Catalog (710)





June Hastings
$489.00
A very well painted Chinese hat stand. This would be considered transitional late Qing 1906-1911 to pre 1920, my guess is that it is just after the Qing period. The colors and enamel painting feature the God of Longevity with boys at play. Beautifully painted tree with flowers at bloom. The condition is perfect with exception of minor gold rubbing, other than that it is perfect and ready to display. Measures 11" high x 4.75" across
June Hastings
$345.00
Cinnabar is getting very hard to find, this lovely specimen even has a reticulated translucent very pale celadon carved stone, done in a floral pattern. In excellent condition despite a few dings, the cinnabar is completely intact. It measures 6" X 3.5" x 1.75 inches high. Dated to about Circa 1920, this vintage Chinese treasure is sure to increase in value over time. Note: Any white spec in the photos are reflections from the camera.
June Hastings
$285.00
A beautiful floral cloisonne trinket box with bright red and yellow flowers against a background of turquoise blue, lovely pattern and perfect for jewelry items. Measures 3.5" long x 3" deep x 2" high. Circa 1900, this box has no condition issues. Excellent!
June Hastings
$225.00
A charming late 19th C. Chinese tea cup and saucer, displaying the traditional dragon and other design elements. The hollowed transparent holes are covered with glaze to form the ever popular rice pattern. Various symbols such as the sunburst represent the Emperor and bats for good fortune, on the underside of the teacup are various Doaist symbols. Tea cup measures 2.75" diameter x 2" high, saucer measures 4" diameter x 1" high". In excellent condition without hairlines or chips.
June Hastings
$400.00
Just simply stunning, this beautiful Chinese Asian celadon vase dates to the 14th century, it is in perfect shape save a small piece of broken shard that attached itself when some other vessel exploded in the kiln. Other than that, no cracks, hairlines, or other damage is found. Notice the comb lines and well potted sleek. Measures 4 inches high and about 2.5" at widest.
June Hastings
$345.00
A wonderful Chinese wood elephant head architectural element. All sides are lacquered except for the back and top which are unfinished. This could be hung on the wall and used as a wall shelf to hold a small treasure. It is made of a heavy wood weighing 2 lbs and measuring 6" high, 4" widest, and 6" front to back. Date: mid 1800s.
June Hastings
$1,950.00
A superb Chinese porcelain vase richly painted in a color hue that is seldom seen, with mauve blue and purple, moss green and saffron yellow with rich iron red accents. This large vase displays a whimsical scene of boys at play. Notice as one boy over reacts as a spider dangles from his hand held fan, a cat awaits for his chance to pounce his new found play toy, another little boy hides behind his mother in fear of the commotion. This very beautiful and perfect vase stands at 22.5 inches tall ...
June Hastings
$385.00
A most unusual square porcelain bowl with scalloped corners. Iy is brightly enameled with a plethora of flowers. Each corner features a bat that symbolizes fortune and good luck. This lovely Chinese bowl is in exceptional shape with minimal wear, no hairlines, chips, and free from restoration. Dated to the late 19th century, it measures 4.5 inches across by 2.25" high.
June Hastings
SOLD
A very well painted Chinese polychrome enameled stem bowl of the mid 19th century, featuring a hand painted nienhao (reign mark) of the emperor Tongzhi (1861-1875). The bowl displays beautifully and is in excellent antique condition without chips or repairs. There is a very fine hairline that can be seen on the backside (see last photo). Painting is bright and vibrant. These mark and period porcelains are getting increasingly difficult to find. Size is 5.25 inches diameter and 2 inches high.
June Hastings
$680.00
A breathtaking and exquisitely decorated foliated Japanese treasure bowl. Marked Dai Nippon (Great Japan), the new owner of this visual treat will be delighted to possess one of the rarest and most unusual bowls ever to pass into our hands, the central chrysanthemum in the bottom well of the bowl is convoluted and raised with each petal outlined in subtle gold; the bowl is alive with the scenery of birds and flowers, both inside and outside the bowl. Such profusion of color is hard to come by ...
June Hastings
SOLD
Circa 1750. A very beautiful and petite vegetable tureen. This is just gorgeous, with bright colors and well painted florals, all of which is beautifully intact. The only damage is the one handle has been re-stuck. The other details to mention is very minor frits along the outer edge of the lid, which is a common production fault with Chinese porcelain in the first couple decades of the 18th century, other than that this tureen is in excellent shape. 9 inches from handle to handle, 5 1/2 inch...
June Hastings
$1,600.00
A very beautiful Tang Dynasty jar with a pale greenish and slightly bluish glaze effects. This very ancient Tang artifact (681-906 A.D.). is in excellent condition with no hairlines or noticeable damage. Lid and stand included, both which are antiques in their own right. Authenticity is guaranteed. It measures 31.75 cm high or 12.5" high.
June Hastings
$650.00
One of the most breathtaking and truly hand-painted Japanese masterpieces that ever crossed our hands. The dragons are painted free style and in a slightly raised gold paint, just gorgeous! A flared and wavy rim, with a beautifully accented ribbed foot. This rarity is classic from the high early Taisho period (1912-1926) but pre-1920. It measures 9" x 3" ( 22.9 cm x 7.6 cm)
June Hastings
$455.00
A cheerful family outing adorns this rich and colorful display of a day out in the country side. Dated to the late 19th and just prior to 1891. The ginger jar is in excellent condition without chips, hairlines, with very little rubbing of the details, hardly noticeable at all. It comes with a well formed lid that is beautifully designed. 7 inches high without lid (8.5" with lid) x 7" diameter.
June Hastings
$1,600.00
Simple and refine elegance is what best describes this zisha yixing teapot of the 19th century, pure Chinese with little or no adornment, except a little calligraphy. Entirely crafted by hand with smooth walls inside and out, remarkably light weight for the size, yet it has perfect centered gravity. Handle and lid handle and spout are perfectly aligned. Signed Shaoshan (little Mountain) this is the artistic name for Shi Dabin, a late Ming dynasty yixing master. This was used as a mark of excell...
June Hastings
SOLD
A true art lovers paradise is this rare and beautifully rendered Qianjiang painting of A bird among prunus blossoms' The realism of the painted bird exhibits feather-like brushstrokes that appear like real feathers. A blush tone on the underside and a hint of powdered blue on its backside really reflects superior skill. The stamens on the flowers have a 3D effect with all colors coming into perfect harmony. This ginger jar comes with both the antique stand and lid, creating a beautiful contras...
June Hastings
$225.00
A lovely Japanese cloisonne cosmetic box designed with flowers and gold tone flecks. It is in excellent condition and begs a new home. Measures 3.5" diameter by 2.25" high. Circa 1900
June Hastings
$200.00
A charming blue and white peach shaped Chinese water dropper in excellent condition without hairlines or restoration. It features the charming feature of the scholar in garden scene. Circa 1900-10, it measures 3 inches high.
 
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