A pair of handsome dark brown patina’d bronze vases. Each having a bird decoration in relief on the front a back of each vase. 2 dragon head handles also decorate the vase.
Japan, circa 1890.
A pair of 19th century blue and white Chinese vases with the Tao Kwong mark dates circa 1820-1850.
A stunning hexagonal shaped vase with hand-painted scenes of Japanese figures by Satsuma Pottery Ware in Japan, it dates early 20th century. It features a delightful animated folklore scene of three finely dressed Japanese figures in the mountains, it is decorated with embellishments of line, floral, swirls and geometric shapes. Beautifully designed and hand-painted in colours of green, red, orange, red, and brown with accents of gold throughout. Perfect for a unique gift, collectors or decorating the home.
Measures: 12 inches in height x 5 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs.
A 19th century wooden Chinese Lunch or Food box. The black lacquered wood is painted over in gold and orange with birds and flowers. The top handle has a secret opening where the top cannot be opened unless a secret lever is raised which allows the carved handle to slide out of the way and lets the lid be free to open.
3 pieces – body, lid and removable handle.
Measures: 12 1/2 inches high x 12 inches wide x 9 1/2 inches deep.