An antique Chinese lacquerware games box, Qing Dynasty to Republic era, early 20th century, the domed rectangular box with canted edges, raised on bat and claw feet (one foot partly absent), with a fitted tray holding a few antique ivory game pieces, a sin
Prewar Japanese dinner service, maker: Akura Tokyo, floral patterns with gilded rims, comprising 6 dinner plates, 6 soup plates & 5 crescent shaped plates, with their original timber boxes, 1 dinner plate with early repair
A large heavily potted Longquan celadon Barb-rimmed plate, early Ming Dynasty, first half of the 15th century, covered with a translucent green glaze, apart from a burnt red firing ring on the base, the steep cavetto with vertical ribs on both sides, the c
A Japanese two-tiered gold and silver lacquer box and cover, Meiji period (1868-1912), the cover and sides finely decorated with willow trees beside a stream and a water wheel, silver mounted rims and coloured inlaid moon on a black lacquered ground, suppo
A very fine small Japanese gold and silver lacquer Kogo, Meiji period (1868-1912), with silver mounted rims, finely painted in black and silver with an owl on a tree branch, the inside cover and base decorated with a similar treed landscape in black and se
A Japanese Negoro lacquer wrist rest, Meiji period (1868-1912), carved with a long inscription and the artist's signature and one seal carved through the red lacquer, a wood grain finish on the side, the underside in green lacquer, 28.2 cm long, fitted
A nest of Oriental mahogany tables, 20th century, the frame top tables with glass inserts having pierced grapevine decorated aprons and raised on square section legs with horse hoof feet United by humped box stretchers. Height 56 cm. Length 56 cm. Width 30
A large Burmese lacquered box, used for tobacco, betel nut and other herbs, pagan, circa 1920, painted with courtly scenes, detailed and elaborate high walls with a King and his ministers, retains the original trays . Height 22 cm. Diameter 23 cm
A large Burmese lacquered box, used for tobacco, betel nut and other Herbs, Pagan, circa 1920, with roundels painted with astrology animals and emblems, elephants decorate the tall sides, retains the original trays . Height 22 cm. Diameter 23 cm
A Chinese rectangular black and red lacquer box and cover, Late Ming dynasty, 16th -17th century, inlaid with mother of pearl, the top with a horseman and an attendant in a rural setting, within a shaped cartouche, the sides with ducks in a lotus pond with
A blue-and-white 'longevity' box with lid, attributed to the Zhengde period in the inscription, 12.5 cm wide, 12.5 cm deep, 10.5 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia private collection, acquired in Japan in the 1950s
A pale celadon jade and silver mounted mirror, the jade Qing dynasty, 19th century, the oval mirror within a silver frame inset on the reverse with an oval jade plaque carved in relief with a jardiniere of leafy plants flanked by two bats above a rockwork
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