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A stained ivory figure of a standing scholar or deity in long sleeved robe with right hand across chest. Qing Dynasty.
A wooden stand/rectangular table decorated with two carved dragons with a flaming pearl.
A late Ming Dynasty wood sculpture carved as a young boy seated astride a Buddhistic lion.
Rectangular, bronze stand on four feel, with base has a single line inscription.
A bronze vase with trumpet neck and mythological animal heads from which their toungues are handles.
One of two, Canton (Guangzhou) export framed painting on rice or pith paper, one of a punishment scene.
Ivory figure of a standing scholar Ts'ao Ku Ch'in, one of the eight taoist immortals, wearing court dress and carrying castanets. Early Qing dynasty.
Ivory figure of (Kwan Yin) Guanyin, the Budhist diety, carrying a child and 'rosary'.
Ivory figure of Chung Li Ch'uan with long flowing beard and two knots of hair either side of head.
A large bronze cast as a Chinese scholar, probably the Taoist immortal Chang Kuo-lao riding his paper mule.
A lightly stained ivory carving of the Buddhist monk Putai Hwo with a group of eleven children.
A hardstone circular bi, decorated on the reverse with typical studs, the obverse depicting confronting dragons and cloud scrolls.
A soapstone carving of a seated figure of a Lohan.
Stained ivory of a Lohan holding up a dog or small animal in both hands. Wearing flowing robes with left shoulder bare.
Ivory figure of a scholar or immortal, Ts'ao Kuo Chin wearing a crowned hat, left hand holds castanets, right hand holds a flywhisk. Qing dynasty