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Antique Chinese Carved Red Lacquer and Gilt Foo Dog Themed Table

This unique table features a red lacquered top with symbolic cut-outs above four Foo Dog headed and elaborately carved legs ending in ball feet. To this frame are applied vertical and horizontal open-work gilt carvings dramatically accenting the sculptural concept. The table comes with an additional glass top, 19th century. ...

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A Pair of Superior Gilt Bronze Mounted Chinese 19th C. Famille Rose Vases as Lamps

SOLD. Featuring beautiful enameled motifs and high quality French bronze mounts. Total H: 25.5 inches. Vases alone H: 7.75 inches.

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A Possibly Ancient Thai, Sukhothai Style Bronze Head Fragment, Buddha Shakyamuni

SOLD. His face with serene expression, downcast eyes, upturned smiling lips and elongated earlobes. Parts of the statue are missing and it is resting on a custom made or custom modified wooden base. H including base 10 inches. H head alone 5.25 inches.

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A Rare 19th Century Likely North Indian Mughal School Painted Chest

Dowry chest with stunningly detailed hunting scenes in vibrant colors.. The chest was formerly in the collection of the late American actor Hurd Hatfield (1917-1998), a hand written dedication to him can be found inside the chest, see photo. L 37 in. W 19 in. H 19 in.

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A Superior Japanese Meiji Period Footed Bronze and Cloisonne Bowl

SOLD. Featuring small birds among intricate leaf work on the inside and elegant gold arabesques in radiant blue enamel on the outside. Diameter 11.75 in. H 4.5 in. Asking price $ 975.

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A Large Japanese Meiji Period Patinated Bronze Sculpture of an Elephant

A spectacular Japanese Meiji period patinated bronze sculpture of an elephant. Great detail and color variations (inside of ears). H 8 in. L 12 in. W 6.5 in.

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A 19th Century Life Size Carved Statue of the Mandalay Style Shakymuni Buddha Princely Bejeweled

SOLD. A superior life size carved lacquer and gilt statue of the Mandalay style Shakyamuni Buddha standing on a lotus flower wearing bejeweled princely robes. The beautifully carved face with porcelain or glass eyes. On a later ebonized base. Likely Burma, 19th century, but could also be early ...

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An Exquisite 19th Century Thai Rattanikosin Style Gilt Bronze Seated Buddha

The finely cast figure of the Buddha, dressed as a prince with a crown, princely jewelry and robes, sits cross-legged on a tiered throne his right hand is in the earth-touching (bhumisparsha mudra) gesture.  Likely Thailand, second part of the 19th century.  H 8 in. L 4.75 in. W 2.5 in.

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A Rare Japanese Meiji Period Figural Bronze Urn as Lamp

SOLD. An urn converted into a lamp by the famous Marbro Company of Los Angeles featuring a sculptural bird among leaf work and blossoms. On a carved wooden stand.  H as lamp: 36 inches. H of urn alone: 18 inches. Urn diameter: 12 inches.  

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A 19th Century Chinese Export Carved lacquer, Paint and Gilt Curio Bookcase

SOLD. With impressive carved reticulated temple like top above two glazed doors enclosing shelved interior resting on the bottom cabinet with two doors on a scalloped pediment and scrolled feet. Amazing carved and colored details all over. Likely China circa 1850. L 36.25 in. W 17.5 in. H 67 in.

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