A Chinese huanghuali brush pot with inlays of hardstones and mother-of-pearl, 18th century. the embellishment probably later,, 12 cm high. Provenance: Western Australia private collection, acquired in Japan in the 1960s, hence by descent (by repute)
A Chinese Huanghuali brush pot, Bitong, Qing Dynasty, 18th/19th century, the slightly tapered sides, a fine patina with the distinctive grain, swirls and ghost eyes of the fine wood, the base with a separate plug. Provenance: acquired in Tianjian in early
A Chinese hardwood brushpot with applied metal, to the exterior in high relief of five oxen after the painting by Han Huang (723-787), the base and the interior applied with metal with studded accents to borders, incised four-character mark Jinxian Jushi t
A Chinese scholar's brush pot in huanghuali with exceptional natural wood markings. Qing dynasty 18th/19th century. The slight concave in the body highlighting the mountain ranges and ghost eyes. Condition: Some wear marks
A hardwood brushpot (Bitong), Qing Dynasty, 18th/19th century, possibly 'Huanghuali', of plain cylindrical form, the grain richly figured in varied brown tones with attractive dark patina 14.5 cm. Provenance: Alice Boney, New York 1954 Johnstone and Fong
A large Chinese Huang-Hua-Li carved brush pot, 20th century, the heavily carved pot set with panels of Guanyin and sage in a garden, together with auspicious Chinese symbols. Height 32 cm. Diameter 28 cm
A rare large spinach jade brush pot Qing Dynasty, (1736-1912). Qianlong seal mark finely shaped from one large stone of good semi-translucent colour, supported on three short feet 15.5 cm diameter. Height 15.9 cm fitted huanghuali case. Diameter 18.2 cm
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