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Ivory carving of Ho Hsien Ku a Taoist immortal.
Ivory figure of (Kwan Yin) Guanyin, the Buddhist deity, seated and wearing a cowl and headdress. Holding a rosary in the right hand and leans on her left arm. Early Qing dynasty.
A late Ming ivory carving of Guanyin, a goddess of Mercy, wearing a headdress and seated with child in her arms in a parody of the Virgin and Child.
A wood sculpture carved as the laughing twins.
A stained ivory figure of a Chinese handmaiden wearing a celestial scarf and holding a flower vase. Late Qing Dynasty.
A Cantonese ivory card case showing three figures underneath a large tree.
A pale 'celadon' jade vase, of square archaic section decorated with a key fret pattern and taotie motifs.
A mottled green jadeite carving of two celestial handmaidens, each one carrying a large peony flower.
Ivory figure of the Taoist Shoulao wearing long sleeved robes and with a flowing beard and a tall, bald cranium. He holds a staff in his right hand and a fan in the left.
A late Ming Dynasty wood sculpture carved as a young boy seated astride a Buddhistic lion.
A soapstone carving of the Taoist immortal Li T'ieh-Kuai holding his crutch and gourd flask.
A soapstone carving of Shoulao the Taoist holding a Juyi sceptre in left hand.
A stained ivory carving of a Buddhist Deity, possibly Maitreya, seated on a double lotus base.
A stained ivory carving of Chang Kuo-Lao standing beside his paper mule.
Chinese rhino horn libation cup.