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Waddingtons.ca ASIAN ART ONLINE AUCTION
Starts: Monday 15 September 2014 at 9:00 am Ends: Thursday 18 September 2014 at 2:00 pm
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1 JAPANESE SCHOOL SAMURAI ON HORSEBACK
2 JAPANESE SCHOOL KOI
Ink and colour on sillk, minor creases, 44.5” x 16.5” — 113 x 42 cm.
Ink and colour on paper, overall creases; some repairs and glue stains, 49.6” x 11.8” — 126 x 30 cm.
3 ATTRIBUTED TO TERAI SHIGEFUSA PHEASANTS
4 JAPANESE SCHOOL TWO LONGEVITY CRANES
Ink and colour on paper, minor creases, 46.1” x 11.8” — 117 x 30 cm.
Ink and colour on silk, some staining and creases to silk, 46.9” x 13.8” — 119 x 35 cm.
5 JAPANESE SCHOOL WINTER SCENE
6 AFTER HIROSHIGE SIX WOODBLOCK PRINTS
8 GROUP OF SEVEN JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS
Ink and colour on paper, minor water damage to bottom of sheet; some creases overall, 49” x 22” — 124.5 x 56 cm.
Including four oban yoko-e; one oban tate-e; one oban tate-e triptych, 14.4” x 9.8” — 36.7 x 25 cm.
7 GROUP OF FOUR JAPANESE VERTICAL (TATE-E) WOODBLOCK PRINTS
one hashira-e; two hosoban; one vertical oban diptych, height 28.3” — 72 cm.
Including four oban tate-e; two chuban tate-e; one oban yoko-e, tallest height 14.6” — 37 cm.
9 KIYOSHI SAITO (1907-1997) GARDEN SCENE
10 KAWANO KAORU (1916-1965) YELLOW GIRL
Sosaku woodblock print, in good condition, 15” x 9.8” — 38 x 25 cm.
Sosaku woodblock print. Framed, unexamined out of frame; good colours and impression, 9.9” x 14.8” — 25.2 x 37.6 cm.
11 JAPANESE SCHOOL VILLAGE SCENE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Coloured pigment, lacquer and mixedmedia on wood. Framed, minor losses to raised areas, some age cracks along the edges, image 47.2” x 14.6” — 120 x 37 cm. $150—250
12 WELL-PAINTED SATSUMA WINE EWER, SIGNED, MEIJI PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY Modeled with a dragon forming both the spout and handle ﬂanking either side of the waisted body decorated with seven ﬂoral medallions, no condition problems noted, height 7.5” — 19 cm., base signed $300—400
13 PAIR OF SATSUMA JARLETS, SIGNED KINKOZAN, CIRCA 1900 Each of baluster form with broad shoulders tapering towards a narrow waist and decorated along the body with a continuous landscape scene, one rim restored, height 4.9” — 12.5 cm., both stamped and signed Kinkozan $150—250
14 FINELY PAINTED SATSUMA SHALLOW BOWL, SIGNED KINKOZAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY With gilt foliate rim and gently rounded sides, the shallow bowl well decorated with two ﬁgural scenes along the cavetto; the ﬁrst, contained within a rectangular reserve depicting two ladies and a child, the other with a boating scene, very faint ﬁring hairline crack to reverse at 12 o’clock. The crack does not go through to the other side and seems embedded within the body, diameter 8.5” — 21.5 cm., marked Kinkozan on base below a Shimazu family crest $800—1,200
15 TWO JAPANESE PORCELAIN WARES
16 GROUP OF FIFTEEN KAKIEMON WARES, JAPAN
Each decorated with a ﬂoral motif including a vase and dish TOGETHER WITH a lacquered vase, tallest height 9.6” — 24.5 cm.
Including: three large plates of foliate form, a group of three bowls, nine small dishes TOGETHER WITH six blue and white dishes, largest diameter 8.7” — 22 cm.
17 GROUP OF 38 JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DISHES Comprised of various sizes, shapes, and designs, largest diameter 8.1” — 20.7 cm.
18 GROUP OF SIX IMARI PORCELAIN WARES
19 GROUP OF 45 ASSORTED JAPANESE CERAMICS
Comprised of: a foliate dish, bowl, four side dishes TOGETHER WITH a satsuma vase of ovoid shape decorated with ﬁgural scenes, diameter 8.3” — 21.2 cm.
Including: two sake sets; three small dishes; 11 miniature bowls and cups, tallest height 4.9” — 12.5 cm. $200—300
20 JAPANESE LACQUER BOXOf rectangular form with rounded corners, the cover decorated with a group of six musicians TOGETHER WITH a group of six hair accessories including a comb and ﬁve pins, box: overall wear and scratches to the surface; accessories: one of the pins has been broken into three sections, 2.4” x 7.1” x 5.9” — 6.1 x 18.1 x 15 cm. $100—150
21 IVORY CARVED NETSUKE OF TWO CHINESE BOYS, CIRCA 1930’S
22 IVORY CARVED NETSUKE OF A SCHOLAR’S RETREAT, 19TH CENTURY
The ‘kakaros’ carrying Hotei’s oversized sack, one holding a small fan, in good condition, height 1.6” — 4 cm., signed
Well-carved with three scholars in a hut, and two underneath a pine tree, very good condition, length 2” — 5.1 cm.
23 LARGE TINTED IVORY OKIMONO OF A MAN AND CHILD, MEIJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1900 The man dressed as a priest and holding a cane in one hand, a branch of fruit in the other, no major condition problems noted, slight age crack to base, height 8.9” — 22.7 cm., base inscribed Kozan
24 IVORY OKIMONO OF A BIJIN, MEIJI PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY With a demure expression, the lady holding a branch with hanging daruma dolls, very minor chip to the tip of the branches; missing the inlay on the base, height 7.6” — 19.2 cm., base signed $400—600
25 IVORY OKIMONO OF A MONKEY TRAINER, CIRCA 1910
26 FINELY CAST BRONZE FIGURAL DISH, MEIJI PERIOD, 19TH CENTURY
27 CAST BRONZE FIGURE OF KANON, MID-20TH CENTURY
28 PAIR OF LARGE BRONZE URNS, TAISHO PERIOD, CIRCA 1915
Playfully rendered with a smiling man holding a pipe and wearing a mask, a small monkey dressed in robes and a hat standing by his side, in good condition, height 6.1” — 15.5 cm., base signed
High relief casting of a young warrior kneeling on a dragon and presenting a shoe to a heavenly sage, re-polished at one point; some areas of green tarnishing on the surface, diameter 8.5” — 21.7 cm.
The goddess of mercy standing on a lotus base. reverse inscribed, no condition problems noted, height 9.7” — 24.6 cm.
Both of baluster form with large raised ﬂoral and fauna medallions, all below a pair of phoenixes on the shoulders, the sides ﬂanked by a pair of monster handles, one with loose base; the other with loose top (at the shoulder and neck), height 25” — 63.5 cm.
29 BRONZE ‘LOTUS’ TRIPOD CENSER, MEIJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1900
30 BRONZE AND CHAMPLEVEE ENAMEL LAMP, MEIJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1900
Rendered in the form of a lotus pod with a pair of “C” form handles ﬂanking the bulbous body, and all raised on three short curving legs, in good condition, diameter 7.5” — 19 cm.
The bronze of a reddish brown tone and inlaid with ﬂoral design enamels on a blue ground. Mid-20th Century lamp mounts, with modern mounts, whole height 59.1” — 150 cm.
31 PAIR OF CHAMPLEVEE ENAMEL VASES, SIGNED, TAISHO PERIOD, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each with a pair of ferociously modeled beasts along the “C”-form handles ﬂanking either side of the narrow neck, the bulbous body decorated with two bands of champlevee designs consisting of taotie masks, minor wear, height 11.8” — 30 cm., base with impressed seal mark $200—300
32 CHAMPLEVEE ENAMEL LAMP, JAPAN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY With a bulbous top raised on a tall slender body with a spreading foot, the lamp decorated with designs of swirling vines and lotus, Lamp drilled for wiring, cover reattached, overall wear, height 26.6” — 67.5 cm. $200—300
33 SUIT OF SAMURAI ARMOUR, 18TH/19TH CENTURY The lacquered helmet of peach-form with a two-lame shikoro (neck guard), the lacquered mempo (face guard) with three-lame throat guard, the do (chest armour) lacquered black, together with separate thigh guards. Wood storage box, box worn and with losses to hinges; armour with wear to lacquering and some losses to laces, especially in shoulder area, total height 52.8” — 134 cm.
34 SAMURAI SWORD, KATANA The heavy steel blade with wood grain pattern, all in a black lacquer sword case with metal mounts, some areas of wear to the blade, sword length 40.6” — 103 cm.
35 EARTHENWARE OIL LAMP, KOREA, SILLA PERIOD Raised on a tall spreading foot, the tapering ovoid body with a small circular opening along the top, minor wear and pitting, height 8.9” — 22.5 cm.
36 BLUE AND WHITE ‘HOI AN HOARD’ BOWL, VIETNAM, CIRCA 1450 With lotus design on the exterior and interior TOGETHER WITH a small early 20th Century lacquer wood guardian ﬁgure, Bowl with worn rim and ﬁring chip to base of foot; guardian with slight age cracks, bowl diameter 6” — 15.3 cm. Provenance: Bowl with Hoi An Hoard sticker with serial number 169902.
37 GROUP OF NINE BLUE AND WHITE EXPORT WARES, SOUTH EAST ASIAN
38 THREE CELADON GLAZED WARES, SOUTH EAST ASIA, 16TH/17TH CENTURY
39 SIX GILT LACQUER MUSICIANS, THAILAND, MID20TH CENTURY
40 SILVER EWER AND JADE INLAY EWER, MONGOLIA, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
For the South East Asian market and similarly decorated with stylized ﬂora, and consisting of: two rectangular dishes with chamfered corners, four dishes, one bowl, and two jarlets, typical wear, widest width 7.9” — 20 cm.
Each raised on a short foot, two with tall sides and moulded with designs of lotus along the exterior; the third with stylized designs TOGETHER WITH Famille Rose Teacup, 19th Century, tea cup with small chip and hairline crack, largest diameter 5.9” — 15 cm., Daoguang mark to cup
Each carved in high-relief and similarly rendered in a seated position together with a musical instrument, minor wear, tallest height 14.6” — 37 cm.
Inlaid with carved jade panels on either side of the body along with coral and turquoise beads throughout TOGETHER WITH a Japanese champlevee vase; and a Chinese nickel silver square-form ‘dragon and butterﬂy’ pot, minor wear but in overall good condition, tallest height 12.4” — 31.5 cm.
41 SOUTH ASIAN SCHOOL KRISHNA
42 INDIAN SCHOOL FIVE MINIATURE PAINTINGS
Tempera and gold paint on card. Framed, unexamined out of frame, Sight height 13.4” — 34 cm.
Ink and colour on card. Each framed, Unexamined out of frame. Looks to be in good condition, largest sight 7.5” x 5.5” — 19 x 14 cm.
43 PAIR OF BRONZE CABINET VASES, INDO-PERSIA, CIRCA 1900 Each with a squat bulging body surmounted by a tall trumpet neck and decorated with bands of scrolling ﬂora, the vases supported on a short sturdy foot, very minor surface wear, height 9.8” — 25 cm.
44 PERSIAN SCHOOL MINIATURE HUNTING SCENE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Ink and colour on paper. Framed, some wear, height 11.9” — 30.2 cm. $50—100
45 QAJAR LACQUERED BRASS BOWL, PERSIA, 19TH CENTURY The bowl with lobed sides and lacquered with design of blue roses, crack to side, very minor losses lacquer, diameter 9.5” — 24.2 cm.
46 TRIBAL WEDDING DRESS, PERSIA in good condition, height 43.3” — 110 cm.
47 LARGE DINING CLOTH, SOFREH, PERSIA, 20TH CENTURY in good condition, 59.1” x 49.6” — 150 x 126 cm.
48 TWO WOMEN’S ROBES, PERSIA TOGETHER WITH a Japanese silk kimono and obi, some minor staining to robes, tallest height 51.2” — 130 cm.
49 NINE ASSORTED TEXTILES, CHINA, INDIA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
50 THANGKA FRAGMENT OF PADMASAMBHAVA, TIBET, 19TH CENTURY
51 EXPORT JADE HANDLED ENAMEL MIRROR, 19TH CENTURY
TOGETHER WITH a small woven purse, good condition, largest 35.4” x 18.5” — 90 x 47 cm.
Opaque pigments on cloth, Overall wear and creases with rubbing and losses to pigment on the ﬁgures, especially on the left side; a large hole in the cloth to the bottom left; thangka has been cut down and glued to board, width 18.5” — 47 cm.
The circular mirror decorated with a group of eight horses beneath a pine tree and surrounded by ﬂoral designs and butterﬂies, the handle mounted with a carved jade belt hook decorated with a pair of dragons, Belt hook length 4.5” - 11cm. Head of dragon surmounting belt hook missing; overall wear to metal mirror, total length 13.2” — 33.5 cm.
52 EXPORT ARMORIAL SOUP TUREEN AND COVER With a gilt coronet on either side of the bulging body and molded swirling handles, overall good condition, width 13.8” — 35 cm. $100—150
53 FAMILLE ROSE EXPORT ‘PEACOCK’ BASIN With deep sides sloping towards the cavetto decorated with a peacock in a garden of prunus and peonies, and a band of ‘100 antiques’ enameled along the interior, diameter 14.4” — 36.5 cm. $300—400
54 GROUP OF EXPORT MANDARIN ROSE ITEMS, 18TH CENTURY Each thinly potted and similarly decorated with ﬁgural scenes, including: two bowls, a small cup, two saucers, smaller bowl has been entirely restored; one saucer (two elderly ﬁgures and group of three children) with ﬁring crack to base; second saucer, no condition issues noted; cup with minute chip to rim; larger bowl with no condition issues noted, largest diameter 6.7” — 17 cm. $150—200
55 EXPORT ROSE MANDARIN FIGURAL VASE AND COVER
56 PAIR OF EXPORT ‘HUNT SCENE’ GINGER JARS
Supported by a tall spreading foot, the pear shaped body with quatrefoil rim and a pair of monster-head handles modeled along either side of the neck, the cover with a lion-form ﬁnial, overall good condition, height 25.8” — 65.5 cm.
Of tapering ovoid form and enameled with a continuous hunt scene with ﬁgures on horseback, gilt detailing throughout, overall good condition, each height 12.6” — 32 cm.
57 EXPORT BLACK GROUND FAUNA VASE
58 THREE IVORY CARVINGS, CHINA AND JAPAN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
59 STAINED IVORY CARVED FIGURE OF A GUARDIAN, CIRCA 1940
60 IVORY CARVED FEMALE WARRIOR ON HORSEBACK, CIRCA 1940’S
One rendered as a lady holding a peony; one as a sage riding a horse; one as an actor holding a fan. The lady aﬃxed to wood stand, lady: minor age cracks; actor and sage: minor wear, tallest height 6.1” — 15.5 cm.
Intricately carved in the form of a standing guardian raised on an oval plinth decorated with swirling clouds, the heavily armed ﬁgure holding a dragon sword, restoration to scarf, stone on top of helmet not original, height 8.7” — 22 cm.
Raised on a waisted rectangular platform, the ﬁgure dressed in armour with a sword swung across her hip and a bow and arrow aﬃxed to the caparisoned horse. Wood stand, height 13.8” — 35 cm.
61 PAIR OF IVORY CARVED FULIONS, CIRCA 1900Depicting a
62 MINIATURE IVORY CARVED TRIPOD VESSEL, CIRCA 1940
63 HORN CARVED FIGURE OF SHAOLAO
male and female seated on a tall base. Wood stands, both with age cracks throughout and rubbing to pigments; male with large crack to bottom base; female with cracks to base and restoration to front left corner of base, height 7.1” — 18 cm.
Raised on three short legs with a compressed body ﬂanked on either side with dragon ring-handles and inset with coral and turquoise beads, the domed cover with a lion form ﬁnial, in good condition, diameter 4.3” — 11 cm.
The god of longevity holding a cluster of peaches and tall staﬀ, a young attendant at his side, no condition problems noted, height 13” — 33 cm., back with inscribed seal mark
Of baluster form with a pair of large monster head handles moulded to either side of the rectangular neck, dense scrolling vines of grapes and leaves surrounded scenes of birds in lush gardens, no condition issues noted, height 16.1” — 41 cm. $100—150
64 LARGE BRONZE ‘DRAGON AND FU-LION’ TRIPOD CENSER, XUANDE MARK, 19TH/20TH CENTURY The squat body raised on three pawform feet and ﬂanked by a pair of curving dragon handles on the rounded sides cast in high relief with several ferocious dragons, the reticulated domed cover with a recumbent fu-lion, Very good condition., height 20.5” — 52 cm., six-character Xuande mark $2,000—3,000
65 LARGE BRONZE ‘DRAGON’ PLANTER, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
66 BRONZE DOUBLE GOURD VASE, XUANDE MARK, 19TH/20TH CENTURY
67 BRONZE ‘FOREIGNER HANDLES’ CENSER, 16TH/17TH CENTURY
Raised on three feet. the body with large raised dragon and a pair of lion handles, previously re-polished, diameter 18.9” — 48 cm.
With four ﬁgural scenes reserved along the base of the gourd-form vessel and a sinuous dragon cast along one side, minor wear, height 6.3” — 16 cm., six-character Xuande mark
Sturdily cast with a standing ﬁgure on either side of the deep rectangular basin, Overall wear typical of age. No losses or restorations., length 8.3” — 21 cm.
68 SEATED FIGURE OF BUDDHA Raised on a double lotus pedestal, the ﬁgure seated with legs crossed and one hand on his lap, the other pendant. Aﬃxed to wood stand, Minor wear to surface; has been aﬃxed to wood stand, height 8.1” — 20.5 cm. $100—200
69 FOUR BLUE AND WHITE SNUFF BOTTLES, 19TH CENTURY Two decorated with ﬁgures in a landscape; one with ﬂora and fauna; one with ‘100 antiques’, one square bottle with small chip to upper corner, the other with two glaze chips to bottom corner; the others in good condition, tallest height 2.6” — 6.6 cm., taller square bottle with Shende Tang mark; the other three with Qianlong mark $200—300
70 PAIR OF INTERIOR PAINTED SNUFF BOTTLES
71 INTERIOR PAINTED CAT SNUFF BOTTLE
Each of similar form and decorated with a mountain landscape scene to one side, and ﬂora and fauna on the reverse, in good condition, tallest height 2.6” — 6.5 cm.
With bulging sides and painted with playing kittens throughout, in good condition, height 2.2” — 5.6 cm.
72 PAIR OF ENAMELED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES, QIANLONG MARK Each with an ovoid body and supported on a short foot, one decorated with lotus ﬂowers and cranes, the other with peonies and prunus, Lotus and crane snuﬀ bottle: lid and spoon have been glued down; peony and prunus: no condition issues noted, tallest height 2.4” — 6 cm., both with four-character Qianlong mark $300—400
73 FOUR JADE PEBBLE SNUFF BOTTLES
74 THREE JADE SNUFF BOTTLES
75 FIVE HARDSTONE SNUFF BOTTLES
76 TWO CARVED AGATE SNUFF BOTTLES
Each of elongated proportion with smooth and uncarved bodies, One with minor abrasions to rim; the rest in excellent condition, tallest height 2.6” — 6.5 cm.
Each smooth and uncarved, one of pebble shape, two of ﬂask form, in good condition, tallest height 2.2” — 5.5 cm.
One carved in the form of a gourd with swirling vines; four smooth and undecorated, two of ﬂask form, two of pebble shape, tallest height 2.8” — 7 cm.
One with ducks, cranes, and bats in a lotus pond; the other with prunus ﬂowers, pine, and birds, tallest height 2.7” — 6.9 cm.
77 AGATE CARVED SNUFF BOTTLE
78 THREE AGATE CARVED SNUFF BOTTLES
79 AMBER CARVED SNUFF BOTTLE
The ovoid body ﬂanked by a pair of carved monster-head handles along the sloping shoulders, height 2.2” — 5.5 cm.
One carved with scenes of ﬂora and fauna; one with a scholar and attendant in a mountainous landscape; one with a pair of monster-head handles to either side of the sloping shoulders, tallest height 2.4” — 6.1 cm.
With designs of carp and lotus rendered along the exterior, height 2.4” — 6.2 cm.
80 CINNABAR LACQUER CARVED ‘SCHOLARS’ SNUFF BOTTLE, 19TH CENTURY Of baluster form with broad shoulders tapering towards a narrow base, the exterior carved in high relief with a continuous scene depicting nine scholars in a garden pavilion, height 2.6” — 6.5 cm. $200—300
81 FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES Two rendered from jade; the ﬁrst in the form of a gourd, the other of streamlined ovoid shape with a pair of monster-head handles; one in famille rose porcelain; one large interior painted glass TOGETHER WITH a circular jade pendant with reticulated designs of ﬂora and fauna, tallest height 3.1” — 7.8 cm. $400—600
82 HORNBILL CARVED SNUFF BOTTLE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Of ﬂattened baluster form and carved in high relief on both sides, one illustrating a pair of cranes surrounded by pine trees, the other with a feline and butterﬂy in a garden, height 2” — 5.1 cm.
83 CELADON JADE ‘GRAPE AND SQUIRREL’ GROUP, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
84 MOTTLED BROWN JADE DRAGON PENDANT
Provenance: Chinese Works of Art and Paintings from a Taiwanese Canadian Collector Purchased at Waddington’s during the early 1980’s.
Of ﬂattened rectangular shape and Realistically carved with the small critter carved in openwork in the form of a sinuous dragon, height 2.4” — 6.2 nibbling on grapes, no condition cm. problems noted, length 3.1” — 8 cm.
85 DARK GREY JADE BANGLE, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER With four archaistic taotie masks carved in relief along the exterior, Minor wear to exterior, some stone ﬁssure cracks to interior, diameter 3.3” — 8.5 cm. $100—150
86 FLUORITE MODEL OF A PHOENIX, REPUBLICAN PERIOD Perched on a gnarled stump with its tail feathers dramatically gathering upwards. Aﬃxed to wood base, crack to neck; bottom screwed down to wood base, carving height 8.5” — 21.5 cm. $200—400
87 RARE JADE OPIUM BOWL, 19TH CENTURY
88 FOUR MINIATURE JADE SEALS
Of a mottled colour, the bowl with a smooth and undecorated body, area of loss to the rim, diameter 2.6” — 6.5 cm.
Two of square-form, two rectangular TOGETHER WITH a miniature white jade ﬁgure of a crowned Buddha, no condition problems noted, widest width 1.2” — 3 cm.
89 LIME GREEN CARVED BRUSHWASHER, MARK OF WANG BINGRONG The interior with a raised goldﬁsh, the sides with four landscape panels, no condition problems noted, length 3.3” — 8.5 cm. Note: four-character mark of Wang Bingrong to base
90 PAIR OF HARDSTONE CARVED VASES Each with a pear-form body raised on a spreading foot and ornately decorated with lotus ﬂowers and carp throughout. Wood stands, height 5.5” — 14 cm. $50—100
Rendered in the form of a peony plant with three large blooms and two buds surrounded by a network of leaves, all supported in a cloisonne enamel planter, some minor losses to leaves; some leaves loose, height 20.5” — 52 cm. $200—300
Each of rectangular shape with reticulated designs of ﬁgures in a garden surrounded by peonies and bamboo. Wood stands TOGETHER WITH a small jade ﬁgure of a meiren, Panels in good condition; Jade ﬁgure: neck and legs have been completely restored, break along the branch of peaches, tallest height 6.1” — 15.5 cm.
92 PAIR OF JADEITE CARVED MINIATURE ARCHAISTIC GU VASES, LATE QING DYNASTY Each with three ring handles and a middle section containing taotie masks, the neck and base with lotus dentals, one with small chip to rim; the other in good condition, height 4” — 10.2 cm. $400—600
93 HARDSTONE TREE WITH CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PLANTER
91 PAIR OF JADEITE PANELS
94 LARGE SPINACH GREEN JADE DRAGON BOAT Of large size and rendered in the form of a multi-tiered dragon boat with two massive sails and one ﬂag. Wood stand, some areas of restoration, especially the sails, width 23.2” — 59 cm. $400—600
95 ZHU ZIFAN (1902-1958) SET OF TWO CALLIGRAPHIES Ink on paper, Mounting ﬂatness to one calligraphy; some repairs to upper part of one; otherwise substantially in good condition, largest 36.6” x 13.8” — 93 x 35 cm. Provenance: Chinese Scroll Paintings from the Estate of K.C. Tai Kwok-Choi Tai taught at the College of Education for the Hong Kong government during the Second World War until he retired in the early 1980’s. The majority of the paintings from his collection was acquired in the 1950’s to 1980’s and features the works of the Southern Chinese Lingnan School. $100—150
96 LING JUCHUAN (1887-1972) COUPLET Ink on paper, cyclically dated 1969, Some toning to mounting; otherwise in good condition, each image 66.9” x 11.8” — 170 x 30 cm. Provenance: Chinese Scroll Paintings from the Estate of K.C. Tai Kwok-Choi Tai taught at the College of Education for the Hong Kong government during the Second World War until he retired in the early 1980’s. The majority of the paintings from his collection was acquired in the 1950’s to 1980’s and features the works of the Southern Chinese Lingnan School. $100—150
97 DAI XIANSHU (20TH CENTURY) SET OF THREE CALLIGRAPHY
98 YUAN HONGSHU (1910- ) COUPLET
99 WU TIANREN (1916-1992) CALLIGRAPHY
100 TWO CHINESE SCHOOL ALBUM PAINTINGS
Ink on paper, Substantially in good condition, 51.8” x 7.7” — 131.5 x 19.5 cm.
Ink on paper, dated 1951, Substantially in good condition, 40” x 8.3” — 101.5 x 21 cm.
Provenance: Chinese Scroll Paintings from the Estate of K.C. Tai Kwok-Choi Tai taught at the College of Education for the Hong Kong government during the Second World War until he retired in the early 1980’s. The majority of the paintings from his collection was acquired in the 1950’s to 1980’s and features the works of the Southern Chinese Lingnan School.
Provenance: Chinese Scroll Paintings from the Estate of K.C. Tai Kwok-Choi Tai taught at the College of Education for the Hong Kong government during the Second World War until he retired in the early 1980’s. The majority of the paintings from his collection was acquired in the 1950’s to 1980’s and features the works of the Southern Chinese Lingnan School.
The ﬁrst a landscape and scholar signed Tin Yang; the second a riverside landscape and house by Jiang Heng (1672-1742) and signed Xiang Fan. Both framed, Worm damage to both and not examined outside of frames, 10.8” x 12.6” — 27.5 x 32 cm.
101 LIU HONGWEN (20TH CENTURY) BA PO TU
102 HAN ZHENSEN (20TH CENTURY) STILL LIFE
103 SILK EMBROIDERED ‘100 ANTIQUES’ KESI PANEL
104 PEWTER PIPE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Ink and colour on silk, cyclically dated 1916, framed, Some toning to silk; otherwise in good condition, 16.1” x 26.8” — 40.8 x 68 cm.
Ink and colour on silk, cyclically dated 1946. Framed, unexamined out of frame, appears to be in good condition with minor disclouring to silk and some wear, 11.4” x 11.4” — 29 x 29 cm.
Silk thread on cloth. Depicting peonies, prunus, plums, and Buddha’s hand citron, in good condition, height 39” — 99 cm.
The sides inscribed with ﬁgures and calligraphy, good condition, whole height 13.4” — 34 cm.
Ink on paper, Some minor damages to the upper part of the middle piece; otherwise substantially in good condition, largest 37.2” x 18.1” — 94.5 x 46 cm. Provenance: Chinese Scroll Paintings from the Estate of K.C. Tai Kwok-Choi Tai taught at the College of Education for the Hong Kong government during the Second World War until he retired in the early 1980’s. The majority of the paintings from his collection was acquired in the 1950’s to 1980’s and features the works of the Southern Chinese Lingnan School.
Provenance: Purchased prior to 1947 by a Canadian family living in Hong Kong. $100—150
Provenance: Sotheby’s New York, September 26 1998, lot 130 (1 of 5). The Collection of Dorothy Hart Hirshon, New York. $200—300
105 ELEVEN LARGE CHINESE OLD WOOD STANDS
106 SET OF THREE CHINESE ART REFERENCE BOOKS
Pair of large brown foliate stands with interior rim diameter 21.2 cm; smaller brown foliate stands with interior rim diameter 18 and 14.5 cm; black stands with interior rim diameter of 15.8, 14.3, 13.7, 13.7, 13.4, 13.1 and 11.7 cm, minor wear to each, largest diameter 12.6” — 32 cm.
Lion-Goldschmidt, Daisy and JeanClaude Moreau-Gobard. Chinese Art: Bronzes, Jade, Sculpture, Ceramics. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1980.; Soame Jeyns, R. and William Watson. Chinese Art II: Gold, Silver, Later Bronzes, Cloisonne, Cantonese Enamel, Lacquer, Furniture, Wood. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1980; Soame Jenyns, R. Chinese Art III: Textiles, Glass and Painting on Glass, Carvings in Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn, Carvings in Hardstones, Snuﬀ Bottles, Inkcakes and Inkstones., overall good condition, each book 10.6” x 8.3” x 0.8” — 27 x 21.2 x 2 cm.
109 GROUP OF SEVEN CHINESE ITEMS
110 DEHUA BRUSHWASHER, 19TH CENTURY OR EARLIER
Including: a jade brushwasher; jade rectangular-form pendant incised with two ﬁgures on one side and calligraphy on the reverse; jade belthook; hardstone ﬁgure of a monk; silver pendant; small horn cup; wood carved ﬁgure of Guanyin, tallest height 7.9” — 20 cm.
Of compressed shape with a slightly bulging waist, covered in a thick white glaze throughout, good condition, diameter 4.3” — 11 cm.
Provenance: Acquired in Hong Kong during the 1950’s and 60’s while the owner was working in the Hong Kong Department of Education. $100—150
107 GROUP OF BOOKS ON CHINESE ANTIQUES AND CULTURE
108 GROUP OF 17 BOOKS ON CHINESE PAINTINGS AND RELATED SUBJECTS
Chinese Pottery and Porcelain Volumes 1-5. Taipei: Kwang Fu Book Co., Ltd., 1980.; The Exhibition of Archaeological Finds of The People’s Republic of China. Hong Kong: The Committee for the Exhibition of Archaeological Finds in China, 1978.; Masterworks of Chinese Porcelain in the National Palace Museum. Taipei, Taiwan: National Palace Museum,.; Masterworks of Chinese Porcelain in the National Palace Museum Supplement. Taipei, Taiwan: National Palace Museum,.; Shek-Wan Pottery. Hong Kong: Urban Council Hong Kong, 1977.; Treasures of China. The Commercial Press Ltd., 1983.; Addis, J.M. Chinese Ceramics from Datable Tombs. London and New York: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1978.; Du Boulay, Anthony. Chinese Porcelain: Pleasures and Treasures. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1963; Grousset, Rene. Chinese Art and Culture. New York: Orion Press, Inc., 1959.; Grousset, Rene. De La Chine au Japon. Monaco: Les Documents D’art, 1951.; Lefebvre d’Argence Rene-Yvon (ed.). Treasures from the Shanghai Museum 6,000 Years of Chinese Art.Shanghai Museum and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.; Perry, Lilla S. Chinese Snuﬀ Bottles: The Adventures and Studies of a Collector. Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Company Publishers, 1960.; Rawson, Philip. Introducing Oriental Art. London, New York, Sydney, Toronto: The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited, 1973; Ming Dynasty Ceramics. Hong Kong; Shun King Book Store, 1883; Modern Shekwan Figurines. Hong Kong: 1983; Song Ceramics from the Palace Museum. Taipei: Palace Museum, no date; Painted Enamels of the Ch’ing Dynasty. Taipei: Palace Museum, 1979; Qing Dynasty Monochrome Glazed Porcelain. Taipei: Palace Museum, 1981; Cheng-Hua Porcelain. Taipei: Palace Museum, no date; Hsuan-te Porcelain. Taipei: Palace Museum, 1979; each gently used, largest 14.6” x 10.6” x 1.2” — 37 x 27 x 3 cm.
Guangdong Calligraphy. Hong Kong: Urban Council, 1981.; Fung Tse Kei Selected: Calligraphy and Drawings. Hong Kong: Nam Tung Stationery and Publishing Co., n.d.; Album of Lu Yan Shao’s paintings. Hong Kong: 1981.; Rongbaozhei : 10th Anniversary Exhibition. Hong Kong: 1980.; Rongbaozhei – 30th Anniversary Catalogue. Hong Kong: 1980; Kwangtung Painting Landscapes, Figures, Plants and Animals by Past Kwangtung Masters (15th to mid. 20th Century). Hong Kong: Urban Council, 1973.; Yanshao, Lu. Chinese Paintings for Beginners. Shanghai: 1980.; Paintings by Tang Ying. Taipei: 1974; Chinese Seal Guide Book. Hong Kong: 1982; Chinese Rongbaozhei Exhibition. Tokyo: 1979; Paintings of Ren Bonian. Tianjing: 1982; Choice of Paintings of the Palace Museum. Hong Kong: 1981; Chinese Artists Dictionary. Shanghai: 1980; Shih Tao and His World. Taipei: 1976; Modern Chinese Paintings. Hong Kong: 1982; Chinese Contemporary Paintings. Macau: n.d.; Chinese Pottery Guide I & II, Taipei: 1974. largest 14.4” x 10.2” x 1.4” — 36.5 x 26 x 3.5 cm.
111 TWO CELADON CRACKLE GLAZED WARES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY The ﬁrst, thickly potted in the form of a conical bowl with steep sloping sides and a short narrow foot, covered in a celadon glaze throughout; the other, a shallow planter with rounded bulging sides, diameter 10.2” — 26 cm.
112 THREE SEAL PASTE BOXES Of typical form, one covered in a celadon glaze, one in robin’s egg, the third with Chinese characters along the top completed in grisaille, largest diameter 3.3” — 8.4 cm. $100—150
113 SIX MINIATURE SLIP DECORATED BISCUIT FIRED JARLETS, 19TH/20TH CENTURY Including a set of four jarlets decorated with ﬂoral designs against a green-glazed ground, two of baluster shape, two in the form of ginger jars TOGETHER WITH two decorated with beading throughout and ﬂoral sprays along the front, widest diameter 2.6” — 6.5 cm.
114 GROUP OF SIX CRACKLE GLAZED PORCELAIN WARES, 19TH/20TH CENTURY Including: four celadon glazed wares; a green-glazed vase; and an elongated jar of slender proportion with a pair of monster-head handles and covered in a white crackle glaze throughout, tallest height 9.1” — 23 cm. $200—300
115 PAIR OF MOULDED GOURD MEIPING JARLETS Each with bulging rounded shoulders tapering towards a narrowed foot and moulded with scrolling vines and lotus throughout, minor wear, height 3.9” — 10 cm.
116 QINGBAI CERAMIC PILLOW Of oblong shape with a slightly concave top decorated with a pair of ﬁgures ﬂanking a large lotus, the sides with pierced coin slot openings and interior depicting a sinuous dragon and phoenix, in good condition, length 8.7” — 22 cm.
117 THREE CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES, 19TH/20TH CENTURY
118 BLUE AND WHITE DRAGON VASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
A reticulated white glazed vase; a canton rose export vase; and an oxblood glazed vase, canton rose vase with repair to rim; the rest in good condition, tallest height 12.2” — 31 cm.
Of baluster form with a slender neck rising from the ovoid body and opening towards a wide rim, a pair of confronting dragons decorating the exterior TOGETHER WITH four blue and white brush washers, each early 20th Century, dragon vase base drilled, tallest height 11.4” — 29 cm.
119 BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN AND PEWTER TEAPOT, 17TH CENTURY
120 BLUE AND WHITE VASE FRAGMENT, 18TH/19TH CENTURY
121 BLUE AND WHITE ‘DRAGON AND PHOENIX’ BOWL, QIANLONG MARK
The quatrefoil shaped body with landscape scenes reserved along the exterior depicting ﬁgures in a garden scene surrounded by rockery. With Late Qing dynasty mounts, Mounted as a teapot; unexamined out of mounts, height 9.6” — 24.5 cm.
Probably the central section of a beaker vase, the bulging body well potted with thick sides and decorated with a central band of sinuous dragons surrounded by scrolling clouds, all bordered by bands of lingzhi. Aﬃxed to porcelain stand, Probably a fragment of a beaker vase mounted to a stand, minor surface wear, overall good condition, diameter 5.5” — 14 cm.
Thickly potted with a rounded rim, the shallow interior decorated with a confronting dragon and phoenix surrounding a ﬂaming pearl, diameter 7.5” — 19 cm., six-character Qianlong mark
122 LARGE BLUE AND WHITE ‘GRAPES’ BOWL Decorated profusely with grapes and vine on the exterior, 7.5 cm hairline crack, diameter 8.1” — 20.5 cm. $400—600
Provenance: Robert Deveau Galleries, Toronto. $100—150
123 LARGE MING-STYLE BLUE AND WHITE‘BUDDHIST EMBLEM’ BOWL With large lotus balls and scrolling vine, the eight Buddhist symbols below the rim, no condition problems noted, diameter 8.3” — 21.2 cm. $600—800
124 BLUE, WHITE, AND COPPER RED TRIPOD CENSER Supported on three short monstermask legs, the bulging body decorated with a scene depicting the ‘three friends of winter’ (prunus, pine, and bamboo) together with several cranes, in good condition, diameter 4.7” — 12 cm. $400—600
125 RED AND GREEN ENAMELED DRAGON BOWL, WANLI MARK Supported on a smooth, subtly tapering foot, the bulging sides painted with a pair of dragons surrounded by scrolling clouds and ﬂaming pearls, a band of crashing waves decorate the base, the cavetto with a third dragon, in good condition, diameter 6.7” — 17 cm., six-character Wanli mark $400—600
126 WUCAI DRAGON BOWL, YONGZHENG MARK Thinly potted with tall sides rising towards an everted rim, the exterior enameled with a pair of ferocious dragons in pursuit of a ﬂaming pearl, the whole supported on a short straight foot, in good condition, diameter 6.9” — 17.5 cm., sixcharacter Yongzheng mark $800—1,200
127 A FAMILLE ROSE AND A WUCAI BOWL, GUANGXU MARK, MID-20TH CENTURY
128 YELLOW GROUND ENAMEL BOTTLE VASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
129 FAMILLE ROSE YELLOW GROUND DOUBLE GOURD VASE, JUREN TANG MARK
130 FOUR LARGE FAMILLE ROSE LANDSCAPE PORCELAIN PANELS
The ﬁrst a large blue sgraﬃto ground bowl with ﬂoral medallions; the second a bowl and cover with design mythical creatures, large bowl in good condition; small bowl in good condition; cover of bowl with minute rim chip, largest diameter 5.7” — 14.5 cm., both with six-character Guangxu marks
Of garlic-hear form and decorated with lotus and scrolling vine, area of loss to rim, height 10” — 25.5 cm.
With moulded design of peaches, lingzhi fungus and roses, and with a large tromp l’oiel ribbon decorated with bats and clouds, all on a yellow sgraﬃto ground, minor wear to gilding and enamels, height 11” — 28 cm.
Each depicting a village scene amid a mountainous landscape. Framed, unexamined out of frame, but appears to be in excellent condition, each height 29.5” — 75 cm.
Note: four-character Juren Tang mark
Provenance: Purchased in Beijing circa 1980. $2,000—3,000
131 FAMILLE ROSE ‘FIGURAL’ BOTTLE VASE Rising from a bulbous body, the short cylindrical neck rising towards a garlichead mouth, and enameled with a garden scene including a ﬁnely dressed lady together with two playing children, no condition issues noted, height 7.8” — 19.7 cm., fourcharacter Qianlong mark $100—150
132 FAMILLE ROSE ‘FU LU SHOU’ BOWL AND COVER, TONGZHI MARK AND PERIOD (1862-1874) The lobed bowl depicting the ‘three star gods’ with attendants, the cover with two more immortals in a garden, bowl with 5 hairlines; cover intact, diameter 4.8” — 12.1 cm., cover and base each with six-character Tongzhi mark
133 FAMILLE ROSE ROUND BOX AND COVER, QIANLONG MARK The box depicting an idyllic landscape scene with ox herder, ﬁshing boats and a pavilion TOGETHER WITH a famille rose ﬁgure of Han Xiang, box and cover in good condition; ﬁgure is 39 cm high with ﬁngers missing, box diameter diameter 5.3” — 13.5 cm. $200—300
134 SET OF FIVE FAMILLE ROSE THREE-PIECE TEACUP, GUANGXU MARK AND LATE IN THE PERIOD (1875-1908) With cover and base, each cup decorated with milleﬂeur enamels on a gold ground, and with one additional cup TOGETHER WITH six 20th Century three-piece teacup sets and four additional spoons, minor rubbing to some of the milleﬂeur enamels; ﬁve milleﬂeur covers are in good condition; ﬁve milleﬂeur bases are in good condition; two of six milleﬂeur cups with minute chips to rim; 20th Century bowls with minor chips along the rim, widest diameter 4.1” — 10.5 cm., each milleﬂeur cup and cover with six-character Guangxu mark $800—1,200
135 FAMILLE ROSE FLORAL DISH, JIAQING MARK, 20TH CENTURY The shallow interior with ﬁve bats surrounding a ‘shou’ roundel in the cavetto, the exterior with bands of ﬂora including lotus, prunus, and peonies, in good condition, diameter 6” — 15.3 cm., six-character Jiaqing mark
136 FAMILLE ROSE FIGURAL PLANTER, MID-19TH CENTURY
137 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE ‘FIVE DRAGONS’ BOWL, QIANLONG MARK
138 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE ‘MAGPIE AND PEONY’ BASIN, REPUBLICAN PERIOD
With tall tapering sides and ﬂat rim, the exterior continuously decorated with ﬁgures in an outdoor pavilion, all surrounded by rockery and butterﬂies, overall wear; rubbing and loses to enamel, width 9.4” — 24 cm.
Depicting ﬁve large multi-coloured dragons on a yellow ground, diameter 16.5” — 42 cm., six-character Qianlong mark
With two birds admiring large multicoloured peony blooms, chip to interior rim at 6 o’clock, diameter 13.6” — 34.5 cm.
141 LARGE FAMILLE ROSE ‘100 ANTIQUES’ BALUSTER VASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
142 PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE GINGER JARS AND COVERS
139 GROUP OF SEVEN FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN WARES
140 SIX FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN ITEMS
Including: a footed hexagonal plate with lotus ﬂowers along the interior, six character Tongzhi mark; a footed ‘peach and bat’ dish, four character Tongzhi mark; two pairs of side dishes; a small brush pot with ‘100 antiques’ along the exterior, widest width 9.7” — 24.7 cm.
Including: a pair of 3 piece tea bowl sets consisting of a bowl, cover, and stand; pair of cups enameled with designs of carps, together with a similarly decorated seal paste box; a quatrefoil-shaped brush pot, some wear to enamels, no major condition problems noted, largest diameter 4.3” — 11 cm.
The body decorated with numerous precious antiques underneath a ruyi and key fret border, losses to handles, some chips to rim, height 24.4” — 62 cm.
Each with elongated bodies and densely decorated with scrolling vines of peonies surrounding several reserves depicting ﬁgures in a garden as well as ﬂora and fauna, overall good condition, height 15” — 38 cm.
143 PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS
144 PAIR OF FAMILE ROSE ‘FLORAL AND FAUNA’ STACKING BOXES AND COVERS
With broad shoulders tapering towards a narrowed waist and supported on a spreading foot, each with ﬁgural scenes on opposing sides framed by scrolling vines of peonies, overall good condition, height 15.4” — 39 cm.
Composed of three separate sections with an elongated body, the ﬂuted sides decorated with songbirds nestled in a garden of peonies, lotus, and assorted ﬂora, no condition issues noted, each height 11.2” — 28.5 cm.
147 IMARI BALUSTER VASE AND COVER
148 TWO PORCELAIN TEAPOTS, 18TH/19TH CENTURY
Of typical form with two ﬂoral scenes reserved on opposing sides of the bulging body, overall good condition, height 22.6” — 57.5 cm. $150—250
145 PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE COCKERELS
146 LARGE IMARI-STYLE FIGURAL VASE AND COVER
Each rendered in the form of cockerel perched on a rocky ledge, overall good condition, height 18.3” — 46.5 cm.
Of large proportion, the baluster form body densely decorated with ﬂoral sprays framing scenes of ﬁnely dressed ladies in a garden, the designs continuing along the domed cover, overall good condition, height 32.7” — 83 cm.
The larger, famille rose and of stout cylindrical shape with twisting handles formed as branches, decorated with all-over ﬂoral designs; the other, with a bulbous body and painted with peonies and scrolling vines, Famille rose teapot: spout restored, restoration along the rim and shoulder approximately 7cm wide, chips and losses to glaze throughout; blue and white teapot with small chip to spout, widest width 8.5” — 21.5 cm.
149 TWO FAMILE VERTE PORCELAIN WARES, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)
150 LARGE FAMILLE VERTE FLORAL CHARGER, KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)
Each similarly decorated with blooming peonies and rockery together with butterﬂies, one modeled in the form of a vase and the other a teapot, Vase: Top has been glued together, vertical hairline crack to one side (approximately 6cm), minor losses to enameling throughout, ﬁring crack to the base; Teapot: small cracks to cover, handle restored, tallest height 6.7” — 17 cm.
Thinly potted with a shallow interior and lobed sides, scenes of ﬂora and fauna reserved along the rim and cavetto, glaze fritting and small chips along the edges; 7 cm hairline crack at 1 o’clock; large area of restoration between 9 and 11 o’clock; small chips to foot rim, diameter 14.4” — 36.5 cm., mark to base
151 PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER VASES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY Each with a baluster-form body surmounted by a tall neck and ﬂared rim, continuously decorated with warrior scenes, both formerly mounted as lamps and with drilled bases; one with neck and rim restored, height 17.3” — 44 cm.
152 ROSEWOOD CARVED FIGURE OF A LION
153 LOW SQUARE-FORM ROSEWOOD TABLE
154 LOW RECTANGULAR ROSEWOOD COFFEE TABLE
Carved in the round as a highly stylized lion raised on a quatrefoil plinth, minor wear, height 12.6” — 32 cm.
With a simple beaded apron decorated with scrolling designs, the square-shaped table with slender legs terminating in subtle hoof-form feet and joined by a high shelf, overall good condition, 25” x 28” x 28” — 63.5 x 71 x 71 cm.
Raised on four thick legs with ﬂuted sides and together with a ﬂat top with inset ﬂoating panel, overall good condition, 16.1” x 42.1” x 17.5” — 41 x 107 x 44.5 cm.
155 ROSEWOOD THREE-PART DESK, EARLY 20TH CENTURY The ﬂat rectangular top with three pull out drawers, and supported on two lower sections each with thick square-form legs terminating in slight hoof-form feet and joined by a reticulated, geometric panel, overall good condition, one handle for drawer missing, 30.3” x 64.2” x 26.8” — 77 x 163 x 68 cm. $600—800
156 ELMWOOD DAY BED, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
157 SIX PANEL PORCELAIN INLAY LACQUER SCREEN
158 SIX-PANEL PAINTED FLOOR SCREEN
Of low rectangular form and raised on four thick legs, each of square section, and with carved designs of lingzhi fungus reserved along the arms and back, underside with some areas of restoration and newer parts, 30.7” x 70.3” x 29.5” — 78 x 178.5 x 75 cm.
Decorated with porcelain ﬁgures along one side, depicting a variety of groups including playing children, ﬁnely dressed ladies, and warriors, the reverse with scenes of ﬂora and fauna, Minor age cracks to paint, each panel 75.2” x 15.7” x 1.4” — 191 x 40 x 3.5 cm.
Ink and colour on paper. Depicting a continuous battle scene with warriors on horseback surrounded by mountains, some minor wear to the edges, but overall good condition, each panel 61” x 15.9” x 0.6” — 155 x 40.5 x 1.5 cm.