and a small seated man with a dog. Base cut with a seal. Height 2”. Width 1.5”. 800/1,000

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 18th Century Scholar holding a sack. Height 2.75”.

105

106

800/1,200

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Fukurokoju with a peach staff. Height 2.75”. 700/900

107

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108

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110, two

109, two

109.

TWO JAPANESE MANJU NETSUKE 19th Century Each depicting five various masks. One with traces of polychroming. Diameters 2”. 500/700

110.

TWO JAPANESE NETSUKE 19th Century Carved wood badger and bronze turtle on a lotus leaf. Lengths 1.5”. 300/500

112.

112, three

111, three

THREE JAPANESE IVORY AND MIXED METAL MANJU NETSUKE 19th Century 1) Inset with a seated man. Diameter 1.75”. 2) Inset with flowers. Diameter 2”. 3) Inset with a courtesan reading a scroll. Diameter 1.5”. 500/700

THREE JAPANESE GILT-INLAID IVORY NETSUKE-RELATED ITEMS 19th Century 1) Miniature inro with flower and butterfly decoration. Length 1.25”. 2) Manju netsuke with decoration of a bird on a flowering tree branch. Diameter 1.5”. 3) Square manju with floral mon decoration. Signed. Length 1.5”. 500/700

113.

113, two

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111.

TWO JAPANESE IVORY MANJU NETSUKE 19th Century One with central silver domed chrysanthemum, and the other with an openwork lantern and floral decoration. Diameters 1.5”. 500/700

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114.

TWO JAPANESE WOODEN MANJU NETSUKE Meiji Period One with carved figural decoration, and the other with a silver openwork foliate center. Diameters 2”. 500/700

114, two

115, two

115.

TWO JAPANESE WOOD AND IVORY MANJU NETSUKE Meiji Period, 19th Century One square ivory, inset with a woman in a rickshaw, and the other circular ivory inset with a dragon. Lengths 2”. 500/700

117.

116, two

116.

TWO JAPANESE BONE AND SILVER MANJU NETSUKE 19th Century One with central silver openwork iris decoration, and the other with central silver figural decoration. Lengths 2”. 500/700

TWO JAPANESE IVORY MANJU NETSUKE Meiji Period, 19th Century One with central carved chrysanthemum decoration, and the other with central inset mixed metal decoration of frogs on a lily pad. Lengths 2”. 500/700

117, two

118.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE BY TOMONOBU 19th Century Coiled snake constricting a frog. Signed. Height 1.5”. 1,000/1,500

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118

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119

120

121

122

123

124

127

126

125

130

128

129

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119.

JAPANESE LACQUERED WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century Seated man drinking from the sake bottle in his hand. Height 1”. 400/600

127.

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE Meiji Period Hollowed-out peach on a stem. Height 1.5”. Length 1.5”. 500/700 Provenance: Collection of Denis Szesler.

120.

121.

122.

123.

124.

125.

126.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE BY NORISHIGE 19th Century Recumbent dog on a pillow. Signed. Length 1”. 700/900

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century Seated Hotei. Height 2”.

128.

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE Circa 1900 Witch with retractable eyes and tongue. Height 1.5”. 400/600

129.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Procession of five men carrying items on a shoulder pole. Height 1”. 700/900

130.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE BY MASAYUKI 19th Century A horse. Signed. Height 2”. 800/1,000

131.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 18th/19th Century Several frogs balancing on a lotus leaf. Length 2”. 800/1,000

132.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Nude woman reclining on a leaf. Length 2”.

400/600

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Sleeping man on a tree trunk. Signed Masakazu. Height 1.5”. 800/1,000

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 18th/19th Century Man and puppy observing a bamboo shoot. Height 2”. 800/1,000

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century Hotei holding a sack. Height 2.25”.

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE Meiji Period Two puppies. Length 1.5”.

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE 19th Century Monkey trainer with his monkey. Signed on foot. Height 3.5”.

400/600

800/1,000

800/1,200

400/600

131

132

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133.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Turtle in a tub. Signed “Tomoichi”. Diameter 1.5”. 500/700

142.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Daikoku standing with his mallet and sack. Signed. Height 2”. 200/300

134.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Monkey and its young sharing a branch of peaches. Signed. Height 1.5”. 700/900

143.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Six masks. Signed “Mitsukyuki”. Length 1.5”.

250/350

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Drunk man with a geisha. Height 2”.

400/600

135.

136.

137.

138.

139.

140.

141.

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JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Seated hare with extremely long ears. Signed. Height 2.25”. 200/300

144.

145.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Recumbent horse with its head facing its back and its mouth open. Signed. Height 1.5”. 500/700

146.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Rat resting on a sleeping cat. Signed “Hiroaki” on base. Height 1.5”. 500/700

147.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Caparisoned elephant. Height 1.5”.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Factory worker with his bundle and lunch sack. Signed. Height 2.25”. 400/600

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE 19th Century Seated tiger. Signed. Height 1.5”.

500/700

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Old man paddling a raft. Signed “Shozan”. Length 2.25”. 400/600

200/300

148.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Crane cradling a turtle under its wing. Signed “Baisho”. Length 2”. 200/300

149.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Cat and a rat resting on a rice bale. Signed “Baisho”. Length 2”. 400/600

150.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Man with nodder head seated and reading. Signed. Height 1.75”. 300/500

151.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Double mask set into a rice basket. Signed “Keigyoku”. Length 2”. 300/500

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Two monkeys sharing a peach. Signed “Masakatsu”. Height 1.5”. 600/800

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Early 20th Century Priest Shukaku and his raccoon-dog tea kettle, Bunbuku. Signed “Shozan”. Height 2.25”. 300/500

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Caparisoned elephant inset with colorful stones. Signed “Tomoichi” on rectangular base. Height 1.5”. 600/800

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133

135

134

138

143

139

144

148

136

149

137

140

141

145

150

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146

151

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152.

JAPANESE RED, BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER FIVE-CASE INRO 19th Century Decoration of an exotic bird on a tree branch. Length 3.25”. 500/700

152

153.

JAPANESE BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER FIVE-CASE INRO Meiji Period, 19th Century Decoration of gilt grasses with red highlights against a nashiji ground. Length 3”. Glass ojime. 500/700

153

154.

154

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JAPANESE MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND MIXED METAL ON BAMBOO FIVE-DRAWER INRO Meiji Period Decoration of birds on a flowering tree branch against parquet-patterned bamboo. Side panel slides open to reveal five interior drawers. Bone and wood manju with motherof pearl and hardstone floral inlay. Inro length 3”. Manju diameter 1.5”. 600/800

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156, two

155, two

155.

TWO JAPANESE LACQUER INRO 19th Century 1) Five-case, with gilt decoration of a village on a river with mountains in the distance against a brown ground. Length 3.25”. Two coral ojime. 2) Three-case, with red and gilt decoration of a temple against a black ground. Length 2.5”. 500/700

157.

156.

TWO JAPANESE GOLD AND BLACK LACQUER INRO 19th Century 1) Four-case, with decoration of a figure with a parasol walking in the rain. Length 2.25”. 2) Five-case, with floral mon decoration. Length 2.5”. 500/700

TWO SILVER AND BAMBOO OPIUM PIPES Meiji Period 1) Mixed metal badger and landscape decoration on silver mounts. Length 9”. 2) Mixed metal Hotei and tree decoration on silver mounts. Length 7.5”. 400/600 157, two

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158, two

160

161

158.

159.

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160.

JAPANESE TOBACCO POUCH (TOBAKO-IRE) AND PIPE CASE (KISERUZUTSU) Meiji Period Brown leather pouch with silver metal snail mount attached to a lacquer pipe case containing a pipe with chased silver metal mounts. Pouch length 5.5”. Case length 10”. Pipe length 7.5”. 500/700

161.

JAPANESE TOBACCO POUCH (TOBAKO-IRE) AND BONE PIPE CASE (KISERUZUTSU) Meiji Period Leather pouch with mixed metal bird-form clasp. Case with shakudo quarreling dragon and tiger. Coral ojime. Pouch length 5”. Case length 7.75”. Ojime diameter .75”. 600/800

TWO JAPANESE BAMBOO AND SILVER OPIUM PIPES Meiji Period 1) Decoration of crane in a landscape. Length 8”. 2) Raised decoration of a brocade ball, doll, treasure sack and lobster on a floral and leaf ground. Length 8”. 400/600

JAPANESE BROWN LACQUER PIPE CASE Meiji Period Gilt decoration of a figure with sword and banner. Length 8.5”. 300/400

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162, two

162.

TWO JAPANESE BRONZE YATATE Meiji Period 1) Turtle on cover of inkpot. Chased decoration on stem. Length 7”. 2) Pot in gourd form. Length 7”. 500/700

163.

TWO JAPANESE “TROUSSE” CHOPSTICKS EATING SETS Meiji Period Both with sharkskin cases enclosing a pair of bone chopsticks and a knife with wood handle and steel blade. Case lengths 10” and 17”. 500/700

163, two

164.

JAPANESE HARDWOOD SHAKU DOKEI (STRIKING WALL CLOCK) Meiji Period, 19th Century Stick-shaped case with lift-off glazed hood. Pierced brass sound frets at sides, terminating in a key drawer. Removable scale set with eight shaped brass dividers. Verge escapement with balance wheel. Length 16”. 1,000/1,500

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164

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165, three

165.

166.

THREE JAPANESE BRONZE SHAKUDO TSUBA Edo Period 1) Naga maru-gata with decoration on both sides of two cranes under a tree. Length 3”. 2) Maru-gata with decoration of a scholar on one face and a warrior on the other. Diameter 3”. 3) Maru-gata with openwork scrolled design. Diameter 2.5”. 300/500

THREE JAPANESE BRONZE SHAKUDO TSUBA Edo Period 1) Maru-gata with decoration of boatmen on a river. Diameter 2.75”. 2) Naga maru-gata with decoration of three scholars on one face and rockery on the other. Signed. Length 3.25”. 3) Maru-gata with decoration of chrysanthemums in a landscape. Diameter 3”. 300/500

166, three

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167, three

168, three

169, three

167.

THREE JAPANESE BRONZE AND IRON TSUBA Edo Period 1) Maru-gata with raised decoration on both sides of dragon emerging from waves. Diameter 2.5”. 2) Otafuku-gata shakudo with bell and floral decoration. Length 2.75”. 3) Maru-gata shakudo with floral decoration. Diameter 2.75”. 300/500

168.

THREE JAPANESE IRON AND BRONZE MARU-GATA TSUBA Edo Period 1) Openwork fan pattern. Diameter 3”. 2) Openwork leaf decoration about the top right and bottom left. Traces of gilding. Diameter 2.75”. 3) Openwork dragons chasing a fiery pearl. Gilt edge. Diameter 2.5”. 300/500

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169.

THREE JAPANESE BRONZE SHAKUDO TSUBA Edo Period 1) Maru-gata with raised decoration of crayfish. Diameter 3”. 2) Mokko-gata with decoration of chrysanthemum and sword on one face and chrysanthemum on the other. Length 3”. 3) Naga maru-gata with raised tree decoration on one face and a flowering branch on the other. Length 3”. 300/500

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CHINESE LAPIS LAZULI SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shade. Height 2.25”. Conforming stopper. 250/350

177.

TWO CHINESE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES 1) Floater moss agate in square form. Height 1.75”. Green jadeite stopper. 2) Shadow agate in ovoid form. Height 1.75”. Lavender jadeite stopper. 500/700

178.

TWO CHINESE MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES 1) In ovoid form. Height 1.5”. Agate stopper. 2) In elongated ovoid form. Height 2”. Glass stopper. 350/450

CHINESE SEMI-TRANSLUCENT GREEN JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2.5”. Floriform coral stopper. 300/500

179.

CHINESE MOTTLED GREEN JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular. Height 2”. Celadon jadeite stopper. 300/400

CHINESE THUMBPRINT AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Vasiform, with raised mock ring handles. Height 2.5”. Tiger’s-eye stopper. 400/600

180.

CHINESE PUDDINGSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened pebble form. Height 2”. Coral branch stopper. 300/400

181.

CHINESE WHITE AND BLACK BANDED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2”. Clear stone stopper. 250/350

182.

CHINESE MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2.25”. Green jade stopper.

170.

CHINESE FLOATER AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular. Height 2.5”. 400/600

171.

CHINESE PEKING BLUE OVERLAY GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid, with overlaid carp and seagrass design. Height 3”. Blue glass stopper. 400/600

172.

173.

174.

175.

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176.

CHINESE CARVED GREEN HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Buddha carved on one face. Pink quartz and black striated highlights. Height 2.15”. Conforming stopper. 300/400

CHINESE BANDED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular. Height 3”. Conforming stopper. 300/400

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300/400


170

171

173

172

175

174

176

177, two

178, two

180 179

181 182

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183.

TWO CHINESE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES 1) Banded agate with mock mask ring handles. Height 2.75”. Red agate stopper. 2) Shadow agate with mock mask ring handles. Height 3”. Brown agate stopper. 400/600

184.

CHINESE FLOATER GRAY MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid, with carved mock mask and ring handles. Height 3.5”. Conforming stopper. 350/450

185.

TWO CHINESE HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLES 1) Jadeite in circular form, with a slightly raised foot. Height 2”. Green stone stopper. 2) Striated orange hardstone in rounded ovoid form, with molded mouth and foot. Height 2.25”. Conforming stopper. 300/350

186.

TWO CHINESE GRAY BANDED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES In spade shape. Heights 2” and 2.25”. Agate stoppers. 300/400

183, two

184

185, two

186, two

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187

187.

CHINESE MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular. Height 2.5”. Agate stopper.

188.

CHINESE CARVED WHITE JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE Vasiform, with a slightly raised foot. Decoration of a floral and chevron pattern. Height 3”. Agate stopper. 400/600

300/400

188

189.

CHINESE MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2.75”. Green jadeite stopper.

190.

CHINESE BLACK TOURMALINE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular, with rounded sides. Height 3.25”. Turquoise stopper. 300/500

191.

400/600

189

190

CHINESE CARVED CAMEO AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form, with mock mask ring handles. Dragon and phoenix decoration utilizes the brown area. Lappet base. Height 3”. Tiger’s-eye agate stopper. 250/350

191

192.

CHINESE BROWN BANDED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In meiping form, with elongated mask and mock ring handles. Height 3.25”. Metal stopper with stone cabochons. 300/400

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193

194

197

198

195

196

199

202, two

200

203, two

205, two 204, two

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193.

CHINESE MOTTLED GRAY AND BROWN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Height 2.25”. Coral stopper. 250/350

194.

CHINESE BANDED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE In flattened ovoid form. Height 2.5”. Red hardstone stopper. 250/350

195.

CHINESE FLOATER SHADOW AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid, with mock mask and ring handles at shoulder. Height 2”. Green hardstone stopper. 300/400

196.

CHINESE MOSS AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2.25”. Green jadeite stopper.

197.

CHINESE PUDDINGSTONE DOUBLE SNUFF BOTTLE Squared cylindrical form. Height 2”. Coral stopper. 400/600

198.

CHINESE GREEN AND WHITE JADEITE SNUFF BOTTLE Rectangular. Height 2.25”. Conforming stopper. 300/400

199.

CHINESE LAPIS LAZULI SNUFF BOTTLE In spade shape. Height 2”. Green jade stopper.

202.

TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES 19th Century 1) In temple jar form. Both faces with cartouches of raised figural landscapes. Traces of mark on base. Height 3”. Porcelain stopper. 2) In temple jar form. Raised decoration of figures in a boat. Four-character mark on base. Height 2.25”. Rose quartz stopper. 400/600

203.

TWO CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES 19th Century 1) In spade shape, with molded mock ring handles. Salmon red decoration of fu dogs and fiery pearls. Traces of a seal mark on base. Height 2.75”. Celadon green stone stopper. 2) In ovoid form. Famille rose decoration of figures seated in an interior. Traces of a seal mark on base. Height 2.5”. Mongolian stopper. 400/600

204.

TWO CHINESE RED OVERLAY-ON-SNOWFLAKE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES 19th Century 1) In ovoid form, with mock ring handles. Stylized qilin and Chinese character decoration. Height 2.75”. Green jade stopper. 2) In ovoid form. Floral and vine decoration. Height 2.25”. Green jade stopper. 400/600

205.

TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES 19th Century Both in ovoid form, with raised figural decoration on a turquoise ground. Both seal marked on base. Heights 2.75”. One with cinnabar stopper and one with green jade stopper. 400/600

300/500

500/700

200.

CHINESE PUDDINGSTONE SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Height 2.75”. Conforming stopper. 400/600

201.

THREE CHINESE PORCELAIN CYLINDRICAL SNUFF BOTTLES 19th Century 1) Decoration of salmon red carp and green seagrasses. Seal mark on base. Height 2.75”. Green jade stopper. 2) Decoration of a green dragon chasing salmon red fiery pearls. Height 3”. Porcelain stopper. 3) Paneled famille rose floral decoration. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 3”. Porcelain stopper. 400/600

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Lots 206-210 Descended in the family of Woodbridge Bingham (1901-1986), a longtime professor of East Asian history at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the son of Hiram Bigham III (1875-1956), who rediscovered Machu Picchu.

206.

MONGOLIAN CORAL, TURQUOISE, MALACHITE, GLASS AND SILVER NECKLACE Length 39”. 200/300

207.

MONGOLIAN CORAL, TURQUOISE, GLASS, ENAMEL, SILVER AND WHITE METAL NECKLACE Length 41”. 300/500

208.

THREE PIECES OF MONGOLIAN SILVER JEWELRY 1) Cuff bracelet set with coral and turquoise. Interior circumference 7.5”. 2) Coral ring. Size 7½. 3) Lapis lazuli ring. Size 7¾. 200/300

209.

GOLD AND BRANCH CORAL FRINGE NECKLACE Length 20.5”. 300/500

210.

CHINESE CARVED BOXWOOD AND SILVER NECKLACE Clasp with character mark and “China”. Length 18”. 100/200

207

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211.

18KT WHITE GOLD, CARVED JADE AND DIAMOND BUDDHA-FORM PENDANT Seated Buddha with hands in Dhyana Mudra, or contemplation gesture. Halo of small diamonds and a baguette diamond on the bail. Length 1.75”. On a 14kt white gold wheat chain, length 18”. 600/900

212.

TIBETAN MAHAYNA BODDHISATTVA SILVER METAL, CORAL AND TURQUOISE NEPALESE AMULET NECKLACE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Fifteen interlocking silver metal pendants, each containing a seated Tara figure comprised of turquoise and coral cabochons and wirework. Necklace exterior diameter approx. 10”. 400/600

211

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213, six

213.

SIX ROCK CRYSTAL CARVINGS OF DEITIES Heights approx. 3”.

214.

CHINESE CARVED ROCK CRYSTAL FIGURE OF GUANYIN Standing with a whisk and an attendant. Height 6.5”. 400/600

215.

CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE FIGURE OF GUANYIN 19th Century or Earlier Standing with a lotus flower. Height 6.25”. 600/800

215

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500/700


216.

216

CHINESE HARDWOOD TABLE SCREEN WITH INSET CARVED WHITE JADE PANEL Oval jade panel depicts two sages at the base of a raised landscape with trees, pavilions, river, boat and footbridge. Openwork hardwood frame slides into a separate base. Panel 10.75” x 5”. Total height 22”. Width 14”. Depth 7”. 3,000/5,000

217, two views

217.

TWENTY CHINESE JADES CONTAINED WITHIN A WOOD BOX Late 18th/Early 19th Century Lift-top box with carved gilt calligraphy on cover, metal mounts and tiered base. Interior with four fitted trays containing small teardrop and rectangular white/gray jade plaques with openwork figural and floral designs. Box height 5”. Width 8.25”. Depth 6.5”. Jades from 1.5” x 1.5” to 2.75” x 2”. 2,500/3,500

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218.

FOUR SOAPSTONE SEALS 19th Century Each in pillar form. Two carved with fu dogs and one with a dragon and pearl. Two bases uncut. Heights from 1.5” to 3.25”. 300/500

219.

THREE CHINESE SOAPSTONE CARVINGS 19th Century 1) In stele form, with raised qilin and coin decoration. Height 4”. 2) In obelisk seal form, with raised rabbit and cloud decoration. Uncut base. Height 2.75”. 3) In mountain form, with raised decoration of carp in waves. Height 3”. 300/500

220.

TWO CHINESE LIGHT CELADON/GRAY JADE ANIMAL CARVINGS An elephant, height 1”, and a recumbent ram, length 2”. 200/300

222 221

Provenance: Private collection, San Antonio, Texas.

221.

CHINESE CARVED CORAL BELT HOOK 19th Century Body in qilong form. Length 3.5”. With stand and fitted box. 800/1,000 Provenance: Private collection, San Antonio, Texas.

222.

CHINESE MUTTONFAT JADE CARVING OF A RECUMBENT DOG 19th Century Length 2.5”. 400/600 Provenance: Private collection, San Antonio, Texas.

223

223.

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CHINESE FINELY CARVED LAVENDER AND CELADON JADE COVERED VASE Five qilin perched on ruyi emanate from and surround a double gourd body. Conforming cover. Height 5”. Length 3.5”. With carved wood stand with openwork ruyi. 700/900

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224

224.

CHINESE CELADON JADE CARVING OF GUANYIN WITH A DRAGON CLUTCHING A PEARL Guanyin holds an upturned jar and stands on a lotus base, around which the dragon is wrapped, with its tail at her head. Height 7”. Width 3”. 700/900

225.

CHINESE GOLDEN YELLOW SOAPSTONE MOUNTAIN Possibly Tianhuang. Carved with scholars and pine trees. Height 9”. Fitted on a wood stand. 800/1,000

225

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226, above and right

226.

60

KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849) Surimono Seven courtesans and attendants seated at a balcony. 10” x 22.5”. Unframed. 9,000/11,000

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227.

PAUL JACOULET Woodblock print “La Corbeille de Nefles. Chinois. (The Basket of Medlar Fruit)”, #18. Depicts a monk seated before a blue and white tiled wall, with a figure on a bridge visible in the distance. Signed in pencil lower right above the Fan seal. Printer and carver’s seals lower right. Numbered 182/350 on reverse. 18.5” x 14”. Unframed. 800/1,000

227

228.

PAUL JACOULET Woodblock print “Les Jades. Chinoise. (Jade Lady)”, #58. Signed in pencil mid-right above the Boat seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Yoshizo Onotera, lower right margin. Numbered 247/350 on reverse. 18.75” x 14”. Unframed. 800/1,000

228

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229.

PAUL JACOULET Woodblock print “Coucher de Soleil a Menado Celebes. (Sunset in Menado)”, #48. Signed and seal marked in plate lower left. 17.5” x 14”. Framed 21” x 17”. 1,500/2,500

229

230.

PAUL JACOULET Woodblock print “Bergers des Hautes Montagnes. Coree. (Shepherds of the High Mountains)”, #71. Signed in pencil lower left above the Sparrow seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and printer, Fusakichi Ogawa, lower right margin. Numbered 349/350 on reverse. 17” x 13.5”. Unframed. 800/1,000

230

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231, eight

231.

EIGHT HOKUSAI AND HOKUSAI SCHOOL FIGURAL SKETCHES Early 19th Century 1) “Samisen Player”. 2) “Family on Terrace”. 3) “Baker”. 4-5) “Man in Tub”. 6) “Sitting Man”. 7) “Scribe”. 8) “Zylophone Player & Dancers”. Sizes vary, all approx. 4.25” x 4”. Matted 13” x 10”. 500/1,000

232

232.

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GIHACHIRO OKUYAMA (1907-1981) Naga-ban Monochrome depiction of a house in a village. Numbered 23/100 and signed lower right. Framed. 200/250

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233

233.

SHUNGA PENCIL SKETCH BY HASHIGUCHI GOYO (1881-1921) Depicts a couple in an intimate position. Marked with a circular “Go” seal lower right. 13.75” x 19”. Unframed. 1,000/2,000 Provenance: Eldred’s, Japanese Prints, August 1999, Lot #1666.

234

234.

SADEO WATANABE (1913-1996) Dai Oban tate-e “The Horses of the Three Kings”. Numbered 31/70 and signed lower right. Framed 26” x 32”. 500/700

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235, nine

235.

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NINE JAPANESE KANO SCHOOL WATERCOLORS Early 19th Century 1) “Pair of Juncos”. 2) “Pair of Sparrows”. 3) “Bird on One Leg”. 4-5) “Bird”. 6) “Cuckoo in Flight”. 7) “Sowing”. 8) “Bird”. 9) “Bird in Flight”. Each approx. 4.5” x 6”. Matted 13” x 10”. 500/1,000

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236.

SET OF THREE JAPANESE SCROLL-MOUNTED FAN PAINTINGS BY MASANOBU Late 17th Century Depict Mount Fuji, boating on a lake and fishing beneath mountains. Each signed and seal marked. Each 11.75” x 15.25”. With kiriwood box. 5,000/7,000 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

236, three

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237, pair

237.

PAIR OF JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK BY KANO MASANOBU (1625-1694) 17th Century Depict a fierce dragon with sumiboku embellishments, and a tiger emerging from a bamboo grove. Both signed and seal marked. Both 43.5” x 19”. With extensively inscribed double-lined kiriwood box. 5,000/7,000 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. Kano Masanobu was the son-in-law of Kano Tanyu.

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238, set of three

238.

SET OF THREE JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK BY KANO TANYU (1602-1674) 17th Century Painted in his 64th year. Central scroll depicts poet Li Po riding a mule. Flanking scrolls depict a winter landscape with a pavilion and snow-covered mountains, and a river landscape with trees and towering cliffs. Each signed and seal marked Literature: “Seimei”. 44.25” x 15.25”. With kiriwood box and extensive Lead illustration in the March/April 1986 issue of Southern authentication documentation from the Late 18th Century. Accents Magazine, in an article in the Antiques feature titled 20,000/30,000 “Oriental Scroll Paintings: The Survival of a Delicate Art Form” by Edwin C. Symmes, Jr. Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts compared these paintings with

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

others done at this time in Kano Tanyu’s life, including a triptych of pine, plum and bamboo and a landscape of Mount Fuji. These were noted to be of fine quality.

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239.

FINE CHINESE REVERSE-PAINTED MANDARIN PORTRAIT ON MIRRORED GLASS 19th Century Depicts a mandarin seated on a red lacquer dragon-carved altar chair. Housed in a lacquer frame with painted and mother of pearl details. 21” x 16”. 600/800

240.

CHINESE PAINTING ON PAPER Early 20th Century Depicts a house on the edge of a river. Signed and seal marked lower left. 17.5” x 29”. Framed 26” x 40”. 300/400

239

241.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 18th Century Depicts figures in various pursuits in a mountainous landscape overlooking a lakeside village. Calligraphic inscription upper right. Signed and seal marked at left and right edges. 18” x 54”. Framed 21” x 59”. 700/900

240

241

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242.

DOUBLE ANCESTRAL PORTRAIT 19th Century Marked on labels “Two Mandarins and their Wives” and “unidentified Mandarin family of the Chia’Ching Period”. Depicts two couples wearing robes adorned with phoenix badges while seated on carved thrones atop a fu-dog patterned rug. Watercolor on paper, 54” x 36”. Framed 56.5” x 38”. 400/600

243.

PAIR OF CHINESE ANCESTOR PORTRAITS 19th Century Wearing seventh rank civil office Mandarin duck badges on their robes. Watercolor and gouaches on paper, 49” x 33” sight. Framed 66” x 43”. 1,500/2,500

242

243, pair

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244, two

244.

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TWO SIMILAR JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PLATES BY ANDO JUBEI Late Meiji Period One with flower and vine decoration at center, and the other with butterflies on a flowering cherry tree. Both with a light blue ground and lappet border. Silver rim and foot, stamped. Signed with Ando mark on base. Diameters 10”. 2,000/3,000

245.

JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Late 19th Century In baluster form. Finely detailed dragon on shoulder and neck. Body with alternating phoenix and chrysanthemum mon decoration. Height 10”. 300/500

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246

246.

CHINESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In baluster form, with decoration of birds and butterflies amidst chrysanthemums against a blue lattice ground. Height 12”. 500/700

247.

CHINESE BLUE ENAMEL AND METAL COVERED BOX Late 19th/Early 20th Century Cover and sides decorated with flowering tree, bamboo and rockery. Height 1.5”. Width 6”. Depth 3.5”. 350/500

248.

CHINESE BRONZE BOX WITH JADE COVER Early 20th Century Jade cover carved with phoenix in iris and rockery. Bronze base with incised lotus decoration about the sides. Wood-lined interior. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 2.25”. Length 7”. Width 3.5”. 1,000/1,500

247

249.

SEVEN CANTON ENAMEL PLATES 19th Century Various floral and figural decoration. Diameters 5” and 6”. 400/600 Provenance of two: Collection Edwin L.M.Taggart, New York City.

248

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252 250

251

250.

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JAPANESE BRONZE VASE Meiji Period In pear shape. Raised metal decoration of geese and waves about the body. Signed on base. Height 16”. 800/1,000

251.

JAPANESE BRONZE VASE Late Meiji Period In urn form, with carp-form handles at shoulder, three legs with mask faces, and a circular base with raised lotus design. Body with raised sparrow and peony decoration. Height 21”. Diameter of top 6”. 300/400

252.

JAPANESE BRONZE FIGURE OF KANNON Meiji Period Standing on a wave and reading a scroll. Gilt highlights to jewelry. Signed. Height 24”. Length 10”. 700/900

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254

253

256, two

253.

THAI GILT BRONZE ENCASED BUDDHA 19th Century Buddha stands on a pierced square base. Conforming case with openwork sides and a flame-form cover. Height 6”. 600/800

255

257, two

254.

255.

CHINESE GILT BRONZE CENSER 19th Century In ovoid form, with a tripod base. Body with two mask handles and decoration of two cartouches containing a raised bird on a flowering tree branch. Fitted with a separate liner and domed pierced floral cover with fu dog knop. Height 6”. 600/800

THAI GILT BRONZE STUPA 19th Century On a tiered base inset with small stone cabochons. Incised lotus on base. Height 5”. 600/800

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256.

TWO SUKHOTHAI GILT BRONZE BUDDHAS 18th-19th Centuries Each seated on a lotus base. Heights 3.75” and 4”. 600/800

257.

TWO THAI GILT BRONZE RATTANAKOSIN BUDDHAS 18th Century Both seated on tiered bases. Heights 4” and 5”. 600/800

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258 259

258.

CHINESE SUNSPOT BRONZE VASE Early 20th Century In bladder form, with raised dragons at shoulder. Four-character Ming mark on base. Height 9.25”. 500/1,000

259.

CHINESE SUNSPOT BRONZE TWO-PIECE CENSER Late Ming Dynasty In squat ovoid form, with two figural handles and a trifid base. Four-character Ming mark on base. Height 2.5”. Base height 1.5”. Diameter 4”. 1,000/2,000

260.

SINO-TIBETAN BRONZE BUDDHA 19th Century In seated position and holding a double vajra in one hand. Lotus mark on base. Height 9”. 1,200/1,500

261.

SINO-TIBETAN BRONZE BUDDHA Late 19th Century Holding a vase and seated in earth-touching position on a lotus base. Adorned with small turquoise and coral cabochon. Lotus mark on underside. Height 9”. 1,000/1,500

262.

THAI GILT BRONZE BUDDHA 18th Century Seated on a tiered lotus throne. Height 7.5”. 300/500

260

261

262

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263.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF MANJUSRI RIDING A FU LION 19th Century In two parts, for use as an incense burner. Height 13.5”. Length 12”. Width 6”. 1,200/1,800

263

264

264.

GOLD REPOUSSÉ BUDDHIST VOTIVE PLAQUE Mon-Burmese, 11th Century Standing in the center of a flame areole. Height 5.75”. Width 2.75”. 2,000/4,000 Provenance: Sanuk, San Francisco, 1989.

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265.

TIBETAN CAST BRONZE HEAD OF BUDDHA 19th Century Height 13.5”. 500/700

266.

JAPANESE BRONZE BOWL Late Meiji Period In ovoid form, on a slightly raised foot. Raised decoration of interlocking elephants with protruding tusks. Two-character signature on base. Height 5.5”. Diameter 7”. 300/400

265

266

267. 267, two

268.

TWO CHINESE BRONZE JUE Shang Dynasty Both with handle, raised banding and tripod base. Heights 4”. 700/1,000

PAIR OF CHINESE BRONZE QILIN Late 19th Century Traces of gilding. Heights 12”. Lengths 10”. 1,000/1,500

268, pair

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269.

NEPALESE BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA 19th Century Seated on a double lotus throne with his hands in earth-touching mudra. Height 7”. 700/900

270.

269

271.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA 20th Century Seated in lotus position with his hands in the meditation gesture. Height 9.5”. Width 8”. Depth 6”. 500/700

270

CHINESE CAST METAL FIGURE OF BUDDHA Seated on a double lotus throne in “Uttarabodhi” or supreme enlightenment mudra. Attached mandorla. Height 7”. 500/700

271 272

272.

CHINESE GILT BRONZE BELT BUCKLE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Openwork decoration of a dragon and its young. Reverse with chased lotus decoration. Length 7.5”. 500/700

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273.

BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A CHINESE MAN ON AN OX-DRAWN CART Early 20th Century Segment of a tree on the back of the cart. Mounted on a rectangular base. Height 2”. Length 3”. Width 5”. 600/800

273

274.

CHINESE BRONZE CENSER Late 19th/Early 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with cutaway handles and a tripod base. Ming mark on base. Height 4.5”. Length across handles 8”. 500/700

274

276

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277

275.

CHINESE ARCHAIC BRONZE MIRROR Tang Dynasty Raised animalistic decoration. Diameter 7”. 400/600

276.

TIBETAN CARVED GILTWOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA Early 20th Century Standing in prayer, with thumbs and index fingers touching, on a lotus base. Traces of red lacquer. Height 25”. 500/700

277.

BURMESE GILTWOOD SEATED BUDDHA Early 20th Century Seated on a rockery base. Traces of red under gilt lacquer. Height 18”. Length 10”. 400/600

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278.

BURMESE GILT AND RED WOOD BUDDHA Late 19th/Early 20th Century Seated in earth-touching position on a tiered base. Height 15”. 400/600

279.

BURMESE GILTWOOD BUDDHA 19th Century Seated in earth-touching position on a stepped base. Height 21”. 500/700

278

279

280.

THAI CARVED PETRIFIED WOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA Standing on a lotus throne with hands in the “Abhaya”, or protection mudra, against a curved stele. Height 10”. Width 5.5”. 400/600

281.

CHINESE CARVED WOOD TEMPLE FIGURE 19th Century or Earlier In seated position. Traces of polychrome decoration. Height 25”. Width 10”. Depth 6”. 500/700

280

281

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282.

TIBETAN CARVED HARDWOOD PILLOW BED Circa 1880 Highly decorative. Serpentine sides fronted with twelve figural carvings. Elaborately carved skirt. Twelve paw-like feet, eight topped with elephants. Natural wood finish with mellow age patina. Height 12.25”. Length 43”. Width 29.5”. 1,200/1,500

282

283.

BURMESE RED AND GILT LACQUERED WOOD BUDDHA Late 19th Century Seated in “Reaching Enlightenment” position and wearing gilt and red robes. Tightly curled black knots crowned with a tiered ushnisha. Height 34”. 700/900

283

284.

CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD TABORET Early 20th Century Rouge marble inset top, cracked. Open-carved apron. Gently splayed legs joined with low cross stretcher. Height 19”. Diameter 16”. 100/200

284

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285.

SHEN SHAO AN SHOON KEE GILT LACQUERED TRAY 20th Century In a variegated leaf form, with an applied chrysanthemum, leaf and stem. Stamped on base “Foochow China”. Length 17”. Width 12”. 200/300

285

286.

JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA GOLD LACQUER PLATE Meiji Period, Late 19th Century Depicts a calligrapher showing his work to a man holding a fan. Diameter 8”. 2,000/3,000

286

287.

JAPANESE GILT AND BLACK LACQUER SUZURIBAKO Meiji Period Cover depicts a pavilion in a tree-filled mountainous landscape. Interior of cover with a seated man with a halberd and a standing woman in gilt robes holding a lute. Base with sacks on a nashiji ground. Base’s fitted compartments contain an inkstone and water dropper. Height 2”. Width 9”. Depth 10”. 2,000/3,000 Provenance: Flying Cranes Antiques, New York.

287

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288.

SIGNED JAPANESE GOLD LACQUER AND SILVER SHIBAYAMA INLAID VASE Meiji Period In baluster form. Gilt lacquer body decorated with a processional scene, with applied mother-of-pearl and ivory figures. Fluted silver shoulder and neck with enamel floral drops and petal-form edges. An applied silver dragon holding a pearl wraps around the neck toward the trumpet-form mouth. Vase stands on a silver cut-away base with additional enameled flower decoration. Twocharacter signature on base. Height 14.75”. 7,000/9,000

288

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289.

JAPANESE GILT LACQUER PRESENTATION BOX Meiji Period Cover depicts a landscape with a waterfall, trees and ducks on a river against a nashiji ground. Decoration continues on three sides of the box. Interior of cover with chrysanthemum decoration. Signed on interior of cover. Height 6.25”. Length 17”. Width 14”. With a signed wooden tomobako storage box. 2,000/3,000

289 290

290.

CHINESE RED CINNABAR STAND Early 20th Century In the form of two conjoined dragons forming a spade shape, with 5” circular platforms at the top and base. Height 13.25”. Width 15”. 800/1,200

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291

293

292

291.

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JAPANESE DOUBLE-SIDED STEPPED TANSU 20th Century Three separate pieces, in finely figured zelkovia wood, on a rectangular base. Thirteen drawers flank a central tambour door and a one-door cabinet. Iron mounts and hardware. Height 64”. Width 58”. Depth 17.75”. 800/1,000

292.

KOREAN TWO-PART WEDDING CHEST Early 20th Century In finely figured wood. Top case with four drawers above two doors. Base with a two-door cupboard and bracket base. Paper-lined. Metal mounts and hardware. Height 59”. Width 36”. Depth 16.5”. 500/700

293.

CHINESE MULTICOMPARTMENT CABINET 20th Century Upper section with two four-panel folding doors above three drawers. Lower section with two four-panel folding doors above three doors. Height 83”. Width 43.5”. Depth 20.5”. 500/1,000

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294

295

294.

JAPANESE SIX-PANEL SCREEN Late Meiji Period Depicts cranes in floral landscape against a gold ground. Ink, color and gold leaf on paper. Height 55.5”. Length 120”. 1,000/1,500

295.

CHINESE CARVED HUANGHUALI KANG TABLE Late 19th Century Inset panel above a raised apron carved with qilin. Incurving legs end in scroll supports. Height 11”. Top 16.25” x 28”. 500/700

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296.

PAIR OF CHINESE MOTHEROF-PEARL INLAID ROSEWOOD TABORETS Early 20th Century Rouge marble insert tops surrounded by inlaid mother-of-pearl vines. Similar decoration on apron and at tops of legs. Claw & ball feet. Heights 20”. Tops 17.5” x 13.5”. 300/400

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297

297.

CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD ARMCHAIR Early 20th Century Back with ruyi-form crest and open-carved ruyi decoration surrounding a central inset marble medallion. Legs joined with box stretcher and end in claw feet. Back height 40”. Seat height 20”. 500/700

298.

CHINESE INLAID HUNG MU ARMCHAIR 19th Century Back inset with black and gray marble. Seat inset with rouge marble. Heavily inlaid with mother-of-pearl on back, arms, seat frame and legs. Back height 40.5”. Seat height 20.5”. 500/800

299.

CHINESE HUANGHUALI YOKE-BACK ARMCHAIR 19th/20th Century With an S-curved splat, curving arms and box stretcher. Back height 47”. Seat height 20”. 1,000/1,200

298

299

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300.

NESTING SET OF THREE CHINESE HUANGHUALI TABLES Late 19th Century Aprons carved with fruit and vine. Bamboo-carved legs and stretchers. Heights from 15” to 24”. Top of largest 13” x 17.5”. 400/600

300, nest

301.

CHINESE HARDWOOD STAND 19th Century Square inset marble top. Carved, shaped and scrolled apron with tracery. Height 44.5”. Top 16” x 16”. 400/600

302.

CHINESE CARVED WOOD CURIO CABINET Late 19th/Early 20th Century Two doors with dragon and ruyi carving open to reveal eight drawers with metal pulls. Apron with ruyi carving. Height 16”. Width 12.5”. Depth 6.5”. 400/600

301

303.

PAIR OF BURMESE LACQUERED WOOD KAMMAVACA MANUSCRIPT AND TABLETS Early 20th Century Housed in two frames. One frame contains two gilt and red lacquer covers with figural decoration, and two tablets with inscriptions. The other frame contains the other five tablets. Tablets 5” x 22”. Framed 42” x 30.5”. 600/800

303, pair

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304.

CHINESE GOLD AND SILVER METALLIC THREADWORK RANK BADGE Qing Dynasty Depicts a goose in a flowering tree with light blue ruyi highlights against a dark blue silk gauze ground. 11” x 12” sight. Framed 16.5” x 17”. 500/1,000

304

305.

CHINESE SILK AND METALLIC THREADWORK RANK BADGE Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Depicts a central dragon with fiery pearl surrounded by ruyi and other Chinese elements against a dark blue silk ground. Diameter 11”. Framed 19” x 19”. 500/1,000

305

306.

CHINESE SILK THREADWORK RANK BADGE Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Central gold Xie Zhai, or censer, with sun and waves on a ruyi-shaped cloud blue silk ground. 11” x 12”. Framed 16” x 16”. 500/700

306

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307.

CHINESE SILK KESI THREADWORK RANK BADGE Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Depicts a central peacock on waves, surrounded by waves, a sun and Chinese elements. 12” x 12”. Framed 16” x 16.5”. 400/600

307

308.

CHINESE SILK THREADWORK RANK BADGE Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Depicts a peacock and red sun on a wave and ruyifilled aubergine silk ground with key fret border. 8” x 8.25”. Framed 13” x 14”. 500/700

308

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309.

PAIR OF RARE CHINESE POLYCHROME IVORY PAINTED SHADOW BOX PANELS Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period A layer of finely carved and stained ivory landscapes with figures in various pursuits in and around waterfront pavilions, over a painted ivory river landscape. Glazed glass layer at lower section of river. Painted background decoration on paper, laid on board. Housed in Chinese carved rosewood frames. Label verso marked “X. Skarszewski”. Panels 15” x 23” sight. Frames 22” x 29”. 10,000/15,000 For similar example, see Sotheby’s Important Chinese Art, Hong Kong, April 3, 2018.

309, pair

310.

RARE CHINESE CARVED IVORY EROTIC SEAL Early 19th Century Rectangular, mounted with a fu dog with a loose ball in its mouth and its paw on a brocade ball. Each side carved with a guardian figure. One panel removes to reveal a collection of six individually carved erotic panels. Base cut with a chop mark. Height 5”. Length 2.5”. Width 2”. Panels 2.75” x 1.75”. 900/1,100 Provenance: Eldred’s, August 28, 1987, Lot #773. 310

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311.

FINE JAPANESE BONE CARVING OF A RETICULATED LOBSTER 20th Century Unsigned. Length 15.5”. 500/1,000

312.

JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA CARVED WOOD CYLINDRICAL VASE Late Meiji Period Decoration of a warrior with a long sword under a flowering tree with mother-of-pearl blossoms. Mounted on a chip-carved wood base. Height 23.5”. 800/1,200

311

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313.

JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA IVORY TUSK Meiji Period, Late 19th Century One face decorated with mother-of-pearl flowers spilling forth from a flower basket sitting on a taboret. Other face with two geese and a flowering tree. Signed on a plaque. Mounted on a metal and wooden base. Height 13.5”. 2,000/3,000

314.

JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE OF A GEISHA Meiji Period, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Standing, dressed in a finely detailed robe with polychrome butterflies and flowers, and holding a fan depicting a woman in a kerchief. Two-character signature on base. Height 11”. With circular wood stand. 600/800

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JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE OF A MASK MAKER Meiji Period, Late 19th/Early 20th Century Seated on a circular tatami mat, carving a noh mask, with his tools to his left. Signed on base. Height 5”. 500/700

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Session II THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern 401.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Mouse peering out from a coil of rope surmounted by a turtle. Length 1.25”. 200/250

402.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE Late 19th Century Kabuki actor/witch with a rotating good/evil face standing with a fan. Hight 2”. 200/250

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FOUR JAPANESE IVORY FIGURAL NETSUKE 19th Century 1) Seated man with a frog. Height 1.5”. 2) Seated man reading a book. Height 1.5”. 3) Seated man with a sack. Height 1”. 4) Seated man with a monkey on a table. Height 1.5”. 200/300

409.

JAPANESE GOLD AND BLACK LACQUER ONE-CASE INRO Meiji Period Continuous decoration of two hawks and a pine tree. Nashiji interior. Height 3”. Length 3.5”. Broken carved agate netsuke and ojime. 300/500

410.

JAPANESE KOMAI DAMASCENE CIGARETTE CASE First Half of the 20th Century Depicts a shrine and torii overlooking Mount Fuji. 3” x 5”. In original fitted case. 200/250

411.

JAPANESE MIXED METAL TRAY Late Meiji Period Raised decoration of Raijin, Shinto God of Thunder and Lightning, encircled by his taiko drum, leaping over waves. Silver and copper highlights on a copper ground. 6.5” x 9”. 200/300

JAPANESE WOOD NETSUKE BY SUZUKI MASANAO 19th Century 412. JAPANESE HAND-HAMMERED COPPER VASE Snarling tiger with inlaid eyes. Signed. Length 1.6”. 20th Century 8,000/10,000 With slightly flared mouth and lotus-form base. Signed on base “Sadatoshi”. Height 6.5”. 150/250 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. 413. JAPANESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A LAUGHING MAN AND A FROG ON A ROCK 20th Century JAPANESE CARVED IVORY OKIMONO Meiji Period, 19th Century Height 5.5”. Length 5”. 200/250 Tiger and removable elephant on a plaque. Incised flower on base. Height 1.5”. Length 3.5”. 200/300 414. JAPANESE BRONZE VASE 20th Century Attributed to Hasegawa Yoshihisa (1928-2002), the son of TWO JAPANESE CARVED WOOD OKIMONO Late Meiji Period Hasegawa Gassen. In bulbous form, with a short slender neck. One in the form of 100 lohans, height 1”, the other in the form Height 6”. Diameter of base 5”. 200/250 of a boat, length 1.5”. Both with stands. 200/300

407.

JAPANESE POLYCHROME WOOD NETSUKE BY NAGAMACHI SHUZAN Early 19th Century Scholar playing a flute. Height 1.75”. 500/700

408.

JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE BY TOMOTADA 18th Century Reclining water buffalo. Signed. Length 2.7”. 15,000/25,000

415.

JAPANESE BRONZE VASE Late Meiji Period In teardrop form, with a slender cylindrical neck. Height 11”. 150/250

416.

TWO JAPANESE TAKAOKA MOTTLED BRONZE VASES 20th Century One red in teardrop form and one blue in bottle vase form. Blue signed on base. Heights 9”. 250/350

Provenance: Eskenazi, London. The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

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ELEVEN JAPANESE BRONZE VASES Late Meiji Period 1-8) In teardrop form. Heights from 5” to 12.5”. 9) In baluster form, with raised decoration of dragon in waves. Height 6”. 10) In well form. Height 10.5”. 11) In seed form. Mottled finish. Height 9”. 200/250 JAPANESE BRONZE VASE Late Meiji Period In baluster form. Raised three-clawed dragon wraps around an incised wave-decorated body. Height 5”. 200/300 JAPANESE ANDO CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Late Meiji Period White iris decoration against a pale celadon ground. Signed on silver foot rim. Height 8.5”. 300/400

426.

JAPANESE PATINATED METAL CARP-FORM IKEBANA FLOWER FROG 20th Century With five openings for flower stems. Height 3”. Length 6”. 100/150

427.

JAPANESE CAST IRON TEA CEREMONY HIBACHI Meiji Period Ovoid. Separate covered lift-out warmer. Ring handles on each piece. Height 12”. 100/150

428.

THREE JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Meiji Period An ovoid pair and a smaller octagonal ovoid teapot. Heights 3” and 5”. 200/250

429.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late 19th Century In flanged ovoid form, with paulownia design. Diameter 10”. 200/400

JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE Early 20th Century In seed form. Alternating dragon and phoenix lappets on a mottled rust ground. Shoulder with a band of chrysanthemum mons below dragon cartouches on a lotus and vine ground. Some gold fleck highlights. Height 12.5”. 300/400 FOUR PIECES OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL 19th Century 1-2) Two miniature ovoid jardinières with floral decoration on a black ground. Heights 3”. 3) Bowl with floral decoration on a black ground. Height 2”. Diameter 4.5”. 4) Ribbed ovoid bowl. Height 3”. Diameter 3.5”. 150/250

Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. 430.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period Ovoid, with raised mixed metal decoration of a village landscape. Bronze lid. Mixed metal handle with applied leaf and pinecone decoration. Signed on lid. Height with handle 10”. Length 7.5”. 700/900

431.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period Ovoid, with applied loop handles and raised chrysanthemum decoration. Bronze lid with silver finial. Mixed metal handle with applied silver bamboo, prunus and acorns. Signed under lid. Seal marked. Height with handle 10”. Length 8”. 1,000/1,500

432.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period Square, with raised decoration of a farmer on one side and calligraphy on the other. Bronze lid with silver chrysanthemumform finial. Signed on lid. Seal marked. Height with handle 10”. Length 7”. 400/600

433.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period Ovoid, with recessed decoration of crab and sea life in a grotto. Bronze lid with silver ball finial. Signed under lid. Height with handle 8”. Length 6”. 600/800

434.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period In bell form, with raised hibachi decoration on a mottled ground. Bronze lid with copper floriform finial (finial worn). Signed under lid. Height to handle 9.5”. Length 7”. 700/900

Provenance: From a Newport, Rhode Island Collection. 422.

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EIGHT JAPANESE ITEMS Mostly Meiji Period 1) Kozuka with shakudo decoration of a woman in a kimono. Signed. Length 4”. 2-4) Three pipes. Lengths 8”. 5-8) Four cases in metal and other materials. Lengths 9”. 300/500 JAPANESE BRONZE KORO Meiji Period In chrysanthemum form, with pierced cover and three leaf-form feet. Height 3”. Diameter 4”. 200/250 JAPANESE BRONZE LOTUS-FORM IKEBANA BOWL 20th Century Suspended from a lotus vine base. Stamped “Made in Japan” on plaque. Height 8”. Diameter 11”. 200/300 TEN SMALL CHINESE AND JAPANESE BRONZES 19th/20th Centuries A bird- form suiteki, a snail-form suiteki, six animal-form scroll weights, a fu dog-form seal, and a seated Buddha that is signed on base. Heights from 1.5” to 2.5”. 150/250

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435.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period In squat ovoid form. Bronze lid with metal floriform finial. Rust red patina. Signed on lid. Height to handle 9”. Length 7”. 300/400

436.

JAPANESE IRON TETSUBIN Late Meiji Period Square. Bronze lid with pierced finial. Height with handle 8.5”. Length 6”. 400/600

437.

JAPANESE GILT LACQUERED WOOD LIFT-TOP JEWELRY CASE 20th Century Case decorated with cranes and a setting sun in a pine landscape. Top lifts to reveal a mirror. Two doors open to reveal three drawers. Fourth drawer below. Interior lined in red silk. Metal bindings, hardware and carrying handles. Height 15”. Width 12”. Depth 7.5”. 300/500

438.

JAPANESE GILT LACQUER FOUR-TIER JUBAKO BOX Taisho Period Gilt floral, fern and leaf decoration on a nashiji ground. Red lacquer interior. Height 6”. Length 5.5”. Width 4.5”. 200/300

439.

JAPANESE BROWN AND RED LACQUER PICNIC SET BENTO (SAGE JUBAKO) 20th Century Contains a koraku-style box, five serving plates and a rectangular sake container. Height 9.5”. Width 11”. Depth 6”. 200/300

440.

JAPANESE BROWN LACQUER COVERED SHELL BOX Meiji Period In ribbed cylindrical form, with chased metal mounts and four legs. Height 16.5”. Diameter 15”. 200/300

441.

JAPANESE GOLD AND BLACK LACQUER LIFT-TOP BOX Late Meiji Period Depicts a landscape with Mount Fuji. Signed on base. Height 2”. Width 7”. Depth 3.5”. 120/180

442.

444.

JAPANESE CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF DARUMA Late Meiji Period Height 15”. 150/250

446.

JAPANESE ZELKOVIA WOOD TRAVELING CASE Late Meiji Period Top lifts open to reveal a shallow interior. Two side drawers below. Iron hinges and drawer pulls. Height 10”. Width 14.5”. Depth 9”. 200/250

447.

JAPANESE KIRIWOOD HIBACHI 19th Century With three small drawers, copper lining and ceramic pot holder. Height 11”. Width 21.25”. Depth 13.25”. 200/400 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection.

448.

JAPANESE ZELVKOVIA WOOD HIBACHI WITH COPPER LINER Early 20th Century Square, with two shishi dragon’s-head handles. Height 13”. Length 18”. Width 17”. Mounted on a separate hardwood stand and with glass top. Total height 10.5”. 600/800

449.

PAIR OF JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS Late Meiji Period In lotus form, with decoration of carp in seagrass. Four-character Chenghua mark on bases. Heights 2”. Diameters 6”. 400/600

450.

JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE ARITA PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD VASE Meiji Period Alternating decorative panels. Two-character mark on base. Height 8”. 200/250

451.

PAIR OF JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TRUMPET VASES Late Meiji Period Decoration of birds on flowering tree branches interspersed with bamboo and iris. Flowering vine design along interior of mouth. Spurious six-character mark on bases. Heights 17”. Diameter of mouths 8.75”. 700/900

452.

OVERSIZE JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED BOWL 20th Century Stylized flowering lotus and scrolling vine design. Slightly domed cover with white glaze knop. Signed on base. Height 9”. Diameter 12”. With wood stand. 600/800

453.

TWO JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS Early 20th Century 1) Shaped petal edge. Allover floral decoration with a jardinière at center and a double foot ring. Height 3.5”. Diameter 8.5”. 2) Slightly raised foot. Interior with cabbage leaf decoration and exterior with stylized floral decoration. Height 2”. Diameter 5.5”. 350/450

JAPANESE BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER TEMPLE DRUM WITH TAMA-FORM STAND Circled comma design on one face and dragon design on the other. Drum diameter 20”. Stand height 51”. 500/700 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection.

443.

445.

JAPANESE CARVED WOOD NOH MASK Meiji Period Depicts a tengu. Signed. Length 9”.

300/400

JAPANESE CARVED WOOD NOH MASK Meiji Period Depicts Hannya, a jealous female demon. Traces of gilt paint to eyes, horn and teeth. Signed. Length 11”. 300/400

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454.

JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HIBACHI 20th Century Decoration of alternating panels of pine, prunus and bamboo branches. Height 11”. Diameter 15.5”. 200/300

464.

JAPANESE AWAJI CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In teardrop form. Peachbloom to creamware glaze. Height 9.5”. 100/200

455.

JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HIBACHI 20th Century Chrysanthemum and vine decoration under a chrysanthemumin-lappet border. Similarly decorated rim. Height 12”. Diameter 14”. 200/300

465.

JAPANESE BLACK GLAZE POTTERY CHAWAN 20th Century Signed on base. Height 3.25”. Diameter 4.25”. 200/250

466.

JAPANESE EIRAKU POTTERY BOWL Meiji Period Floriform, decorated with leaf, wave and Good Luck symbol on a yellow ground. Raku mark on base. Diameter 7.3”. 400/600

467.

JAPANESE TEMMOKU POTTERY TEA BOWL Late Meiji Period Height 1.5”. Diameter 5”.

456.

457.

458.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR 19th Century Cylindrical, consisting of four stacked sections. Floral and vine decoration. Height 5.25”. 200/250 SEVENTEEN JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SAKE CUPS AND HOLDERS 19th/20th Century Ten cups with four-character marks on bases, heights 2”, and seven holders in various forms and designs, heights from 1.5” to 5”. 400/600

100/300

468.

PAIR OF JAPANESE CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century In gourd form, with decoration of birds on vines. Signed on bases. Heights 3.5”. 150/250

469.

JAPANESE ART POTTERY BOWL 20th Century In leaf form. White slip over a brown ground. Potter’s mark on underside. Height 3”. Length 10”. 200/300

459.

ELEVEN PIECES OF JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORECLAIN Six cups, heights from 2.5” to 3”, four dishes with shaped edges, diameters from 5” to 6.5”, and a small bird feeder, height 2”. Various marks on bases. 400/600

470.

JAPANESE STUDIO PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In seed form. Underglaze decoration of a blue bird on a grape vine. Signed and seal marked near base. Height 13”. Diameter at mouth 5”. 250/350

460.

SET OF EIGHT JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES 20th Century In bird form, with floral decoration and a wave design around exterior of foot. Heights 1.25”. Lengths 7”. 200/300

471.

JAPANESE SHIGARAKI CERAMIC STORAGE JAR Meiji Period In seed form. Two-colored celadon green striped glaze. Height 13”. Fitted with a copper insert, lamp mount and base. 200/300

461.

SET OF TEN JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED BOWLS 20th Century Exteriors with peony decoration and interiors with “Three Friends” decoration. Four-character mark on covers and bases. Heights 3”. Diameters 4.5”. 200/300

472.

JAPANESE SHIGARAKI POTTERY STORAGE JAR Early 20th Century In ovoid form. Mottled black glaze over a combed brown shoulder. Height 20”. 200/300

473.

JAPANESE SHIGARAKI POTTERY STORAGE JAR Late Meiji Period In ovoid form. Brown glaze with incised combed decoration. Drilled. Height 13”. 100/150

474.

JAPANESE HAMADA POTTERY VASE 20th Century In waisted, slightly flared, gu-form. White drip glaze over an unglazed base. Height 12”. 100/150

475.

JAPANESE STUDIO POTTERY SQUARE TILE TRAY Late Meiji Period Green slip on an impressed mat linen surface. Signed on underside. 11” x 11”. 100/150

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JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN HIBACHI Early 20th Century Decorated with phoenix cartouches on a chrysanthemum-filled ground. Coin-decorated border. Height 11”. Diameter 16”. 200/300

JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SAKE BOTTLE 19th Century In mallet form, with grasses design. Height 11”. 100/200 SET OF FIVE JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWLS BY INOUE MANJI 20th Century Bamboo decoration. Diameters 6.25”. With original kiriwood box. 150/250

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JAPANESE PAINTING ON PORCELAIN Showa Period White and celadon depiction of a mountain and lake with trees. Calligraphic inscription below. Housed in a shadow box frame. 6” x 8”. Framed 12” x 14”. 300/500 JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN VASE Late Meiji Period In pear shape. Neck with chrysanthemum vine decoration on a red ground. Body with alternating crane and phoenix panels separated by colorful palmette lappets. Height 16.5”. 200/300

486.

JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN COVERED BOX Meiji Period In the form of a sailboat. Height 5.5”. Length 5”. 200/350

487.

FIVE JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN COVERED RICE BOWLS 20th Century Assorted figural and floral decoration. One with undertray. Differing marks on bases. Heights 4”. Diameters 5”. 250/350

488.

FIVE JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN BOWLS 20th Century Gilt lotus and vine decoration against a tomato red ground, with a blue and white border at foot. Heights 2.75”. Diameters 5”. 200/300

489.

JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN BOWL Meiji Period With ribbed body and floriform rim. Interior with central decoration of a lady in a chrysanthemum and pine tree landscape, and an alternating lappet border. Marked on base. Height 4”. Diameter 9.25”. 150/250

478.

JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN DISH Late 19th/Early 20th Century Decoration of alternating chrysanthemum rondels. Six-character Jiajing mark in a double ring on base. Diameter 8.5”. 200/250

479.

JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN DEMITASSE SET Kyoto, 20th Century Consist of 11 cups, 12 saucers, 14 7” plates, a creamer and a sugar bowl. Floral, sun and brocade decoration. Each piece marked on base. 300/500

480.

PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN BOWLS Late Meiji Period Interior central blue and white decoration of figures in a courtyard. Exteriors with phoenix and dragon rondels. Six-character Chenghua mark on bases. Heights 2”. Diameters 5.5”. 200/400

490.

JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWL Late Meiji Period Interior with brocade border and decoration of three warriors on a trail. Exterior with bamboo and fan decoration. Threecharacter signature on base. Height 2.75”. Diameter 9.5”. 400/600

481.

SET OF FOUR JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN LOZENGE-FORM DISHES Late Meiji Period Decoration of butterfly in landscape cartouches on a rondelfilled ground. Lengths 6.25”. 250/350

491.

JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN BOWL Late Meiji Period Decoration of figures in a landscape, with a crane, boats and a mountain in the background. Two-character signature on base. Diameter 7”. 300/500

482.

NEST OF THREE JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN BOWLS Late Meiji Period Interiors decorated with alternating deer and crane in a landscape, and with a central phoenix rondel. Diameters from 6” to 8.5”. 400/600

492.

JAPANESE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE Meiji Period In seed form, with decoration of bamboo shoots. Shimazu crest on base. Height 8”. 200/250

483.

EIGHT JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN COVERED RICE AND MISO BOWLS 20th Century Decorations vary. Most marked on bases. Heights approx. 4.5”. Diameters approx. 6”. 400/600

493.

PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA PORCELAIN STANDS Late Meiji Period In squat bulbous form, with four animalistic feet. Brocade decoration with gilt highlights. Heights 5.5”. Accommodate a 5” diameter vessel. 200/300

484.

ASSEMBLED SET OF SIX JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN COVERED RICE BOWLS 20th Century Five matching, with floral, “Three Friends” and mon design, and one non-matching. Each marked on base. Heights 3.5”. Diameters 5.5”. 300/500

494.

JAPANESE SATSUMA “THOUSAND FACES” PORCELAIN PARTIAL TEA SET Late Meiji Period Consists of a teapot, a covered creamer and a sugar, all with chrysanthemum knops, and a teacup, two saucers and an undertray, signed on bases. Bases decorated. Teapot height 6”. Tray length 13”. 200/250

485.

NINE PIECES OF JAPANESE PORCELAIN Late Meiji Period 1-3) Three Imari dishes with scalloped edges and central blue and white figural rondel. Diameters 4.5”. 4-9) Six blue and white sake cups with gilt figural interiors. Diameters 2”. 300/400

495.

THREE CHINESE PORCELAIN DISHES 19th Century Two famille rose with floral decoration, and one salmon red with pomegranate decoration. Two marked on bases. Diameters approx. 9”. 400/600

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496.

PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE ON CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In baluster form, with mock ring handles. Figural landscape decoration with calligraphic inscription on reverse. Heights 9”. With wood stands. 300/400

506.

CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE GREEN DRAGON BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Interior and exterior decorated with green five-clawed dragons chasing a fiery pearl against an Imperial yellow ground. Fourcharacter mark on base. Height 2.25”. Diameter 4.75”. 150/250

497.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century Enameled floral decoration on a royal blue ground. Gilt rim. Seal marked on base. Height 3.25”. Diameter 7”. 250/350

507.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLATE Mid-19th Century Central enameled decoration of a rooster and chicks in a courtyard. Ornate floral border. Diameter 9”. 200/400

498.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PILLOW Late 19th/Early 20th Century Rectangular, with decoration on obverse and reverse of a bird on a flowering tree branch, with a bat and cloud border and an openwork double coin design at both ends. Height 2.25”. Length 5.5”. Width 4.75”. 200/300

508.

PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SQUARE PLATES Mid-18th Century Central enameled decoration of roosters in a peony and rockery landscape. Floral borders. 8.25” x 8.25”. 200/400

499.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JAR Early 20th Century In baluster form, with floral, fruit and shou decoration. Height 15”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

509.

FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Circa 1900 In ovoid form, with tapered cylindrical mouth. Bird and flower decoration. Height 15.75”. 300/500

500.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN HAT STAND Late 19th/Early 20th Century Cylindrical, with decoration of roosters in a peony and rockery landscape. Height 11”. 250/350

510.

PAIR OF CHINESE DOUCAI PORCELAIN VASES 19th Century Cylindrical, with slightly flared mouths. Decoration of figures in a landscape. Heights 8”. 200/300

501.

SIX PIECES OF CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Three plates with enameled decoration of two dragons chasing a fiery pearl, and three matching spoons. Each with a six-character Daoguang mark on base. Plate diameters 5”, 7” and 9”. Spoon lengths 5.25”. 100/150

511.

CHINESE PORCELAIN PLAQUE 20th Century Depicts a youth and scholar in a landscape. 13” x 7.5” sight. Framed 15” x 9.75”. 200/300

512.

CHINESE FAMILLE NOIRE PORCELAIN COVERED JAR Early 20th Century In ovoid form. Decoration of white flowers and pink butterflies on a black ground. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 9”. 100/150

CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BRUSH HOLDER 20th Century In double rectangular form. Decoration of fine landscape cartouches on a yellow floral ground. Double six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 5”. Length 7”. 200/500

513.

PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS 20th Century Enameled flowering tree decoration and calligraphy. Sixcharacter Kangxi mark on base. Heights 2”. Diameters 2.5”. 600/800

CHINESE MOTTLED RED METALLIC GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In pear shape, with deer’s head-form handles. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 5.5”. 200/400

514.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN WALL HANGING Late 19th/Early 20th Century In the form of a lute, with decoration of a grasshopper on a flower. Height 11.5”. 150/250

515.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Lotus and carp decoration. Height 3”. Diameter 6.5”. 300/500

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CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR Early 20th Century Decoration of two famille rose mihrab medallions depicting a figure riding a qilin while holding a baby. No cover. Height 8”. Diameter of top 3.25”. 300/400 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED JAR 19th Century In ovoid form, with domed cover and decoration of birds in a peony and rockery landscape. Height 11”. Mounted as a table lamp with a carp-form serpentine finial. Total height 17”. 400/600

Provenance: A Florida Collection.

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CHINESE MING-STYLE IMPERIAL YELLOW PORCELAIN DISH Early 20th Century In palmette shape, with blue floral decoration. Marked on base. Length 6.25”. 250/350

526.

CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A MAIDEN Early 20th Century Holding a basket of clams. Traces of a stamp on her robe. Height 5”. 200/300

517.

CHINESE IMPERIAL YELLOW GLAZE PORCELAIN DISH 20th Century Shaped edge. Underglaze decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing fiery pearls. Six-character Chengua mark on base. Height 2”. Diameter 8.5”. 600/800

527.

CHINESE LIGHT CELADON GLAZE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 20th Century Seated with an attendant at her feet. Height 11”. 500/700

518.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TILE PAINTING 20th Century Depicts birds, a spider chrysanthemum and calligraphy. 14” x 19.5”. Framed. 400/600

528.

CHINESE CLAIR DE LUNE PORCELAIN SCROLL WEIGHT Early 20th Century In the form of two conjoined catfish. Qianlong mark on base. Length 3.25”. 300/400

519.

CHINESE ORANGE-ON-WHITE CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In rouleau form, with scrolling lotus and vine decoration. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

529.

CHINESE MONOCHROME BLUE PORCELAIN WINE CUP Late Qing Dynasty Six-character Guangxu mark on base. Height 2.5”. Diameter of top 3”. 400/600

520.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN JAR Early 20th Century In ovoid form, with inverted rim. Decoration of carp in seagrass. Calligraphic inscription and seal marks on shoulder. Height 5”. 150/250

530.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form, with Happiness Shou decoration. Height 17.8”. 800/1,200

531.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In gu form, with a flared mouth. Decoration of figures in various pursuits in a landscape, all over a band of lotus and lappets. Height 14.5”. Diameter of mouth 7.5”. 700/900

532.

CHINESE BLUE GLAZE PORCELAIN VASE Ming Dynasty, 17th Century In elongated bottle form, with a slender neck. Height 11.5”. 2,000/3,000

521.

TWO CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF GUANYIN 20th Century Heights 6” and 7.5”. 200/300

522.

CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN Late 19th Century Standing on a lotus throne. Height 11.5”. Mounted as a table lamp on a metal base. Total height 16.5”. 600/800

523.

PAIR OF CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF GUANYIN 19th Century Both standing on a lotus base and holding a vase. Stamped mark inside bases. Heights 9.25”. 300/400

524.

CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF DOUMU 20th Century Seated on a lotus throne. Height 8.75”. 400/600

525.

Provenance: Christie’s, London, June 19, 2011, Lot #548. 533.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In baluster form. Decoration of figures holding a vase within a bird and prunus landscape. Butterfly border at foot ring. Height 10”. Mounted as a table lamp with a wood base. 500/700

534.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE Ming Dynasty Chased silver mount at neck. Decoration of alternating floral panels. Height 11.5”. Mounted as a table lamp with silver domed finial with an acorn knop. Total height 26”. 400/600

CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Standing with a lotus staff on a lotus pod base. Height 12”. 300/500

Provenance: Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts estate. 535.

CHINESE IMPERIAL YELLOW PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE Circa 1900 Height 12”. 300/500

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545.

CHINESE MONOCHROME BLUE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In slender baluster form. Height 9.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 22”. 300/400

546.

PAIR OF CHINESE SALMON RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century Square, with floral decoration about all sides. Drilled. Heights 12”. With metal bases. 400/600

547.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century Central interior decoration of a fu dog and brocade ball surrounded by flowers and pomegranates. Molded rim with cherry blossoms. Height 4”. Diameter 10.5”. 200/300

548.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In rouleau form. Enameled lotus and vine decoration against a blue ground. Gilt rim. Four-character signature on base. Height 18”. 200/300

549.

SIX CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JARS Late 19th/Early 20th Century All in the Hawthorn pattern. Two without covers. Some marked on base. Three heights 5”, two 6” and one 8”. 200/300

550.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED COSMETICS BOX Early 20th Century In ovoid form, with floral, pinwheel and figural mon decoration on an alternating paneled ground. Six-character mark on base. Height 4”. 100/150

551.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OPIUM DEN PILLOW Late 19th Century Decoration of fu dogs playing with brocade balls. Openwork conjoined coins at top. Three characters at lower left of one face. Height 5.25”. Length 4.5”. 300/500

552.

THREE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SHALLOW BOWLS Late 19th/Early20th Century Each with various stylized lotus decoration. One with a sixcharacter Kangxi mark on base. Two diameters 10” and one 14”. 200/300

CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN COVERED TEAPOT Cover with fruit-form finial. Drum-form body with entwined handle and flower basket decoration. Height 9.75”. 200/300

553.

CHINESE SALMON RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Hexagonal, with decoration of figural and jardinière-filled cartouches against a flower-filled ground. Height 12.5”. Mounted as a table lamp with a carved wood base. 300/500

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN COVERED TEMPLE JARS 20th Century Decoration of scholars’ objects, vases, peaches and other Chinese symbols. Heights 18”. 300/400

554.

FOUR CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATES Early 20th Century Nanking-style decoration. One-character signature on bases. Diameter 9.5”. 200/300

PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN COVERED JARS Early 20th Century In slender temple jar form, with Hawthorn decoration and double ring on base. Domed covers with molded fu dog knops. Heights 15”. 500/700 Provenance: Richard A. Bourne Company, February 2, 1971.

537.

TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Rectangular, decorated with deer under a willow tree. Length 8”. 2) Circular, with underglaze floral pinwheel design. Diameter 4.25”. 500/700

538.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE COVERED GINGER JAR 19th Century In ovoid form, with floral rondel design. Height 8”. 150/250

539.

FIVE PIECES OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN 19th Century An oval tray with landscape decoration, length 6.5”, a teacup, diameter 3”, and three Nanking dishes, diameters from 5.5” to 6”. 200/300

540.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CANTON PORCELAIN COVERED TEAPOT 19th Century Cover with fruit-form finial. Drum-form body with entwined handle. Height 9.25”. 300/500

541.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN WINE CUP 17th/18th Century Lotus decoration. Diameter 2.75”. 200/300

542.

543.

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PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TRUMPET VASES 19th Century Pa hua and floral decoration. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Heights 12.75”. 1,000/1,500

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CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATE Circa 1770 Central floral spray surrounded by a floral swag border. Arms attributed to the Portuguese Minister of Trade. Diameter 9”. 250/350

564.

TIBETAN PAINTED WOOD PRAYER TABLE Early 20th Century Depicts a seated Buddha at center surrounded by six smaller deities. Height 3.5”. Top 27” x 12”. 200/250

565.

INDONESIAN CARVED AND INLAID WOOD SIX-DRAWER CHEST 20th Century Top and drawers with carved floral borders. Drawer faces with inlaid brass bellflower and vine design. Brass bindings and inset pulls. Height 18”. Width 24”. Depth 12”. 200/400

566.

KOREAN TWO-PANEL PAINTED SCREEN 19th Century Depicts warriors headed into battle in a mountainous landscape. Watercolor and gouache paintings, 28” x 12.5”. Each panel 34” x 16.5”. 300/500

567.

KOREAN TWO-PART WEDDING CHEST 20th Century Upper section with four small drawers over a two-door cupboard. Lower section with a two-door cupboard. Bracket base. Brass butterfly mounts and hardware. Height 46”. Width 30.5”. Depth 13”. 300/500

568.

JAPANESE SIX-PANEL SCREEN Edo Period Depicts cranes against a gold ground. Unsigned. Height 68”. Total width 144”. 1,500/2,500

Provenance: Collection of Matthew and Elizabeth Sharpe. 556.

557.

558.

559.

560.

561.

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MANDARIN PORCELAIN BALUSTER-FORM VASE 20th Century Applied gilt salamanders and fu dogs. Decoration of butterflies, insects, and landscape and figural panels. Height 13.25”. 150/250 FOUR PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CLOBBERED PORCELAIN Late 19th Century A demitasse, height 2.5”, two cups, heights 2”, and a dish, diameter 5”, all with scalloped edges and similar pagoda and landscape decoration. Interior borders differ slightly. 200/300 CHINESE EXPORT HARDWOOD DISPLAY CABINET Late 19th Century Fitted with one door and one drawer. Heavily carved panels. Four claw & ball feet. Height 65”. Width 41”. Depth 16”. 500/800 PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD TABORETS Early 20th Century Rouge marble inset tops. Aprons with openwork floral carving. Cyma-curved legs joined with an X-stretcher and end in hooved feet. Height 36”. Diameter 11”. 200/300

Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. 569.

PAIR OF CHINESE CHIP-CARVED AND STAINED ROOTWOOD STANDS 20th Century Both with two live-edge surfaces supported by an entwined rootwood pedestal on a rockery-form base. Heights 15”. Tops 10” x 11”. 200/300

Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection.

CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD TABORET Early 20th Century Under a black stain. Rouge marble inset top. Heavily carved apron and legs. Height 18”. Top width 17”. 200/300

562.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD STANDS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Rouge marble inset tops. Foliate-carved aprons and legs. Claw & ball feet. Heights 30”. Diameters 11.5”. 300/400

563.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD LOW STANDS Early 20th Century Apron open-carved with ruyi. Height 20”. Top 16” x 16”. 300/400

JAPANESE SIX-PANEL SCREEN MOUNTED WITH PAINTINGS ON PAPER 17th/18th Century Painted in the Kano style by various artists including Kano Sansetsu and Kano Hogan-Tanseisai. Depicts various Immortals including Lao Tzu, Chokaro, Jittoku and Kanzan, Tai Gong Wang, and a sennin holding a bell. Height 66”. Total width 148”. 1,500/2,500

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. 570.

JAPANESE THREE-PANEL SILK FLOOR SCREEN Late Meiji Period Each needlework panel depicts a pheasant in wisteria, bamboo or chrysanthemum, with birds and butterflies overhead. Executed in silvers and golds on a gold ground. Triple-arched hardwood frame. Each panel 53” x 24”. 300/500

571.

JAPANESE SIX-PANEL TEA SCREEN Meiji Period Depicts songbirds on a weeping cherry tree. Silk brocade border. Gilt metal mounts. Height 22”. Width of each panel 9”. Total length 56”. 300/400

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572.

LU CHEN QING Color engraving Houses and boat along a canal. Signed, numbered 29/100 and titled lower margin. 17.5” x 16.25” to the plate line. Framed 26” x 24”. 200/300

573.

20TH CENTURY WOODBLOCK PRINT Oban yoko-e Unidentified artist. Depicts a figure resting on haystacks. Framed 15” x 19”. 200/250

574.

ELYSE ASHE LORD Color etching “Hardstone Plant”. Trial proof, signed lower right. 9.25” x 9” to the plate line. Framed 21” x 18”. 500/700

575.

ELYSE ASHE LORD Color etching “New Moon”. Numbered 47/63 and signed in pencil lower right. Titled on label verso for C.W. Kraushaar Art Gallery, New York. 12” x 9” to the plate line. Framed 21” x 16.5”. 500/700

576.

577.

578.

TAKANE KOKO Oban tate-e “Rain and Flowers”. Framed 22” x 17”.

500/700

582.

YUKIO KATSUDA Dai Oban tate-e #187 (Thatched Roof ). Signed lower right. Dated 1986. Framed 30” x 23”. 150/200

583.

YUKIO KATSUDA Kakemono-e #166 (Thatched House). Numbered 7/10, signed lower right and dated 1985. Framed 28” x 15”. 100/200

584.

KAWASE HASUI (1883-1957) Oban tate-e “Snow at Honmonji Temple, Tokyo”. Titled lower left in pencil and signed lower right. Framed 20” x 14.5”. 400/600

585.

TSUCHIYA KOITSU (1870-1949) Oban tate-e “Benkei Bridge”. Matted.

200/300

TSUCHIYA KOITSU (1870-1949) Hosoban Hawk and setting sun. Signed. Framed 20” x 14”.

300/500

TSUCHIYA KOITSU (1870-1949) Oban tate-e “Rain at Horyuji Temple, Nara”. Framed 22” x 16”.

300/400

586.

587.

20TH CENTURY SHUNGA WOODBLOCK PRINT Dai Oban tate-e An amorous couple. Signed upper left edge. Framed 22” x 18”. 200/300

588.

PAUL JACOULET Woodblock print “Le Marie. Seoul, Coree. (The Bridegroom)”, #92. Signed in pencil lower right above the Owl seal. Seals of the carver, Kentaro Maeda, and the printer, Matashiro Uchikawa, lower right margin. Published: 12 November 1950. Stamped on reverse. 19” x 14”. Framed 23.5” x 19”. 300/400

KAWASE HASUI (1883-1957) Oban tate-e “Spring Rain at Gokoku-Ji Temple”. Titled in pencil “By Koitsu in 1932”. Rectangular “doi” publisher’s mark in left margin with carver’s seal below. 200/300

589.

KAWASE HASUI (1883-1957) Oban tate-e Zentsuji Temple, Sanshu, from the Collection of Scenic Views of Japan II. Matted. 250/350

579.

TANAKA RYOHEI Etching “Moon Shadow”. Numbered 50/130, signed and dated 1982. Titled lower left corner. 13” x 12”. Unframed. 200/300

590.

KAWASE HASUI (1883-1957) Oban tate-e “Shinagawa” (Rainy Season at Ryoshimachi, Shinagawa). Matted. 250/350

580.

TANAKA RYOHEI Etching Roof and trailing vines. Numbered 57/100, signed and dated 1975. 18” x 11”. Unframed. 200/300

591.

OHARA KOSON Oban tate-e “Wild Geese”.

200/300

OHARA KOSON Hosoban Three mice and a feather. Framed 22.5” x 16”.

400/600

592. 581.

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THREE CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE PRINTS Black and white etchings 1-2) Eiichi Shibuya: Abstracts. Numbered 1/50 and 4/50, and signed lower right. Both ex-collection MM Shinno and Associates, Los Angeles. 17” x 11.5” and 17.5” x 11.5”. 3) Moano ...: Animal-form toys. Numbered 27/75, signed illegibly lower right and dated 1974. 10” x 13”. 200/300

593.

OHARA KOSON (SHOSON) Oban tate-e “Cockatoo and Pomegranate”. Artist’s seal lower right. Framed 23” x 17.5”. 400/600

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594.

OHARA KOSON (SHOSON) Dai Oban Tate-e “Crow on a Snowy Branch”. Published by Nishinomiya Yasaku. Framed 23” x 17”. 500/700

606.

GYOKUZAN Oban yoko-e “Taiko Hideyoshi, Japanese Warlord & First Consolidator of Feudal Japan”. Framed. 100/150

595.

OHARA KOSON Aiban Mallard flying from a pond, circa 1910-20. Framed 21” x 15”. 300/500

607.

KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1769-1849) Oban yoko-e “Poem by Ise”, from the series The Hundred Poems as Told by the Nurse. 200/250

596.

OHARA KOSON Hosoban Crow on a cherry branch under moonlight. Signed and seal marked Koson. Framed 23” x 17.5”. 400/600

608.

UTAGAWA KUNIYASU Oban Triptych Three Kabuki actor prints, each with some gaufrage. Framed 20” x 36”.

OHARA KOSON Dai Oban tate-e Chicks and a worm, circa 1900s. Framed 23” x 16”.

609.

KUNISADA Oban tate-e Azuri print depicting a Samurai reading from a scroll while standing under a maple tree as a river rages in the background. 100/200

610.

JAPANESE EDO PERIOD SHUNGA WOODBLOCK PRINT Chuban diptych Erotic view of modern Genji with nine women. 6” x 8.25” sight. Framed 12” x 23”. 100/150

611.

TOYOKUNI III Oban tate-e Kabuki actor. Framed 24” x 19”.

200/300

SUZUKI HARUNOBU (1725-1770) Oban tate-e No. 4. Girl at a Shrine in Rain.

100/150

597.

598.

599.

600.

300/500

OHARA KOSON Oban tate-e Goshawk on a snow-covered pine branch. Framed 22” x 16”. 400/600 OHARA KOSON O-tanzaku Flying Goose and Full Moon. Framed 17.5” x 14”.

300/500

TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI Oban tate-e “Moon of Enlightenment”, from “100 Aspects of the Moon”. Depicts Hotei laughing at the moon. Framed 21.5” x 17”. 200/300

601.

HIROSHIGE Two Oban yoko-e 1) “Seki Station #61” (Early Departure from the Honjin), from the 69 Stations of Tokaido Road. 2) “Post Station #14”, from the Kisokaido Rokojuko Tsugi No Uchi. Matted. 200/250

602.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) Oban tate-e “Kinryusan Temple at Asakusa”, from the series “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”. 150/250

603.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) Hosoban “Bird on a Plum Branch”.

612.

613.

SUZUKI HARUNOBU Two Oban tate-e “Girl With Lantern” and “Lovers Walking in the Snow”. Framed 19” x 15”. 300/400

614.

KAORU KAWANO Dai Oban tate-e “Small Birds”. Signed and seal marked lower left. Framed 22” x 17.25”. 200/300

615.

TOYOKUNI III Three Oban tate-e Actor prints. Matted 18” x 14”.

150/250

604.

AFTER ANDO HIROSHIGE Oban tate-e Bridge Ohashi and Atake in Sudden Shower. Framed 21” x 15”. 200/300

605.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) Oban tate-e Suijin Shrine and Massaki on the Sumida River, from the series “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”. Framed 21.5” x 16.5”. 200/300

100/200

400/600

616.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE (1797-1858) Oban diptych Middle and right oban prints from the triptych depicting Iwaya, the main shrine: pilgrims to the display of Benzaiten at Enoshima, Sagami Provence. Framed 28” x 26”. 200/400

617.

KYOSHI SAITO Oban tate-e Winter in Aizu (Baskets). Signed in pencil lower left. Framed 16” x 21”.

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200/300

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619.

620.

621.

622.

CHIGUSA SOUN (1873-1944) Dai Oban tate-e Six woodblock prints from the Flowers of Japan, 1900: Dahlia (2), Gerbera, Hyachinthus, Papaven Somniferum (2). Together with two other flower prints. Matted. Largest two 23.5” x 19”. 200/250 THREE 20TH CENTURY WOODBLOCK PRINTS Oban tate-e 1) Tokuriki Tomikichiro: “Noodle Seller at Night”. 2) Okada Koichi: “Mt. Fuji by the Kawaguchi River”. 3) Nishimura Hodo: “Country Town at Night”. 200/250 SANZO WADA (1883-1967) Oban yoko-e Ox-Cart, from the series “Japanese Vocation in Pictures, Series 3”, circa 1955. Signed and seal marked. 100/150 TORII KIYONAGA Diptych and triptych Street Traffic at Nihonbashi, and A Sudden Squall at Mimeguri Shrine. Housed in a common frame. Framed 22” x 56”. 400/600 NORIAKI OKAMOTO (20TH CENTURY) Oban yoko-e Last Persimmon of the House. Numbered 14/100, signed lower left and dated 1971. Framed 14.75” x 19.75”. 200/250

623.

NORIAKI OKAMOTO (20TH CENTURY) Oban yoko-e Courtyard of a shrine. Numbered 14/100, signed lower left and dated 1971. Framed 14.75” x 19.75”. 200/250

624.

SHIRO KASAMATSU (1898-1991) Oban tate-e Riverside. Dated 1970 and numbered 80/100. Framed 22” x 16”. 200/250

625.

TOSHI YOSHIDA (1911–1995) Two Chuban Okaramon and Tenryu River. Both with printed title lower left and signed in pencil lower right. 200/300

626.

HIROSHI YOSHIDA (1876-1950) Oban yoko-e “Sacred Bridge”. Printed title. Signed in pencil lower right. 300/500

627.

HIROSHI YOSHIDA (1876-1950) Oban yoko-e “Hayase”. Titled in pencil lower left and signed in pencil lower right. 300/500

628.

HIROSHI YOSHIDA (1876-1950) Oban yoko-e “Seta Bridge”. Printed title lower left and in pencil lower right. 10.5” x 15.5”. 300/500

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629.

HIROSHI YOSHIDA (1876-1950) Dai Oban tate-e “Atimer Gate, Jaipur”. Signed and titled in pencil. Marked with Jizuri seal. Framed 21.5” x 16.5”. 700/900

630.

WESTERN-STYLE JAPANESE WATERCOLOR Early 20th Century Depicts boatmen on a river with Mount Fuji in the distance. Signed and seal marked lower left. Sheet size 17” x 20”. 200/300

631.

KENSUKE WAKESHIMA (B. 1937) Lithograph “East Village”. Titled lower center and signed lower right. On paper, 28.25” x 22.5”. Unframed. 200/250

632.

JAPANESE WATERCOLOR 20th Century Depicts Mount Fuji through the clouds. No signature noted. 22” x 30”. Framed 26.5” x 34.5”. 200/300

633.

JAPANESE WATERCOLOR ON SILK BY OHARA KOSON Depicts birds in flight. Signed and seal marked lower left. 12” x 8” sight. Framed 18” x 14”. 600/800

634.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Meiji Period Depicts a farmer on a bridge within a winter landscape. Signed and seal marked lower left. 16” x 20”. Bottom mounting as-is. 200/300

Lots 635-661 From the Symmes/Shiro Kuma Collection

635.

JAPANESE NANGA SCHOOL SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1930 Depicts a peasant carrying a bundle of sticks while passing beneath snow-covered cliffs. Marked with artist’s seal and extensive calligraphy. 12” x 50.5”. 200/300 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

636.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century By sixth-generation Kikumasa. Based on a painting by Shokado. Depicts a rooster. 14.25” x 43.5”. 600/800 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

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642. JAPANESE ZENGA SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK BY KAZINO GENZAN BY HIROMASA KEISHU (1729-1797) 18th Century 20th Century Depicts a nobleman on horseback and two attendants beneath a Depicts a tea ceremony moon. 49.25” x 12.25”. 300/500 flowering cherry tree. Signed and seal marked. 45.5” x 17”. 1,200/1,800 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, Exhibited: September 2011. Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. 643. JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER BY YASUDA ROZAN (1830-1882) Literature: 19th Century Illustrated in the March/April 1986 issue of Southern Accents Depicts bamboo. Marked with calligraphy and seal marks. Magazine, in an article in the Antiques feature titled “Oriental 45” x 13.25”. 800/1,000 Scroll Paintings: The Survival of a Delicate Art Form” by Edwin C. Symmes, Jr.

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

Hiromasa Keishu was a master under Tokugawa Shogun, Sumiyoshi.

638.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1830 Depicts a swimming carp with bulging eyes. 39” x 11”. 200/400 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

644.

JAPANESE SHIJO SCHOOL SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Depicts bamboo and cursive calligraphy. Marked with signature and seal marks. 54.75” x 13.25”. 200/400

645.

PAIR OF JAPANESE KANO-STYLE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK Early 19th Century One, attributed to Yosenin Kanenobu (1753-1808), depicts a scholar and attendant. The other, by Eisen-in, depicts a riverside landscape. Signed. Both 48” x 17.25”. 1,000/2,000

Literature: Illustrated in the March/April 1986 issue of Southern Accents Magazine, in an article in the Antiques feature titled “Oriental Scroll Paintings: The Survival of a Delicate Art Form” by Edwin C. Symmes, Jr.

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

A similar design was used by the lacquer artist Shibata Zeshin.

639.

JAPANESE ZENGA SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Circa 1830 Depicts Daruma beneath calligraphy translated as “Wandering through Japan, I am delighted in the Buddhist lands”. 46” x 15.5”. 200/300

640.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK BY HIMESHIMA CHIKUGAI (1840-1920) Early 20th Century Depicts three bats in flight. Marked with calligraphy and seal mark upper right. 34” x 13.25”. 400/600 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

641.

JAPANESE KOBORI SCHOOL CALLIGRAPHIC SCROLL PAINTING Late 19th Century After Kobori Masatada. Calligraphy translated as “Feel rich full house sake blank body”. 39” x 9.75”. 300/500 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

646.

JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHIC SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER BY MUGAKU ZESSHU (1709-1795) 18th Century Using sumiboku technique, with stylized dragon calligraphy. Marked with signature and seal marks. 50.5” x 10.5”. 1,000/2,000 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. Dragon calligraphies were employed to prevent drought, floods and fire.

647.

JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHIC SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Early 19th Century Painted in the artist’s 91st year. Calligraphy translated as “Sometimes you can’t see the trees for the forest”. Signed and seal marked. 46.5” x 9”. 300/500 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

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648.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER BY SUZUKI SHONEN (1849-1918) 19th Century Depicts a temple lantern partially obscured by a temple. Signed and seal marked. 54.75” x 12.25”. 600/800

655.

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. 649.

JAPANESE SESSHU SCHOOL SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 18th Century Depicts a river landscape with sailboat, pavilion and distant hills. Marked with Sesshu seal. 24.5” x 9.5”. 500/700

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK BY KANO TANSHIN MORIMICHI (1784-1835) Early 19th Century Depicts a lohan seated by a stream and poetry. Signed and seal marked. 21.5” x 16.5”. 1,000/1,500 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. Kano Tanshin, the first-born son of Morikuni and painter to the Tokugawa shogunate, received the title Hogen, seventh-generation head of the Kajibashi branch of the Kano School.

656.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO TENSHIN Early 19th Century Depicts Jurojin with a minogame and calligraphy. Signed and seal marked. 11.5” x 20”. 400/600

650.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK BY KANO EISEN-IN II Late 18th Century Depicts a snowy winter scene with a boatman and a pavilion Exhibited: beneath towering cliffs. Signed and seal marked. 38” x 13.6”. Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, 700/900 September 2011. Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, 657. SET OF THREE JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTINGS September 2011. ON SILK BY KANO YOSHIN

651.

SET OF THREE JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER Mid-19th Century Central scroll depicts Kwannon and the flanking scrolls depict mountain and seaside landscapes. Signed and seal marked. Each 52.5” x 17.5”. 700/900

18th Century Central scroll depicts Jurojin. Flanking scrolls depict bamboo and pine trees. Each signed and seal marked. Each 39” x 17.5”. With inscribed kiriwood box. 1,000/1,500 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. 652.

PAIR OF JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON SILK BY KANO TANYU Late 17th Century One depicts pavilions and a peasant crossing a bridge, and the other depicts a teahouse and waterfall. Both signed and seal marked. Both 38.25” x 14”. 800/1,000

Literature: Illustrated in Shinto Moments by Sabastian Velilla, Taishi Kato and Edwin Symmes. Kano Yoshin was a student of Tsunenobu.

658.

Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011. 653.

JAPANESE SESSHU-STYLE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 18th/19th Century Depicts birds in flight above a village. 34.5” x 17.5”. With kiriwood box. 200/400

654.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO KISHI GANKU 18th Century Depicts a fierce snarling tiger. Signed and seal marked. 48.25” x 21.25”. 300/500

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JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHIC SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Marked with two characters, artist’s inscription and two seal marks. 24” x 40”. 200/400 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

659.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO KOETSU Circa 1840 Fine dramatic brushwork depicts Daruma. Signed and seal marked. 64” x 37.5”. 1,200/1,500 Exhibited: Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 2011.

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660.

JAPANESE WATERCOLOR ON PAPER BY TAKEO HIRAI 20th Century Depicts misty mountains. Signed lower left. 10.75” x 13” sight. Framed 18” x 20.25”. 200/300

671.

REVERSE PAINTING ON GLASS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Depicts three children in various pursuits. Housed in a hardwood frame. 22” x 16”. 300/500

661.

JAPANESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER Early 19th Century Depicts sages on a cliffside and an approaching sage and attendant. Signed and seal marked. 51.5” x 19.25”. 200/400

672.

CHINESE SCHOOL ANCESTOR PORTRAIT 19th Century Depicts the wife of a fourth rank civil official, with a goose rank badge on her robe. Ink and color on paper, 37” x 15.5”. Framed 39” x 17.5” . 300/500

662.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicts pine trees on a hillside. 50.5” x 15”.

673.

MOGUL BOOK PAGE 19th Century Depicts a prince with his consort. 6” x 3”. Matted.

150/250

663.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicts various pavilions amongst towering cliffs. Signed and seal marked. 32.25” x 22.25”. 150/250

664.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER 20th Century Depicts birds in flight through mountains and gorges. Signed and seal marked. 26.25” x 25”. 300/500

674.

PERSIAN PAINTING Late 19th/Early 20th Century Depicts polo players in a landscape. Housed in a polychrome inlaid marquetry frame. 3” x 5”. Framed 7” x 9”. 300/500

675.

SANSKRIT PAINTING 19th/20th Century Depicts the Mahabarata, one of the major epics of Ancient India, 400 B.C. Watercolor, gouache and ink with gilt highlights on paper, 11.5” x 27.5” sight. Framed 17” x 33”. 300/500

676.

TWO DOUBLE-SIDED PERSIAN ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT PAINTINGS Late 18th/Early 19th Century Depict interior court scenes with calligraphy about the borders. Calligraphy on reverse. 16” x 9” sight. Framed 24.5” x 17.5”. 200/400

677.

PERSIAN BOOK PAGE 19th Century Depicts polo players in a landscape. Islamic script above and below. Watercolor on paper, 10” x 6” sight. Framed 15” x 10”. 200/250

678.

TIBETAN PAINTING OF A DRAGON 20th Century Mixed media on silk, 11” x 22.5” sight. Framed 17” x 29”. 200/300

679.

TWO CHINESE WATERCOLORS ON PAPER By husband and wife Chow Chian Chu (1910-2006) and Chow Leung Chen Ying (1921-2005). Both depict a flower and a grasshopper. Signed and seal marked lower left. 17” x 17”. Framed 21” x 23”. 300/500

Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. 665.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century Depicts cottages along a river. Signed and seal marked upper left. 39.5” x 17.5”. 200/400 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection.

666.

PAIR OF CHINESE CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTINGS ON PAPER Signed and seal marked upper left. 9.5” x 9”. Framed. 200/250

667.

CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK Early 20th Century Depicts two grasshoppers on bamboo leaves. Signed at right. 10” x 13”. Framed 16” x 20”. 200/300

668.

CHINESE FAN PAINTING 19th Century Depicts a boatman on a river near a mountainside village. Calligraphic inscription and seal mark upper right. Fan 9” x 21”. Framed 18” x 28”. 400/600

669.

CHINESE PAINTING ON SILK 20th Century Depicts pavilions in a mountainous and river landscape. Seal marked lower left. 16” x 10” sight. Framed 21” x 26”. 200/300

670.

50/100

The couple is represented by Prestige Galleries, Hong Kong. Artist biographies are included in the lot.

FOUR CHINESE SCHOOL PAINTINGS ON PAPER AND SILK DEPICTING EXOTIC BIRDS 19th Century One signed “Sunqua”. Two 6” x 10” sight and two 2.5” x 6” sight. Largest frame 12” x 16”. 200/300

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680.

CHINESE GOUACHE PAINTING ON PAPER Second Half of the 20th Century “Exchanging Experiences in Breeding and Management”, by one of the Peasant Painters of Hu-hsien. Depicts a corral of horses and people gathered among them. Seal marked lower right. 13” x 9.5” sight. Framed 20.5” x 27”. 200/300 Featured in a magazine article on the Peasant Painters of Hu-hsien,

689.

CHINESE SILK THREADWORK APRON Early 20th Century Depicts colorful butterflies and flowers against a blue silk ground trimmed in gilt thread. 15” x 14”. Framed 27” x 26”. 300/500

690.

ELEVEN CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED TEXTILES 19th-20th Centuries 1) Depicts gilt five-clawed dragons chasing a fiery pearl against a dark blue ground filled with bats and ruyi. 25” x 76”. 2-3) Pair of forbidden stitch work sleeve bands (sewn together) depicting flowers and gilt thread leaves against an ivory ground. 23” x 8”. 4) Mandarin square depicting a white flycatcher. Mounted as a purse with a carved wood handle. 10” x 11”. 5-7) Three figural panels. Each 9.5” x 9.5”. 8-10) Three figural rondels. Diameters 8.5”. 11) Forbidden stitch work figural landscape with gilt thread details against an ivory ground. 9.25” x 14”. 500/700

691.

CHINESE SILK THREADWORK SCENT POUCH 19th Century In the form of a cicada with metallic threadwork, ruyi and bat decoration against a black ground. Silk tassels with endless knot embellishments. Length 4.25”. 200/300

692.

LOT OF CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED TEXTILES 19th Century A robe, a panel, a jacket and two skirts, featuring figural, floral and animal decoration and some gilt and forbidden stitch threadwork. 500/1,000

693.

PAIR OF CHINESE SILK THREADWORK PANELS Late 19th Century Forbidden stitch work depicting ladies in a courtyard landscape outlined in gold thread against a blue silk damask ground. 23” x 4.5” sight. Framed. 200/250

694.

THREE CHINESE SILK NEEDLEWORK EMBROIDERIES 19th Century A rondel with cranes in a landscape, diameter 10”, a forbidden stitchwork depicting a temple landscape with two courtesans, 18.5” x 3.25” sight, and a gilt thread panel depicting bats, flowers and waves with a brocade border, 23” x 12” sight. All framed; largest frame 29.5” x 18”. 200/300

695.

FIVE CHINESE SILK NEEDLEWORKS 19th/20th Century 1) Depicts white cranes on a salmon red ground. 58” x 18”. 2-5) Four panels with floral decoration, each featuring some forbidden stitch work. Approx. 20” x 9”. 200/250

included with painting.

681.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTINGS ON PAPER BY THE SCHOOL OF CHEN SHAO MEI 20th Century Depict mountain landscapes with scholars. Two works mounted as one. Both 37” x 7.5”. 200/500

682.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER BY LU QI YAO 20th Century Depicts crabs. 25.5” x 12.75”. 100/300

683.

CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING ON PAPER BY LU QI YAO 20th Century Depicts lotus and leaves. Signed and seal marked. 41.5” x 13.25”. 100/300

684.

FIVE PIECES OF JAPANESE SILK OBI FABRIC Late Meiji Period 1) Chrysanthemums and floral and brocade mons fill a creamcolored ground. 2) Pine trees in a brocade landscape on a cream-colored ground. 3) Peonies on a cream-colored ground. 4) Chrysanthemums and cranes on a salmon pink-colored ground. 5) Floral mons and pinwheels in salmon and celadon. Red lining. Lengths vary, largest approx. 152”. 500/700

685.

ELEVEN VARIOUS ASIAN TEXTILES Early 20th Century Four large Balinese silk remnants, four Japanese obis in cotton and other materials, a cotton collar, and a silk patchwork and other panel. Sizes vary. 250/350

686.

PAIR OF CHINESE SILK THREADWORK SLEEVE BANDS Late 19th Century Forbidden stitch work depicting figures in a courtyard filled with pavilions, jardinières and flowers. Housed in a carved wooden frame with inset mirror. Sleeve bands 19.5” x 7”. Framed 30” x 9.5”. 200/300

687.

CHINESE SILK THREADWORK RANK BADGE 19th Century Central appliqued phoenix on a metallic gourd- and wave-filled black silk ground. Mounted as a tray. Rank badge 10.5” x 11”. Tray height 2.75”. Length 12”. Width 12”. 200/300

688.

FOURTEEN CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL TEXTILES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Nine tiger and other hats, a red silk robe, two pairs of shoes, a drum and a miscellaneous fragment. 250/350

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Session III FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. Eastern 701.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century Ovoid, with landscape decoration. Height 2”. Blue and white porcelain stopper. 200/300

711.

CHINESE CARVED MUTTONFAT JADE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In spade shape, with raised gourd decoration. Height 2”. Green jade stopper. 300/500

702.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MINIATURE SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century Cylindrical, with decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing a fiery pearl. Height 2”. Green stone stopper. 200/300

712.

CHINESE INTERIOR-PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE Late 19th Century Rectangular, with a mountain landscape on one face, and calligraphic inscription on the other. Signed and seal marked. Height 2.5”. Red stone stopper. 200/300

703.

CHINESE BLUE AND GREEN PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In shaped rectangular form. Decoration of a green dragon chasing a fiery pearl against a blue ground. Height 2.25”. 200/300

713.

CHINESE GLASS PENDANT IN AN 18KT GOLD MOUNT Oval, .5” x 1”. 150/200

714.

CHINESE CARVED PINK GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In gourd form. Length 2.75”. Green stone stopper. 200/300

CARNELIAN AGATE BEAD NECKLACE Approx. 5mm beads. Linear length 22”.

715.

CHINESE ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In the form of a water buffalo’s head. Height 3”.

CHINESE JADE AND SILVER GILT PENDANT Floral filigree design. On a 14kt gold station chain with jade beads. Length 15.5”. 250/350

300/500

716.

CHINESE BLUE AGATE AND ROCK CRYSTAL SNUFF BOTTLE Ovoid. Stone cut on the diagonal. Height 2.25”. Coral stopper. 200/300

18KT GOLD, JADE AND DIAMOND RING Jade cabochon, approx. 17mm x 12mm, flanked by four diamonds, each diameter approx. 3.2mm. Size 7¼. 400/600

717.

CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century Rectangular, with decoration of quail in a landscape on both sides. Four-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 2.5”. Gilt domed stopper. 200/300

CHINESE JADE BEAD AND CINNABAR NECKLACE Fifty-six approx. 9.2mm sage green jade beads. Round cinnabar pendant and two beads with filigree vermeil frames. Unmarked. Length 21”. 200/300

718.

CHINESE JADE BEAD Drilled. Diameter 23mm.

704.

705.

706.

707.

708.

TWO CHINESE HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLES Both in spade shape. One with variegated brown coloring, height 2.5”, and one with gray and brown marbling, height 2”. 200/300

709.

CHINESE AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE 20th Century In ovoid form, with handles at neck. Natural black inclusions on a white ground. Height 2.5”. Red hardstone stopper. 200/300

710.

THREE CHINESE ENAMEL SNUFF BOTTLES 20th Century 1) Blue cloisonné enamel in elongated form, with floral cartouche. Height 2.75”. Conforming stopper. 2) Brown floral cloisonné enamel in seed form. Height 3”. Conforming stopper. 3) In seed form, with a bat and coin design on a white ground. Height 2.5”. Glass stopper. 200/300

100/200

200/300

Provenance: Descended in the family of Woodbridge Bingham (1901-1986), a longtime professor of East Asian history at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the son of Hiram Bingham III (18751956) who rediscovered Machu Picchu. 719.

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE BANGLE Delicate continuous rope twist carving. Some light russet skin tone. Interior diameter 2.25”. 200/300

720.

OVERSIZE MOTTLED LIGHT CELADON JADE BANGLE Diameter 4”. 200/300 Provenance: A Private Boston Collection.

721.

CHINESE WHITE JADE BEAD NECKLACE Comprised of 43 beads. Length 11”.

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250/350

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734.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE PENDANT In “S” form. One side carved with two robed figures and the other side with a seated fisherman, a footbridge and a river. 3” x 2”. 250/350

735.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE PENDANT Carved with a sage and monkey under a tree on one face and calligraphy on the other. 2.5” x 1.25”. 250/350

736.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE CARVED PENDANT One face depicts a sage seated by a river. Other face with calligraphy. Border with two dragons and a fiery pearl. 2.5” x 1.75”. 200/300

737.

CHINESE MUTTONFAT JADE ARCHER’S THUMB RING In the form of a coiled qilin with a fiery pearl on its back emanating from a lotus leaf with a rat at its base. Length 3”. 250/350

CHINESE WHITE JADE BELT HOOK Open-carved scrolling vine and qilin design. 2” x 4”. 250/350

738.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE PENDANT Carved with a fisherman on a footbridge on one face and calligraphy on the other. 2.5” x 1.5”. 200/300

726.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE BABY LOCK Figural decoration on one face and calligraphy and bats on the other. Length 2.25”. 200/300

739.

CHINESE CARVED GRAY JADE PENDANT In pebble form, depicting Guanyin emanating from a lotus base and holding a pearl. Length 4”. 200/300

727.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE PENDANT Depicts a seated lady on one face and calligraphy on the opposite. Length 2.5”. 200/300

740.

CHINESE CARVED WHITE JADE PLAQUE In the form of a qilin, goose and phoenix on a lily pad. Length 3.25”. 200/300

728.

TWO CHINESE CARVED JADE PENDANTS 20th Century Both with figural decoration on one face, and a floral design on the other. Both 2” x 1.25”. 100/300

741.

CHINESE CARVED BLACK NEPHRITE SUTRA PENDANT Guanyin at upper left, and calligraphy on both sides. 2.5” x 2”. 200/300

729.

WHITE JADE PENDANT 2.125” x 1.5”.

100/300

742.

730.

CARVED BROWN AND WHITE JADE SEAL 19th Century In the form of a qilin. Four-character seal cut in base. Height 2.25”. Length 3”. 300/500

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE PENDANT Rectangular, depicting boys beating drums on one face and calligraphy on the other. 2.25” x 1.5”. 200/300

743.

FIVE SMALL CHINESE JADE CARVINGS Four light celadon, white or gray jade figural fingering pieces, lengths from 1” to 1.5”, and a light celadon jade cylindrical pendant with russet skin tones, length 2.75”. 200/250

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE SUTRA PENDANT Guanyin at upper left, and calligraphy on both faces. 2.25” x 1.5”. 200/300

744.

CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE PENDANT Depicts a warrior with a spear on one face and calligraphy on the other. 2” x 1.5”. 200/300

745.

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE PLAQUE Rectangular, depicting a seated scholar under a willow on one face and calligraphy on the other. 2.75” x 1.25”. 200/300

746.

CHINESE GRAY AND BROWN JADE SEAL China, 20th Century In the form of a qilin resting on a rectangular platform. Base cut with four characters. Height 3.25”. 300/500

CHINESE MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND SILVER LADY’S BELT Early 20th Century Fifteen mother-of-pearl discs with overlaid silver characters. Discs connected by silver metal links and two coin-form silver metal clasps. Clasp marked. Length 24”. 200/250

723.

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE BELT HOOK In qilin form. Length 2.5”. 200/300

724.

THREE CHINESE JADE THUMB RINGS 1) Mottled gray jade. Height 1.25”. Interior diameter 1.25”. 2) White jade. Height 1.25”. Interior diameter 1.25”. 3) White and russet jade. Height 1”. Interior diameter 1”. 300/400

725.

731.

732.

CHINESE CARVED GRAY JADE PLAQUE Rectangular, with openwork fruit and vine. Set into a wood wrist rest with ruyi-scrolled ends. Plaque 2.5” x 3.5”. Rest height 1.25”. Length 6.25”. 250/350

733.

CHINESE CARVED WHITE AND GRAY JADE PENDANT Rectangular, depicting a carp on one face, and a four-character seal on the other. Both sides with surrounding openwork boy, qilin and ruyi. 2.5” x 1.75”. 200/300

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747.

FOUR SMALL WHITE AND CELADON GREEN JADE AND JADEITE OBJECTS 1) Double fish-form pendant. Length 2.5”. 2-3) Two carved plaques, both with landscape and figural decoration. Lengths 3”. 4) Wine cup with qilong-form handle. Length 3.5”. 250/350

748.

SEVEN PIECES OF JADE Includes a carved goose, three carved pendants, a bangle bracelet, a horse and lamp finial. Lengths from approx. 2.5” to 3”. 200/500

749.

THREE CELADON JADE THUMB RINGS 1) Carved raised dragon decoration. Height 1.25”. 2) Incised gilt insect and flower decoration. Height 1.25”. 3) Gray inclusions. Height 1”. 200/300

760.

CHINESE MOTTLED CELADON JADEITE CARVING OF A MANDARIN DUCK With a lotus stem in its beak. Mottled spinach green jade with russet skin tones. Height 3.5”. Length 5”. On a wood stand. 350/450

761.

CHINESE CELADON GREEN JADEITE CARVING OF A MANDARIN DUCK With a lotus stem in its beak. Height 3”. Length 4”. 300/350

762.

CHINESE CALCIFIED JADE PLAQUE Openwork dragon design. Height 4.25”. Width 3”.

763.

CHINESE MOTTLED BLUE-GREEN HARDSTONE CARVING OF A SEATED BUDDHA Height 3”. Length 4”. 200/300

764.

CHINESE CARVED TIANHUANG STONE PEBBLE Obverse depicts Buddha and two deities, with calligraphy at left. Reverse depicts a pavilion in a mountain and river landscape. Height 2.25”. Length 2”. 200/300

765.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE CARVING OF A BUDDHA’S HAND FRUIT Length 3.5”. 250/350

766.

CHINESE CARVED SPINACH GREEN JADE PLAQUE In the form of an ax head, depicting a dragon turtle (bixi) on lotus flowers over a brown openwork ground. Length 4.5”. Width 2.25”. 250/350

100/300

750.

THREE CHINESE CARVED JADE SEALS 1) Light celadon with recumbent qilin. Base cut. Height 2”. 2) Mottled green with seated qilin. Base cut. Height 2”. 3) Green with mandarin duck. Base cut. Height 1.5”. 200/300

751.

CHINESE PALE CELADON JADE PLAQUE Raised decoration of a warrior drinking tea on one face and incised bamboo and calligraphy on the other. Length 3”. 200/300

752.

TWO CHINESE CELADON JADE ANIMAL CARVINGS A recumbent dog, length 1.5”, and a fox touching his tail, length 2”. 300/400

753.

TWO CHINESE CELADON JADE CARVINGS OF RECUMBENT QILONG Lengths 2”. 300/400

767.

CHINESE MUTTONFAT JADE CARVING OF A RECUMBENT HORSE Height 3.25”. Length 3.25”. 250/350

754.

CHINESE CELADON JADE CARVING OF A QILONG Recumbent, and licking its tail. Height 1.5”. Length 2”. 200/300

768.

CHINESE ROCK CRYSTAL CARVING OF GANESHA Height 3”. 200/250

755.

APPROX. TWENTY SMALL GREEN JADE OBJECTS Includes rings, pendants, toggles, a bracelet, etc. Lengths from .5” to 3.5”. 200/300

769.

CHINESE LIGHT CELADON JADE CARVING In mountain form, depicting a maiden in a landscape. Some russet skin tones. Height 3.5”. On a wood stand. 300/500

756.

CHINESE TIANHUANG CARVING OF A FU LION With two attendants attempting to climb it. Height 2.5”. Length 3”. 400/600

770.

757.

CHINESE LIGHT GREEN CELADON JADE CARVING OF A MONKEY AND PEACHES Height 2.5”. 200/250

TWO CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON/GRAY JADE FIGURE GROUPS A boy playing with a cat, height 2”, and a boy riding an elephant, height 1.5”. Both with some russet skin tones. 250/350

771.

CHINESE CARVED LIGHT CELADON JADE FIGURE GROUP A recumbent fu lion and pup with brocade ball and ruyi vine. Height 2”. Length 4”. On a wood stand. 300/500

772.

CHINESE CARVED WHITE JADE FIGURE GROUP Two geese sharing a ruyi vine. Length 3”. 300/500

758.

759.

CHINESE CARVED WHITE JADE VASE In the form of a tree stump, with raised pine, prunus and bamboo stems about the sides. Height 4.5”. 400/600 CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE VASE In the form of an open flower blossom, with bamboo and prunus design about the sides. Height 3.75”. 400/600

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773.

CHINESE CARVED MUTTONFAT JADE COUPE In the form of a furled lotus leaf, with a carp resting on a lotus stem base. Height 2”. Length 5”. 600/800

784.

CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE WRITER’S COUPE In double gourd form, with a monkey and gourds about the rim. Length 5”. 400/600

774.

CHINESE CARVED SMOKEY QUARTZ FIGURE OF BUDDHA 20th Century In seated position. Height 7”. 200/300

785.

CHINESE MOTTLED SOAPSTONE MOUNTAIN In spearhead form. One side with raised figural landscape carving utilizing the pale flesh of the stone. Other side with carving of a temple. Height 6”. 200/300

775.

CHINESE CARVED MOTTLED CELADON GREEN HARDSTONE KORO 20th Century In ovoid form, with mask and ring handles, and three claw-form feet. Top with three acanthus leaf and ring handles and qilin knop. Height 6”. Length 6”. 200/300

776.

777.

778.

779.

780.

786.

CHINESE CHICKENBONE JADE RUYI SCEPTER 19th Century Inset with openwork cabochons. Length 13”. 300/400

787.

THIRTEEN SOAPSTONE SEALS AND ONE WOODEN SEAL Four mounted with carved figures. Bases uncut. Heights from .5” to 4”. 150/180

788.

SET OF ELEVEN SOAPSTONE SEALS Late 19th Century Most likely representing the animals of the zodiac, one missing. Each cylindrical, mounted with a carved animal and incised with a mountainous landscape. Heights 3.25”. 100/150

789.

PAIR OF CELADON GREEN JADEITE CARVINGS OF MANDARIN DUCKS 20th Century Both holding a lotus stem in its mouth. Lengths 4”. With wood stands and a fitted case. 600/800

FOUR CHINESE SOAPSTONE VASES 20th Century Includes one double vase. All with raised openwork flowers. Heights from 5” to 8.5”. 350/450

790.

TWO CHINESE SOAPSTONE MOUNTAINS 20th Century One with raised openwork grapevine, and the other with a mountain village. Lengths 6”. 200/300

TWO CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE FIGURES 20th Century Standing on a rockery base, holding a fan and staff. Heights 8” and 8.5”. 200/300

791.

CHINESE SPINACH AND EGG GLAZE POTTERY FIGURE OF A RECLINING BOAR Tang Dynasty Length 4.5”. 200/400

TWO JADE CARVINGS 1) Chicken bone jade mountain carved with a pavilion and figures in a landscape. Calligraphic inscription on one face. Height 5”. Length 5”. On a wood stand. 2) Small mottled jade reclining dog. Length 3.25”. On a wood stand. 300/400 CHINESE TRANSLUCENT SPINACH GREEN JADE BOWL 19th Century In bell shape, with a slightly raised foot. Height 3”. Diameter 6.25”. 700/900

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED HORN FIGURES OF GUANYIN Late 19th Century Both in flowing robes. One holds a flywhisk and the other holds a scepter. Heights 7.75” and 8”. 300/500

781.

CHINESE DREAMSTONE Suggesting the tops of a mountain range in clouds. Signed and seal marked upper left. 8” x 18”. Framed. 200/300

782.

783.

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Provenance: A Florida Collection.

Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection. 792.

THREE CHINESE SANCAI GLAZED POTTERY TOMB FIGURES Tang Dynasty Three female attendants. Heights from 9” to 10”. 300/400

CHINESE FLUORITE CRYSTAL CARVING OF GUANYIN Standing in her robes and holding a fly whisk. Height 13”. Mounted as a table lamp on a wood base. 200/250

793.

CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE COVERED VASE 18th Century In temple jar form, with mask and loose ring handles. Domed cover with an open lotus blossom knop. Separate circular fourfooted base. Height 6.5”. 400/600

CHINESE FAHUA SANCAI PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In rouleau form, with decoration of crane and lotus. Height 13”. Mounted as a table lamp with wood base. 300/500

794.

CHINESE TANG-STYLE SANCAI POTTERY FIGURE 20th Century Standing and holding a lotus blossom. Height 20”. 200/300

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795.

CHINESE TANG-STYLE SANCAI GLAZED POTTERY FIGURE OF A HORSE Standing on a rectangular base. Height 10”. Length 11”. Depth 3.5”. 300/400

796.

CHINESE JUNWARE POTTERY VASE Early 20th Century In ovoid form, with strap handles. Brown splashes on a black ground. Collector’s label on base. Height 5.5”. Diameter 4”. 300/400

797.

CHINESE CHESTNUT GLAZE POTTERY FIGURE OF A RECLINING BOAR Tang Dynasty Length 4.1”. 200/400 Provenance: The Symmes / Shiro Kuma Collection.

798.

CHINESE SONG-STYLE BLACK GLAZE TEMMOKU PORCELAIN TEA BOWL Height 1.75”. Diameter 3.75”. 200/300

799.

CHINESE CIZHOU PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE 20th Century Decoration of brown glaze vines on a white ground. Height 11”. 200/300

800.

CHINESE CIZHOU PORCELAIN CADOGAN 18th Century In peach form, with decoration of brown flowers on a cream slip glaze. Height 4”. 300/500

801.

802.

803.

CHINESE CIZHOU POTTERY BOTTLE VASE 19th Century Body with decoration of a horse in a landscape. Banding at neck. Height 12”. 400/600

804.

CHINESE POTTERY WELLHEAD Possibly Han Dynasty Rectangular, with impressed square and circular mon decoration. Missing support rods and roof. Height 4.5”. Length 7”. Width 10”. 250/350

805.

PERSIAN POTTERY VASE 19th Century In rouleau form, with animal-form handles. Brown glaze bird and foliate decoration on an iridescent creamware ground. Height 13.75”. 400/600 Provenance: Private Cape Cod Collection.

806.

TURKISH CERAMIC TILE Early 20th Century Cobalt blue calligraphy and floral decoration. 5.5” x 7.75”. 150/250

807.

SIX PIECES OF KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN 20th Century 1) Double gourd-form ewer with rope-twist handle and crane decoration. Height 10.5”. 2-5) Four bottle vases with bird decoration. Heights 6”, 10.5” and 11.5”. 6) Double gourd-form vase with flower decoration and an old gold lacquer repair to mouth. Height 8”. 300/500

808.

KOREAN CELADON BOWL Koryo Dynasty Carved floral design. Diameter 7.1”.

809.

100/200

KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE 20th Century Flowering tree branch decoration. Signed on base. Height 9”. 100/150

810. FOUR KOREAN CELADON PORCELAIN VASES CHINESE CIZHOU BOWL 20th Century Yuan Dynasty, 13th Century 1) In gourd form, with floral decoration. Height 12”. In conical form, with a slightly inverted rim. Brown/green glaze 2) In meiping form, with ribbed decoration. Height 8.5”. with russet splashes. Height 3.25”. Diameter 7.25”. 3) Bottle vase with crackled glaze. Height 10.5”. 1,200/1,600 4) Bottle vase with matte glaze. Height 10”. 200/400 Provenance: R. & G. McPherson, London, 2010.

811.

CHINESE EARTHENWARE COVERED DING Han Dynasty Cover with three applied loop handles. Base with two loop handles, incised seven-character inscription at shoulder, and a tripod base. Accompanied by a French certificate of export. Height 6”. Diameter 6.75”. 800/1,000

SIX CHINESE AND KOREAN PORCELAIN WATER DROPPERS 20th Century Two in the form of carp. Remainder in the form of a frog, puzzle ball, bamboo, and a frog on a leaf. Lengths from 2.5” to 4.5”. 200/250

812.

KOREAN PORCELAIN WATER DROPPER 19th Century Square, with landscape decoration on top. Height 1.75”. Length 2.5”. 150/250

Provenance: Christie’s, Paris, The Georges Halphen Collection, November 20, 2003, Lot #454 .

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813.

814.

CHINESE GUAN-TYPE CRACKLE GLAZE CELADON PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In pear shape, with molded mask-form handles. Height 7.5”. 700/900 PAIR OF CHINESE FLAMBÉ POTTERY FU DOGS 19th Century Seated on rectangular bases. Blue-green glaze over cream slip. Heights 10”. Lengths 4”. 400/600

815.

TWO CHINESE JUNYAO PORCELAIN BOWLS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Heights 1.5” and 2.5”. Diameters 3.5”. 150/250

816.

FOUR CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASES 19th-20th Centuries In baluster form. Two marked on base. One mounted on a wooden base. Heights from 10” to 17”. 300/400

817.

818.

CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century Height 2.75”. Diameter 4”. CHINESE CELADON STONEWARE DISH 17th/18th Century Floriform, with incised central design. Diameter 5”.

825.

SEVEN CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN VASES Two in teardrop form and five in bottle form. Heights 3”, 5”, 8.5” and 10”. 250/300

826.

PAIR OF CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASES Late 19th Century One marked on base. Heights 8”. 200/250

827.

CHINESE CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In seed form, with overlaid brown glaze tree decoration. Marked on base. Height 8”. 100/150

828.

TWO CHINESE JUNYAO POTTERY BOTTLE VASES 19th-20th Centuries Heights 7.25” and 9.5”. 200/300

829.

CHINESE CELADON GLAZE POTTERY SHALLOW BOWL Late 19th/Early 20th Century Pinched ruffled edge. Cracked ice glaze. Height 3.5”. Diameter 10”. 200/300

830.

CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN BOWL Early 20th Century In conical form. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 2.25”. Diameter 5”. 200/250

831.

CHINESE WHITE CRACKLEWARE KIDNEY-FORM JARDINIÈRE 20th Century Together with a scholar’s stone. Jardinière height 5”. Length 11”. Stone height 7”. 200/250

150/250

100/200

819.

CHINESE WHITE CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN JAR 19th Century In seed form, with wooden cover. Height 10”. Mounted as a table lamp. 200/300

820.

CHINESE TORTOISESHELL GLAZE STONEWARE BOWL Late 19th Century In conical form. Height 2.25”. Diameter 6.25”. 100/150

832.

821.

PAIR OF CHINESE CELADON GUAN WARE PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD VASES AND A CENSER 20th Century Censer in ovoid form with tripod base. Vase heights 8”. Censer height 3”. Diameter 4”. 200/300

CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN JAR Late 19th/Early 20th Century Ovoid, with incised scrolling lotus decoration. Height 9”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

833.

PAIR OF CHINESE CORAL RED-ON-WHITE PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS 19th Century Dragon rondel design. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Diameters 3.25”. 200/500

834.

CHINESE TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN BRUSH WASHER Late 19th/Early 20th Century Lobed body with shaped edge and four feet. Height 2”. Diameter 7”. 200/250

TWO PIECES OF CHINESE CREAM GLAZE POTTERY 19th/20th Century A covered box, diameter 4”, and a vase with applied loop handles at shoulders, height 5.25”. 150/250

835.

CHINESE CLAIR DE LUNE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form, with mock ring handles. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 8.5”. 200/250

CHINESE PEACHBLOOM PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE 20th Century Height 17”. 300/400

836.

CHINESE MIRROR BLACK PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th Century In elongated meiping form. Height 12.5”.

822.

823.

824.

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NEAR-PAIR OF CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN VASES Early 20th Century In ovoid form. Four-character Kangxi mark on bases. Heights 4”. 200/250

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200/300


837.

838.

SIX PIECES OF CHINESE TURQUOISE GLAZE PORCELAIN Late 19th Century Two octagonal bowls with underglaze shou and peony decoration, and four matching saucers. Four-character Daoguang mark on bases. Bowl heights 3”. Diameters 6.5”. Saucer diameters 5.5”. 200/250 LARGE CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE 20th Century Four-character Chenghua mark on base. Height 23”. Diameter of top 4.25”. 600/800

839.

CHINESE FLAMBÉ PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with ram’s-head handles. Height 6”. Diameter of top 4”. 250/350

840.

CHINESE PEACHBLOOM PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE 20th Century Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 8”. 300/500

849.

CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In globular form, with animal-form handles on a short cylindrical neck. Partial collector’s label on base. Height 5.5”. 300/500

850.

CHINESE BROWN GLAZE POTTERY VASE Late 19th Century In pear shape. Hare’s-fur decoration to neck. Slightly raised unglazed foot. Old label on neck. Height 11.5”. 400/600

851.

CHINESE CELADON PORCELAIN CHARGER 19th Century Incised lotus design. Height 2”. Diameter 14.75”.

400/600

Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection. 852.

CHINESE GUAN WARE CELADON PORCELAIN DISH Height 1.25”. Diameter 7”. 200/300

853.

TWO CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES 20th Century 1) Guan ware white crackleware glazed porcelain bottle vase. Height 6.5”. 2) Flambé mallet vase. Height 6”. 350/450

854.

SIX SMALL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OBJECTS Late 19th/Early 20th Century 1) Rectangular seal with landscape decoration. Height 4”. 2) Ovoid censer with dragon and fiery pearl decoration. Length 3”. 3-4) Pair of stemmed wine cups with landscape decoration and calligraphy. Height 2.75”. 5) Miniature bottle vase. Height 3”. 6) Miniature covered ginger jar. Height 2.5”. 200/250

841.

CHINESE JUNYAO STONEWARE VASE In baluster form, with a tulip-form mouth, snake and mask handles, and an open foot. Height 16.7”. 500/700

842.

CHINESE GUAN WARE FLORIFORM BOWL Five spur marks on base. Diameter 7.3”.

843.

CHINESE JUNYAO CERAMIC CENSER In banded cylinder form, with three feet. Diameter 5.4”. 500/700

844.

CHINESE CARVED WHITEWARE SHALLOW BOWL Relief dragon and pearl carving. Diameter 13”. 250/350

845.

CHINESE GUAN WARE CELADON PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In seed form. Later added gilt overlay decoration of birds and peonies. Label on base for Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques. Height 13”. 400/600

855.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SEAL PASTE BOX Late 19th/Early 20th Century Decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing a fiery pearl. Sixcharacter Kangxi mark on base. Diameter 3.5”. 200/250

846.

CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF PORCELAIN HU-FORM VASE Early 20th Century Lug handles at sides. Height 10.5”. 300/500

856.

847.

CHINESE WHITEWARE PORCELAIN VASE Mid-19th Century In rouleau form, with relief decoration of a mountainous lakeside village landscape. Potter’s mark for Wang Bing Rong Zho on base. Height 8.25”. 200/300

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Late 19th Century Decoration of two dragons chasing a fiery pearl. Four-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 9.25”. 200/250

857.

CHINESE UNDERGLAZE BLUE, RED AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing a fiery pearl. Six-character Xuande mark on base. Height 8”. 200/250

858.

CHINESE MIRROR BLACK PORCELAIN VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century In double gourd form. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 9.5”. 250/350

400/600

Provenance: A Florida Collection. 848.

CHINESE LAVENDER SPLASH POTTERY VASE 20th Century In waisted form, with a squat base. Height 9”. Diameter 4”. 200/250

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859.

CHINESE MING-STYLE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN KENDI Body with alternating floral panels. Neck with acanthus leaf lappets. Height 8”. 200/250

868.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE Kangxi Period Central fu lion decoration surrounded by a floral and fish scale inner border and a floral outer border. Diameter 9.5”. 250/350

860.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE Late 19th Century Traditional landscape decoration. Diameter 11.5”. 100/150

869.

CHINESE YELLOW GLAZE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE 20th Century Incised lotus and vine design. Height 13”. 250/350

861.

FOUR PAIRS OF CHINESE PORCELAIN WINE CUPS Late 19th Century 1) Near-pair of blue and white cups with paneled figural and floral decoration. Heights 2”. 2) Footed red, green and white cups with bamboo and floral decoration. Heights 2”. 3) Footed cups with sancai glazed floral decoration. Heights 2.5”. 4) Blue and white cups with leaf-like decoration. Heights 1.5”. 200/250

870.

CHINESE UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SQUARE BOWL Early 19th Century Gilt clobbered decoration. Powder blue interior and base. Height 3.5”. Length 6”. 100/150

871.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 3.25”. Diameter 4.75”. 300/500

872.

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN THREE-PIECE CENSER 20th Century In domed form, the base on three ball feet. Top two pieces with openwork decoration. Other piece with alternating qilin and fretwork decoration. Knop with dragon. Six-character Kangxi mark on rim of base. Height 10”. Diameter 9.5”. 200/300

873.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In shaped hexagonal ovoid form, with five-clawed dragon and lotus decoration. Height 7”. 100/200

874.

Provenance: Brimfield Antiques, Brimfield, Massachusetts. Includes the original 1975 sales receipt. A Central Massachusetts Estate.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In double gourd form, with phoenix and flower decoration. Four-character mark on base. Height 6”. 300/400

875.

CHINESE BLUE-ON-CELADON PORCELAIN GINGER JAR Late 19th/Early 20th Century Decoration of figures in various pursuits in a courtyard. Height 10”. Mounted as table lamp. 200/300

CHINESE UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR Early 20th Century In ovoid form, with phoenix decoration on a cloud-filled ground and a double ring at base. No cover. Height 5.5”. 300/400

876.

CHINESE RED AND GREEN PORCELAIN FOOTED BOWL 20th Century Decoration of four alternating dragon rondels about the exterior. Four-character Changhua mark on base. Height 3.5”. Diameter 7”. 250/350

877.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH Late 19th/Early 20th Century Central decoration of a fu dog in a landscape, surrounded by a border of trees. Stylized ingot and brush mark on base. Diameter 8.25”. 200/300

878.

CHINESE WUCAI PORCELAIN COVERED GINGER JAR 20th Century Decoration of floral rondels and lotus vines against a white ground. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 5”. 200/300

862.

CHINESE YELLOW GLAZE PORCELAIN BOWL Early 20th Century In bell form. Height 3.25”. Diameter 6”. 200/250

863.

PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SALTS Early 19th Century Squared plinth form. Decoration of vase and landscape cartouches. Heights 2”. Tops 3” x 3”. 200/250

864.

CHINESE UNDERGLAZE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE 19th Century In meiping form. Short neck with peach design. Body with decoration of a four-clawed dragon in a floral landscape. Height 12”. Mounted as a table lamp. 250/350

865.

866.

867.

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FOUR CHINESE CERAMIC BOWLS 1) Ming pottery bowl with blue banding. Diameter 4.75”. 2) 18th Century blue and white porcelain wine cup with decoration of deer in a landscape. Diameter 3”. 3) Western Han Dynasty green glaze pottery cup. Diameter 3.5”. 4) 18th/19th Century blue glaze porcelain miniature jar. Diameter 2.5”. 150/250 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE AND GILT PORCELAIN PLATE Mid-18th Century Central decoration of a mountain village landscape surrounded by a gilt floral inner border and scrolled outer border. Diameter 8.75”. 350/500

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879.

CHINESE BLUE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE Early 20th Century Two raised floral swags at shoulder. Height 7.5”.

CHINESE IRON RED, BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISH 20th Century Central decoration of a five-clawed dragon chasing a fiery pearl on a wave-filled ground, surrounded by clouds and four additional dragons. Six-character Yongzheng mark on base. Height 1.75”. Diameter 9”. 400/600

881.

CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TEAPOT Republic Period In drum form, no handle. Body and cover with allover calligraphy decoration. Marked on base. Height 4.25”. Length 6”. 200/300

883.

884.

885.

886.

887.

CHINESE JUNYAO PORCELAIN DISH 20th Century With a ruffled edge and slightly raised foot. Diameter 8”. 300/500

889.

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE Early 20th Century In ovoid form, with decoration of figures in various pursuits within a courtyard landscape. Double ring at base. Height 12”. Mouth diameter 6”. 400/600

890.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FIGURE OF LIU HAI Playing with a three-legged frog and a string of cash. Height 18.4”. 500/700

891.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE “THOUSAND FLOWER” BOTTLE VASE Late 19th/Early 20th Century With slightly flared mouth and two serpent-form handles at neck. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Height 15”. 400/600

892.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED GINGER JAR Late 19th Century Rose spray and swag decoration with gilt highlights. Height 9”. Mounted as a table lamp with wood base. 300/500

893.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE SGRAFFITO PORCELAIN PLATE Late 19th Century Central decoration of two dragons chasing a fiery pearl. Marked within a diamond on base. Diameter 7”. 250/350

894.

SIX CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PLAQUES 19th Century In hexagonal, peach, rectangular and fan forms. Each depict a lady in a landscape. Lengths from 3” to 4”. Backed. 200/300

895.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BUDDHA Early to Mid-20th Century Seated and holding prayer beads. Height 12”. Length 10”. Depth 8”. 250/350

896.

TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JARS Early 20th Century Both in ovoid form. One with two figural cartouches on a lotus and vine-filled ground. The other a covered jar with decoration of figures in various pursuits within a courtyard. Heights 6” and 9.5”. 250/350

897.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE 19th Century Decoration of Chinese objects and auspicious symbols. Six-character Kangxi mark on base. Height 6.5”. 250/350

300/400

880.

882.

888.

TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FOOTED DISHES Late 19th Century Both marked on wave-form bases. 1) Hexagonal, with decoration of birds, peonies and rockery. Height 2”. Length 8”. 2) Floriform, with decoration of eight cranes on a cloud against a floral and peach ground. Height 2.25”. Length 9”. 250/350 FOUR PIECES OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN 19th/20th Century 1) Covered tea jar with floral and shou motif. Height 5.5”. 2) Vase with floral and vine design. Four-character mark on base. Height 5”. 3) Dish with floral and banded design. Height 2”. 4) Teapot in squat ovoid form, with double metal bail handle and cloud decoration. Height 4”. 300/500 EIGHT PIECES OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN 20th Century Four floriform bowls, diameters 6.25”, two plates, diameters 8”, and two dishes, diameters 5.5” and 7”, each with assorted floral designs. 300/400 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CYLINDRICAL COVERED JAR Late 19th Century Butterfly and foliate decoration on a blue ground. Wood cover. Height 10.5”. Diameter 4”. 300/400 ELEVEN PIECES OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE RICE PORCELAIN Early 20th Century A ball-form teapot, height 6”, a drum-form teapot, height 5.5”, and nine rice bowls, diameters 4.75”. Many with six-character Kangxi mark on bases. 250/350 CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATE 19th Century Floral and screen decoration. Diameter 12”. 300/500

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898.

TWO CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN DISHES Early 20th Century 1) Dish with enameled flower and vine decoration. Diameter 6”. With a wood stand. 2) Birthday plate with three dragon rondels on a famille jaune ground. Six-character mark on base. Diameter 10”. 300/400

899.

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In ovoid form, with processional decoration about the body, and a floral and brocade banded shoulder. Height 12”. Diameter 9”. Mounted as a table lamp with a wooden base and a 3” opencarved white jade finial. Total height 30”. 200/400

900.

CHINESE PORCELAIN TILE PAINTING Late 19th Century Depicts two figures outside a house. 15.5” x 10” sight. Framed 22” x 16”. 400/600

901.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN COVERED SOUP BOWL Early 20th Century Exterior with famille rose fu dog decoration on a salmon red lotus-filled ground. Interior with blue and white sun design with diapered borders. Height 2.5”. Diameter 5”. 200/250

902.

903.

904.

905.

906.

120

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CRICKET CAGE 19th Century In leaf form, with decoration of figures in various pursuits within a landscape. Cover with flowers and two openwork coins. Height 2”. Length 5”. 200/250 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLATE First Half of the 18th Century Pheasants in a peony and rockery landscape, surrounded by an alternating pink, green and blue diapered border. Diameter 8.75”. 200/400 CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Early 20th Century In drum form, with flared rim and decoration of tree peony about the body. Drainage hole. Height 9”. Diameter 15”. 300/500 SET OF FOUR CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN COVERED BOWLS WITH UNDERTRAYS 20th Century Decorated with lotus blossoms and longevity symbols on a scrolling vine-filled ground with a multicolored key-fret border. Marked on bases. Undertray diameters 5.75”. Bowl diameters 5”. 250/350 CHINESE DOUCAI PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century Exterior with six enameled flower sprays encompassed by a flower scroll, below a yellow and blue lappet rim. Interior with matching flower spray encircled by a band of florets and petals. Six-character Daoguang mark on base. Height 3”. Diameter 6”. 400/600

907.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN COVERED GINGER JAR 20th Century Enameled decoration of butterflies and peonies on a yellow ground, with an elaborate lappet border at neck. Height 10”. Mounted as a table lamp with a chased silver metal base. Total height 15”. 400/600

908.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL 20th Century In ovoid form. Decoration of four dragon and fiery pearl rondels on a white ground. Elaborately enameled floral lappet border at rim. Six-character Qianlong mark on base. Mouth diameter 6”. With wood stand. Height 4”. 300/500

909.

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN COVERED JAR Late 19th Century In baluster form, with mask and ring handles at shoulder. Domed cover with gilt fu dog knop. Alternating figural and floral decoration. Height 22”. 500/700

910.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A PHOENIX 20th Century Standing on an openwork rockery base. Finely molded and painted details. Height 23”. 400/600

911.

CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN TEAPOT Late 18th Century In ball form. Cover with a flower-decorated knop. Decoration of lotus and chrysanthemums on a vine-filled black ground. Label on base for Marchant, London. Height 5”. Length 7”. 300/500

912.

PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BIRTHDAY PLATES Late 19th/Early 20th Century Central shou decoration surrounded by four rondels of characters further surrounded by clouds and Buddhistic symbols. Three floral sprays and a six-character Guangxu mark on base. Diameters 7.5”. 250/350

913.

CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century Octagonal, with dragon decoration. Height 18”.

150/300

914.

CHINESE IMARI AND CAFÉ-AU-LAIT PORCELAIN BOWL Early 19th Century Interior with flower garden design. Exterior with café-au-lait glaze. Diameter 5.7”. 250/350

915.

CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN VASE 20th Century In rouleau form, with decoration of figures and cranes in a pine tree and rockery landscape. Height 24”. 200/300

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916.

917.

918.

TWO PIECES OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Both with six-character mark on bases. 1) Leaf-form footed dish with interior decoration of ducks, fish and lotus. Height 2.5”. Length 9.25”. 2) Bowl with interior and exterior decoration of boys playing against a turquoise ground. Height 4.25”. Diameter 7”. 400/600 CHINESE CABBAGE LEAF PORCELAIN BOWL Late 19th Century In bell form. Interior with central fruit and bat rondel decoration. Six-character Daoguang mark on base. Height 4.5”. Diameter 6.5”. 400/600 TWO CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN TRAYS 1) Octagonal, with carp, crab, crayfish and seagrass decoration and a floral border. Length 10”. 2) Hexagonal, with famille rose decoration of flowers, jardinières and other Chinese objects, and a lotus and vine border. Six-character Jiaqing mark on base. Length 6”. 500/700

924.

FOUR STONE AND COMPOSITE GARDEN ORNAMENTS Three standing primitive figures, heights 7”, 10” and 12”, and a crouching animal, height 6”. 200/300 Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection.

925.

CHINESE CARVED STONE GARDEN SCULPTURE In the form of a recumbent lion-like animal. Height 8”. Length 12”. 200/300

926.

CHINESE COMPOSITION FU DOG-FORM ROOF TILE Late 19th Century Height 13.5”. Length 8.5”. 200/300

927.

PAIR OF CHINESE HANGING LANTERNS Late 19th/Early 20th Century Hexagonal, with carved wooden frames, possibly hongmu, and reverse-painted glass panels with figural and foliate designs. Heights 33.5”. Widths 26.75”. 500/800

928.

CHINESE GREEN-TO-WHITE OVERLAY PEKING GLASS MEIPING VASE 19th Century Phoenix and lotus landscape decoration. Height 9”. Mounted as a table lamp. 150/250

919.

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN COVERED JAR 19th Century In ovoid form, with domed cover and decoration of phoenix in a peony tree landscape. Height 9.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 26”. 300/500

920.

CHINESE DOUCAI PORCELAIN BOWL 929. CHINESE PIGSKIN-COVERED LIFT-TOP BOX 19th Century 20th Century In square form, with lotus cartouches about the sides and central Allover gilt and black-highlighted decoration of songbirds on blue and white dragon and cloud decoration. Six-character branches against a red ground. Brass lock inside. Height 8”. Chengua mark on base. Height 3.25”. Top 11” x 11”. Width 20”. Depth 10”. 200/300 400/600 Provenance: A Newport, Rhode Island Collection.

Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection. 921.

PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE RETICULATED PORCELAIN VASES Late 19th/Early 20th Century In hexagonal rouleau form. Neck with figural landscape decoration. Body with figural cartouches on each openwork panel. Double ring on base. Drilled. Heights 9.25”. 700/900

922.

CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN VASE In rouleau form, with decoration of a hunt scene. Height 19”. 500/1,000

923.

CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN 19th Century Standing with a lotus stem. Figure height 17.5”. Mounted as a table lamp. Total height 31”. 300/500

930.

CHINESE ROSEWOOD-CASED MAH JONG SET Early 20th Century Brass-mounted case with brass handles. Front panel decorated with two Chinese characters. Panel slides up to reveal two drawers containing tiles and sticks. Height 6”. 200/300

931.

CHINESE MIXED MEDIA DIORAMA Late 19th/Early 20th Century Intricately open-carved balsa figural court scene set against a watercolor harbor scene with boats in the foreground and a mountain in the distance. Watercolor on paper, 5.25” x 12”. Framed 12” x 18”. 150/250

932.

CHINESE ROSEWOOD BARREL-FORM STOOL Early 20th Century With openwork oval windows. Height 14”. Diameter of top 11”. 200/300

933.

CHINESE WOVEN RATTAN RICE GATHERING BASKET Early 20th Century Three overlapping bentwood handles. Signed on handle. Height 23.5”. Diameter 15.5”. 200/250

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934.

CASED CHINESE INKSTONE Late 19th Century Raised qilin decoration. Rosewood case. Case height .5”. Length 7”. Width 5”. 200/300

935.

INDO-PERSIAN WOOD, LEATHER AND METAL POWDER FLASK 19th Century Wood flask covered in leather, with metal nozzle and collar. Circular medallions nailed about the body. Height 7”. Width 7.5”. 200/400

936.

TIBETAN CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF BUDDHA 20th Century Seated on a lotus base. Separate wood base. Buddha height 7”. 200/300

937.

BALINESE CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF A DANCER AND SWAN 20th Century Height 16”. 200/250

944.

PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASES 20th Century In squat ovoid form, with slightly flared gilt necks and mouths, and decoration of colorful flowers and lappets on a turquoise ground. Heights 12.5”. 200/300

945.

CHINESE CARVED BOXWOOD BRUSH POT 20th Century Raised carving of two scholars in a grotto. Signed. Height 4.5”. 300/500

946.

CHINESE ZITAN BRUSH POT 19th Century Cylindrical, with an inlaid agate bead. Height 4.75”. 400/600

947.

TWO CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD OBJECTS Early 20th Century 1) Covered box on stand. Height 3”. Length 5”. Width 4”. 2) Carved stand. Height 3”. Top 6.5” x 4.5”. 400/600

948.

PAIR OF CHINESE ROSEWOOD CURIO SHELVES 20th Century Circular, with openwork fretwork, tiered shelves and rectangular bases. Heights 19”. Widths 13”. Depths 4.5”. 200/250

949.

CHINESE CARVED WOOD FISHING BOAT 20th Century With figures and animals aboard. Height 6”. Length 14”. 150/250

950.

CHINESE CARVED AND RAISED WOOD PANEL Late 19th Century Depicts three boars cavorting in a landscape. 9” x 18.5”. 200/300

951.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO JOSS STICK HOLDERS Early 20th Century Carved panels depict courtyards and landscapes. One holder missing base. Heights 11.5”. 100/300

952.

CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO VASE 20th Century In the form of a furled lotus leaf, with raised lotus stems and pods about the exterior. Collector’s label on base. Height 6”. Length 6”. 400/600

953.

CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO LOTUS POD 20th Century Inset with reticulated seeds. Length 4”.

Provenance: Private Cape Cod, Massachusetts Collection. 938.

CHINESE CARVED AND POLYCHROMED WOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN 19th Century Standing on a rockery base. Height 14”. 150/250

939.

BURMESE GILT AND RED DRY LACQUERED FIGURE OF BUDDHA Late 19th Century Wearing a mirrored headdress and seated in earth-touching position on a mirror-decorated base. Height 12”. 200/300

940.

TWO BURMESE CARVED WOOD CART PROWS 19th Century Both carved with mythical Naga guardian figures. Lengths approx. 30”. 200/300

941.

BURMESE LACQUER BETEL BOX (KUNIT) 20th Century Repeating gilt square and circular pattern against a rust red ground. Red lacquer interior. Height 6”. Diameter 8”. 200/300

942.

CHINESE CINNABAR VASE Early 20th Century In baluster form. Carved with mihrab-form figural landscape reserves. Elaborate lappets and floral reserves at neck and foot. Height 21”. Mounted as a table lamp. 300/400

943.

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CHINESE ENAMEL-OVER-SILVER METAL BOX First Half of the 20th Century In gourd form, with a stem-form knop. Decoration of green vines and leaves on a blue enamel ground. Height 4”. Length 4.5”. 200/300

200/300

954.

CHINESE CARVED FRUITWOOD RUYI SCEPTER 20th Century Carved from one piece of wood, with attached turtle-form stone toggle. Length 16”. 300/400

955.

CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO BUDDHA’S HAND FRUIT 20th Century Raised openwork leaves and stems. Length 10”. 400/600

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956.

CHINESE CARVED WOODEN WRITER’S COUPE Circa 1900 In the form of a folded lotus leaf, with relief-carved lotus blossoms and frog. Length 9”. 100/300

969.

CHINESE CARVED WOOD TEMPLE FIGURE 18th Century Seated in robes. Traces of gilding and polychroming. Height 13.5”. 250/350

957.

CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO INCENSE HOLDER Late 19th Century Incised decoration of a mountain village landscape. Height 7”. 300/400

970.

TWO CHINESE BRONZE SEALS/SCROLL WEIGHTS 19th Century One with a reclining water buffalo and herd boy, height 1.5” and length 1.5”, and the other with a fu dog, height 2” and length 1.5”. Both with cut bases. 200/300

958.

CHINESE CARVED BOXWOOD TREE FRAGMENT 20th Century Mounted on a wood base. Height 11”. 500/700

971.

959.

CHINESE OPEN-CARVED WOODEN PLAQUE ON STAND 19th Century Plaque carved with a floral design. Separate carved stand. Plaque diameter 5”. Height on stand 7”. 200/300

TWO CHINESE BRONZE SEALS Late 19th Century Both with caparisoned elephants. Seal-cut bases. Heights 2.25” and 2.5”. 150/200

972.

TWO SMALL CHINESE BRONZE ITEMS 1) Silvered bronze seal weight in the form of a boar climbing a hill. Side and base cut with calligraphy. Height 1”. 2) Figure riding a horse, most likely a knight chess piece. Height 3”. 200/300

973.

TWO CHINESE MINIATURE BRONZE VESSELS 19th Century 1) Censer with two animalistic handles, raised lotus decoration on body, and four legs. Height 2”. Length across handles 2”. 2) Squat ovoid ding with banded decoration and three legs. Height 1”. Diameter 2”. 300/500

974.

TWO CHINESE BRONZE MIRRORS 17th-19th Centuries One with raised animalistic decoration, diameter 3.5”, and one with raised dragon decoration, diameter 4”. 250/350

975.

TWO PAIRS OF CHINESE SEATED FU DOGS ON PLINTHS Late 19th/Early 20th Century One bronze pair, heights 6”, and one black hardstone pair, heights 6.25”. 200/250

976.

CHINESE BRONZE BUDDHA Republic Period Seated on a lotus base in earth-touching position. Collector’s labels on base. Height 11”. 6,000/8,000

977.

TIBETAN BRONZE FIGURE OF KUBERA (GOD OF WEALTH) Early 20th Century Seated on a double lotus base, the right hand holding a lotus and the left holding a rat. Height 4.5”. 300/400

978.

CHINESE MING-STYLE GILT BRONZE VAIROCANA BUDDHA Wearing flowing robes and a crown of seated deities. Seated in lotus position with hands in “Uttarabodhi” mudra of supreme enlightenment. Height 7”. 250/350

979.

SMALL CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA 18th/19th Century Seated in a lotus pose. Traces of gilding. Height 1.5”. 200/300

960.

APPROX. TWENTY ASSORTED CHINESE STANDS Circular and rectangular. Also includes a wooden cover for a jar. Lengths from 4” to 20”. 150/250

961.

APPROX. TWENTY-FIVE CHINESE STANDS Mostly wood. One metal. Lengths from 1.5” to 7.5”. 100/200

962.

THREE MATCHING HARDWOOD STANDS Rectangular, with scroll-form feet. Heights 2”. Lengths 14”. Depths 9”. 100/150

963.

APPROX. SIXTY-SIX CHINESE SMALL WOOD STANDS Meant for snuff bottles and other small objects. Heights approx. .5”. Diameters and lengths vary. 100/200

964.

APPROX. FIFTEEN CHINESE WOOD AND OTHER STANDS 19th-20th Centuries In various shapes and sizes. Diameters from 2” to 6”. 150/250

965.

NINE CHINESE WOOD STANDS Assorted shapes and sizes, including one that is a cross-section of wood. Lengths from 2” to 15”. 100/300

966.

NINE CHINESE CARVED WOOD STANDS Assorted shapes and sizes; includes one pair. Diameters from 3.5” to 6.5”. 100/300

967.

APPROX. THIRTY SMALL CHINESE WOOD AND OTHER STANDS 19th-20th Centuries In various shapes and sizes. Diameters from 1” to 4”. 150/250

968.

APPROX. FIFTEEN CHINESE WOOD AND OTHER STANDS 19th-20th Centuries In various shapes and sizes. Diameters from 2” to 6”. 150/250

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980.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF SHOU LAO Standing in robes and holding his staff and a peach. Green patina. Height 11”. 300/400

992.

CHINESE TANG DYNASTY-STYLE BRONZE HORSE Early 20th Century On a rectangular base. Height 10”. Length 12”. 200/250

981.

CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF A BODHISATTVA Early 20th Century Standing on a circular base. Height 16”. 300/350

993.

982.

TIBETAN BRONZE BUDDHA Early 20th Century Seated in earth-touching position. Height 8”.

BURMESE METAL HINTHA BIRD FIGURE Early 20th Century Body with chased floral and scroll decoration. Applied wings. Mounted on a rock. Figure height 10”. Total height 13”. 200/300

400/600

994.

NEPALESE BRONZE FIGURE OF SHIVA Early 20th Century Seated on a separate lotus base. Height 9”.

200/250

CHINESE GILT METAL HORSE AND RIDER 19th Century Made in two parts. Horse standing and with its mouth open. Rider with detachable spear. Missing reins. Height 22”. Width between stirrups 9”. Spear length 18”. 600/800

995.

THREE CHINESE BRONZE ITEMS 1) Han Dynasty ding. Worn. Height 5”. Diameter 8”. 2) Axel cap. Length 5”. 3) Figure of Krishna standing on a circular base. Height 4.5”. 300/500

996.

CHINESE CARVED MOTHER-OF-PEARL SHELL 20th Century Carved in the form of two entwined dragons. 7” x 8.5”. 300/400

983.

984.

TWO NEPALESE BRONZE DEITY FIGURES Early 20th Century 1) Wearing a jeweled headdress and belt while standing on a lotus base. Height 19.5”. 2) Dancing on a lotus base. Floral motifs on lower half. Height 21”. 400/600

985.

TWO CHINESE ARCHAIC-STYLE BRONZE DINGS Both with upswept lug handles and taotie mask decoration about the body. Larger with six-character mark on the interior. Heights 4.75” and 5”. 400/600

986.

CHINESE ARCHAIC-STYLE BRONZE COVERED DING In ovoid form. Cover with two ox heads mounted on two larger ox heads. Body with animalistic horned decoration. Height 9.5”. Length across handles 6”. 600/800

987.

CHINESE BRONZE VASE 20th Century In baluster form, with qilin-form handles at shoulder. Two reserves on body, one with raised crane decoration and the other with swallows. Signed on base. Height 18”. 500/700

988.

CHINESE ARCHAIC-STYLE BRONZE VASE 19th Century In baluster form, with three applied loop handles at shoulder, and banded mask and qilin lappet decoration about the body. Ming mark on base. Height 10”. 200/250

989.

CHINESE BRONZE CENSER 19th Century In squat ovoid form, with two upright lug handles and three feet. Six-character Xuande mark on base. Height to handles 4”. Diameter 5.5”. 250/350

990.

CHINESE BRONZE CENSER In squat form. Two-character Xuande mark on base. Height inclusive of handles 6”. Diameter 8”. 100/300

991.

CHINESE CAST METAL TANG-STYLE HORSE SCULPTURE First Half of the 20th Century Mounted on a cast rectangular plate. Height 8.5”. Length 11”. 200/300

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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, or complete and submit it on our website, www.eldreds.com.

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. We do not ship glass items or items framed under glass. 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).

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 25% of the final bid price up to and including $500,000, and 10% of the final bid price over $500,000.

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.

6. Online bidding is available at www.eldreds.com, with a 25% buyer’s premium. Prospective bidders must register and be approved prior to placing bids or bidding live online.

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

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.

BIDDING INCREMENTS $0-$49: $5 $50-$199: $10 $200-$499: $25 $500-$999: $50 $1,000-$2,999: $100

THE PROPERTY LISTED IN THIS CATALOG WILL BE OFFERED AND SOLD SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG.

$3,000-$4,999: $250 $5,000-$9,999: $500 $10,000-$29,999: $1,000 $30,000-$49,999: $2,500 $50,000-$99,999: $5,000 $100,000 and above: $10,000 Above $300,000 at the auctioneer’s discretion Please adhere to the above bidding increments. Eldred’s reserves the right to adjust absentee bids to the nearest increment below the bid.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION: Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Eldred’s) has exercised reasonable care to catalog and describe correctly the property to be sold, but neither Eldred’s nor its consignors warrant the correctness of description, attribution, authenticity, or condition of said property. No statements shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an assumption of liability with respect thereto, but are to be construed as opinions only. Bidders are encouraged to personally examine all property to be sold prior to the beginning of the auction. 2. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered. 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: 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

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Illustrations Cover Lot 306 Inside Cover Lots 94 Page 3 Lot 49 This Page Lot 242

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