Bowl

High foot bowl with colourful flower pattern on yellow background. This pattern of flower in China called "Chan-Zhi-Lian" which means wealth,honours and auspicious. It is the traditional decorative ...

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Buddha's throne

This bronze delicately decorated emphasizes the kasaya as well as Buddha's throne which are realized in cloisonné enamels. Lions and tigers guards of Buddha's throne are the symbols of Bodhisattvas, the...

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Candle sticks

Pair of cloisonneware items. This shape of cloisonne is characteristic Qing Dynasty. Before the Qing Dyansty, cloisonne was only blue in colour; the yellow colour appeared in the middle of the Qing

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Ceremonial temple jar

Cloisonne pot with wooden stand. This shape of vase is chracteristic of a Ming Dynasty ceramic called 'Gao Jiao Bei'. The vase was used as a ceremonial pot and placed on each side of an alter table by...

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Cloisonne vase

Cloisonne vase with 2 animals as ears. This shape of vase is typical of a Qing Dynasty. The animal on each side of the vase is called 'Suan Ni' and is one of the 9 sons of a dragon. The lotus flower on...

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Cloisonne vase

CLOISONNE VASE with typical Qing Dynasty characteristics. The shape of the vase is called 'Shang Ping' and first appreared in the Middle Qing Dynasty some 300 years ago. The grain on the vase is the

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Cloisonne vase

VASE.Cloisonne appears in the Ming Dynasty around 500 years ago. In China, we call it "Jing Tai Lan" which means the blue colour ware of the Ming Dynasty's "Jing Tai" period. The only colour of the

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Dhyana-Mudra

This bronze represents the Buddha sat in lotus, in the said position " Mudra of the meditation ". Both composed hands the one on the other one, lose upward, lengthened fingers, rest on legs. Buddha's

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Enamel

Vase with two animal heads holding the ring. The grain on the vase looks like a face of an animal, which is the typical decoration grain of the Shang Dynasty, called 'Tao Tie Wen' and intended to

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Enamel horse

Standing horse.This cloisonne appears in the Ming Dynasty which was around 500 years ago. In China, we call it 'Jing Tai Lan' which means the blue colour ware in the Ming Dynasty's 'Jing Tai' period. The...

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Bronze silver coating pair of lions Small size

Bronze lions sold by pair or by unit also/(H.12 x D.7 x W.12 cm) In China lion symbolises luck, power and dignity. The female is very often represented with her baby under one of her front paws and the...

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