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FINE BURMESE SCULPTURE
This including images of alabaster, bronze and dry lacquer. Included in the exhibition are some fine standing figures from Mandalay as well as the exceptionally fine late 18th century dry lacquer figure, probably from the Shan States, which is illustrated. This Buddha is depicted in that most typical Burmese way, seated in the lotus position, padmasana. His robe is shown covering his left shoulder with a lightly decorated edge hanging down the torso. This is the "southern style" of wearing the r
Pair Of Display Stands
Display stands have always played an important and varied role in the Chinese household, providing decorative surfaces for the practice of painting and calligraphy, for the eating of meals and the playing of games, for display of precious objects, and for the veneration of ancestors.
Lacquered Display Shelf
The furniture on display has been carefully selected over several years, has been immaculately restored in our workshop, and is illustrative of the finest examples of early furniture available in the market today. 20th ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION 20 x 15 x 79" h Shanxi
FINE SILVER FROM LAOS
We are manufacturers of art, craft and furniture. 100% Pure Handcrafted Silver Traditional, Boxes and Ceremonial pieces Made by Skilled Artisans in Laos.
Pair Of Tilework Figures Of Shi-zi
We are manufacturers of furnitures and art and craft. Sue Ollemans has been a dealer in Oriental ceramics and works of art for the past twenty five years. Having lived in Japan and Korea, she went on to study at the Percival David Foundation in London in the 1970's. Between 1980 and 1993 she represented the London dealers Spink & Sons, exhibiting abroad. She currently exhibits at the leading international fairs in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.
THE CHINESE TABLE
In the 18 years we have been dealing in classic antique Chinese furniture, there has truely never been a better quality or selection available on the market to compare with today. For many years we have been specializing in 18th century pieces, however we are now finding wonderful examples from the 17th century as well. Made of fine indigenous woods, such as walnut, elm, cedar and cypress, many pieces still retain their original black or burgundy lacquered finishes. This is a period of great exc
We are manufacturers of Cabinet, table, chair display book cabinet and antique chinese furniture. 49 x 25 x 47" h Shanxi
FINE CHINESE WALNUT FURNITURE
This present for our antumn exhibition, an outstanding collection of 18th and 19th century Chinese Walnut or he tao mu furniture. This is the first show in Hong Kong to focus on furniture made of this fine indigenous wood.
CONTEMPRARY SOUTHEAST ASIAN SCULPTURE
The Khmer Empire of ancient Cambodia, which flourished from the 9th to the 15th century, gave birth to some of the world's richest works of art. At its peak in the 12th century, Khmer civilization extended throghtout continental Sotheast Asia and consumated in the construction of the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat. The sculptural tradition of Cambodia is imbued with grace and spirituality and embraces both Buddhist and Hindu traditions. Unfortunately, in recent years, many of the finest exa
ANTIQUE CHINESE LATTICE PANELS
We present an outstanding collection of finely carved antique Chinese lattice panels and screens which will form the inaugural exhibition at their new retail showroom at 320 King's Road - London, England. Much sought after as stunning abstract works of art for the walls of either modern or traditional interiors by architects and designers, these lattices are made of various indigenous Chinese woods such as yu mu [elm], yang mu [poplar] and shan mu [fir].
Fine Antique Chinese Cabinets
Cabinets came into general use in China after the adoption of the Chair-level mode of living. Although encountered from the 12th century onwards, they were not common until the Ming Dynasty when there were many different forms in a variety of sizes and designs commonly used in households some with very specific uses. These are generally splayed, with wood hinged doors and round-edged tops that protrude beyond the sidepost. Several low pairs, as well as a particularly fine 17th century example
EXHIBITION OF FINE BURMESE LACQUER
The definitive exhibition of Burmese lacquer held at the British Museum last year has created heightened interest in this often neglected, mirror Southeast Asian art form. Accompanied by a beautifully illustrated and well researched catalogue, collectors are now able to establish the dating and provenance of Burmese lacquer with greater confidence. We are pleased this month to be hosting an exhibition of exceptional Burmese lacquer illustrating the whole range of forms and styles. The pieces