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EASTERN KNIVES. Five Eastern knives including a Cambodian Machete style knife with a 10" blade, overall length of 22". A Kadeng with short 4" blade on a 13,1/2" hilt. A Laos region Machete with 11" curved blade. Late Machetes from Laos or China in bamboo scabbards, 11.3/4" and 9.3/4" blades respectively. (5)
A Cambodian carved frame throne seat, the back panel decorated a deity, 87cm wide/see illustration Condition Report: Gilding on arms badly worn and also rubbed at all finials carving intact but again gilding rubbed particularly at seat frieze.Restoration- there are nails and other later joint additions.No signs of woodworm.Provenance - from a client who lived in Far East in 50's and 60's, age circa 1920. Wood - a type of hardwood.Age - circa 1920.
TEN CHINESE SCROLL PAINTINGS, 19TH / 20TH CENTURY comprising: two on silk of birds, pomegranates and chrysanthemum, a paper calligraphy scroll, a paper scroll of Guanyin, a paper scroll of the 'Mother of Taishan', and three longer and two small Yao ceremonial paintings, tallest 245cm; together with a Cambodian Buddhist painting on cloth (11) Provenance: Henry Brownrigg, London (1943-2016)
CINQUE VASETTI LAI NAM THONG CON COPERCHIO A FORMA DI STUPA - FIVE LAI NAM THONG VASES WITH STUPA-SHAPED LIDS Cina, Jingdezhen (Jiangxi) e Guangzhou (Guangdong), tardo XIXinizio XX secolo Porcellana dipinta a smalti policromi sopra coperta. Punta del coperchio in metallo dorato, una in oro. Pittura di due vasetti leggermente consunta, qualche minuscola crepa. L’orlo di un coperchio è stato rinforzato con un cerchio metallico. Lo stupa in oro è stato anche dipinto. Altezza tra 7,5 e 8,8 cm Lai NamThong (thailandese "pittura a oro") è una variante del bencharong e si diffonde a partire dalla fine del XVIII fino alle soglie del XX secolo. L'oro viene integrato nella tavolozza cromatica, usato sia come colore di fondo sia per dipingere i motivi decorativi, che coprono sempre l'intera superficie. Le punte dei coperchi a forma di stupa potrebbero indicare la destinazione dei vasetti ad una clientela cambogiana. - China, Jingdezhen (Jiangxi) and Guangzhou (Guangdong), late 18thearly 19th Century Porcelain painted over the glazed with multicoloured enamels. Tip of the cover in gilded metal, one in gold. Paint on both vases slightly worn, with a few tiny cracks. The rim of a cover has been reinforced with a metal ring. The stupa in gold was also painted. Height between 2.95 and 3.46 in. Lai Nam Thong (Thai for "gold paint") is a variant of bencharong and became popular towards the end of the 18th century until the early 20th century. The gold-colour is integrated in the chromatic palette, used both as a background colour and to paint the decorative patterns, that always cover the entire surface. The tips of the stupa-shaped lids could indicate the destinations of the vases to Cambodian clients. € 600
A pair of 20th Century Cambodian silver novelty boxes and covers, each in the form of a frog, marked 'T90' to bases, length approx 4.5cm, together with a Chinese silver diminutive vase, decorated with panels of blossom, bamboo and pagodas, a hexagonal box with hinged lid, decorated in relief with a dragon, and a two bottle condiment stand, fitted with two Bristol blue glass bottles and stoppers.