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Republic Period Zhisha Tea Pot
Republic Period Zhisha Tea Pot
$1200   item #1246767

Zhisha Tea Pot

Republic Period

Size: Diameter 22cm Height 10cm

Yixing and Zhisha teapots were developed from the height of loose leaf tea culture during the Ming dynasty. Since then, different designs and motifs were created meeting the needs of tea and art connoisseurs in China. This interesting tea pot takes inspiration from the medicinal pots used to boil water and medicine. Traditionally, tea was also considered a medicine and believed to bring longevity to the consumer.

Chinese Agate Carving Lotus Leaf Water Coup
Chinese Agate Carving Lotus Leaf Water Coup
$2,500   item #1246767

Chinese Agate Carving Lotus Leaf Water Coup

19th-20th century

Size: Length 6.5 cm Width 4 cm Height 2.2 cm

Chinese carvings of different motifs, images, and figures using semi-precious stones originate in the early history of stone carvings. Scholars and connoisseurs began to collect and commission works using archaic motifs or literati designs and were displayed in the studio.

Yuan Period Metal Chinese or Tibetan Belt Hook
Yuan Period Metal Chinese or Tibetan Belt Hook
$2,500   item #1246764

Gilt Brass Metal Belt Hook (Chinese or Tibetan Origin)

Yuan Period or Later

Size: Length 8cm Width 4.4 cm Height 1.3 cm

Chinese and Tibetan arts from the Yuan dynasty onwards represent a moment, not only where the Mongol empire stimulated cross cultural exchange in the arts. This belt hook in one way may represent that interchange. The belt hook is thought to be crafted in Tibet but ha distinct Chinese designs.

Chinese Beijing Style Jade Brooch
Chinese Beijing Style Jade Brooch
$700   item #1246763

Chinese Beijing Style Jade Brooch

20th century

Size:Length 6cm Width 3.5 cm Height 1.3 cm

Jade jewelry has been an important part of the accessories of a woman in China since the Qing dynasty. By the republic period, Western dress and designs influenced accessories used by women and new pieces were produced.

Qing Period Colored Enamel Yixing Wine Warmer
Qing Period Colored Enamel Yixing Wine Warmer
Price on Request   item #1246762

Chinese Yixing Clay Colored Enamel Wine Warmer

Qing Period

Size: Length 8cm Width 8 cm Height 11.5 cm

Colored enamels became popular in China when the Jesuits arrived in China during the late 16th century. The enamel glazes and colorful designs became extensively in use during the late 18th to the 19th century. The court and the artists experimented in producing different glazes and enamels, re-creating the different ceramic arts seen in Chinese history.

This wine warmer is one rare example from the Qing dynasty. A similar example is seen in the collection of the Nanjing Museum.

Printed Pair of Calligraphy of Sun Yat Sen
Printed Pair of Calligraphy of Sun Yat Sen
$350   item #1246659

Pair of Calligraphy by Sun Yat Sen (Printed)

Age: Late 20th century (1970-1980)

Size: Length 49" Width 9.5"

Sun Yat Sen is known as the father of democracy in China especially when the Qing dynasty collapsed in 1912. The republic hoped to establish a western style democracy, but also it wanted to modernize China. During this period the culture and art of China evolved blending the old and new.

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