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One of two Canton (Guangzhou) export paintings on rice or pith paper, one of a lady shopping, framed. Late Qing dyasnty. Pair with OC137
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 late Ming Dynasty wood sculpture carved as a young boy seated astride a Buddhistic lion.
A stained ivory figure of a standing Chinese handmaiden. Holding a baby boy in a parody of the Virgin and Child.
A stained ivory carving of a female figure, possibly Xi Wang Mu or one of her attendants, carved beside a smaller figure holding a fly whisk.
Ivory okimono featuring Tokuwa Gozen wearing a hat with her three sons, one a baby held in a shawl tied about her body.
A soapstone figure of a Manchu/Chinese woman.
Ivory figure of (Kwan Yin) Guanyin, the Budhist diety, carrying a child and 'rosary'.
A spinach green jade carved as a recumbent Chinese bearded scholar in long sleeved robes serving tea beside a crawling child. Qing Dynasty.
A lightly stained ivory carving of the Buddhist monk Putai Hwo with a group of eleven children.
Ivory figure of Chinese Buddhist monk Pu T'ai (Putai), with sack, rosary and four children. Three are by his legs, the forth sits on his shoulder.