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Chinese Gongshi (Scholar’s Rock), a found and possibly augmented bronze colored Green Lingbi Stone
14” High x 13” Wide x 6” Deep
19th Century
Chinese Lacquered Wood Han Erbei (Ear Cup),
2-1/2" High x 8-1/2" Long x 6" Wide
Western Han Dynasty 206 B.C. - A.D.23
Unusual Chinese Scholars’ Incense Tray, crafted of wood and coconut shell in a “Cracked Ice” pattern
1-1/2” High x 14-5/8” Long x 9-7/8” Wide
19th Century
Chinese Huanghuali Brush Pot, Bitong, an elegant simple form, well carved from one honey coloured and nicely figured limb of huanghuali (Dalbergia Odorifera) hardwood
Size: 4-1/16” high. Mouth: 2-3/8” in diameter. Base: 2-1/4” in diameter.
Qing Dynasty, 18th Century
Chinese Lacquered Wood Jardiniere
7-3/4” High
19th Century
Chinese Document Box, the wood box covered in pig skin which has been tanned, stitched and lacquered in a rich translucent red color
5-3/4 in. high x 13-7/8 in. long x 8 in. deep
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century.
Chinese Brass and Lacquered Wood Box 3-5/8” High x 8-3/4” Wide x 4-3/8 “ Deep.
19th Century
Chinese Scholars’ Wrist Rest, carved from a section of timber bamboo
9-5/8” Long x 2-7/8” Wide x 5/8” High
Early 20th century
Chinese provincial molded ceramic water dropper in the shape of a teapot
2-7/8 inches high x 2-7/8 inches long x 2 inches wide
Late 19th century
Chinese molded ceramic water dropper in the form of a seated monkey holding the “Peach of Immortality”
2-3/8 inches high x 2-1/2 inches long x 1-3/8 inches wide
Late 19th century
Chinese molded ceramic water dropper/pot in the shape of the “peach of immortality”
1 inch high x 2-1/4 inches long x 1-5/8 inches wide
Late 19th century
Chinese Boxwood and Horsehair Fly Whisk
Overall 37” Long
Early 20th Century
QB06084 Chinese brass ruler
13-3/4” long
19th Century
Chinese calligraphy and painting brush with rattan handle
10" long
Late 19th century

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