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All sorts of art interests me. But when it comes to private collections, the best ones are the small, focused and exquisite ones. Never mind my looks. My weight loosAll sorts of art interests me. But when it comes to private collections, the best ones are the small, focused and exquisite ones. Never mind my looks. My weight loosing program went wrong. (Read more)

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Victorian faience 'Trophies' dish ... - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Egyptian ? head ... - Figurinesin Figurines
Wenchang Wang with missing scepter or tablet ...  - Asianin Asian
The decorative part of my asian collection ... - Asianin Asian
Small Buddha carved from soapstone ... - Asianin Asian
Thai ? Buddha. How old ? - Asianin Asian
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Pietra dura ... - Fine Artin Fine Art
Chinese porcelain box ... - Asianin Asian
Storage ottoman ... - Furniturein Furniture

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  1. Wonderful if it could be turned 90 degr. to the right ...
  2. Who does the dusting ? ...
  3. The style of the carpentry (probably mahogany) and the hardware (the hinges are a bit unusual) point to Victorian. Somewhere in the middle of the 19th century.
  4. Is this a collector's item ? ...
  5. "Shaken, not stirred", as James Bond said !
  6. Is this a collector's item ? ...
  7. Louis Seize form, but probably from the 1920's.
  8. Thanks dav2no1 for your comment. You may be right, but the nose looks more European to me. I've added another photo. I'm thinking about displaying the mask on some sort of stand, but without using any...
  9. So long as it's not an electric chair ...
  10. No space, no problem. Is that it ?
  11. I've consulted an independant, Chinese expert on oriental art. He has confirmed that the figure is as old as it looks to be. Now I'm considering how to make a copy of the lost hu scepter or tablet. I ...
  12. Thanks Prostata. So you're a forger ? Are a forger's words to be trusted ?
  13. Thanks for the comment. Can you explain ?
  14. Thanks Congcu. Yes, it's a possibility.
  15. Thanks again. The confusion comes from Igezara meaning 'thornplate' in Saga prefecture dialect. Although here no 'thorns' but scallop rim.
  16. The decoration is typical Igezara, but the thorned rim is here replaced by a scalloped rim. Can it still be called Igezara ? You tell me ?
  17. Thanks again for the knowledgable comments.
  18. Thanks again my oracle apostata. Your Chinese is without doubt better than mine. Please tell me the right Chinese name for an urn like this ?
  19. Thanks again for your analysis. So we're in Japan late 19th century. Everything of interest in my collection has an index card with all information I've been able to put together. These index cards ar...
  20. Many thanks for your analyze. I found one like it one the Internet, which was believed to be from the early 20th century. That confirms your point of view. I think too that the quality is good, that's...
  21. Ask them: rgporcellane@rgporcellane.com
  22. R.G. Porcellane made in Italy.
  23. Thanks ho2cultcha. Possibly. The 'top hat' isn't typical Thai. How old ?
  24. The mushrooms look poisonous !
  25. Thanks Searching1 for your kind comment.
  26. I wouldn't be surprised ...
  27. Chinese export to Islamic country ? ... I have one like it.
  28. Thank you ! Not open yet. Some time after Easter, I suppose.
  29. Famous paintings have been copied at all times. Even the artists copied their own paintings. The frame looks fittingly Louis Seize style. Look at the back side to see if the canvas is hand-woven. If ...
  30. Full steam ahead ! ...
  31. Erroll Flynn or Clark Gable on a bad day ? ...
  32. Gas in the pumps and coke in the machines ?
  33. To bee or not to bee ...
  34. "Mirror, mirror on the wall ... "
  35. Horror vacui ! Who does the dusting ?
  36. I thank you once again !
  37. Many thanks ! That was a quick identification !
  38. I thought his name was Julius Caesar (100 BC - 44 BC) ?
  39. Thanks for the comment. I googled TZ, but didn't find a maiolica design like this one. Yes, I still have the drawing.
  40. Horror vacui ...
  41. Who does the dusting ? ...
  42. Horror vacui ...
  43. Join you at the Neth. Antilles ?
  44. A real hands-on collection. Bought in second hand shops, I suppose ...
  45. This type of paintings are mass-produced, given a fictive artists signature and sold to tourists.
  46. Are dogs a collectors item ?
  47. The frame looks 1870-1880ish. Could have been made many places.
  48. Now better position, I hope. I can recommend the enlargement function.
  49. The Scottish National Gallery might also know something about the mark and the item.
  50. The painting looks interesting and Scottish. I suggest you take contact with their National Gallery. They have one, I'm sure.
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