SHANG DYNASTY, 13TH-12TH CENTURY BC The trumpet-shaped neck is undecorated while the middle section, which is set between double bow-string borders, is flat-cast with taotie masks formed by pairs of … Continue reading
Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.). The stem foot casts on the base with foliate scroll reserves on a hatchured ground raised from the center of an integral dish … Continue reading
Pricing available upon request Rare Yuan Dynasty bronze Zun. Archaic dragon decoration. Circa 14th Century. 21 cm wide.
Pricing available upon request Rare form of Chinese Warring State Bronze Bowl. Eastern Zhou Dynasty Circa 4th century BC. 19 cm wide
Pricing available upon request Rare Han Dynasty Bronze Mirror from the J.T. Tai & Co Collection. 20 cm wide.
Pricing available upon request Rare Han Dynasty bronze mirror. Exported from China during the early 20th century, therefore a China mark was stamped on the back which can be removed. … Continue reading
Pricing available upon request Rare Tang Dynasty Silvered Bronze mirror. Depicting story about Confucius and Rong QiQi. Provenance – Frank Caro, New York. 13 cm wide.
Pricing available upon request Ming Dynasty bronze Gui Censor. 15th century. 18th century wood stands. Old Japanese collection sticker on the inside. 15 cm wide.
SOLD Pricing available upon request Rare Shang Dynasty Bronze Jue. Circa 8-10th century BC. Taotie decoration. Archaic inscription under the handle. Ex Mackenzie Walker collection, Washington DC. 20 cm high
Pricing available upon request Important and rare Bronze Ding from the Spring & Autumn Period. 5th century BC. Ex Mackenzie Walker collection, Washington DC. 27 cm tall.