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Coffered Robe Trunk

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This rustic pine trunk dating from the Qing dynasty projects quiet harmony and balance. Simple in design and bare of ornament except for its brass hardware, the trunk epitomizes the austerity of classical Chinese furniture design. Made in Hebei province around 1850, the trunk provided storage for robes and other garments.

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Price: $4,880

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Description: Contemporary artist Taikkun Li designed this delightful porcelain cola bottle. Painted with a scene reminiscent of the Ming Dynasty’s famous blue and white ceramics, this bottle deftly combines old and new, East and West. Taikkun Li's work blurs the boundaries of design, sculpture, ceramics, film, and photography, with an emphasis on combining modern global branding and traditional Chinese design. His projects are extensively published and exhibited in the U.S., Europe, and China.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $458

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Blue and White Covered Double Happiness Jar

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Painted with the characters for "double happiness," this covered blue-and-white porcelain jar dating from the turn of the 20th century was likely given as a bridal gift. Decorated with a wish for love, happiness and a great life, the jar would have served the couple as a food storage vessel. The little dog figure that serves as the lid's knob acted as a symbolic protective figure.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $388

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Puddingstone on Stand

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Puddingstone is named for its unique composite nature, suspending numerous multicolored pebbles that resemble raisins in a pudding. Historically, it has been favored by artists and calligraphers as an ideal surface on which to place scrolls for painting. This stunning example was formed in China’s Shandong Province many thousands of years ago and has been shaped by hand into a smooth oval to reveal its distinctive markings. This stone is mounted on a custom steel mount, for display, like the stones ancient Chinese scholars kept in their studios as sources of inspiration.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,580

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Raised Sword Leg Side Table

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This exquisitely crafted shallow side table was made over a century ago in the Shanxi region of China. It is made out of Northern elmwood with Classic mortise and tenon joinery, carved “sword” legs, simple spandrels and an apron with subtle reveals. The slender sword legs are beautifully balanced upon carved small pads which gives the table an uplifting air of sophistication, lightness and elegance. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Vaishravana Thangka

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Thangkas are devotional paintings used in by Buddhists in their homes, in monasteries, or temples. It’s remarkable that this beautiful 19th century thangka survives and in such lovely shape—the paintings were often rolled and unrolled many times, and marred by water stains or soot from temple candles. The red, green, blue, and orange pigments on the central deity and surrounding figures are almost as vibrant as the day they were painted.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Monumental Incised Stone Jar

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: These jars are made of solid stone, stand over two feet in height, and so command attention in any room. The precisely incised line work and beautifully textured surface lend an organic beauty, that feels more like a work of nature than a product of man. These grand stone jars are perfect for the garden or would make the ideal indoor planter.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,280

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Lacquered Footed Trunk

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Brass hardware sets off the warm glow of this fine-grained, 19th century lacquered trunk--likely originally used to store clothing because homes at the time did not have closets. The footing at its base is not only decorative but designed to protect contents from ground moisture and allow air to circulate beneath the box. Tongue and groove joinery finishes each side of the trunk, highlighting the trunk's masterful construction. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,880

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Shanghai Deco Bar

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This beautifully crafted deco bar was carved by hand out of esteemed rosewood in 1930's Shanghai. The design was heavily influenced by the Art Deco movement in the West that was brought to Shanghai by Europeans during the economic boom of the early 20th century. Each of the doors are carved with a floral cartouche. The ribbed front, rounded ribbed shelves and legs are pure deco, while the rosewood is pure Chinese—a wonderful expression of the way West met East during this time period.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $12,800

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Coral and Turquoise Gau Amulet Box

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This amulet box (also called a gau) was made in Tibet over a century ago. It probably once held a protective, religious relic or was used as a portable shrine. The body is finely crafted out of silver and is adorned with turquoise and coral—two of the “five sacred stones” of the Tibetan Buddhists, used to symbolize the life force energy. This exquisite treasure is mounted on a custom iron stand; one small piece of turquoise is absent.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,280

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Pair of Spindleback Prosperity Chairs

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Carved coins, which represented prosperity, appear to be held in place by stretchers carved to look like ropes beneath the seat of these 19th century Chinese elm wood spindleback chairs. The chairs have unusually bowed spindle arms. The original lacquer is smoothly worn and deeply patinated after over a century of use.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,280

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Monumental Burl Wood Chair

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This rare, natural form chair was purchased from a collector of burls who spent years scouring the Chinese countryside looking for interesting specimens. Burls are sometimes mistaken for rootwood, but in fact, come from trees that have developed large knots. These knots result in unusual forms and grains that twist and turn like this chair that naturally embraces. It's wonderfully worn texture calls to be touched.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $8,800

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Six Door Six Drawer Provincial Coffer

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This monumental coffer was made in China’s Shanxi Province and is emblematic of 19th century Chinese furniture design: thoughtful proportions, select timbers, solid brass hardware and masterful mortise and tenon joinery. The flush panel doors were designed with extended dowels at the top and bottom that ingeniously fit into the upper and lower frames. The lacquer has aged beautifully over time, the timber revealing itself from within, lending great character to the original finish. One hundred and fifty years ago, the chest might have served as a family’s altar, where they paid respects to their ancestors. It would also have provided necessary storage, concealing everything from silks and embroidery to household tools. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $8,180

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Chinese Apothecary Chest

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This 19th century walnut chest was originally used by a Chinese doctor or pharmacy to organize and store herbal medicines. It has thirty drawers, each beautifully dovetailed together with multiple compartments. The red paper labels that designate the contents originally stored within also work to create a wonderfully graphic rhythm to the overall look of the chest. It is a statement piece brilliantly constructed with mortise and tenon joinery.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,880

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Huanghuali Table Stand

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This petite display stand was designed in the 18th century as a fine display stand and constructed of a highly coveted and extinct hard wood, huanghuali. The wood was prized for its fine swirling and "mysterious" grain, often believed to reveal faces and ghosts. This table is exemplary in that two swirls on the main surface can easily be interpreted as a pair of eyes and another as a mouth.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,800

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Horn Libation Cup

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This unique naturally formed libation cup was made over a 100 years ago out of an ox’s horn. For many centuries herding animals like ox and sheep was a way of life in Mongolia and so trade items and those used in daily life were often made out of animal skin or horn. Their ancient nomadic ancestors often used ox horn cups filled with local libations to toast when they made an alliance.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $680

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Pair of Shih So Vases

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: With a flaring lip and striking profile, connoisseurs often refer to these exquisite vases as “turnip-shaped”. Each was crafted out of bronze over two centuries ago, and is decorated with a silver inlaid garden scene. The bases are signed with the name “Shih So”. A highly skilled craftsman would have created each pattern by hammering thin strips of silver into the carved, bronze surface.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,880

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Pair of Porcelain Famille Verte Scenic Vases

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: These charming vases were made during China’s Republic Period but the style, Famille Verte, is centuries older. These porcelains have drawings with a more integrated, charming rhythm, and true perspective. The whimsical scene is painted in vibrant blues, greens, and yellows. It includes lush gardens, pagodas, scholars playing the game of Go, and boys fishing by a pond.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,980

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Trailing Vine Display Cabinet

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: It is highly unusual to find a 19th century Chinese display cabinet with intricately carved doors, rails and side panels. The elaborate floral carved side panels and rails and vine carvings on the doors are superb. Likely this exemplary cabinet was used to display curiosities and antiquities in a scholar's studio.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $12,800

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Eastern Turkestan Pictorial Carpet

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This Khotan carpet depicts an elk and large tree on a Hillside landscape in front of a persimmon field. Surrounded by a triple border, first Greek key, second Chinese Shou character (long life) and third bats in flight.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,800

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Zitan Brush Pot

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: A brush pot or bitong, such as this one, was often found among a scholar’s brushes, inkpot, and inkstone. This beautiful example is carved from zitan, a highly prized rare and slow-growing hardwood. Mother of pearl and soapstone inlays embellish the brush pot with images of delicately flowering prune branches with a poetic inscription and the artist’s signature.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,280

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Belt Buckle with Rock Crystal and Green Quartz

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This 19th century Chinese belt buckle features an exceptional specimen of rock crystal flanked by two jade cabochons. The 19th century was an interesting period for fashion. Eastern and Western designers were influencing one another, and this buckle exemplifies this cross-cultural effect. It looks different than Chinese buckles from previous eras, but the crystal set into the hand-tooled brass has clear Eastern influences.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,480

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Rosewood Mirror with Boxwood Inlay and Original Glass

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: It’s rare to find an antique Chinese mirror with its original glass. Made in Northern China around 1850, this mirror has remarkably survived the passage of time with its glass intact. The elegantly simple yellow rosewood frame and backing have also maintained their lustrous finish, achieving wonderful character over time.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,880

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Set of Four Scholars Screen Paintings

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Since the 12th century people in China have used folding screens and doors to partition and decorate their homes—the vivid scenes backing the screens added life and color to a room. This unusual set of four 19th century guache and ink paintings of scholars would have backed a wooden screen in Northern China. Each scholar is painted with a frame and abstract dragons, symbolizing strength. The four paintings are floated on linen and framed behind glass.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $16,800

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Ming Cloud Dragon Textile

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Ming dynasty textiles are extremely rare because the delicate silks and brocades wear away with time. This beautiful gold and black textile has survived the past four hundred years, and even after all this time the yellow thread is still arrestingly vibrant. Dragons were generally reserved for royal robes—this sample probably comes from the robe of a wealthy aristocrat—and the repeating cloud patterns represent never-ending fortune and luck.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $3,680

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Table Screen with Mirror

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Screens served numerous functions as portable architecture in Chinese homes. The largest examples section off entire rooms, allowing a family to shape the spaces in their home to any need. Smaller table screens, like this one, were often used to block drafts and other intrusions on a scholar's workspace. Like every aspect of a scholarly studio, the screen would be ornamented with images that inspired contemplation and focus. This rosewood example is carved with auspicious flowers and fruits, a constant source of well-wishes for the observer. The mirrored surface of the screen provides the viewer with a direct relationship between themselves and these symbols of prosperity.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $12,800

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Polychrome Buddha

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Figure of Buddha depicted seated in dhyanasana on a double lotus base with his left hand in dhyanasanamudra and the right hand raised. Wearing a draped sanghati with his hair in tight knots surmounted by an ushinisha. There are traces of gilt, red and green lacquer on the surface.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $3,880

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Meditation Stone  Table

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: For centuries, Chinese artists & scholars have appreciated meditation stones as inspiration for painting, poetry and calligraphy. The minerals in this Chinese "colorful" stone appear as a white, greenish gold, grey, and pink abstraction. This stone slab has been custom mounted on a steel base making it a chic and unexpected side table.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,980

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Long Altar with Square Spandrels

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: In ancient China, altar tables were used to hold musical instruments or display precious jades and porcelain. This elegant table was made in Northern China over 150 years ago. The clean lines, square spandrels, and square legs have a distinctively modern feel, complimented by the lacquered walnut, which has aged to a beautiful patina.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,280

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Lacquered Elmwood Noodle Cabinet

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Lacquer must be applied slowly, brushed on in long fluid motions. A high-quality finish may take thirty or more coats, and so creating a cabinet like this is extremely time-consuming and costly. This 150-year old Elmwood cabinet from Northern China has a dramatic beauty with simple, clean lines that sweep upward, brass hardware, and rounded moldings that resemble noodles and give the design its unique name. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,880

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Pair of Early 20th Century Chinese Low Lattice Front Cabinets

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This pair of early 20th century elm wood low chests from Northern China have lattice doors and C-shape hoofed feet. Creating traditional lattice was like putting a puzzle together; very different from making fretwork by carving or perforating a solid panel. Short pieces of wood were mortise and tenon-joined together with long pieces of wood to make geometric grids, like the ones on the doors. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $3,680

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Pair of 19th Century Chinese Southern Administrator's Chairs

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This pair of 19th century elm wood administrator's chairs are from Northern China and feature carved back splats with auspicious motifs including flowers in vases and aprons archaistically carved into bats, symbolizing good fortune. The spindles supporting the arms are unusually shaped and the original lacquer has aged gracefully over time. All of the surfaces are smoothly worn and deeply patinated. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,880

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19th Century Chinese Floral Etched Melon Shape Limestone Stool

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This strikingly handsome seat was carved from a solid piece of limestone in China’s Shanxi Province over 150 years ago. It is shaped like a melon, which is an ancient Chinese symbol of fertility and is incised with flowers and leaves. It likely sat amongst the flowers and trees of a Qing dynasty home.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,880

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20th Century Chinese Two Beauties Globular Jar

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: The Qing Dynasty artisan who painted this 19th century vase conjured a lovely scene of domestic tranquility: two Chinese beauties seated in a courtyard as children play nearby. This vase gives us a glimpse of a idealized family life of the past. The brushwork is incredibly detailed, a testament to the artisan’s skill. The jar was acquired from an esteemed collector.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,880

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Gilt Bronze Guanyin

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This majestic statue is a portrayal of Guan Yin, an enlightened bodhisattva of infinite compassion well known among East Asian Buddhists. She wears a serene expression and is seated on an exquisitely detailed lotus blossom throne with her attendants standing to either side. The name Guan Yin means, "Observing the Sounds of the World," to show that she hears prayers and helps people in need.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,880

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Pair of 19th Century Chinese Chainlink and Floral Lattice Panels

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This pair of elaborately carved early 19th century Chinese courtyard panels feature intricately carved lattice comprised of chain links connected with floral blossoms. This complicated lattice pattern was brilliantly created by interlocking carved pieces. There are multiple dimensions to the lattice. The bottom panels are carved with potted plants and vases with flowers and surrounded by four flying bats. The word "bat" in Mandarin sounds very similar to the word for good fortune, which is what bats have come to represent in Chinese culture. This pair of lattice panels is one of the most extraordinary we've seen in our 20 years of collecting.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $8,800

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Wish for Longevity Handscroll

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Cao Qi, a noted 18th century Chinese painter frequently painted traditional florals. This unusual ink painting of an almost mythical cat poised on a mountain by Cao Qi was likely painted in honor of a birthday. We know this because the Mandarin word for cat is the homonym for the word symbolizing a wish for longevity. Each of the four seasons are represented in the finely rendered flowers. The blossoming narcissus are associated with a promise for Spring, good luck and growth. The scroll is dated 1746. The characters in the upper right are a poem alluding to nature, hope and a long life. There are two artists seals.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,680

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Chinese Chrysanthemum Stone

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Chrysanthemum stones, formed hundreds of millions of years ago, are appreciated for their naturally occurring calcite or celestine crystals, which resemble chrysanthemum blossoms. Our artisans in Shandong carved this specimen to add dimension to the crystals. Chrysanthemums symbolize autumn, endurance, and long life, making this stone a beautiful object for meditation. It is best to appreciate chrysanthemum stones indoors, as the black field of the rock is a soft shale-like material and will chip if kept outdoors in extreme, particularly icy, conditions.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $980

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Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: Prized for their unique formations, scholars' stones are sculptural objects of contemplation that have inspired Chinese artists for hundreds of years. Evocative "Autumn Moon" is distinguished by a circular void naturally formed within its curved contours. The opening resembles an autumn moon, which is known as a larger and more colorful lunar state that traditionally symbolizes prosperity, happiness and family reunion. There is no one reading of a scholar’s stone. They are wonderfully suggestive forms that are open to interpretation and can be simply celebrated as abstract sculpture. The finely grained and delicately textured limestone of "Autumn Moon" is known as Lingbi. Like every great scholar’s rock, “Autumn Moon” is beautifully balanced and complemented by the raw character of its hand-carved wooden base.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,880

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19th Century Chinese Round Leg Wine Table

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This exquisitely crafted elmwood table was made over 150 years ago in the Shanxi region of China. The simple and sophisticated construction is dramatically highlighted by the way the spandrels come together with the spirited apron motif to create a silhouette that is very modern. A table of this proportion would have originally been used in a traditional Chinese home as an incense stand, for serving wine or for displaying potted landscapes or other collectibles.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,980

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19th Century Chinese Black Lacquer Table with Gilt Coins

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This wonderfully light and balanced early 19th century lacquered table is elegantly proportioned. The geometric apron and stretchers are supported with gilt coin shapes and the ridged legs resemble the form of chrysanthemum blossoms. The table maintains its original rich black lacquer finish. Masterful mortise and tenon construction join it together seamlessly, without the use of nails or screws.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $10,800

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19th Century Chinese Monumental Root Table

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This mid 19th century spectacular, gnarled monumental table was adapted from a centuries old tree root. At the time, it reflected a cultivated taste for nature's peculiar effects and humble associations that was widespread amongst a cultured group of Chinese artists and literati. Like a scholar's rock, it most likely lived in a artist's studio to inspire creativity with its spontaneous, wild and natural beauty. The well-worn, warmly patinated surface speaks to its age and calls to be touched.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $9,800

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Pair of Japanese Silver Inlaid Iron Stirrups

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: This pair of silver inlaid iron stirrups was made in Japan over two hundred years ago. Stirrups (called abumi) were used in Japan as early as the 5th century; the open sides were designed to keep the rider from catching their foot and being dragged. These handsome stirrups are inlaid with silver, bronze, iron, and decorated with gold dragons fiercely grasping flaming pearls.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $7,880

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17th Century Japanese Gilt Bronze Tripod Incense Burner with Lotus

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: A refined aristocrat may once have used this unique bronze incense burner. It was made during the Edo period, but incense has been part of Japanese culture since ancient times. In the twelfth century it became popular for aristocratic warriors to hold ceremonies where guests took turns comparing the unique aroma of different types of incense.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,880

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18th Century Chinese Ming Tapered Cabinet

Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: The essence of Ming furniture is fully expressed in the simplicity and graceful presence of this 18th century Southern elmwood two-door cabinet. It is traditionally tapered, with round legs and austere doors that span top to bottom. Given the harsh conditions that furniture was subjected to during the last two centuries of China's history, it is rare to find a cabinet with original lacquer as beautiful as this, most of which is intact but heavily crazed. Only such a fine cabinet would have been lacquered evenly on the front and the back. The finish on the back remains in splendid condition, as it faced the wall and was less exposed to the elements. 

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $32,800

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Ships From: Chicago, IL US

Description: The term byobu means “wind wall” and as the name suggests painted folding screens, like this one, were originally used in Japanese homes to block drafts of air. The oldest screens date back to the 9th century, but over the years the designs developed and became less functional and moved towards the purely artistic. Waters Edge was painted in the 1970s and beautifully combines this ancient craft with the artist’s personal style and modern aesthetic. Signed.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,480

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