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An elegant ivory figure of the Taoist immortal Chung Li Ch'uan, holding his fan with the right hand, standing holding fan and staff.
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 stained ivory carving of a scholar or immortal holding a fan and flywhisk, possibly Chung Li Ch'uan.
A stained ivory figure of a standing Chinese handmaiden. Holding a baby boy in a parody of the Virgin and Child.
Ivory figure of a Ming official or Ts'ao Kuo Ch'in wearing long sleved robes and cap with a high rear edge, standing holding a ivory tablet.
A Wucai vase, decorated with four mythological animal heads in blue enamel and writhing dragons beside flowerheads and scrolling foliage.
A soapstone carving of a standing Taoist immortal, possibly T S'ao Kuo-Chiu holding a pair of ceremonial court tablets, including wood stand.
A Sancai glazed roof tile with modern stand, modelled as Shoulao holding a peach. He wears long robes.
Ivory figure of a Chinese deity, possibly Zhongli Quan or Chung Li Ch'uan with fan.
A Chinese carved ivory cup of oval outline, its handle formed from a gnarled leafy branch, supporting a flowering magnolia and peach like fruit.
A spinach green jade carved as a recumbent Chinese bearded scholar in long sleeved robes serving tea beside a crawling child. Qing Dynasty.
A soapstone carving of a seated figure of a Lohan.
A rectangular bronze box lined with red silk, on six feet.
Elegant famille rose trumpet shaped vase, decorated with peony and other flowers, issuing from rockwork and a landscaped garden. One of pair with OC92.