Fine Art, Antiques & Collectables436 lots | 433 with images
Viewing Notes19th May 10am to 4pm. 20th May 12 noon to 4pm. 21st May 10am to 7pm. Morning of sale 8.30am to 10am.
Description: A pair of Chinese ivory rectangular table screens, finely carved and stained with scholars at leisurely pursuits and with calligraphy to reverse, each panel 8ins (203mm) x 4.25ins (108mm), 10.75ins (272mm) high overall (Qing Dynasty -19th Century - some losses and repair) Provenance: Frederick Evans Collection - copy of photograph showing Screens in Lounge of Flat in Tietsin, circa 1940View additional info »
Description: A Chinese ivory rectangular panel, carved with a scholar and an attendant amongst the "Three Friends of Winter", pine prunus and bamboo, 3ins (76mm) x 12.25ins (312mm) (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century - minor age cracks)View additional info »
Description: A good Chinese carved ivory rectangular battle scene panel, 4.75ins (121mm) x 12ins (305mm) (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century) and silver inlaid hardwood stand for same Provenance: S. Marchant & Son Ltd; 1966View additional info »
Description: A pair of Chinese ivory hexagonal vases and covers, each carved with panels containing a scholar and calligraphy, reserved against fruiting vines and squirrels, the covers set with lion-dog knops and inscribed with apocryphal Qianlong marks, 9.5ins (240mm) high, on wooden stands (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century - some minor repairs)View additional info »
Description: A Chinese ivory two-handled vase and cover, carved with Shoulao, immortals and attendants within a garden landscape scattered with pagodas, 10.5ins (265mm) high (Qing Dynasty - 19th Century)View additional info »