Feeding Dishes and Shutter for Birdcage. Carved Wood. China, Qing Dynasty
Two feeding dishes for a bird cage and a carved panel for opening /shutting. Hard wood, delicately carved with figurative motifs and landscape.
They are more than 100 years old and in very condition.
Size: 2 x 1,5 inches are the feeding dishes, 2,2 x 1 in. is the panel.
collect.at Antiques and unique Collectibles Japan 1900: Hand painted Postcard to Siebenbuergen, Austria: “Kyoto – Japan 1900: Hand painted postcard with view of Fujiyama. International Mail Postal card as Sakura FC4 with additional 2 Sen val.
Kobe and Yokohama transitional strikes.
Sent via America to Post Kristyor – Siebenbuergen. Scarce destination.
Chinese Scroll Painting. Landscape on Silk
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Old Chinese painting, ink and color on silk. Atmospheric landscape painting with monastery in the mountains, waterfall, boat. Decorative. It is app. 100 years old.
Signed: Wang Zihui. (it is not be the important painter of the 17. Ct with the same name).
Size: 38″ x 18.75″ (image size) 47 (58) x 98 (174). Mounted as screen with silk mat. Fine condition.
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Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Vases, Qing Dynasty
Attractive pair of famille rose vases with floral décor (flowers and butterflies).
Blue square bottom mark Yong Zheng nian zhi 雍正年制, but produced later.
Height: 6,7 inches (17 cm). Good condition.
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Korean War. Photo with Chinese Female Soldiers
Chinese Female Soldiers marching with Korean Flag and Korean banners.
The photo is from app. 1951.
13,5 x 10,8 cm. Press photo with violet stamp in Russian and English: Hsinhua News Agency Peking, China No. 36996.
Bend at left side otherwise good condition.
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China Qing Dynasty Leisure Seal by Cui Tian
Qing Dynastie. Grey shou-shan leisure seal by the known seal carver Cui Tian 崔田.
4 characters as actual seal: 特立独行 te li du xing – be unconventional.
Side engraving with name of artist and date 1895.
14 x 14 x 43 mm, good condition
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Tang Dynasty Vase 唐朝花瓶
China, Tang Dynasty, 618-907. Attractive Vase, dark brown glaze, lower part unglazed, appealing shape.
Height: 18,5 cm, diameter corpus: 12 cm.Very good condition, no cracks or fissures.
The object comes with a Certificate of Authenticity by Dr. Wolfgang Merkel, Germany.
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Antique Chinese Armrest made of Zitan Wood
Decorative, hand-carved armrest made of Zitan-wood. It can also be used as paper weight.
Good carving with scholar in landscape.
74 x 208 x 12 mm, good condition.
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Matthias Zdarsky, Ski Pioneer. Scarce. CoA
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Matthias Zdarsky, card with autograph. Selfmade with magazine-snippet on cardboard, signed by Matthias Zdarsky.
3,5 x 5,5 inches. (9 x 14 cm). Fine condition.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Mathias Zdarsky (1856 -1940) was an early ski pioneer and is considered one of the founders of modern Alpine skiing technique. He was probably Austria’s first ski instructor. He was also a teacher, painter and sculptor.
Inspired by Norway’s Fridtjof Nansen’s 1888 crossing of Greenland, he adapted skis for use on alpine terrain. In 1890 he developed a steel binding (the “Lilienfelder Stahlsohlenbindung”), which made steep mountain slopes and gate runs possible.
In January 1905, Zdarsky demonstrated the first steep downhill descent. To show the superiority of his ski technology, he skied the “Breite Ries” at Schneeberg, Austria. On 19 March 1905 he organized the first alpine ski race (on the Muckenkogel via Lilienfeld, Austria).
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Most attractive overlaid Snuff bottle with Dragon Fish
Most attractive overlaid snuff bottle with Dragon-fish chasing small fish.
Subtle colors of black on green against white background. At the reverse is a flower motif and seals by the artist: Fu shan weng.
42 x 32 x 58 mm (without stopper). Metal stopper, very good condition.
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