Imperial Qianlong period Hetian jade censor. Four character Qianlong mark and period. 10 cm wide. 335 grams. Provenance – Hanhai Auction, Beijing, China
Chinese Ming Dynasty Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup. Most intricate carvings of Lingzhi, Bamboo, and Chi-Long. Circa first half of the 17th century. Custom made wood stand is from the 18th … Continue reading
MING DYNASTY (1368-1644) The washer is carved in the form of a flower surrounded by an intricate openwork network of leafy, gnarled branches bearing various flowers and continuing under the … Continue reading
Pala Period, 11th-12th Century The four-armed god holding a chakra, padma and a shankha, lying on a coiled naga cresting in a seven-headed hood, before a slightly arched panel carved … Continue reading
Pricing available upon request Impeccable provenance! Beautifully carved Jade Cong from Liangzhu Culture, circa 3000 BC. This is the oldest item I have in my collection by 1500 years. Provenance – … Continue reading
Pricing available upon request 18th Century Green and Lavender Jadeite Belt Buckle or Hook. Provenance – Christie’s, New York, The Walter and Phyllis Shorenstein Collection. 8 cm Long
Pricing available upon request 18th century Chinese carving of a jade dog. Hetian jade carved from a riverbed pebble. Very white. 5 cm long
Pricing available upon request Superbly carved Chinese Hetian Jade figure of a lady. 15th Century Ming Dynasty. 7 cm tall.
Pricing available upon request Most delicate example of a carved Hetian jade ducks. Circa 15th century, Ming Dynasty. 5 cm long 38 grams.