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A rare Tang Dynasty, pottery Silk Road camel trader with stand 618-906 AD, height: 90 cm, length 70 cm. Note: With Ralf Kotalla Thermoluminescence laboratory report

A set of six bronze Chariot fittings, Warring States-Western Han, 4th-2nd Bce, including three axel caps and three yoke fittings, each one finely inlaid in gold and silver with archaic stylised motifs, some with prancing deer and 'Qu Shi' in the centre, ax

A Japanese carved wood figure of an Arhat, early Edo period, 17th-18th century, the elderly rakan seated in meditation in long flowing robes neatly tied at the front, the right hand in Semui-in mudra, the wrinkled face locked in concentration, 51.5 cm high

A pair of flower shaped cups, gold embossed with a ring handle and thumb rest, in the Tang Dynasty Tradition, the design and shape made by a master craftsmen, molded and hand finished, the embossing on each of the eight petals is of figures, some on horse

An Annamese Porcelaneous earthenware lidded pot, painted in red & green on lid, 15th century, geometric painted design around the lid & pot, condition: losses to glaze, height 8, diameter 9.5 cm

A Chinese ding white-glaze cup, 12th century. with later band,, 8 cm diam. Provenance: NSW private collection

A buff sandstone head, the face expressed with a subtle smile, Cambodia, Angkor period, 12th century, carved in the round, friendly eyes below a monobrow, the hair arranged in a tall chignon secured by a foliate tiara tied neatly at the back, height 34 cm

A rare large size terracotta prancing horse, Tang Dynasty, c.618AD - 907AD, with removable saddle and custom made stand, probably comes from the 'Changzhi Region, Shanxi Province. It is molded and modelled in grey earthenware and still has large amounts of

A Han Dynasty dancer 206BC - 221AD, with 2015 Thermoluminescence laboratory report University of Wollongong. Height 30.5 cm (stand not included)

A Chinese earthenware horse, right leg raised, neck arched with head bowed & ears pricked, Tang Dynasty, 8th-9th century, standing on a low plinth, a canal along the neck for mane, a saddle with saddle cloth in pigment, a docked tail, original red & black

A Chinese Ming period, 17th century stem cup with stylised dragon motif to the body, on a carved wooden stand. Overall height 13 cm.

A Chinese Ming period, 17th century blue and white bowl, with calligraphy to the interior and a continuous cloud like decoration to the exterior. 7 cm high, 14 cm wide.

A rare pair of Chinese Tang musician figures with, stands, Tang dynasty (618-907). Height 29 cm, note: with TL test: Thermoluminescence laboratory

A Tibetan ceremonial silver chatelaine, late Qing dynasty, decorated with auspicious symbols, semi-precious stones and animal tooth ivory, attached to a Chinese silver coin with inscription and Guanxu mark, ('Ka Shi Guang Xu Yin Yuan Er Qian'), 36.

A Chinese bronze mirror, Eastern Han dynasty (25-220AD), decorated with dragons in the centre, surrounded by saw-tooth border, with hardwood stand and fitted box, 10.9 cm diameter

A Thai Sawankhlok green deep circular bowl, 15th century the centre with multi-petalled medallion and incised line to the rim, 20 cm diameter, Provenance: The Brake-Lau-Eckermann Collection of South East Asian Ceramics, Textiles and Works of Art, Christie&

A Vietnamese blue and white elegant shaped Jarlet, 15th century, the molded body with fine detailing in bands, a ruyi pattern on the shoulder ending in banana leaves from the slender base. Provenance: from a shipwreck. Height 9.5 cm

A rare Vietnamese water Dropper in the form of a fish with Upturned tail, 15th century, a circular aperture in front of the dorsal fin & a short cylindrical hole in the middle of the mouth, the head is detailed with eyes, the gills in stripes & the

A rare Vietnamese water Dropper in the form of a frog, 15th century, molded in the shape of seated frog with a circular aperture on the back and a short cylindrical hole in the middle of the mouth, the head is detailed in lines & the body decorated wit

A rare Vietnamese water Dropper in the form of a Recumbent buffalo, 15th century, the molded shape delineated in blue, a circular aperture on the back and a short cylindrical hole in the middle of the mouth, the head & chest is detailed in circles &

A Khmer carved grey sandstone head, wearing a Jeweled Crown with a tall cylindrical Stack, a beautiful young face with eyes downcast below a monobrow, mounted on a plinth. Height 18 cm

A Chinese foliate dish with incised decoration, Yuan/ Ming Dynasty, the body with an even celadon glaze, D 33 H 7 cm

A Chinese porcelain carved & Molded bowl, made in the tradition of the Yaozhou Kiln during the song dynasty, the celadon, conical shape is resting on a unglazed foot, D 21

A Chinese 'Sancai' glazed conical bowl, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722), the exterior painted with branches of plum blossom, lotus and chrysanthemum,the interior centre decorated with a small 'Lingzhi', covered with brown, yellow an

A small antique Chinese earthenware vessel, Han Dynasty, 206BC-220AD, attributed, of oval shape raised on a conforming base with flattened side wings; with a timber display stand. Height 4 cm length 10 cm. Width 8 cm

A celadon dish and bowl, the large shallow bowl 37.5 cm diameter with provenance notes stating Ming 15th century, Ex collection of Atjeh Tonkin. The smalled bowl with provenance notes stating early Ming possibly Sawankalok, 17 cm diameter, (2)

Sawankhalok figurine with celadon glaze 16th century (restored)

A Chinese underglaze blue and white bowl, Ming dynasty, 8.5 cm high, 20 cm diameter. Provenance, The Binh Thuan Shipwreck, Christie's Melbourne, 1 & 2 March 2004, Lot 285

A pair of Louis XV inspired French bergeres, carved floral motif and button backed brown velvet, 87 cm high, 75 cm wide, 80 cm deep

A Chinese Han Dynasty Cocoon flask, Burnished finish, circa 206 BC. Provenance: ex John St Albans collection, 28 cm high, 33 cm wide, 18 cm deep

A 1980s Tang period horse, hand painted, 33 cm high, 36 cm wide, 15 cm deep

A Chinese earthenware figure of a seated court lady with mirror, Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD), depicted at her toilette, gazing appreciatively at her image in the mirror that se holds up with her left hand, with rouged cheeks, elaborate fan-like chignon and c

A large Chinese earthenware figure of a 'Fat lady', Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD), modelled standing with curvaceous body swayed to the side, wearing a long, loose robe, her delicate hands touching, her full face with a serene countenance, with rouged cheeks,

A Donsong bronze bell, Vietnam 1000 BCE - 300CE, in the form of a stylized figure with ancient green blue patina due to the copper content of the metal. Provenance: Parkham place gallery - Cito Cessna, Sydney, Australia / Todd Barlin collection. Height 13.

A fine Taino stone pestle, 1000-1400 AD, Dominican Republic, of dense hard stone carved with a recumbent figure for the handle but the body of the pestle also forms a second figure, minor chips and some white dots of old paint (from when collectors painted

A Chinese Yaozhou carved celadon-glaze 'Chrysanthemum petals' bowl, 12th century, underside repeated of similar decoration, 14.3 cm diameter. Provenance: NSW private collection, acquired from KY fine Art, previously known as Luen Chai about 20 year

A Chinese Yaozhou-Ware carved and moulded 'Three fish' bowl, 12th century, 12 cm diameter. Provenance: NSW private collection, acquired from KY fine Art, previously known as Luen Chai about 20 years ago, Compare a similar example, see Li Zhiyan, Si

A Chinese green-glaze 'Tiger' pottery jar, Han dynasty, with stand, 28 cm high. Provenance: Victoria private collection, acquired in Hong Kong in 1988

A Chinese jizhou tortoiseshell-glaze tea bowl, 12th/ 13th century, 11.3 cm diameter. Provenance: NSW private collection, acquired in the late 1990s to early 2000s

A Chinese lead glazed barn, Han dynasty (206BC-220AD), 27 cm high

A Longquan celadon bluster vase, Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), with moulded floral design, 26.4 cm high

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