Chinese carved boxwood figure of Li Tieguai, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, the Daoist immortal with black glass inlaid eyes, leaning on his gnarled crutch, with a large lotus leaf strapped to his back, on free form root stand (A/F), height 50 cm. Provenance:
A Chinese boxwood figure of a Guanyin, people's Republic era, mid to later 20th century, the traditionally attired serene figure of the Guanyin seated upon a lotus leaf and bud with other naturalistic organic forms, the right hand raised and the left c
A carved boxwood figure of Zhao Yun, depicting the general suited in his amour, holding a infant in his right hand, holding a spear in his left - a famous anecdote in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms where Zhao Yun saved Liu Bei's newborn during the battl
A Chinese carved boxwood iron-crutch Li, wearing robes that barely cover his body, supported on his crutch under his right arm, and holding a spider in his right hand, his gourd suspended from his shoulder, stand 23.8 cm high (without stand)
A Chinese boxwood tug-o-war figural group carving, with name and date Hou zhi Fei 1963 depicting a child's tug-o-war figure group with two dogs, one dog pulling rope at one end. The carving is very fine quality and of exceptional craftsmanship, with intric
A large carved boxwood (huangyang) Guanyin, 20th century, of a light brown tone, the goddess standing in a upright post on a base, dressed in a decorated long flowing robe, her face with a serene expression, her left hand holding a string of prayer beads a
A carved boxwood (huangyang) figure group of a fisherman and a child, 20th century, the old fisherman, bare footed and dressed in a long flowing robe revealing his chest, carrying a clutch of fish and a large hat strapped to a bamboo stick on his shoulder,
A boxwood figure of Guanyin, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, standing on a lotus base above crested waves, wearing a long wide-sleeved robe swept back in billowing folds, her head with well defined features, her high chignon held by a Crown centred with a figu
A fine Chinese boxwood carving of Liu Hai, 18th century, 9 cm diameter, 8 cm high. Seated in a long flowing robe, holding a coin, a toad on his right leg. Provenance: from an important Sydney collection
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