A Japanese Sumidagawa or Banko pottery figural tea pot with multiple faces or mask images. A charming piece with bamboo handle impressed mark on bottom. Measuring approx. 7 inches tall from bottom to top of handle in excellent condition.
Sumida pottery is a heavy, brightly glazed pottery and often has human and animal figures attached as reliefs. This pottery has its name from the Sumida river in an area near Tokyo. The origins of Sumida pottery are in the mist. It is probably a creation of a family of potters from the nineteenth century. Sumida pottery was probably produced mainly for export to the West.
A fine pair of early covered vegetable servers rare multi colored design. Both in excellent condition one minor chip to underside of one top.
Chinese Export porcelain famille verte bowl c. 1840 and exquisite piece finely hand painted in blue green and yellow enamels with a floral motif with bat designs on out side of bowl. Measuring approx. 9 3/4 inches across and 2.5 inches deep. In excellent condition some wear associated with age. A fine decorative antique would be a great display piece or for utilitarian purpose as well.
Green Jade carved bat brooch or pin China circa 1900 with a silver filigree backing and pin mount. A fine quality translucent jade the brooch in excellent condition measures approx. 3 3/4 in. or 10 cm. wide. This jade brooch would make a fine addition to any jewelry collection.
A fine vintage Navajo Indian Teec Nos Pos rug, woven by Bessie Little Pouch. Featuring a centering double diamond hooked medallion design with geometric accents on all sides, feather pairs in the center, within finely serrated surrounds and a split wing border. Woven in tan, beige, black, red, orange, white and gray. Measuring approx. 6 ft. 4 in. x 3ft. 10 inches in very fine condition.
The Teec Nos Pos style of Navajo weaving is a bold, exciting and elaborate design. Many believe this style developed from pictures of Persian rugs while others see no connection and believe that traders introduced this design to the Navajo People from designs on flour sacks. The name, which means "Cottonwoods in a Circle," comes from a settlement in the northeast corner of the Navajo Nation.
Always surrounded by a wide border and filled with an exuberant variety of motifs, Teec Nos Pos style rugs are usually large, and therefore very expensive. An elaborate center is enhanced with stylized feathers and arrows. Steps and angular hooks extend from the points of diamonds and triangles, while zigags are abundant. The many, brightly colored yarns are used to create a visually stunning design in the Teec Nos Pos style.
A fine and rare Chinese Bronze portrait bust of a young woman. In excellent condition with a nice rich brown patina measuring approx. 5.5 in tall with rosewood stand 7 in. or 14 x 18 cm. A fine addition to any collection.
Chinese Export Porcelain plate with an erotic motif of a courtesan and attendants. Hand painted in grisaille with perfuse 24 gold highlights. Measuring approx. 9 inches in diameter In excellent condition no cracks or chips some wear and rubbing to the gold and decorations but still and exquisite example of Chinese export ware.
A beautiful carved wood statue probably Italian circa 1900 measuring approx.
10 inches tall. An exquisite piece with fine detals in excellent condition.
Beautiful set with fine hand painted floral sprigs and 24k gold accents all pieces in excellent condition no chips or cracks some wear to the gold mainly on the sugar bowl handles and lid the previous owners had a sweet tooth. The Teapot measures 5.5 inches tall and 9 inches from spout to handle. A very fine example of Japanese porcelain art.
Chinese antique jade and rosewood opium pipe circa 1890.
A beautiful example with mottled jade bowl in the shape of a fist pipe damper and mouthpiece are also jade the pipe stem is rosewood. Measuring approx. 14.5 inches in length the bowl 2.5 in diameter. A fine example would make a nice addition to any collection.
A fine antique Chinese export porcelain bowl circa from the late 18th to early 19th century.
Featuring Hand painted decorations of Mandarin figures with a floral sprig in the center of the bowl. In excellent condition with no chips or cracks etc. measuring approx. 9 inches in diameter and 4 inches tall or 23 x 10 cm. A fine example would be a nice addition to any collection.
Gorham sterling overlay art glass perfume bottle c.1910. The bottle is an elegant form with intricate silver design work. Hall marked and numbered on the bottom measuring 3-1/4 inches tall the condition is excellent. This piece would be a fine gift item for someone special.
Chinese export porcelain rope handle armorial tea pot with under tray and cup and bowl or saucer c.1790. An exquisite example of custom order export ware with a double heart Cartouche with monogram initials. The set beautifully embellished with decorative hand painted floral sprigs and design work most likely for the American market. In excellent condition no chips or repairs some very fine firing lines or heat crazing but not effecting the overall beauty of this set.
A beautiful example with delicate sliver wire enclosure flower designs on a foil background. Meiji period c.1900 in excellent condition measuring approx. 4.5
A Japanese Banko monkey form art pottery tea pot with a beautiful glazed design robe. An absolutely charming work of this unique Japanese art pottery factory. Measuring approx. 6 inches tall in excellent condition.
Japanese Bronze Flower vase with floral and leaf molded design Meiji period c.1900 artists signed. This stunningly beautiful work of Japanese art measures approximately 14 inches tall in excellent condition some variation in color of patina. A fine example would be a nice addition to any collection. Thank you for viewing.
Staffordshire Transferware Tea Pot
A Beautiful Staffordshire blue and white transferware tea pot c. 1830. Made by Adams the scene is called the Caging Bird picturing a group of farmers outside a cottage putting a bird into a cage. Classic Georgian English lines this tea pot is in excellent condition no damage or restoration. Measures 12 inches in length and 7 inches tall with impressed mark on the bottom Adams Warrantee Staffordshire.
German faience stein or tankard 18th century with hand painted
Chinoisorie decoration in blue on a white body tin glaze. Mounted with a pewter lid and thumb lift engraved with initals and dated 1795. An exquisite example measuring 11 1/4 inches tall and 4 1/4 in diameter. In excellent antique condition one minor repaired chip on the bottom near base( see photo). A rare and fine addition to any collection.