Burmese wooden Buddha sitting in Mara Vijaya (calling the earth to witness) posture on a base, with gilded gold.
Age: Burma, Early Mandalay Period, Early 19th Century
Measurement: Height 53.5 C.M. / Width 21 C.M.
Condition: Nice condition overall (some expected degradation due to its age). Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
Shipment: Worldwide shipping from Bangkok, Thailand at actual cost. Please e-mail us for the shipping fee.
This rare Egyptian faience offering cup with the cartouche of Merenptah dates to the New Kingdom Period, circa 1213-1203 B.C., and is approximately 2.25 inches high, by 1.7 inches in diameter at the rim. This example is in flawless mint quality condition, and has an attractive light blue/green faience glaze, both on the inside and outside surfaces. There are also some spotty light brown mineral deposits, and the faience glaze is rather even over the entire piece. In addition, there is a black... Click for details
Rare Chinese painted pottery fat lady with nice facial expression, wearing long robe, with red, black and white pigments remaining. The pleats of her robe are gracefully represented. Thermoluminescence test from Oxford is included.
Her serene and relaxing expression illustrates the disposition of Tang aristocratic ladies. She is also the symbol of good health and wealth during the Tang Empire.
Age: China, Tang Dynasty, A.D. 618 - 907
Measurement: Height 39.2 C.M. / Width... Click for details
This scarce piece is a scarce Chimu/Inka seated priest and dates circa 1000-1400 A.D., and is approximately 8.2 inches high. This piece is intact, and has some minute spotty black mineral and white calcite deposits. This seated priest ceramic has an orange/red slip that covers the entire vessel, and he is seen wearing a raised conical hat, along with a cape that is tied under the chin. The figure seen here with almond shaped eyes, and the typical conical hat, is also often associated with... Click for details
This expressive piece is a Jama-Coaque bust of a shaman that dates circa 500 B.C.-500 A.D., and is approximately 4.5 inches high. The Jama-Coaque culture lived in the tropical forest coastal region of northern Ecuador near the Esmeraldas River, and they produced high quality ceramics with detailed features. One such piece is the detailed bust offered here, and it is a bust of a shaman with incised fine-line facial tattoos. This piece is a fragment of a complete individual, and this type is... Click for details
This mint quality and scarce Roman glass jug dates to the 1st-2nd century A.D., and is approximately 4.5 inches high, by 4.1 inches in diameter. This attractive glass vessel has a thick single strap handle applied below the lip, and has seven concentric circles that run around the main body of the vessel. These concentric circles were added as a measuring indicator, and was an an aid in determining the amount of liquid that was remaining in the vessel. These lines were ground into the surface... Click for details
This complete and interesting piece is a votive gold Muisca "Tunjo" warrior/priest figurine that dates circa 10th-16th century A.D., and is approximately 2.1 inches high, by 9 inches wide at the shoulders, by .45 inches deep at the extended feet. This piece is a solid example and weighs approximately 8.5 grams. This piece is also complete, has no restoration/repair, and was cast as one solid example. This piece was not worked and polished after casting, and is as it was when it came out of... Click for details
This extremely rare piece is a Greek bronze frog fibula that dates to the Hellenistic Period, circa 3rd-1st century B.C., and is approximately 1.75 inches high. This piece is complete, save for the thin missing pin at the back, and has no repair and/or restoration. This piece has a beautiful and thick dark green patina, with some minute dark red highlights. This appealing piece has two bulging eyes, a wrinkled neck, indented spots, and folded legs. This piece also likely had a silver gilt,... Click for details