2016 Collection

Tokyo School Ivory Okimono of monkey and Sarumawashi

Tokyo School Ivory Okimono of monkey and Sarumawashi

Meiji Period

16cm x 19.5cm

SOLD

Figure en pierre ollaire de Luohan

Figure en pierre ollaire de Luohan

Chine, dynastie Qing, fin 17e début 18e siècle

Hauteur: 10,5 cm

VENDU

罗汉由皂石的外观

罗汉由皂石的外观

中国,清代,17世纪底18世纪初

Height: 10.5cm

SOLD

Tokyo School Ivory Okimono di scimmia e Sarumawashi

Tokyo School Ivory Okimono di scimmia e Sarumawashi

Periodo Meiji

16cm x 19.5cm

VENDUTO

Tokyo School Ivoire Okimono de singe et Sarumawashi

Tokyo School Ivoire Okimono de singe et Sarumawashi

Période Meiji

16cm x 19.5cm

VENDU

Famille rose Buddhist Emblems dish, ‘Bajixiang’

Famille rose Buddhist Emblems dish, ‘Bajixiang’

China, Guangxu Period (1875-1908).

15.2cm (6in) diameter

SOLD

东京校猴子和sarumawashi的象牙摆件

东京校猴子和sarumawashi的象牙摆件

明治期

16cm x 19.5cm

SOLD

Soapstone figure of Luohan

Soapstone figure of Luohan

China, Qing Dynasty, late 17th early 18th century

Height: 10.5cm

SOLD

Plat emblèmes bouddhistes Famille rose, «Bajixiang»

Plat emblèmes bouddhistes Famille rose, «Bajixiang»

Chine, période Guangxu (1875-1908).

Chine, Guangxu marque quatre caractères en fer rouge et de l'époque (1875-1908).

VENDU

粉彩八吉祥纹盘

粉彩八吉祥纹盘

中国清代光绪粉彩瓷器 (1875-1908)

15.2cm(6英尺)直径

SOLD

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Un importante pezzo in avorio scolpito dall’artista Isikawa Komei (1852-1913), periodo Meji. È rappresentata una figura seduta con tunica drappeggiata che gioca con una scimmia. Firma sul tamburo con scritta sulla basse “ Komei con Kao”. Supporto in legno.