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A zitan wrist rest carved to imitate a qin instrument, Chinese, Qing dynasty early 19th century.
A huanghuali brush, Chinese, Qing dynasty, probably 18th century.
A huangyangmu (boxwood) ruyi sceptre, Chinese, Qing dynasty 18th/19th century.
A rootwood brushpot using the natural form of the wood with a solid base and flat lip and the body retaining the natural knots and burrs, Chinese, Qing dynasty dated 1745.
A circular ink cake with mountains and dragons, inscription Ming Fang Yulu zhi, Chinese, Qing dynasty, late 19th century.
A zitan natural wood brushpot, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 18th century.
A rectangular ink cake moulded with a scene of the Eight Immortals crossing the ocean accompanied by a giant fish and a dragon within a narrow raised flat border. Chinese, Qing dynasty, Qianlong period 1736-1795
Five bamboo root carvings each naturalistically carved to represent a different type of nut, Chinese, Qing dynasty, probably 18th century
A curved bamboo wristrest delicately engraved with Li Bai drinking under the moon, Chinese, first half of 19th century.
A rock crystal brush rest carved in the form of a six peak mountain range, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 19th century.
An inkstone of duan stone in the shape of a folded book, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 17th-18th century
A bamboo incense stick holder by Song Eyuan, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 19th century.
A skin carved bamboo brushpot, Chinese, Qing dynasty, probably Daoguang (1821-1850) or Xianfeng (1851-1861) period.
A bamboo figure of a seated gentleman holding a sprig of lingzhi fungus, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 17th /18th century.
A typically curved bamboo wrist rest deeply incised with four lines of a calligraphy poem, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 19th century
Qian Fengming (Meisheng; act. 1850s–70s). Flowers, Finger Citrons and Narcissus Bulbs. Qing dynasty, 1870s. Hanging scroll; ink and colour on paper. Inscription by Zhang Xiong (1803–1886). Chinese, 19th century
A rectangular altar table made of an unknown fruit wood, possibly hongdoshanmu (red bean spruce), Chinese, Qing dynasty, 18th century.
A huanghuali inset leg bridle joint table, Chinese, Late Ming/ early Qing dynasty, 17th century.
A huanghuali corner leg painting table, Chinese, late Ming – early Qing dynasty, 17th century.
A huanghuali small rectangular kang table, Chinese, late Ming dynasty, 17th century.
A pair of lacquered continuous yokeback armchairs, Chinese, Qing dynasty, first half of the 18th century.
A pair of hongmu square stools with 'double cash' motif, Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, early 18th century.
A large hongmu trunk or box, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 18th century.
A natural root stand of irregular twisted shape, Japanese, Edo period.
A bamboo “ladder” formed from a single piece of bamboo, Chinese, 19th century.
A bamboo folding frame, probably for a mosquito net, Chinese, Qing dynasty, probably 18th or 19th century.
A Ningxia carpet, wool pile on a cotton foundation, with a field design of diamonds and squares, Ningxia, Western China, Late Kangxi – Yongzheng period, circa 1700 - 1735