Two bronze bowls, Isan (Northeast Thailand)

Late bronze age

as described by expert Oliver Moore

H 9/9,5 cm, W 12,5/11,2

Ratanakosin Buddha (Thailand)

Ratanakosin Kingdom 1782 – 1932

Approx. 1800

Hands in dhyana mudra position,
head covered with circular locks and
flame ornament (siraspata)

gilded bronze

H 25 cm

 

Signed Japanese Ando Cloisonné Vases

Japanese Ando Cloisonne Vases

Signed Japanese Ando Cloisonne Vases
Finished in high gloss while the foot and lip
of the vases are rimmed in (1) jungin (sterling silver)
and (2, 3) shiny nickel silverbands.
Taisho period: approx.1920

From left to right

1. Jade green: green ground with lighter peony
decoration around the shoulder

H 25 cm

2. Green: with varying green palette enamels
depicting stylized flowers

H 19 cm

3. Yellow: yellow ground with lighter floral
and foliate decoration around the shoulder

H 25 cm

Japanese Ando Cloisonne

Japanese Ando Cloisonne Vase

 

Finished in high gloss
The foot and lip of the vase
are rimmed in Jungin (sterling silver)
Showa period, mid 20 thc.
Including original box

H 34 cm

Provenance: Hotei, Leiden

Kiyomizu Rohubei

Kiyomizu Rohubei VI (1901-1980)

Japanese ceramic flower vase
Egg and spinach glazed pottery
Showa period, mid 20 thc.
Signature on bottom of vase
Including original wooden box
with signature and seal

H 25,5 cm

Provenance: Hotei, Leiden

 

Buddha Nepal

Nepalese buddha

Bhumiparsha mudra

Fire gilt bronze

Aprox. 1980

H 42 cm  W 33 cm

Japanese Meiji vase

Japanese porcelain vase

Japanese 19thc. late Edo period
Kutani porcelain vase with Fuku mark,
and crane decorations

H 46 cm

 

 

Kendi

Burnished red earthenware kendi (water vessel)

stepped at the neck, mammary spout

Majapahit, 14 – 15th century

H 15 cm  W 18 cm

 

 

 

Horse

Early Han Era, probably Shaanxi province, North China

as described by expert Oliver Moore

H 24 cm  W 29 cm

 

Baluse shield

Nias Indonesia

Early 20th century

H 128 cm  W 32,5 cm

 

Keris Lurus Brojol

Kingdom ‘Pajajaran Makukuhan’ (+/- 1130-1150)

Master Artisans: Ki Kanakan, Ki Welang

 

Chinese head (decapitated) terracotta

Early Han Era, probably Shaanxi province, North China
as described by expert Oliver Moore