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Chinese Sang de Boeuf Bottle Vase
In oxblood color, with globular body and long neck; the glaze sharply dammed at the foot.   China. K;ang Hsi period. 13" H.
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Antique Chinese Bronze Incense Burner
In the style of an archaic vessel, the heart-pierced lid surmounted by a fu-lion, and with one side carrying a carp and the other a ch'i-lin, all on four legs headed by tao-tieh masks; well patinated overall.
  China. c. 1890. 4" x 2 3/4" x 5"H.
Price: $450.00

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Carved Cinnibar Lacquer Figure
The smiling figure in patterned robe sits astride a carved bamboo(?) water buffalo. Mounted on a cinnibar lacquer base.   China. 18th/19th century.
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Carved Wood Panel of the Ba Hsien
The artfully carved figures of the immortals are supported on a dramatic carved ebony base in the form of a bat.

  China. 18th century.
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Chinese Archaistic Bronze Vessel
The body with stylized mask decoration and two handles, raised on tripod feet; the lid designed to serve as a dish.   China. c. 1600. 9" D.
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Chinese Export Cabbage Pattern Covered Vegetable Dish
Rectangukar, with chamfered corners, decorated overall with butterflies amidst the leaves, the interior also colorfully decorated.
Original lid and in fine condition but for some rubbing of the gilding at the rim and the knop; a desirable example of this uncommon pattern.   China. mid-19th century. 9 1/4" x 7 3/4" x 5"H.
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Chinese Ming Period Ceramic Stem Cup
With underglaze blue decoration; probably from South China and destined for export to Southeast Asia.   China. 15th.16th century..

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Chinese Mirror Black Small Mei P'ing
The vessel well formed and with deep uniform color, the rim glazed white; knife pared foot.
Fine condition.
  China. 19th century. 6" H.
Price: $550.00

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Chinese Porcelain Mei P'ing
The rich sang de boeuf glaze contining to the foot; the base unmarked.   China. 18th century. 10" H.
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Iron Rust Jar
 
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