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A white jade finger Citron, Qing Dynasty, 18th century, the 'Buddha's hand' fruit with six Co-joined fingers, attached to a leafy branch, a tiny cricket on one finger, the stone of good even tone apart from two tiny traces of skin, 9 cm long, f
An intricately carved and reticulated tortoiseshell cricket cage Qing dynasty, (3), the cylindrical container finely carved and pierced with numerous butterflies fluttering above a densely entwined gourd vine bearing profuse fruit and foliage, the tremblin
A Chinese porcelain blue & white dish, with a central design of a cricket perched on top of stylised rocks, 18th century, the polygon dish made for the export market with a band around the rim below the gilt. Condition: crazing and rim frits
A rare Japanese Arita tea caddy (Chaire) and cover, Edo period (1603-1868), the quatrefoil jar freely painted in cobalt blue, green enamel and iron-red, the opposing sides with geometric striped bands, the other two each with a landscape, one with a cricke
A Chinese export ware blue and white plate, probably later Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, the plate decorated centrally with a flower and pine tree garden with a small cricket enclosed by a border of alternate diaper patterns and floral des
A signed Satsuma cricket cage, probably Showa period, mid 20th century, mark of Satsuma with shimazu family crest, fashioned as a circular reticulated cage with a conforming cover and cricket finial wrapped in a hammock of fabric decorated with a thousand
A Japanese Kutani porcelain cricket cage, the squared box with patterned mons to two faces and fire breathing dragons amidst clouds to the others, with a recessed lattice weave pierced lid with a bow motif; signed underside. Height 5 cm. Width 7.5 cm. Dept
A carved and moulded Chinese gourd 'lotus pond' cricket cage, Late Qing dynasty to Republic period, fitted with ivory rim and top, the top reticulated with 'gourds and vines' pattern, screw-removable, 8.3 cm long. Provenance: Private collection NSW, Purcha
An unusual cricket cage and cover seal mark of Qianlong, of slender hexagonal form, the sides pierced with panels of dragons and foliate scrolls between bands of bats in low relief picked out in brown and gilding, reserved on a similated wood grain ground,
A Chinese Fencai bowl and a green bowl, late Qing Dynasty (early 20th century) and later, the fencai bowl raised on a small circular foot hand painted to the exterior with sprays of peony and other blooms and a cricket, a peach to the centre; the olive gre
A fine Chinese tortoiseshell cricket cage, circa 1930s/40s, of cylindrical form with a fitted slightly domed lid with key fret borders, richly pierced and carved with vines and fruit interspersed with articulated long tailed creatures; incised characters t
A Chinese glass and enamel snuff bottle, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century/early 20th century, of ovoid cushion form the opaque white glass bottle decorated in coloured enamels with a bird flying over flowers to one face and a cricket on a sunflower to
A fine Chinese carved nut and ivory cricket cage, of faceted form with each face beautifully carved with garden and landscape scenes and auspicious symbols, with an ivory rim surmounted by an intricately pierced foliate and floral carved fitted lid; seal m
An Art Deco plastic japanois 'inro' make-up container, the imitation jade and ebony container unscrews in the middle to reveal a mirror and powder puff and cavity for face powder, etc. The decorative glass cage affixed to the top in imitation of an orienta
A group of jade carvings, including two brushwashers, one with chilong and one with figures, one cricket, one with frogs on lily pads, one disk-form, one face plaque and one archaistic desk ornament (7)
A gourd cricket cage, the bulbous body rising to a waisted neck, carved in low relief with 'The Three Friends' and ornamental rockwork in a continuous landscape above radiating petals around the base, the tortoise shell cover pierced, wood mount, rims, fit
A jadeite carving of a vase of flowers with animal head and loop handle, filled with chrysanthemum and other flowering plants and with a cricket resting on one side, using the russet and bright Green markings in the pale lavender tinged stone to highlight
A large Chinese polychrome enamel vase of early Republic period, ovoid form with two sculptured pronounced bat form handles, glazed red with gilt highlights, the body with four shaped panels decorated with a partridge, locusts, cricket, exotic birds and bl
A Chinese bowed cricket cage in carved ivory, damaged, with three sliding hatches, the top with carved and reticulated dragon and fitted with an ivory simulated bamboo hinged handle, together with another cage of similar size. Width 33 cm. Height 12 cm
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