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Oriental — McKenzies Auctioneers

$287,500
$172,500
$35,650
$14,375










Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
Category:Oriental





LotDescriptionPriceImage
*** Attributed to Wang Qi (1884-1937) painted porcelain fan shape panel, Republic period the panel depicts two men playing a board game with child looking on, and upper left has a series of Chinese calligraphy characters with two red seal marks lower. Height 25 cm. Width 52 cm. Note: Wang Qi was one of the eight friends of Zhushan a key group of Republic decorators revitalising the Chinese porcelain industry after the fall of the Qing Dynasty ***
*** Attributed to Wang Qi (1884-1937) painted porcelain panel, Republic period the panel depicts an old man fishing on a lake beside a covered raft, with two small children looking on. The upper left of the panel, has Chinese calligraphy writing with two red seal marks lower. Height 24.6 cm. Width 37.8 cm ***
*** An important Indian Colonial gold and silver four piece tea and coffee service. The service in the style of an English Victorian design, manufactured of high grade silver with solid gold pierced embellishments, diamonds, enamel work and with turned ivory ball feet. The base of the silver pots are stamped 'D.C. 90', likely a makers stamp and 900 grade of silver. The gold embellishments to the upper rim collars, handle mounts, spouts and lid plates are testing between approximately 9ct and 22ct.… ***
*** A Superbly, modelled pale terracotta Tang horse Tang Dynasty 618-906 AD in a classic Tang style with fine detail and is of an exceptional size. Height 44 cm. Length 45 cm. With Thermoluminescence report laboratory Ralf Kotalla, Germany ***
*** Chinese Tang style horse figure, early 20th century, carved ivory, decorated turquoise and coral cabochons, upon carved rosewood finish stand. Height 14 cm. Length 20.5 cm (on stand) ***
*** Chinese carved ivory Buddha figure group early 20th century, patinated ivory signed under base. Height on stand: 30.5 cm ***
*** A set of 24 Indian Colonial solid silver dinner plates by Barton silver, with makers stamp, early 20th century decorated with Art Nouveau style motifs and engraved 'MJ' - Prince Jah's initials. Diameter 25.5 cm total Approximate weight 13,560grams ***
*** A Chinese carved ivory figure group-Shou Lau 'God of Longevity' depicting Shou Lau clenching a staff and branch with a small child riding a deer by his side. Height 40 cm (with stand) ***
*** A rare and important Satsuma Ware figure group of an old scholar and young pupil c. 1860-1880 Japan, early Meiji period glazed and decorated earthenware possibly a one off production piece signed lower back Tsutsumi-Akira Yoshi-Yu-Hiki mounted on original ebonised base height 52.5 cm (including base) ***
*** A Chinese export ware part dinner service c.1820, commissioned for Nizam of Hyderabad the service is decorated with blue rim gilded border with central oval medallion with Arabic script writing the service comprises of various dinner wares, soup and desert bowls, serving plates, fruit bowls, side dishes and plates, etc., approximately 153 pcs note: some pieces AF, worn gilding, chips, cracks. Provenance: Gregson's sale, Perth 1995 ***
*** A large Chinese/Tibetan censer 20th century, silvered white metal, decorated with repousse work, Buddhist motifs, blue and red cabochon stones, carved jade knob and two jade lower panels height: 85 cm ***
*** Chinese Shoushan stone carving late Qing Dynasty circa 19th century. Height 34 cm (without stand) ***
*** A substantial Chinese carved ivory lidded urn, on carved rosewood-finish wooden stand, depicting intricately carved dragons front and verso with two foo dog-mask handles, and intertwining figural dragon finial, suspended under a pierced carved ivory panel, suspending two carved ring lock ivory chains. Height 51 cm (with stand) ***
*** A very fine cloisonne enamel vase depicts tiger lilies in variable gauge silver wires and using the 'Sculptured wire' technique, (see introductory essay), the mouth of the 6 sided vase is of double walled construction, unsigned but attributed to Hayashi-den or Ando-den, both of Nagoya, or Namikawa Yasuyuki. (See, 'Japanesecloisonne.com' newsletter, number 9. A collectors club newsletter) late Meiji period. Height 24.5 cm ***
*** A carved Oriental ivory figure of a fisherman, with a bamboo rod, lower cane basket and fish, hanging from his belt, signed to base. Height 29.5 cm ***
*** Very large pair of Japanese cloisonne vases Meiji period (1868-1912) decorated in Japanese style motifs, mythical birds and dragons. Height 61 cm ***

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