Southeast Asian (27)





June Hastings
$595.00
Two very playful Southeast Asian panthers skillfully carved from red palm wood. They can be displayed on any one of 3 sides and look as thought they were designed to be viewed in whatever position you place them. The wood is heavy and dense feeling very much like a hardwood and weighs about 3 lbs. In excellent vintage condition, they measure 9.5 inches long by 5 inches high. Dates 20th century.
June Hastings
$110.00
South Indian betel nut cutter with horse motif handle. Doesn't appear to have ever been used. Measures 7.5 inches long and dates pre 1950.
June Hastings
$385.00
Early 19th C bronze Southeast Asian betel nut cutter in the anthropomorphic form of Garuda, a bird-like creature in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain mythology. Garuda is believed to be a powerful ever watchful protector with the ability to swiftly go anywhere. The blade is slightly bent from years of use, otherwise in very good condition, this cutter measures 6" long, 5" high, and 1.75 inches across the wings.
June Hastings
$115.00
Antique Southeast Asian iron betel nut cutter with decorative engraving. In working condition, it exhibits much rust and it is up to you to chose to oil it. Measures 6.5" long. 19th C Indonesian.
June Hastings
$395.00
Small cast bronze oil lamp in the form of an elephant drinking water from a trough. Measuring 3.5" high x 4" long, the lamp will fit in the palm of your hand and is attached to a heavy hand wrought chain that ends with a hook in the shape of a cobra. Chain and hook measures 9.5 inches long. There is a reservoir for oil inside the elephant. To use they would turn the elephant upside down to pour in the oil and then latch it shut with the sturdy removable pin...
June Hastings
$1,450.00
Early 20th century Southeast Asian dancing Nat or nature spirit statue. Hand carved and polychromed wood, this item most likely came from a Buddhist temple. Measure about 27 inches high. More information and photos coming.....
June Hastings
$395.00
Very large, measuring 7" long, old Cambodian betel nut container nicely crafted in the form of a turtle. Made from a low-grade silver, it is in very good antique condition, no cracks, no repairs, etc. Measures 7 inches long and 3.5" high. Marked PH
June Hastings
$675.00
A beautiful late 19th century bronze kankavati featuring a wonderful warm patina. The box is divided into 6 yoni shaped compartments for sindoor or kukum powder. The peacock finial lifts out and then one or more of the compartments can be opened. In excellent condition, it measures 4 inches in diameter when closed.
June Hastings
$95.00
Old Kalaga from Myanmar (now Burma) featuring an unusual but colorful bird. The kalaga is embroidered with a combination of metallic and plain threads, sequins, beads and glass stones. Applied around the bird in a circle are glass-like stones that give the appearance of moonstones. In very good antique/vintage condition, it measures about 14.25 inches square. Circa 1950's or earlier.
June Hastings
$300.00
An interesting Southeast Asian painted wooden box with a domed lid and four feet. The color is a dark eggplant black (black with a slight purple hue) with split rattan bands painted yellow. The interior of the lid is painted yellow, teal green, and off white painted. The same color palate and pattern is repeated on inside bottom and outside bottom. This sturdy box is in excellent condition, measuring 13" long, 7" high...
June Hastings
$310.00
Large 19th century rice or vegetable basket made by the mountain people from northern Luzon, the largest island in the Philippine archipelago. This coil basket is perfectly symmetrical has nice warm patina. The coil weaving technique, materials (finely split rattan and nito vine), and design are consistent with baskets made by the Kalinga tribe. This rare and very collectible basket is in excellent antique condition...
June Hastings
$225.00
Antique Kalinga basket for carrying and storing rice or vegatables made by the mountain people from northern Luzon, the largest island in the Philippine archipelago. This coil basket is perfectly symmetrical and has nice warm patina. The coil weaving technique, materials (finely split rattan and nito vine), and design are consistent with baskets made by the Kalinga tribe. This rare and very beautiful collectible basket is in excellent condition and measures 12” high and about 10" diameter.
June Hastings
SOLD
Miniature Cambodian 900 silver betel nut box in the shape of a ram. Handcrafted and in excellent condition, this very collectible box measures 2" long x 1 7/8" high. Marked on bottom.
June Hastings
SOLD
Miniature silver Southeast Asian betel nut box in the shape of a deer. Handcrafted and in excellent condition, this very collectible box measures 2" long x 1 5/8" high. Marked on bottom.
June Hastings
SOLD
Very ornate silver turtle betel box handmade by the Khmer people of Cambodia. In excellent condition, it measures 2 1/2" long and 1 3/4" high.
June Hastings
$245.00
Rare Javanese hand fan, made circa 1890 - 1905. The fan portion is a made of water buffalo hide that has been very ornately pierced, painted, and gold gilt. The delicate looking frame is made from water buffalo horn, which has been finely carved and curved. There are no condition issues save for a loose thread or two that can be clipped or reattached. Measures 10.25" by 9" across.
June Hastings
$1,200.00
Hand carved wood angel with glass eyes from a rural Catholic church in the Philippines. Comes with a wood gold colored horn which is put in the angel's mouth and rests on its hand. Measures 34" high; Wings total 16" across. Circa 1940-50s. Condition very good, some age cracks.
June Hastings
$80.00
A 1940s Kashmir wood turned box featuring a wonderful warm gold and green lacquered mottled design over black. It measures 5.75 inches across and 4.5 high including finial.
 
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