Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine

Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine

Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine

Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine. A rare miniature figurine of a boy astride a standing water buffalo salvaged from the Tek Sing, partially covered with a dark glaze and the details rendered with various pigments. Measures 6.5cm long and 5.5cm tall. N very good condition – please see all photos for confirmation. The Tek Sing (Chinese, “True Star”). Was a large three-masted Chinese ocean-going junk which sank on February 6, 1822. In an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. The vessel was 50 meters in length, 10 meters wide and weighed about a thousand tons. Its tallest mast was estimated to be 90 feet in height. The great loss of life associated with the sinking has led to the Tek Sing being referred to in modern times as the “Titanic of the East”. Sailing from the port of Amoy (now Xiamen in Fujian, People’s Republic of China), the Tek Sing was bound for Batavia, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia) laden with a large cargo of porcelain goods and 1600 Chinese immigrants. After a month of sailing, the Tek Sing’ s captain, Io Tauko, decided to attempt a shortcut through the Gaspar Strait between the Bangka-Belitung Islands, and ran aground on a reef. The junk sank in about 30m (100 feet) of water. On May 12, 1999, Michael Hatcher discovered the wreck of the Tek Sing in an area of the South China Sea north of Java, east of Sumatra and south of Singapore. The Tek Sing’ s recovered cargo was auctioned by Nagal auctioneers in Stuttgart in November 2000. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Porcelain”. The seller is “jedadiahwolf” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, United States, Japan, Ireland, Germany, Canada, Australia.
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Product: Figurine
  • Age: 1800-1849
  • Primary Material: Porcelain/ Pottery
  • Featured Refinements: Tek Sing
  • Antique: Yes
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original
  • Chinese Dynasty: Qing (1644-1911)

Rare Tek Sing Chinese Shipwreck Cargo Boy & Water Buffalo Figurine
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+

Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+

Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+

Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+. Presenting a Very Scarce Chinese Antique Porcelain Immortal Figurine which I Believe Dates to the Kangxi Period C 1700+. Decorated in Texturised Famille Verte Enamels with Naturalistic Silk Emblems He Holds a Scroll in his Righ Hand and Stands upon a Rectangular Base. Good Antique Condition for vast age, but has a chip to Cord on back of hat, a chip to the tip of scroll and there are chips and firing cracks to base. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “fineantiques4u2day” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Product: Figurine/Statue
  • Age: Pre-1800
  • Primary Material: Porcelain/ Pottery
  • Theme: Spiritual Figure
  • Features: Handpainted
  • Antique: Yes
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original

Rare Kangxi Chinese Enamelled Porcelain Immortal Figurine C 1700+
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed

Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed

Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed

Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare 10 ANTIQUE CHINESE TANG DYNASTY WAR HORSE BRONZE FIGURINE REPRODUCTION. This listing is for the Chinese reproduction bronze figurine of the Tang Dynasty War Horse, in the classics pose. This position can be found in paintings and sculptures of the War Horse dating back to the Tang Dynasty. This sculpture is a representation of one of the six horses the Chinese Emperor T’ai-tsung of the Tang Dynasty (618-908 AD) rode in his battles as described in Chinese history and literature. The horse in the Chinese culture is symbolic with many things related to success in business and life. The horse symbolizes perseverance, hard work, strength and success through high ambition. The horse in ancient times was usually given as a gift to the Emperor, royalty and high officials. Thoroughbred horse racing is still considered as The Sport of Kings. This hand made figure is constructed of heavy solid bronze that is sand casted, hand worked and chemically oxidised verdigris to bring out the natural green coloured patina, characteristic of oxidized bronze. In my (laypersons) opinion the casting is excellent with a finely detailed finished with hardly a sign on the seam on the back of the horse or through the saddle etc. Also the detail on the mane and tail, hocks and hooves and especially the saddle with tassels is superb. Please see photos for the signature under the bronze base. If you can tell me how this translates I would love to hear from you!! ? The bronze horse is finished with a Chinese hardwood base left in its natural colour underneath and dyed black on upper surfaces. This figurine cum desk adornment would make a great symbolic gesture of “strength and success through high ambition” to sit on your bosses, husband’s or your desk to have or give as a gift as an honour for great grades for students. MEASUREMENTS: Height including base 10″ x length 11″ x width 3 3/4. Weight including base: 3.5kg. CONDITION: Beautiful condition with damage. Commensurate with age. If you need more photos or information please message me.. But it was the “golden age” of the Tang dynasty (618-907) – one of China’s most cosmopolitan periods – that the horse ascended to its iconic status. This was the time when ideas and art flowed into China on the Silk Road along with commercial goods reflecting influences from Persia, India, Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. At the beginning of the Tang dynasty the government owned some 5,000 horses. Private breeding developed in northern China, especially in eastern Gansu, Shenxi and Shaanxi, when the government decreed that all militiamen, most of whom belonged to great noble families, should have their own mounts. Before long, public stud farms were established, soon becoming so successful that by the middle of the seventh century the government owned 700,000 horses, and equine cultural reverence was assured. The love of horses also spurred the adoption of the Iranian sport of polo among the Tang elite, meaning horses became among the most desirable and important creatures of the day. Poets and painters, sculptors and potters all paid homage to them. Lavish displays of pottery horses and other artefacts began to adorn the insides of tombs where brightly-coloured tomb figurines were made from low-fired earthenware and intended exclusively for burial. “The potters made an incredible range of models, including entertainers, domestic workers, mothers with children, aristocratic ladies, soldiers, farm animals, ritual objects, cosmetic boxes and utilitarian vessels, ” Lark E. Mason wrote in Asian Art (Antique Collectors’ Club, 2003). Alongside the horses, Central Asian and Tu¨rkic nomads were depicted as horse grooms among the other mingqi (tomb figures) in Tang-era tombs. Advances in technology in the Tang dynasty, including the use of moulds, allowed production on an unprecedented scale. This, in turn, made mingqi accessible to those outside the highest social ranks for the very first time, and Tang horses lost their status. While they exerted fascination among some Western collectors (see Degas’ portrayal of the painter Pierre-Joseph Redoute in front of a cabinet holding a Tang horse) it wasn’t until much later that Chinese dealers were alerted to the West’s growing fascination with them. Is a mixture of basic green or blue copper acetates, which settles on copper or brass. It develops as a result to longer influence of weak acids with mostly organic compounds. Food remainders (fruit acid, acetic acid) as well as animal eliminations (urine acid) are included in the above-mentioned category. Unfortunately these two terms are often confounded and that is why it is frequently said that poisonous verdigris might develop itself on copper garden-devices. In reality a protecting patina layer forms on the devices; this layer protects them and guarantees a long life span. It is out of the question that the food remainders mentioned in the definition above, which can be found in the compost and also be regarded as possible source of organic acids, are the ones causing the verdigris in the practical horticulture. Verdigris develops due to longer effect of acids on copper. Neither the concentration of possibly available acids by food composting nor the duration of the contact between the metal and these acids would facilitate the formation of poisonous verdigris. I try to describe all the items as accurately and as honestly as possible, and I always include photos or scans of the actual items. My items are usually vintage or antique, very rarely new, and condition will sometimes reflect this with minor marks, wear on gilding etc. Anything major such as cracks chips or major loss of gilding etc will be pointed out in the description and shown on the photos. If you are still unsure as to the condition etc. I do my best to research the item and its history and pass that information on to my customers, you can google items and find the same information I do. Vintage or pre-owned items will often show some signs of wear due to their age, and there may be something I overlooked. Any condition outside normal vintage wear, like chips or cracks or serious defaults, will be noted. International buyers please note. Also take a look at my other items for more Asian, cloisonné, Glass, Antiques, Silver, Bronze, Copper, China, Horn, and many other collectables. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “valhbriggs2012″ and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Macau, Monaco, Maldives, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and Tobago, Vietnam, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Aruba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador.
  • Primary Material: Bronze
  • Antique: Yes
  • Original/Repro: Vintage Reproduction
  • Chinese Dynasty: Tang (618-907)
  • Product: Figurine
  • Theme: Animal
  • Features: Signed
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Age: 1900-1940

Rare 10 REPLICA CHINESE BRONZE FIGURINE TANG WAR HORSE DESK WEIGHT 3.5kg Signed
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique

Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique

Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique

Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Rare CHINESE TANG DYNASTY WAR HORSE BRONZE REPRODUCTION. This listing is for the Chinese reproduction bronze figurine of the Tang Dynasty War Horse, in the classics pose. This position can be found in paintings and sculptures of the War Horse dating back to the Tang Dynasty. This sculpture is a representation of one of the six horses the Chinese Emperor T’ai-tsung of the Tang Dynasty (618-908 AD) rode in his battles as described in Chinese history and literature. The horse in the Chinese culture is symbolic with many things related to success in business and life. The horse symbolizes perseverance, hard work, strength and success through high ambition. The horse in ancient times was usually given as a gift to the Emperor, royalty and high officials. Thoroughbred horse racing is still considered as The Sport of Kings. This hand made figure is constructed of heavy walled brass-bronze that is sand casted, hand worked and chemically oxidised verdigris to bring out the natural green coloured patina, characteristic of oxidized brass-bronze. In my (laypersons) opinion the casting is excellently finished with no sign on the seam on the back of the horse or through the saddle etc. Also the detail on the main and tail and clean and clear. This figurine cum desk weight would make a great symbolic gesture of “strength and success through high ambition” to sit on your bosses, husband’s or your desk to have or give as a gift. MEASUREMENTS: Height 8 1/2″ x length 8 1/2″ x width 3 1/2. CONDITION: No damage. Commensurate with age. If you need more photos or information please message me.. But it was the “golden age” of the Tang dynasty (618-907) – one of China’s most cosmopolitan periods – that the horse ascended to its iconic status. This was the time when ideas and art flowed into China on the Silk Road along with commercial goods reflecting influences from Persia, India, Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. At the beginning of the Tang dynasty the government owned some 5,000 horses. Private breeding developed in northern China, especially in eastern Gansu, Shenxi and Shaanxi, when the government decreed that all militiamen, most of whom belonged to great noble families, should have their own mounts. Before long, public stud farms were established, soon becoming so successful that by the middle of the seventh century the government owned 700,000 horses, and equine cultural reverence was assured. The love of horses also spurred the adoption of the Iranian sport of polo among the Tang elite, meaning horses became among the most desirable and important creatures of the day. Poets and painters, sculptors and potters all paid homage to them. Lavish displays of pottery horses and other artefacts began to adorn the insides of tombs where brightly-coloured tomb figurines were made from low-fired earthenware and intended exclusively for burial. “The potters made an incredible range of models, including entertainers, domestic workers, mothers with children, aristocratic ladies, soldiers, farm animals, ritual objects, cosmetic boxes and utilitarian vessels, ” Lark E. Mason wrote in Asian Art (Antique Collectors’ Club, 2003). Alongside the horses, Central Asian and Tu¨rkic nomads were depicted as horse grooms among the other mingqi (tomb figures) in Tang-era tombs. Advances in technology in the Tang dynasty, including the use of moulds, allowed production on an unprecedented scale. This, in turn, made mingqi accessible to those outside the highest social ranks for the very first time, and Tang horses lost their status. While they exerted fascination among some Western collectors (see Degas’ portrayal of the painter Pierre-Joseph Redoute in front of a cabinet holding a Tang horse) it wasn’t until much later that Chinese dealers were alerted to the West’s growing fascination with them. Is a mixture of basic green or blue copper acetates, which settles on copper or brass. It develops as a result to longer influence of weak acids with mostly organic compounds. Food remainders (fruit acid, acetic acid) as well as animal eliminations (urine acid) are included in the above-mentioned category. Unfortunately these two terms are often confounded and that is why it is frequently said that poisonous verdigris might develop itself on copper garden-devices. In reality a protecting patina layer forms on the devices; this layer protects them and guarantees a long life span. It is out of the question that the food remainders mentioned in the definition above, which can be found in the compost and also be regarded as possible source of organic acids, are the ones causing the verdigris in the practical horticulture. Verdigris develops due to longer effect of acids on copper. Neither the concentration of possibly available acids by food composting nor the duration of the contact between the metal and these acids would facilitate the formation of poisonous verdigris. I try to describe all the items as accurately and as honestly as possible, and I always include photos or scans of the actual items. My items are usually vintage or antique, very rarely new, and condition will sometimes reflect this with minor marks, wear on gilding etc. Anything major such as cracks chips or major loss of gilding etc will be pointed out in the description and shown on the photos. If you are still unsure as to the condition etc. I do my best to research the item and its history and pass that information on to my customers, you can google items and find the same information I do. Vintage or pre-owned items will often show some signs of wear due to their age, and there may be something I overlooked. Any condition outside normal vintage wear, like chips or cracks or serious defaults, will be noted. International buyers please note. Also take a look at my other items for more Asian, cloisonné, Glass, Antiques, Silver, Bronze, Copper, China, Horn, and many other collectables. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “valhbriggs2012″ and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French Guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Macau, Monaco, Maldives, Montserrat, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Turks and Caicos Islands, Aruba, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and Tobago, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, El Salvador.
  • Primary Material: Bronze
  • Antique: Yes
  • Original/Repro: Vintage Reproduction
  • Chinese Dynasty: Tang (618-907)
  • Product: Figurine
  • Theme: Animal
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Country of Origin: China

Rare REPLICA CHINESE TANG WAR HORSE BRASS-BRONZE FIGURINE DESK WEIGHT antique
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr

Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr

Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr

Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Hetian jade jasper cattle Size: length 20 cm. Height 10.5 cm Width 7 cm. We will respond within 24 hours. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “montana.antiques” and is located in this country: IL. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Primary Material: Jade
  • Color: Green
  • Theme: Animal
  • Animal Type: cattle
  • Height: 4in. (10cm)
  • Region of Origin: China

Antique chinese Rare carved Hetian jade jasper cattle Figurine 1500gr
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare

Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare

Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare

Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare! Listing for a magnificent Chinese Famille Rose Immortal statue Figurine with highly detailed robe and facial features with open mouth and bushy eyebrows. It measures 9 inches tall. It weighs 1.25 pounds by itself without any packing materials, and I believe it is solid and not hollow. It is in very good condition overall with no chips cracks breaks or repairs except it looks as if he was holding something in his outstretched left hand when you look underneath and see only the top piece left although his left hand seems intact and smooth all around with no rough edges. It is truly a master work of art with early Era quality. Please see my other rare Asian collectibles listings for sale. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “dadet93″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Features: Handpainted
  • Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Chinese Dynasty: Qing (1644-1911)
  • Theme: Men, Women & Children, Spiritual Figure
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Animal Type: Bird
  • Height: 9in. (22.5cm)
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Maker: Guangxu

Antique Chinese Famille Rose Noir Statue Figurine Immortal 9 Hand Painted Rare
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine

Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine

Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine

Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
CHINESE GOD FU HSING CLAY FIGURINE.. HOLDING A HALF FACE BAT IN HIS HANDS. MOST PROBABLY MADE BETWEEN 1800/1860. MARKED FU-HSING AND ALSO MARKED IMPRESSED ROSE.. FACE OF THE BAT LOOKS LIKE A CHIP AT FIRST LOOK BUT ITS ACTUALLY NOT AS THERE IS NO SHARP EDGES AND EXPOSURE OF WHITE CLAY. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “aabu_6325″ and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Primary Material: Clay
  • Antique: Yes
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original
  • Chinese Dynasty: Qing (1644-1911)
  • Product: Statue
  • Theme: God of happiness
  • Height: 6in. (15cm)
  • Features: Handcarved, Handpainted
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Age: 1850-1899

Antique Very Rare. Chinese God Fu Hsing Clay Figurine
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare. This product data sheet is originally written in English. Condition Is Average, See Images Carefully. Images Are It’S Own Description. Size Is 5 X 4 Inches And 15 Inches Tall. One Long Cracks On It’S Face, Which You Can See In The Images. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “ishr2013″ and is located in this country: IN. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Features: Handcarved
  • Color: Medium Wood Tone
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Height: 12in. (30.5cm)
  • Theme: Spiritual Figure
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original
  • Brand: Unbranded

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine

Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine

Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine

Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine. In good condition no cracks or chips. H 7.5cm L 9cm D 8cm. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “dastr-23″ and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French Guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Macau, Monaco, Maldives, Montserrat, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Turks and Caicos Islands, Aruba, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, El Salvador, Trinidad and Tobago, Vietnam.
  • Primary Material: crystal
  • Original/Repro: Vintage Original
  • Product: Figurine
  • Theme: Animal
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Country of Origin: China

Rare Elegantcharm Chinese Horse And Deer Carved Figurine
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare
Condition Is Average, See Images Carefully. Images Are It’S Own Description. Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare. Size Is 5 X 4 Inches And 15 Inches Tall. One Long Cracks On It’S Face, Which You Can See In The Images. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Figurines & Statues”. The seller is “male.ishra” and is located in this country: IN. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Primary Material: wood
  • Sub-Type: Sculpture
  • Original/Repro: Antique Original
  • Product: Statue
  • Theme: Spiritual Figure
  • Height: 13in. (33cm)
  • Region of Origin: Chinese
  • Age: 1900-1940

Antique Wooden Chinese God Longevity Statue Sculpture Figurine Shou Lao Rare