A Gilt Copper Alloy Figure of Vajrasattva, Nepal, 14 - 15 Century, 13,3 cm.
An Imperial Peachbloom Glazed Chilong Porcelain Vase, Kangxi Period, 22 cm.
An Archaic Style Jade Figurine, Qing Dynasty, 11 x 5.8 x 3.8 cm.
A Pair Of Fine and Rare Black-Ground and Green Enamelled Dragons Vases, Qianlong, 19 cm.
Gong Xian (1619–1689), ink and color on silk, with artist seal, made in a special style of Chinese landscape painting called Qinglu Shanshui which uses mineral dyes to complete the artwork, 112 x 39.8 cm.
An Archaic Style Jade Figurine, Qing Dynasty, 7,5 x 5,5 x 4 cm.
An Archaic Style Jade Vessel, Tang Dynasty, 13 cm.
Xu Beihong(1895-1953), ink and color on paper, hanging scroll with artist seal, 135 x 50 cm.
A Chinese Etched Ivory Brush Pot, marked on bottom, 11.4 cm.
Gai Qi (1773-1828), Ink and color on paper, hanging scroll, 174 x 47 cm.
A Bronze Spear Head, Probably Shang Dynasty, 30.3 cm.
A Chinese Cloisonne Enamel Jardiniere, 18 - 19 Century, quatrefoil shape, the rim with a bold key pattern, the bodies with blue reserve panels of peonies within a scrolling flower border and on four decorated bracket feet, 19 x 14 x 8.5 cm.
A Chinese Porcelain Cat Figure on Wooden Stand Probably Kangxi (1662-1722), length 15 cm.
An Archaic Style Cloisonné Enamel Vase and cover, Qing Dynasty, 18th Century, 90 cm.
A Winter Hat Belonged to Feng Wei Qun the Manchu aristocrat in the middle of the Qing Dynasty.
A Rare Carved Rhinoceros Horn Seal, Ming Dynasty, 6 cm.
A sapphire-blue faceted glass vase, Qing dynasty seal mark, 24.5 cm.
A sapphire-blue faceted glass vase, Qing dynasty seal mark, 23.5 cm.
An Imperial pair of sapphire-blue glass vases, Qing dynasty seal marks, 22.5 cm.
A Kesi Civil First Rank Badges with Crane Insignia, China, Qing Dynasty, each one 29 x 29 cm.
An Imperial pair of sapphire-blue glass vases, Qing dynasty seal marks, 26 cm.
An Embroidered Military Officials Rank Badge of a Qilin, Buzi, China, Qing Dynasty, 33 x 33 cm.
An Embroidered Rank Badge, Buzi, 23,5 x 23,5 cm.
A 14 Lanzhou Engraved Gourds by Wang Yun Shan(???), China 1940 50's.
Japanese Meiji period, large silver tray, exceptional and magnificent quality, double walled, chased, embossed and applied with dragons in very high relief, with dragon-form handles and spouts applied with elongated flowing whiskers. Hallmarked with the Junjin marks (950+) and silversmith marks, 44 x 30 cm, 3110 gr.