17th C. Figurine of an Immortal with Child

Chinese Porcelain Figure of an Immortal holding a Child, 17th Century
A white glazed Blanc de Chine porcelain figurine with minimal rests of polychrome over glaze enamel.
Condition: error on the back side, further only the typical traces of production and age.

Height: ca. 9 cm

19th C. Famille Rose Figure – Lady

Fine chinese famille rose Porcelain Figure, 19th Century
Figure of a lady, painted in overglaze enamels in the famille rose palette. Thick use of enamel, surface elaborately decorated. On matching bronze stand.
Excellent condition: one small damage, see last photo.

Height: ca. 23 cm (with stand)


Song Figurine of a Dog – Qingbai

Chinese Qingbai ceramic Figure of a Dog, Song Dynasty
An extremely rare Qingbai glazed molded stoneware figurine of a dog. Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).
Condition: restorated, see photos.

Molded figures of this time you can also find at Christie’s Auction.

Height: ca 7 cm

19th C. Bronze – Standing Parvati

Antique Figurine of Standing Parvati, 19th Century, India
Parvati, also known as Urvi, is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love and devotion; as well as of divine strength and power. Parents are Himavan and Mena. Children are Ganesha and Kartikeya.
Excellent condition and good patina.

Height: ca. 10,5 cm

19th C. Bronze – Standing Ganesha

Antique Figurine of Standing Ganesha, 19th Century, India
The elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom. His parents are Shiva and Parvati.
Excellent condition and fine patina – see photo.

Height: ca. 11 cm

18th C. Figurine of an Immortal

Chinese Porcelain Figure of an Immortal, early 18th Century
A white glazed Blanc de Chine porcelain figurine with polychrome over glaze cold paint decoration. Probably Zhang Guolao.
Very good condition – only the typical traces of production and age (some colour missing).

Height: ca 9,5 cm

18th C. Bronze Krishna – Dancing Child

Unique Dancing Bronze Krishna, 18th Century, India
Beautifully bronze Krishna as the dancing child, made in the technic of “lost form”. An unique piece from the 18th Century.
Krishna is one of the most widely revered and most popular of all Indian divinities, worshipped as the eighth incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu and also as a Svayam Bhagavan (supreme god).
Excellent condition – see photo.

Height: ca. 9 cm

18th C. Foo Dog – ‘Buddhist Lion’

Fine Chinese Porcelain Dog of Foo, 18th Century or early 19th Century
Famille Verte, modelled with moving eyes, seated on a plinth with a brocade ball.
Excellent condition!

! A similar piece is in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Collection-Number: AK-RBK-16342-A

Height: ca. 290 mm

19th C. Bronze Buddha – gilded

Gilded Seated Buddha, 19th Century, Rattanakosin Period (1782–1932), Thailand
Gilded bronze Buddha seated in the half-lotus posture, signifying meditation, with both hands in his lap. Thailand, Rattanakosin Period, 19th century.
Very good condition – only some gold lost in couse of use.

Height: 135 mm

Ming Terracotta Buddha – gilded

Large gilded chinese Terracotta Buddha 16th/17th Century, Ming Dynasty
Very fine made, expressive face full of live and character.
Condition: used, a lot gold missing, some parts of the base area missing – but still a impressive piece!

Height: 240 mm
Length: 290 mm
Wide: 140 mm

Buddha Figure – “five boy’s”

Superb Large Chinese Porcelain Buddha Figure 20th C. – Marked
An excellent and large chinese export porcelain Buddha Figure, five chinese boy’s playing,  painted all over in rich colours. The bottom is marked.
Excellent condition, just a little production defect on the foot of the Buddha (see arrow on the photo), all other is perfect.

Hight: 220 mm
Length: 210 mm
Wide: 150 mm