• Han Dynasty Gold Mythical Beast period (206 BC - 220 AD)  It was found in 1976 at a site in Shenmu County. It is probably a product of the Xiongnu culture that occupied the Shenmu area.  Shaanxi History Museum
  • Bronze jar, Zhou Dynasty. #chinese
  • Coffin Handle, Western Han dynasty (206 B.C.–A.D. 9). Bronze with gilding and silvering, H. 4 13/16 in. (12.2 cm); W. 2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm). Excavated from Han tomb no.1 at Mancheng, Hebei, 1968. Photo: Courtesy Hebei Provincial Museum, Shijiazhuang
  • A Magnificent and Very Large Imperial Cloisonne Enamel ‘Phoenix’ Tripod Censer and Cover, Qianlong period (1736-1795)
  • Flower Basket with Stand - Medium: Cloisonné enamel on copper alloy. Place Made: China. Dates: late 19th century. Dynasty: Late Qing Dynasty.
  • A PAIR OF CLOISONNE ENAMEL, GILT-BRONZE AND WHITE HARDSTONE PAGODAS MOUNTED AS LAMPS QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY
  • Kirin -zbrushrender,W.I.P&test render by Zhelong XU on ArtStation.
  • 2 Bladed Harberd (c. 2nd Half of 13th Century CE Javanese Weapon, Singasari Kingdom) (1996 CE Bequest of Samuel Eilenberg, Met Museum)
  • Bell. Date: 1879 Geography: Shwebo, Sagaing District, Myanmar (formerly Burma) Medium: Bronze
  • Halberd Head with Nagas and Blades on a Tortoise
  • Nautiles Montés - XVIème Siécle
  • JAPAN__Spectacular silver-lined shakudo koro with gold-wired cloisonné handles, its finial a seated silver tiger with shakudo stripes. Upon the koro’s body, two gold, raging dragons modeled in extra high relief, slither in and out of stormy waters. This dramatic koro sits upon a boxwood stand powerfully carved as a seated oni, his eyes, teeth and horns of mother-of-pearl. Gold signature plaque on base of koro: Harumin. Mother-of-pearl signature plaque on base of oni: Seizui. Meji Period.
  • A large image one of a pair byHunt & Roskell - London 1843 This pair of frosted glass and silver gilt claret jugs rank amongst the finest made during the reign of Queen Victoria. The prestigious firm of Hunt and Roskell evolved out of the most famous retail name in the history of English silver, Rundell, Bridge and Rundell. John Samuel Hunt was the nephew of Paul Storr
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