On offer is a Chinese export mother of pearl shell gaming counter. It was made for export to England and Europe where card games where very popular. It is a long oval with an engraved pagoda measuring 5 x 1.4 cm.
Antique ''opium'' hintha bird weights. It is a misconception that these weights were only used for opium when in fact they were mostly used to gauge the weight of daily items found in the burmese market-place.
This antique celadon ceramic vessel is from northern Thailand and was most likely made at the end of the 19 th century when the manufacture of celadon pottery, probably with know-how from Burma, recommenced in the north, particularly Chiang Mai and Lampang.
1892 Bronze ring.... SIZE.....hard to say,but large...measures about 25mm one way and about 17mm the other way...so combine the two and divide by 2...maybe size is about 21 if the ring was round again.
** Layby is available. The buckle is in good condition and has not been cleaned. Makers mark to the back of the buckle. The buckle is approximately 5cm long . Hand painted with gold gilt and a crackled glaze finish.
You are bidding for 2 antique original solid stone natural jade foo temple lions. These were carved out of the original rock and as they took there shape from the carvers hand bits of jade started peeking through.
It is Signed Hiroshige Ga in the Lower Left of the Scene and Shows the 2 Censor Seals only Used Between January 1847 and February 1852 along side this signature as proof of an original Hiroshgie woodblock print.
This is very rare indian erotic wooden block and very best item for erotic collecter. We deal in antique products world wide in successful manners. There is original paint on item at some areas which you can see in images.
A superb gold gilded bronze Nepalese incense burner, in the form of a lion dog holding a beggars tin, front right leg as a walking stick. Traces of gold gilding displays a superb patina consistent with its age.
[ 13] Prior to the emergence of Ganesha, Skanda had a long and glorious history as an important martial deity from about 500 BCE to about 600 CE, when his worship declined significantly in North India.
Rare antique early 19th century Balinese bronze bell depicting either Hanuman or Garuda deity. In excellent original condition (wire inside bell has been replaced). Size: 14 cm H x 6 cm diameter (bell).
By OGATA GEKKO CREATED 1894 to1896. About the artist. OGATA GEKKO lived from 1859 to 1920. He was born an orphan and gained his name when adopted by the renowned artist family of Ogata and given the name Gekko, meaning moonlight, by them.
This elegantly shaped bell is from late 19 th century Burma. This style of bell was worn by horses, and is easily distinguished from other types of bronze Burmese bells by its unique shape with beveled edges.
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