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Indian earthenware vase of baluster shape with floral pattern.
A stained ivory figure of a standing scholar or deity in long sleeved robe with right hand across chest. Qing Dynasty.
A chinese soapstone grotto, carved with a central Buddhist Deity flanked by two attendants.
Fretted round cover made from Indian silver with moulded and cut decoration of formalised flowers.
A Himalayan ivory figure carved as Tara seated in typical lalitasana with her right foot on the padma flower, her right hand expressed in a mudra.
Ivory arm/wrist rest with stand, carved with rocky landscape and ivory scholars in a wooded mountain retreat. On the reverse is a poem/inscriptions in three sections.
An elegant ivory figure of the Taoist immortal Chung Li Ch'uan, holding his fan with the right hand, standing holding fan and staff.
A soapstone figure of the Taoist immortal Lan T' sai-ho, wearing flowing robes. She has her hands clasped on her chest. Qing dynasty.
One of a pair of stone figures depicting two recumbent Buddhistic lions looking to the right and left, each with wood stand.
A soapstone carving of a standing Taoist immortal, probably Vhang Kuo-Lao or Chang Kuo Lao with his bamboo tube.
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.