Catalog (710)





June Hastings
$850.00
This lovely late 19th C Ko Kutani bijin is holding two opened fans with a flower on her head. Exquisite features and detailing, this already highly collectible Ko Kutani figure is even more special because the flower also serves as a candle holder. In very good condition, she measures 11" or 27.9 cm high.
June Hastings
$155.00
This Qing Dynasty cloisonne box dates late 19th to pre-1910. Exhibiting a beautiful patina, the box is composed of brass with copper on the exterior. In excellent condition and a real visual pleasure, the box measures 3"x 3”.
June Hastings
$345.00
A fabulous dark royal blue Nagoya obi with painting of men crossing a bridge. Screen printed with some hand painting, the figures are drawn in a modern art deco style. Early Showa. The obi measures 38” to the fold and 12” wide. The main scene measures 10” high x 12” wide. The smaller scene on the folded area measures 13” x 6” and is repeated on the back side. There are some minor age spots on one of these scenes, other wise obi is in very good condition. The whole obi measures 15...
June Hastings
$245.00
A unique blend of communist history, rendered in a subtle propagandist doctrine (teaching). The two Chinese characters translate 'the way' and a broad road made up of many arrows point in one direction ultimately swinging upward; in the make up of this rather odd configuration is the obvious color 'Red' which completes the translation stemming from the two Chinese characters which roughly translates...,

The 'Red' way points in the right direction, pathway to promotion.

T...
June Hastings
$550.00
This beautifully formed jar from the Lopuri culture of central Thailand is well over two thousand years old and guaranteed authentic. It is covered with a dense network of calcified roots. There are chips on the jar that can be clearly seen in the photos. Close-up photos can be emailed upon request. This rare piece measures 7.25" high x 7" diameter (18.4 cm x 17.8 cm). It is a beautiful color and appeals to both the collector and the decorator.
June Hastings
$985.00
A rare tazza or flatware stem dish is from the ancient Ban Chiang culture of Thailand. It is well over two thousand years old and guaranteed authentic. The tarra is covered in a dense network of calcified roots, and is without any repairs. Almost all artifacts from this region have been restored to some degree, but due to the petrified and calcified roots, it leaves little doubt that this one is original and intact. There is a chip on the underside that measures 2” (5.1 cm) that has been clea...
June Hastings
Sale Pending
Dating around the 1920s is this 8-sided pierced metal opium lamp. Each of the eight panels has glass inserts to protect the flame. A pair of doors opens in the front to light the flame and in some cases to heat the opium tar housed in a damper bowl at the end of an opium pipe. This lamp is in original condition with a removable brass burner. All the cut-outs are intact. I have not identified the metal, but there is a faint coating of rust on the lamp. This lamp was designed to be hung by ...
June Hastings
$395.00
Qing Dynasty opium den lamp made with burner bowl. This style lamp was used to illuminate Chinese opium dens and was often their only source of lighting. These lamps were also used to heat the opium tar housed at the end of a long opium pipes. The burner bowl is stoneware with the inside glazed to hold the oil and wick (wick is new). The base for the burner is made of split bamboo. Opium lamps made of wood are extremely hard to find. In very good original condition, it measures 12” high ...
June Hastings
$480.00
Three S.E.A. celadon jarlets, the large one possibly Chinese; unique and variously colored for contrast and presentation. The condition is excellent without any damages, these jarlets date from the 14th to 16th century.
June Hastings
$475.00
Two unique blue and jarlets being offered as group. 1. a small Binh Taun shipwreck jarlet. 2. a Jiajing jarlet 1796-1820. The condition is excellent with the exception of the shipwreck jarlet that shows wear from burial at sea, otherwise the group is perfect without any further flaws, no chips, hairlines, or other damage.
June Hastings
$425.00
A spectacular Sawankalok brown glaze jarlet dating to the 14th century. It is extremely rare to find these type jarlets in the condition here shown, no chips, hairlines, or other damage. 7.62 cm. or 3 inches high.
June Hastings
$540.00
A good selection of celadon jarlets being offered, the large jarlet is a very nice Yuan dynasty dragon jarlet from the longguan kilns, it is in perfect condition save some minor scrathes C. 14th century. The other jarlets are from the 14th-16th century Sukhothai kiln in Thailand, one is in perfect condition save some minor kiln adhesion and the other has a small chip at the foot. These are being offered as a group.
June Hastings
$185.00
A lovely Japanese fruitwood tray produced in the late Taisho period. The scene was hand carved with a thin gold gilt applied in the carved areas. The tray was made from one piece of wood and has a beautiful warm patina. In excellent condition, it measures 10" diameter and the rim is 1.5" high.
June Hastings
$200.00
A very rare and wonderful first edition of the book 'Japanese and Oriental Pottery' by Hazel H. Gorham, who is the wife of William R. Gorham, who is the forgotten father of Japanese industry, known for his engineering contributions to the Canon camera company and Nissan motors; Mr. and Mrs. Gorham emigrated to Japan in 1918, whereas both of them immersed themselves in the culture, literature, history and arts of Japan.

This book was produced in English in Japan, the dust cover is uni...
June Hastings
$225.00
A beautifully gold accented imari small dish from old Japan, detailed and profusely decorated with tendrils and flora with a well painted mythical Kylin; the contrast is simply stunning and well defined, condition is excellent and the enamels well preserved, minor glaze imperfection on the backside, but hardly worth mentioning save for accuracy sake, we date this beauty to the Meiji period pre-1900. Measurements: 10.16 cm diameter (4 inches)
June Hastings
$2,250.00
A beautifully preserved Han dynasty amber glazed lidded hu jar (221B.C.-206A.D) with the original kiln supports fully intact, located on the foot. The jar is free from any hairlines or repairs. The glaze is nearly and entirely intact, just slightly grazed in spots. It is extremely rare to find an amber glaze jar from the Han dynasty. It is even rarer to find one with its intact lid that is free from repairs. This is a very worthy and rare example that will enhance and add value to any seriou...
June Hastings
$780.00
A very rare Jianyang temmoku wine jar of Song dynasty (11th to 12th century) that has the characteristic black body clay, traces of burial earth are left intact around the handle and mouth areas of the vase for authentication purposes. The typical thick black glaze with the aforementioned black body clay, clearly designates the origin about 230 km from Jingdezhen in the region of Jiangxi province. Condition is very good without any hairlines, chips, or repairs. The glaze is slightly worn in t...
June Hastings
$1,500.00
Two very rare foo dogs that served as joss stick holders, done in the famille jaune palette. These date to the pre-1891. They are in very good antique condition, save some minimal lost of enamel glaze and a short hairline on the backside of the holder of one of the foo dogs which is clearly pictured, this can be easily restored. The hair curls are individually hand made and painted and applied by hand, the paws are textured and slightly protruded; each eye is hand rolled and no two are exactly...
 
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